NCAA Basketball Betting Prediction: Stony Brook Seawolves vs Vermont Catamounts
Tonight we have a Am. East NCAA basketball betting prediction for you between the Stony Brook Seawolves (13-4, 4-0 Am. East) vs the Vermont Catamounts (11-6, 4-1 Am. East). Stony Brook has been on a roll as of late with five straight wins including two on the road, while Vermonth has back to back home wins under its belt in its two recent contests. The Seawolves are coming in as slight favorites at BetDSI Sportsbook on the road against the Catamounts.
Stony Brook has had success this season on the road thus far sporting a 7-3 record when playing on opponents courts. They currently rank 185th in the nation in scoring with 67.6 ppg, 42nd in rebounding with 38.9 rpg, and 214th in passing with 12.3 apg, and 180th in field goal percentage shooting .429 percent from the field.
Leading the Seawolves in scoring Freshman Forward Jameel Warney putting up 12.3 ppg, and grabbing 7.3 rebounds per contest. Second on the team in scoring is Junior Guard Anthony Jackson who is putting up 11.7 ppg, 2.2 rpg, and 1.9 assists per game. Stoney Brook recruited very well with getting and developing Warney, they also look forward to Freshman Guard Carson Puriefoy who is putting in 13 minutes a game averaging 3.9 ppg, 1.6 rpg, and an assist per game.
The Vermonth Catamounts have won two in a row and look to match their season best three consecutive wins tonight against the Seawolves. Vermonth currently ranks 290th in the nation in scoring with 62.0 ppg, 191 rebounds per game, 287th in passing with 11.2 apg, and 229th in shooting with a .420 field goal percentage.
They are led by two Junior Forwards both averaging 10 ppg in Luke Apfeld and Clancy Rugg, with Rugg being the better rebounder of the two averaging 4.9 to Apfeld’s 3.7 rebounds per game. Freshman Ethan O’Day has been their best recruit so far this season averaging 21.3 minutes putting up 5.7 ppg and 4.4 rebounds per contest.
The Stony Brook Seawolves are the better team of the two and have been road warriors this season, I look for them to win on the road covering the small spread tonight against the Vermont Catamounts. The Catamounts have only had three consecutive wins once this season and besides playing ranked Connecticut, Stony Brook will be one of the better teams they’ve played all year. Take the Seawolves to cover the small spread against the Catamounts.