Vermont's Drew Urquhart drives down the lane against Siena in their nonconference game on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017. (Brian Jenkins / Vermont Athletics) Vermont's Drew Urquhart drives down the lane against Siena in their nonconference game on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017. (Brian Jenkins / Vermont Athletics) Vermont's Cam Ward brings the ball up the court against Siena's Roman Penn during their nonconference game on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017.
BURLINGTON, Vt. – Drew Urquhart scored 13 points to lead six Vermont players in double figures in a 81-57 romp over the Siena men’s basketball team at Patrick Gymnasium tonight. The Catamounts (7-4) snapped a three-game losing streak and beat the Saints (2-8) for the eighth year in a row. It was Siena’s fifth loss by 20 or more points this season. Vermont took a 10-0 lead to start the game and Siena never caught up.
It's a sign of a fierce rivalry that the men's basketball programs at Siena and the University at Albany would have trouble agreeing upon something as basic as where to play each other. But it's also the dispute that could mean the end of the Albany Cup men's contest after 17 consecutive years. During that time, the game has grown into arguably the second-biggest event on the Capital Region sports calendar behind the Travers at Saratoga Race Course.
UAlbany is only a 1-point underdog at Memphis tonight. Pretty remarkable. Says something about how UAlbany (10-1) is playing, and about where the Tigers (6-2) are under Tubby Smith. Memphis has beaten mid-majors Samford, Mercer and Northern Kentucky by a combined 5 points.
Clareth: “I apologized to (official Nathan Farrell). I didn’t know that was going to be a technical foul. I was just telling him I was trying to pump my team up and get the energy going and stuff and it wouldn’t happen again.” https://t.co/30vGeLaXQM
Siena’s Nico Clareth said he got the technical foul last night because he said, “And one!” when he thought he got fouled after making a 3-pointer. Jimmy Patsos said officials had warned Clareth after he’d said the same thing earlier in the game.
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