The lone game on Tuesday's America East men's basketball slate will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network when Vermont travels to Harvard to face the Crimson at 7 p.m.
Vermont (3-1), which will try to improve to 4-1 for the second time in three years Tuesday, is holding opponents to a conference-best 56.8 points per game. Among the 21 Division I schools in New England, only UConn has more wins since the start of the 2001-02 season than Vermont’s 217.
On Monday, Albany shot 52 percent from the floor and held off a late charge from Wagner to improve to 5-2 with a 66-63 win over the Seahawks, who were picked second in the NEC preseason poll. The Great Danes have matched their best-ever seven game start at the Division I level. They also began 5-2 during the 2008-09 season.
Also Monday, UMBC trailed Marquette by only four at the half Monday, but was outscored 51-22 after the break and fell to 1-3 after a 79-46 loss. Preseason all-league choice Chase Plummer led the Retrievers with 12 points.
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