UMass-Lowell vs. New Hampshire America East Tournament Prediction: Expert Picks, Odds, Stats & Best Bets – Tuesday, March 7, 2023

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UMass-Lowell vs. New Hampshire America East Tournament Prediction: Expert Picks, Odds, Stats & Best Bets – Tuesday, March 7, 2023

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The No. 2 seed UMass-Lowell River Hawks (25-7, 11-5 America East) square off against the No. 3 seed New Hampshire Wildcats (15-14, 9-7 America East) as 12.5-point favorites in the America East Tournament Tuesday at Roy L. Patrick Gymnasium, beginning at 6:00 PM on ESPN+. Both teams will look to take one step closer to earning an automatic place in the NCAA Tournament bracket. The matchup has an over/under set at 136.5 points.

UMass-Lowell vs. New Hampshire Odds

  • UMass-Lowell odds to win: -825
  • New Hampshire odds to win: +555
  • Spread: UMass-Lowell (-12.5)
  • Total: 136.5

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Game Time and Information

  • Date: Tuesday, March 7, 2023
  • Time: 6:00 PM ET
  • TV: ESPN+
  • Where: Burlington, Vermont
  • Venue: Roy L. Patrick Gymnasium

Who Will Win UMass-Lowell vs. New Hampshire?

UMass-Lowell and New Hampshire Betting Trends, Records Against the Spread

In games this season it was favored by 12.5 points or more, UMass-Lowell has a 6-2 record against the spread.

When it has played as at least a 12.5-point underdog this year, New Hampshire is 2-1 against the spread.

The two teams average a combined 8.7 more points per game (145.2) than this game’s over/under of 136.5 points.

UMass-Lowell and New Hampshire have seen their opponents average a combined 3.9 fewer points per game than the point total of 136.5 set in this matchup.

The average point total in UMass-Lowell’s games this year is 8.1 more points than the over/under of 136.5 in this matchup.

Wildcats games this year have averaged an over/under of 133.2 points, 3.3 fewer than the point total in this matchup.

So far this season, the River Hawks have put together a 20-10-0 record against the spread.

The Wildcats’ ATS record is 13-14-0 this season.

UMass-Lowell Stats & Insights

UMass-Lowell has a +412 scoring differential, topping opponents by 12.9 points per game. It is putting up 78.7 points per game to rank 32nd in college basketball and is allowing 65.8 per outing to rank 58th in college basketball.

UMass-Lowell pulls down 35.8 rebounds per game (16th in college basketball) while allowing 27.5 per contest to its opponents. It outrebounds opponents by 8.3 boards per game.

The River Hawks connect on 7 three-pointers per game (222nd in college basketball) at a 38.1% rate (18th in college basketball), compared to the 6.1 their opponents make while shooting 33.6% from beyond the arc.

UMass-Lowell’s 99.6 points per 100 possessions on offense rank 43rd in college basketball, and the 83.3 points it allows per 100 possessions rank 17th in college basketball.

The River Hawks score 83.6 points per game when playing at home, compared to 73.9 points per game when playing on the road, a difference of 9.7 points per contest.

New Hampshire Stats & Insights

New Hampshire puts up 66.5 points per game (312th in college basketball) while giving up 66.8 per outing (83rd in college basketball). It has a -8 scoring differential.

The 33.2 rebounds per game New Hampshire accumulates rank 97th in the nation. Their opponents pull down 33.3.

New Hampshire connects on 8.3 three-pointers per game (76th in college basketball) while shooting 34.2% from beyond the arc (182nd in college basketball). It is making 2.5 more threes than its opponents, who drain 5.8 per game at 30.4%.

New Hampshire’s 89.5 points per 100 possessions on offense rank 282nd in college basketball, and the 89.9 points it concedes per 100 possessions rank 132nd in college basketball.

At home the Wildcats are scoring 73.5 points per game, 14.5 more than they are averaging away (59).

UMass-Lowell Key Players to Watch

The scoring leader for the River Hawks this season is Everette Hammond, who averages 13.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 2.4 assists per game.

Abdoul Karim Coulibaly is UMass-Lowell’s leading rebounder, grabbing 7.8 per game, while Ayinde Hikim is its best passer, averaging 3.8 assists in each contest.

The River Hawks get the most three-point shooting production out of Hammond, who makes 1.8 threes per game.

Hikim and Max Brooks lead UMass-Lowell on the defensive end, with Hikim leading the team in steals averaging 1.2 per game and Brooks in blocks averaging 1.8 per contest.

New Hampshire Key Players to Watch

The Wildcats’ leader in scoring and rebounding is Clarence O. Daniels II with 15.4 points and 10.8 rebounds per game.

Kyree Brown’s assist statline leads New Hampshire; he records 3.8 assists per game.

Matt Herasme is the most prolific from deep for the Wildcats, hitting 1.6 threes per game.

Daniels is at the top of the New Hampshire steals and blocks leaderboards with 1.3 steals per game and 0.6 blocks per game.

UMass-Lowell vs. New Hampshire Prediction

  • Pick ATS:

    New Hampshire (+12.5)

  • Pick OU:

    Over (136.5)

  • Prediction:
    UMass-Lowell 75, New Hampshire 63
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