The Saint Peter’s Peacocks (1-2) hit the court against the UMass-Lowell River Hawks (3-1) on November 20, 2023.
On Wednesday, in its last game, Saint Peter’s fell to Fairleigh Dickinson 71-70. With 19 points, Michael Houge was its leading scorer. UMass-Lowell dropped its previous game to Arizona State, 71-69, on Thursday. Karim Coulibaly led the way with 19 points, plus eight boards and one assist.
When is Saint Peter’s vs. UMass-Lowell and when does it start?
This game between the Peacocks and River Hawks will happen on Monday, November 20, 2023. You can expect the opening tip at 7:00 PM ET.
Where to Watch Saint Peter’s vs. UMass-Lowell
The Peacocks and River Hawks will hit the floor at Yanitelli Center for this matchup on November 20, and if you want to see the matchup live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on ESPN+.
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Saint Peter’s Peacocks vs. UMass-Lowell River Hawks Game Preview
Saint Peter’s Stats, Odds & Insights (2022-23)
Saint Peter’s was the fifth-worst team in the nation in points scored (62.1 per game) and 42nd in points conceded (65.1) last year.
Last year, the Peacocks scored 62.1 points per game, only 3.9 fewer points than the 66.0 the River Hawks gave up.
Saint Peter’s was 324th in the nation in 3-pointers made (5.9 per game) and third-worst in 3-point percentage (29.3%) last year.
The Peacocks posted 67.1 points per game in home games last season. Away from home, they averaged 56.6 points per contest.
UMass-Lowell Stats, Odds & Insights (2022-23)
With 78.0 points per game on offense, UMass-Lowell was 36th in the nation last season. At the other end of the court, it ceded 66.0 points per contest, which ranked 61st in college basketball.
The River Hawks’ 78.0 points per game last year were 12.9 more points than the 65.1 the Peacocks allowed to opponents.
With a 38.1% three-point percentage last year, UMass-Lowell ranked 15th-best in college basketball. It ranked 236th in college basketball by draining 6.9 threes per contest.
In 2022-23, the River Hawks averaged 10.1 more points per game at home (83.1) than on the road (73.0).
Peacocks Key Players (2022-23)
River Hawks Key Players (2022-23