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Posted on 24 December 2015 by Nestor Aparicio
Yes, the most beautiful girl in the world is back at The Hotel – just in time for Christmas.
Sometimes you make a holiday wish and it really does comes true!
When she received a life-saving lymphocyte infusion on Nov. 19th, it was designed to do this – put her back into the hospital sometime between Day 30 and Day 60 post transfusion to experience GVHD (graft vs. host disease).
Now, we await the “natural chemotherapy” to take over and identify and attack her leukemia. The past month has been very difficult at home. She has rarely left bed over the past three weeks as this complex beast has taken over her body. As her blood counts rose and improved, her energy fell. As her bone marrow got stronger, so did the disease in attacking her.
It’s a helluva thing to witness – all of this. Jenn is very thin, very frail, and very uncomfortable. A friend asked me yesterday how she’s doing and all I’ve got for you is this: she truly hasn’t had a “good day” since August.
She spent 47 days at the hospital the first time. Then, four more after the cheesecake incident. Then, two more after the post-Thanksgiving pumpkin roll. We also did an all-nighter in the ER at Johns Hopkins (a.k.a. “hell”) on a Ravens game day morning.
Tonight, on Christmas Eve while her family gathers in New Hampshire for their traditional Polish kielbasa meal, Jenn will be spending her 112th night at Johns Hopkins in the cancer ward since March 2014.
As my mom has said: “She’s been through it…”
But it’s not over and we really don’t know where the end of this journey is leading or where the graft vs. host reaction will lead us in the coming weeks. I outlined the potential side effects here on Thanksgiving in my previous update about Jenn.
The doctors are using steroids to combat and control the GVHD. They’re also doing various things to keep her more comfortable and monitor her diabetes at the hospital. We expected a sunburn-ish rash but that hasn’t happened. Instead, it’s been high liver numbers and various cramping and all-over discomfort.
While she battles and heals, we’d love to remind you of some ways that you can help us help others in the fight.
There are two things you can do to help us during your holiday meals and visits.
Please encourage all of the healthy young people at your holiday meal to get on the bone marrow registry at deletebloodcancer.org or via www.ThereGoesMyHero.org. Tell them our story! This is how Jenn’s life was saved. We’re paying it forward by trying to get you to help us save more lives in the future.
Be a hero!
And if you’re still shopping after Christmas, please use our giveaspit.com app for your online purchases. This helps our partner at There Goes My Hero, who help local folks in the leukemia fight.
Please keep them in your thoughts as well. We lost a family friend’s daughter on Tuesday to leukemia. She was diagnosed 12 days ago and now she’s gone. It was so sudden, so incredibly sad and awful – simply beyond words.
She was 16. She was full of life. She loved sports. She was the niece of one of my incredible Dundalk High Class of 1985 classmates – a guy named Frank Vanik, who battled multiple sclerosis for three decades with such grace, dignity and “life” that it takes my breathe away.
I wanted to share this video of Michael Vick being kind to my pal Frank Vanik because it made him very happy toward the end of his journey on earth.
And we want to honor Frank’s memory – he was such an incredible pillar of strength and courage for Jenn and I and we think of him often – and his amazing, strong, beautiful family on this holiday as they’re suffering a tragedy at the hands of leukemia.
Keep them in your thoughts.
We’re sending massive holiday love to all who love us and strength to everyone who is in the fight…
Keep the faith!
Make someone happy! Eat! Drink! Love! Live!
Merry Christmas from us over at The Hotel
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Posted on 04 February 2014 by WNST Staff
Men’s Basketball Opens Three-Game Homestand Versus UNH on Wednesday
UNH at UMBC, 2-5-14
The UMBC Retrievers (7-15, 3-6 America East) open their second three-game America East home-stand when they welcome New Hampshire (5-16, 3-5) to the RAC Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Tip-off time is set for 7:00 p.m. Gary Stein and Paul Mittermeier have the call, streaming is available on the America East digital network at www.americaeast.tv.
RETRIEVER UPDATE: UMBC’s furious rally from a 24-point deficit came up just short on Saturday, as the Retrievers dropped an 83-80 decision at Maine. The setback snapped a modest two-game winning streak for the Retrievers. Three of UMBC’s six AE losses have occured by a total nine points. FR G Rodney Elliott (14.3 ppg) earned his fourth America East Rookie of the Week honor, after averaging 17.0 ppg and 9.0 rpg last week. SR F Chase Plummer, who scored 23 points versus Maine, is now ninth on UMBC’s all-time lists in both scoring (1,266 pts.) and rebounding (643).
WILDCAT UPDATE: New Hampshire suffered a 68-60 home loss to conference opponent Maine on Wednesday, Jan. 29th, ending their two-game winning streak. They are led by red-shirt SR C Chris Pelcher, who was named America East Co-Player of the Week January 27th. Pelcher, who missed 11 games earlier this season due to injury, has averaged a double-double in New Hampshire’s previous three contests with 12.3 points and 10.0 caroms per game. Freshman forward Frank Okeke is coming off a clinical shooting performance, nailing 4-of-5 treys in New Hampshire’s last game.
Who’s Up Next: The Retrievers continue the homestand when they welcome UMass Lowell to the RAC Arena on Saturday afternoon (2:00 p.m.).
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Posted on 14 January 2014 by WNST Staff
UMBC has won five of its six home games in 2013-14, but has yet to win on the road and will make another push when the Retrievers (5-11, 1-2 America East) travel to Durham, N.H. to take on the New Hampshire Wildcats (2-13, 0-2) on Wed., Jan. 15 (7:00 p.m. tip). Live streaming is available on the America East digital network at www.americaeast.tv. Streaming is also now available on most mobile devices.
RETRIEVER UPDATE: UMBC’s first three America East contests have all been decided by five points or less and have all come down to the game’s final possession. The Retrievers continued home mastery, as they recorded nine dunks and turned the ball over just four times in a 79-76 victory over Maine on Saturday at the RAC Arena. SR F Chase Plummer and FR G Bryan Harris led UMBC with 16 points each. FR G Rodney Elliott leads UMBC with 14.3 points per contest.
WILDCAT UPDATE: A young UNH squad has suffered 13 consecutive setbacks after opening the season with two wins, including a victory (84-81) at Duquesne. Leading scorer, and rebounder, postman Chris Pelcher (11.7 ppg, 10.4 rpg) returned after missing eight game due to injury and played 11 minutes in a 67-38 loss at Binghamton on Jan. 9. SR F Patrick Konan averages 11.2 points and 6.1 rebounds per game for the Wildcats.
Who’s Up Next: UMBC returns home and will play league heavyweights Vermont (Jan. 18) and Stony Brook (jan. 20) at the RAC Arena in a three-day span. UMBC’s first six league games occur in a span of 16 days.
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Posted on 29 December 2013 by WNST Staff
TOWSON, Md. – The Towson men’s basketball team will return home on Monday to take on New Hampshire at 7:30 p.m. inside SECU Arena.
The Tigers, who have not played at home since December 10, will be seeking their 12th straight home win.
Audio and video of the game will be available via the Towson Sports Network (TSN) with Spiro Morekas and Vince Angotti on the call.
Towson (7-6) has dropped four of its last five games after starting the year 6-2. The Tigers are coming off a 90-82 loss at North Dakota State on December 21.
Senior Jerrelle Benimon posted a game-high 29 points to go along with 12 rebounds in Towson’s loss to the Bison. Benimon has posted a double-double in each of his last four games and his seven total double-doubles ranks fourth in the nation.
The Tigers currently rank eighth in the nation in rebounding and 12th in blocks.
New Hampshire (2-9) won its first two games of the year, including an 84-81 win at Duquesne, before dropping nine straight. The Wildcats are coming off a 62-45 setback at Rhode Island on December 22.
Senior center Chris Pelcher leads UNH in scoring (13.7 ppg) and rebounding (11.8 rpg). The Wildcats lead the America East in scoring defense, holding opponents to just 66.4 points per game.
Towson has won nine of the 14 meetings between the programs, including posting a 5-1 mark at home. New Hampshire snapped a four-game losing streak to the Tigers when the squads met last in 2012.
Since Towson has won 11 straight home games, fans can get 11 percent off their ticket purchases by entering the promo code ’11wins’. Click here to access the offer online. The discount is also available over the phone by calling 1-855-TU-TIGER (1-855-888-4437).
The SECU UStore will also be open during the game against New Hampshire. With the university being closed during the holidays, this is the only place for fans to get their official apparel and spirit items!
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Posted on 26 November 2013 by WNST Staff
Cambridge, Mass. – Coming off its best fall season in its NCAA Division I school history, UMBC Athletics stands in second place, just one point behind New Hampshire, in the race for the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. America East Commissioner’s Cup.
New Hampshire sits atop the conference with 149 points, followed by UMBC at 148. Stony Brook (108) and Albany (107) are also separated by one point in third and fourth place respectively. Hartford (5th, 87, Binghamton (T6th, 68), Vermont (T6, 68), Maine (8th, 53) and league newcomer UMass Lowell (30) round out the fall standings.
The Retrievers and Wildcats each won three of the six fall championships conducted by the conference. UMBC captured the regular season and tournament titles in men’s and women’s soccer (co-regular season champion) and edged host Binghamton for the men’s cross country title.
The UMBC volleyball team finished in second place and was the conference runner-up, dropping a hard-fought, 3-2 title match at UNH. The women’s cross country team finished a best-ever fifth amongst all nine programs competing for that title.
UNH won championships in women’s cross country, field hockey and volleyball.
All five UMBC programs matched or set new best finishes in their 11th conference campaign.
UMBC matched its best-ever finish by placing third in the race for the Commissioner’s Cup in 2012-13.
The Retrievers’ 19-sport program also finished third in 2007-08 and 2010-11 and has finished in the top four of the league in six of the last eight seasons.
The Commissioner’s Cup annually recognizes the strongest athletic program in America East as determined by a scoring system which rewards a school for success both during the regular season and championship competition in the conference’s 19 sports.
The scoring system for the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup is as follows: In sports where regular-season round robin competition is conducted, the first-place institution in the final standings receives four points times the total number of teams involved in conference play. The second-place institution receives four less points; third place receives eight less points, and so on. Additionally, the America East (tournament) champion receives two points times the total number of teams participating in the championship. The second-place institution receives two less points; third place receives four less points and so on down to the last-place institution which receives two points.
In sports where regular-season round robin competition is not conducted (cross country, tennis, track & field, swimming & diving), the first-place institution at the America East championship receives two points times the total number of teams participating in the championship. The second-place institution receives two less points; third place gets four less points and so on down to the last place team which receives two points.
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Posted on 07 October 2013 by WNST Staff
UNBEATEN TIGERS MAINTAIN NUMBER THREE NATIONAL RANKING
Tigers Ranked Third For Third Straight Week
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – After a 44-28 victory over nationally-ranked New Hampshire, the undefeated Towson University football team maintained its third place standing in the weekly FCS poll which was announced by The Sports Network.
Towson has been ranked third in the nation the last two weeks and was ranked fourth the two previous weeks. The Tigers started the year as the 11th-ranked team in FCS. They moved up to fifth after a season-opening victory over Connecticut.
This is the highest national ranking at the FCS level that the Tigers have ever received.
Towson is ranked third in the nation behind defending national champion North Dakota State (5-0) and Sam Houston State (4-1). North Dakota State survived an upset bid by No. 4 Northern Iowa and edged UNI, 24-23. Sam Houston State was idle last week.
Towson is only eight points behind Sam Houston State.
The top six teams in the weekly poll remained the same as last week. North Dakota State, Sam Houston State, Towson, Northern Iowa, Eastern Illinois and Eastern Washington are ranked one through six.
The Tigers, who have won their last 10 games, own the second-longest winning streak in FCS football. North Dakota State has a 14-game winning streak.
Towson is one of five Colonial Athletic Association teams ranked in the FCS Top 25. Maine (4-1) is ranked 14th, just ahead of No. 15 Villanova (3-2). James Madison (4-2) moved into the Top 25 after a win over Albany while New Hampshire (1-3) is ranked 25th after losing to Towson.
Towson is one of three FCS schools that have a perfect 6-0 record. No. 10 Fordham and Charleston Southern are also 6-0.
The Tigers will be seeking their 11th consecutive victory when they host No. 15 Villanova on Saturday night at 7:00 p.m.
The game will be televised nationally on the NBC Sports Network.
2013 FCS FOOTBALL RANKINGS – The Sports Network
1. North Dakota State (157)
2. Sam Houston State (1)
3. Towson University
4. Northern Iowa
5. Eastern Illinois
6. Eastern Washington
7. Montana State
8. Coastal Carolina
9. McNeese State
13. South Dakota State
18. Youngstown State
19. Northern Arizona
20. Central Arkansas
21. James Madison
22. Georgia Southern
24. Jacksonville State
25. New Hampshire
Others receiving votes: Tennessee State 372, Cal Poly 234, Charleston Southern 223, Delaware 220, Yale 201, Gardner-Webb 157, UT Martin 101, South Carolina State 90, William & Mary 88, Harvard 87, Southern Illinois 78, Richmond 66, Southeastern Louisiana 64, Southern Utah 48, Murray State 31, Chattanooga 30, North Dakota 20, Illinois State 14, North Carolina A&T 10, Jackson State 7, Stony Brook 5, Western Illinois 4, Portland State 1, Alcorn State 1, Eastern Kentucky 1.
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Posted on 04 October 2013 by WNST Staff
UNBEATEN TIGERS HOST No. 19 NEW HAMPSHIRE ON SATURDAY
No. 3 Tigers Seeking 10th Consecutive Win
TOWSON, Md. – Riding a nine-game winning streak, the undefeated Towson University football team (5-0, 1-0) returns to Minnegan Field at Johnny Unitas® Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 5 when the Tigers host No. 19 New Hampshire (1-2, 0-0) in a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) game at 12:00 noon.
The game will be televised on Comcast SportsNet-Plus. Scott Graham and Andy Gresh will call the action.
A home game will be a welcome respite for the Tigers from the grind that found Towson playing four of its first five games on the road. After opening the season with a 33-18 win at Connecticut, the Tigers beat Holy Cross on the road, 49-7. On Sept. 14, the Tigers played their home opener and beat Delaware State, 49-7. However, it was back on the road the following week where Towson beat North Carolina Central, 35-17. Last week, the Tigers pulled out a 35-21 victory at Stony Brook.
In the opening weeks of the season, Towson traveled 2,548 miles to pick up four road victories. Dating back to last season, the Tigers have played seven of their last nine games on the road – and they have won all of them. Towson’s seven-game road winning streak is the longest in school history.
“We are road-weary,” admits Towson Coach Rob Ambrose. “I feel like we are that Cleveland Indians team in the movie, ‘Major League.’ That team was always on a bus and that’s how we feel.
“However, it will be great to take the field on Saturday afternoon with a large crowd of our fans cheering us on,” he adds. “I know that will energize us.”
New Hampshire comes to Unitas Stadium with a deceptive 1-2 record. The Wildcats, who have qualified for the NCAA FCS playoffs eight years in a row, opened their season with a 24-21 loss at Central Michigan. After beating Colgate in their home opener, the Wildcats dropped a 34-27 decision at undefeated Lehigh last week.
Saturday’s game will be the 10th meeting between the two teams. UNH owns a 7-2 series lead, but the Tigers have won the last two matchups. Two years ago, Towson edged UNH, 56-42. Last season, the Tigers traveled to New Hampshire for the regular season finale and shocked the No. 7 Wildcats, 64-35. That win earned the Tigers a share of the CAA championship.
When Towson hosts New Hampshire, it will be the first time the teams have played where the Tigers had a higher national ranking. It will also match the top offensive team in the CAA against the top defensive team. New Hampshire comes into the game averaging 459.0 total yards per game as well as 236.7 rushing yards per contest. The Tigers allow 271.6 total yards per contest and only 70.8 rushing yards per game.
Towson ranks fourth in the NCAA FCS in rushing defense and sixth in total defense.
Offensively, the Tigers will be counting on junior Terrance West (Northwestern H.S./Baltimore, Md.). The leading rusher in the CAA with 648 yards on 126 carries, he has scored 12 touchdowns this season, a mark that leads NCAA FCS. West has topped the 100-yard rushing mark in four of five games. The only time he didn’t reach the 100-yard plateau was a 49-7 win over Delaware State when he left the game early in the third quarter. He did score five touchdowns against the Hornets.
The third-leading rusher in school history, West needs only 12 rushing yards to become the third player in program history to rush for 3,000 yards. He has scored 56 career touchdowns in 26 games.
In two games against New Hampshire, West has run for 497 yards on 42 carries and six touchdowns.
Junior defensive end Ryan Delaire (Windsor H.S./Windsor, Conn.) leads the Tiger defense with 6.5 sacks. He ranks fourth in the nation in sacks. Led by Delaire, the Tiger defense ranks second in the nation with 21 sacks in five games.
Senior linebacker Telvion Clark (Granby H.S./Norfolk, Va.) leads the Tigers with 44 tackles in five games. He made a career high 14 tackles and had one sack at Stony Brook. Junior cornerback Tye Smith (Wakefield H.S./Raleigh, N.C.) is second on the team with 28 tackles.
The Tigers’ game against New Hampshire will be the first of back-to-back home games against the top teams in the CAA. After hosting No. 19 UNH, the Tigers host No. 20 Villanova on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 7:00 p.m.
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Posted on 22 July 2013 by WNST Staff
TIGER FOOTBALL SET TO MAKE TWO ADDITIONAL APPEARANCES ON
NBC SPORTS REGIONAL NETWORK GAME SCHEDULE
RICHMOND, Va. – The Towson University football team will make two additional appearances on television this season when it was announced that a slate of 13 games are set to air on the NBC Sports Regional Networks, including Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and Comcast SportsNet New England.
The Tigers’ home game against New Hampshire on October 5 at 12 noon will be shown on the NBC Sports Regional Networks while Towson’s October 26 game at Richmond will also be televised.
Last week, it was announced that the October 12 matchup between Towson and Villanova would be aired on the NBC Sports Network while the November 23 contest between Towson and James Madison will also be televised.
The 2013 CAA Football television schedule was further enhanced on Monday when it was announced that an exciting slate of 13 games are set to air this season on NBC Sports Regional Networks, including Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and Comcast SportsNet New England.
The NBC Sports Regional Network’s schedule kicks off on September 14 when league newcomer Albany welcomes Rhode Island to the Capital Region at 7 p.m. for its first-ever game
The NBC Sports Regional Networks will serve up a doubleheader the following two Saturdays. On September 21, Stony Brook makes its first televised appearance under the league banner when it visits Villanova for a rematch of last year’s FCS championship first round game at 3 p.m. and URI travels to take on William and Mary under the lights at 7 p.m. Fans will see Maine swing southward to face Richmond at 4 p.m. on September 28 before a pair of perennial powerhouses, James Madison and Delaware, meet in Newark to square off in the primetime slot.
On October 5, New Hampshire visits Towson at Noon before Delaware and Albany both make their second regionally televised appearance the following week when they meet for a matinee at Delaware Stadium.
A pair of potent offenses will be on display in Durham on Oct. 19, as UNH looks to continue its winning ways at Cowell Stadium when it hosts Villanova at Noon. Another matinee follows a week later when Towson travels to Richmond.
November opens with Homecoming in Harrisonburg on November 2, as JMU welcomes Villanova to campus for a2:30 p.m. kick. William and Mary makes its way to Newark for a 3 p.m. matchup with Delaware on November 9before viewers are taken back to Bridgeforth Stadium for a 3:30 p.m. showdown between the Dukes and Stony Brook on November 16.
The CAA Football regular season comes to a close with Rivalry Week on Nov. 23. That contest is set for selection 12-14 days prior to gameday.
In addition to Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and Comcast SportsNet New England, other NBC Sports Regional Networks will televise select match-ups from the package. Complete schedules will be announced at a later date.
NBC Sports Regional Networks, part of the NBC Sports Group, consist of 13 regional networks that deliver more than 2,400 live sporting events annually, along with breaking news, comprehensive analysis, digital content and original programming, to more than 50 million homes. The NBC Sports Regional Networks are: Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, Comcast SportsNet California, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, Comcast SportsNet Houston, Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, Comcast SportsNet New England, NECN, Comcast SportsNet Northwest, The Comcast Network, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, CSS and SNY.
Throughout the 2013 season, every game televised regionally on NBC Sports Regional Networks will also be simulcast digitally to out-of-market areas for free on CAA.TV. A select number of these specific games may also be featured in high definition and available live for free on the CAA iPad app. Digital broadcasts will be blacked out in areas where the telecast is available via fans’ cable provider. A free login will be required to view the games both via CAA.TV on a computer or using the CAA’s iPad app. More information on the CAA.TV login requirement will be available closer to the season and promoted via CAA Football’s online presence.
CAA Football is on Twitter @CAAFootball and uses the official hashtag #CAAFB. We can also be found on Facebook, Instagram and blogging on our official Every Day Is Saturday blog at caafootball.wordpress.com. All CAA Football video productions can be found on our YouTube Channel.
A complete list of CAA Football games on NBC Sports Regional Networks is listed below. (All time listed ET. Schedule subject to change.)
|Saturday, Sept. 14||Rhode Island at Albany||7 p.m.||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Sept. 21||Stony Brook at Villanova||3 p.m.||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Sept. 21||Rhode Island at William & Mary||7 p.m.||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Sept. 28||Maine at Richmond||4 p.m.||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Sept. 28||James Madison at Delaware||7 p.m.||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Oct. 5||New Hampshire at Towson||Noon||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Oct. 12||Albany at Delaware||Noon||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Oct. 19||Villanova at New Hampshire||Noon||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Oct. 26||Towson at Richmond||Noon||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Nov. 2||Villanova at James Madison||2:30 p.m.||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Nov. 9||William and Mary at Delaware||3 p.m.||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Nov. 16||Stony Brook at James Madison||3:30 p.m.||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
|Saturday, Nov. 23||TBD – Rivalry Week Game||Noon||NBC Sports Regional Networks|
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Posted on 12 February 2013 by WNST Staff
UMBC starts a two-game America East road swing on Wed., Feb. 9 when they visit New Hampshire at Lundholm Gymnasium. Tip-off time between the Retrievers and Wildcats is 7:00 p.m.
RETRIEVER UPDATE: UMBC (4-7, 6-18) could not recover from another poor start and fell to Vermont, 67-55, at the RAC Arena on Sat., Feb. 9. In the three-game homestand, UMBC trailed by 9, 15 and 9 points at the midpoint of the fi rst half. They rallied to defeat Maine, 68-67, in the opener, but lost to Albany and Vermont. SR G Brian Neller has hit 22 treys in his last five games, while SO G Joey Getz scored in double figures in two of the three games at the RAC Arena. SR G Ryan Cook (14.7 ppg) leads UMBC in scoring, but is now at a season-low in scoring average.
WILDCAT UPDATE: New Hampshire (2-8, 6-16) had the bye this weekend, after falling, 63-48 at Vermont on Feb. 6. The Wildcats are 0-5 at home in league play in 2013. SR F Ferg Myrick, who leads the Wildcats with 13.8 ppg, scored just two points at Vermont a week ago. Myrick leads UNH with 34 three-point field goals.
WHO’S UP NEXT: UMBC has the weekend off before traveling to Long Island to take on Stony Brook at Pritchard Gym on Tues., Feb. 19.
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