Vermont plays with swagger thanks to perfect conference start

IT’S A NEW BEGINNING.> NEWS TOMORROW IN HAFORTRD IS AT 1 PM Vermont’s men’s basketball team is one of the hottest Division 1 teams in the nation. The Catamounts are generally known for their defensive identity, but to start conference play, UVM is 4-0, scoring at least 82 points per game. Most recently, a decisive 83-57 victory on the road against NJIT. Then for UVM, Hartford, America East champion last year. With the way the Cats are playing right now, nothing can lower their confidence. Last year, Hartford eliminated UVM from the co

The Vermont men’s basketball team is one of the hottest Division I teams in the country. The Catamounts are generally known for their defensive identity, however, going into conference play, UVM is 4-0, scoring at least 82 points per game. Most recently, a decisive 83-57 victory on the road against NJIT. Then for UVM, Hartford, America East champion last year. With the way the Cats are playing right now, nothing can lower their confidence. “Everybody is shooting, you just have to come into the game, you can feel it, freely. The coaches trust everybody,” forward Isaiah Powell said. “The sky’s the limit for these guys. I just have to keep them grounded and make sure we train hard every day. Be prepared and let them do their thing,” head coach John Becker said. We are all in tune, that’s for sure. Moving the rock trusting each other is really fun,” guard Finn Sullivan said. Hartford knocked UVM out of the conference tournament last year. The Catamounts will get a chance for revenge tomorrow at 7 p.m.

The Vermont men’s basketball team is one of the hottest Division I teams in the country.

The Catamounts are generally known for their defensive identity, however, going into conference play, UVM is 4-0, scoring at least 82 points per game. Most recently, a decisive 83-57 victory on the road against NJIT. Then for UVM, Hartford, America East champion last year.

With the way the Cats are playing right now, nothing can lower their confidence.

“Everyone is shooting, you just have to get in the game, you can feel it, freely. Coaches trust everyone,” forward Isaiah Powell said.

“Sky is the limit for these guys. I just have to keep them grounded and make sure we train hard every day. Be prepared and let them do their thing,” said head coach John Becker .

“Just let us play. We’re all in sync, that’s for sure. Moving rock trusting each other is really fun,” guard Finn Sullivan said.

Last year, Hartford eliminated UVM from the conference tournament. The Catamounts will have a chance for revenge tomorrow at 7 p.m.

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