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MBB@Maine: 2/19 at 2:00


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That Camp-Bell kid is pretty good. Did we pick him up at a thruway stop on the way up?

 

How hard is it to say Campbell like the soup? And not camp bell... Seriously, Idiot announcer.

Might be a regional thing. My wife's grandfather was from Maine, and her whole family pronounced the soup that way. OTOH Howard Cosell pronounced it Cample.
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Didn't watch the game but nice to see us get the W. Two games left, one at home which should be a win if we play up to our potential and the other a possible W if, again, we play up to our potential.

 

Stats updated:

UAlbany Wins																								
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																								
Opponent	FGM		FGA		FG%		FTM		FTA		FT%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		RBG		AST		TO	
Penn State	30	27	61	63	49.2%	42.9%	20	18	25	22	80.0%	81.8%	7	9	14	25	50.0%	36.0%	43	26	16	9	15	12
Oneonta	        38	20	81	71	46.9%	28.2%	16	11	25	13	64.0%	84.6%	5	5	12	27	41.7%	18.5%	69	31	15	11	12	13
Brown	        26	25	52	59	50.0%	42.4%	22	21	28	29	78.6%	72.4%	6	5	14	20	42.9%	25.0%	37	28	9	13	18	8
Siena	        27	23	52	49	51.9%	46.9%	21	19	32	25	65.6%	76.0%	6	7	12	22	50.0%	31.8%	29	31	15	11	6	11
Marist	        26	25	60	51	43.3%	49.0%	21	5	28	8	75.0%	62.5%	5	11	14	28	35.7%	39.3%	34	30	13	15	9	19
Colgate	        26	23	51	45	51.0%	51.1%	19	9	26	11	73.1%	81.8%	3	11	9	29	33.3%	37.9%	29	22	8	11	10	16
St. Francis BK	29	24	61	59	47.5%	40.7%	21	7	25	12	84.0%	58.3%	8	5	17	22	47.1%	22.7%	50	21	19	12	15	8
Columbia	21	24	52	51	40.4%	47.1%	24	12	28	18	85.7%	66.7%	4	7	12	23	33.3%	30.4%	39	27	8	16	15	13
Cornell	        27	22	62	49	43.5%	44.9%	11	5	16	9	68.8%	55.6%	4	10	16	31	25.0%	32.3%	43	24	14	14	10	13
UMBC	        28	16	54	49	51.9%	32.7%	16	10	20	15	80.0%	66.7%	5	11	8	27	62.5%	40.7%	41	26	8	11	11	13
Binghamton	35	22	54	48	64.8%	45.8%	7	13	11	14	63.6%	92.9%	7	8	12	24	58.3%	33.3%	26	22	17	12	8	13
Maine	        30	23	55	51	54.5%	45.1%	17	11	22	20	77.3%	55.0%	4	6	14	14	28.6%	42.9%	34	28	16	13	11	15
Hartford	25	19	55	55	45.5%	34.5%	19	11	27	16	70.4%	68.8%	5	12	14	36	35.7%	33.3%	44	29	11	14	13	13
Umass Lowell	32	30	61	58	52.5%	51.7%	19	10	24	13	79.2%	76.9%	7	7	13	17	53.8%	41.2%	33	30	20	15	10	14
UNH	        24	21	53	50	45.3%	42.0%	14	7	20	10	70.0%	70.0%	7	6	17	21	41.2%	28.6%	28	33	14	14	5	14
Binghamton	23	21	52	52	44.2%	40.4%	11	6	15	8	73.3%	75.0%	9	6	21	16	42.9%	37.5%	37	25	15	7	9	5
UMBC	        25	25	57	54	43.9%	46.3%	25	12	31	17	80.6%	70.6%	3	7	13	22	23.1%	31.8%	38	30	8	13	8	13
Maine	        29	17	70	51	41.4%	33.3%	8	13	10	23	80.0%	56.5%	8	9	23	19	34.8%	47.4%	40	36	15	10	3	9
OOC	        250	213	532	497	47.0%	42.9%	175	107	233	147	75.1%	72.8%	48	70	120	227	40.0%	30.8%	373	240	117	112	110	113
OOC Average	27.8	23.7	59.1	55.2	47.0%	42.9%	19.4	11.9	25.9	16.3	75.1%	72.8%	5.3	7.8	13.3	25.2	40.0%	30.8%	41.4	26.7	13.0	12.4	12.2	12.6
AE	        251	194	511	468	49.1%	41.5%	136	93	180	136	75.6%	68.4%	55	72	135	196	40.7%	36.7%	321	259	124	109	78	109
AE Average	27.9	21.6	56.8	52.0	49.1%	41.5%	15.1	10.3	20.0	15.1	75.6%	68.4%	6.1	8.0	15.0	21.8	40.7%	36.7%	36	28.8	13.8	12.1	8.7	12.1
Total	        501	407	1043	965	48.0%	42.2%	311	200	413	283	75.3%	70.7%	103	142	255	423	40.4%	33.6%	694	499	241	221	188	222
Average	        27.8	22.6	57.9	53.6	48.2%	42.5%	17.3	11.1	22.9	15.7	75.0%	70.7%	5.7	7.9	14.2	23.5	41.1%	33.9%	38.6	27.7	13.4	12.3	10.4	12.3
																								
UAlbany Losses																								
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																								
Opponent	FGM		FGA		FG%		FTM		FTA		FT%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		RBG		AST		TO	
Cincinatti	20	28	48	61	41.7%	45.9%	9	13	14	20	64.3%	65.0%	2	5	14	21	14.3%	23.8%	33	34	8	16	22	10
Grand Canyon	27	29	59	69	45.8%	42.0%	15	14	21	21	71.4%	66.7%	8	10	21	24	38.1%	41.7%	36	33	10	15	13	9
Holy Cross	21	18	45	46	46.7%	39.1%	8	6	10	10	80.0%	60.0%	1	11	9	29	11.1%	37.9%	20	37	15	12	18	9
Yale	        22	22	50	56	44.0%	39.3%	9	4	10	5	90.0%	80.0%	2	11	12	29	16.7%	37.9%	31	33	13	15	12	13
Canisius	27	26	66	57	40.9%	45.6%	8	13	8	17	100.0%	76.5%	2	12	11	28	18.2%	42.9%	37	35	11	20	13	14
SMU	        21	25	51	47	41.2%	53.2%	4	13	5	24	80.0%	54.2%	7	8	23	17	30.4%	47.1%	25	33	10	14	12	10
Umass Lowell	32	33	56	52	57.1%	63.5%	8	7	11	12	72.7%	58.3%	7	12	16	23	43.8%	52.2%	28	18	13	17	13	11
Stony Brook	28	22	50	58	56.0%	37.9%	7	20	10	24	70.0%	83.3%	7	8	13	28	53.8%	28.6%	31	30	14	13	19	10
UNH	        22	25	51	52	43.1%	48.1%	18	11	25	13	72.0%	84.6%	5	14	19	30	26.3%	46.7%	31	29	8	16	6	8
Vermont	        19	22	64	50	29.7%	44.0%	10	13	13	20	76.9%	65.0%	1	3	8	18	12.5%	16.7%	43	37	8	12	10	14
Stony Brook	21	23	52	48	40.4%	47.9%	20	19	23	24	87.0%	79.2%	3	7	10	18	30.0%	38.9%	29	31	12	8	13	14
OOC	        138	148	319	336	43.3%	44.0%	53	63	68	97	77.9%	64.9%	22	57	90	148	24.4%	38.5%	182	205	67	92	90	65
OOC Average	23.0	24.7	53.2	56.0	43.3%	44.0%	8.8	10.5	11.3	16.2	77.9%	64.9%	3.7	9.5	15.0	24.7	24.4%	38.5%	30.3	34.2	11.2	15.3	15.0	10.8
AE	        122	125	273	260	44.7%	48.1%	63	70	82	93	76.8%	75.3%	23	44	66	117	34.8%	37.6%	162	145	55	66	61	57
AE Average	24.4	25.0	54.6	52.0	44.7%	48.1%	12.6	14.0	16.4	18.6	76.8%	75.3%	4.6	8.8	13.2	23.4	34.8%	37.6%	32.4	29.0	11.0	13.2	12.2	11.4
Total	        260	273	592	596	43.9%	45.8%	116	133	150	190	77.3%	70.0%	45	101	156	265	28.8%	38.1%	344	350	122	158	151	122
Average	        23.6	24.8	53.8	54.2	43.4%	44.2%	10.5	12.1	13.6	17.3	81.0%	67.1%	4.1	9.2	14.2	24.1	21.5%	38.5%	31.3	31.8	11.1	14.4	13.7	11.1
																								
Total (all)	761	680	1635	1561	46.5%	43.6%	427	333	563	473	75.8%	70.4%	148	243	411	688	36.0%	35.3%	1038	849	363	379	339	344
Average (all)	26.2	23.4	56.4	53.8	46.7%	43.8%	14.7	11.5	19.4	16.3	76.3%	70.5%	5.1	8.4	14.2	23.7	35.7%	35.3%	35.8	29.3	12.5	13.1	11.7	11.9

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Assuming we fall short against Vermont, and beat Hartford do we still lock up that third seed in the playoffs? I know we have the tie break over UMBC, but do we have it over UNH as well?

 

Posted in the UVM thread:

 

Even if we lose, we still have a strong chance to retain 3rd if we can beat lowly Hartford at home on 2/25 (reminder, town hall before that game at 5:30PM in HOF room).

 

If we go 1-1 our last two games, that puts us at 10-6 for the season. Both UMBC and UNH would have to go 2-0 to tie that mark, but that won't be possible since they play each other the final game of the season (UMBC @ UNH) so only one of them will be battling us for 3rd. So let's assume UNH wins at home and is the one going 2-0.

 

Teams are seeded by conference record, with ties broken by record between the tied teams followed by record against the regular-season champion, if necessary.

Because we went 1-1 vs UNH, the next tie breaker is our respective records vs UVM. UNH has lost to them both times, we are 0-1. Basically, if we can beat UVM tomorrow and somehow lose to Hartford, we'll still have 3rd place as the Hartford loss won't matter due to tie breakers involving UVM. I'm not sure what the 3rd tie breaker is though if we both go 0-2 vs UVM and went 1-1 against each other. Maybe then it goes to record vs SBU? We both were 0-2 there as well...lol.

 

If for some reason UMBC goes 2-0 and not UNH, we are guaranteed 3rd as we've beaten UMBC both times so that's the tie breaker.

 

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EDIT: Per AE's 2013 Tie Breaker article (http://www.americaeast.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=14000&ATCLID=206563260), the following are the tie breaking scenarios...assuming they are still using this.

 

Championship Tie-Breaking Procedure

Teams tied for first place will be deemed “co-champions.” Ties for championship seeding will be broken from the top of the standings down. In the event of a tie between two or more teams, the tie shall be broken using the following criteria in order:

a. Winning percentage in conference games versus the other teams with which it is tied (i.e. head-to-head-competition.

b. Winning percentage in conference games versus the other conference opponents in descending

rank order. In the event of arriving at another group of tied teams when comparing records, each team’s record (winning percentage) versus the tied teams is used rather than the performance versus the individual tied teams.

c. Winning percentage in conference road games. In the event a conference game was played on a neutral court, the team awarded the home game by the conference office when the schedule was issued is considered the home team.

d. RPI ranking as determined by the College RPI Report through the end of regular-season conference games.

e. Draw conducted by the Commissioner or his/her designee.

 

If UA goes 1-1 the rest of the way and finishes 10-6 for the season, either UMBC or UNH would have to go 2-0 to do the same. UMBC plays at UNH the last game of the year, so only one of them can achieve this. For all we know, both teams could lose their second to last game and if we go 1-1, we lock up third.

 

Should one of them go 2-0 though...

Scenario A: We trump UMBC by virtue of being 2-0 against them. We tie UNH by going 1-1 against them. Proceed to next tie breaker.

Scenario B: Starting with UVM, both UMBC and UNH are 0-2, like us. UMBC is 0-1 against SBU while UNH is 0-2, like us. If UMBC somehow beats SBU AND UNH (unlikely scenario), we would be 4th. If they lose to either, we lock up 3rd. Then we proceed to UML and that's where things get interesting as UNH still has to play them and UMBC is 2-0 against them. I don't think we'll get that far down Scenario B though.

Scenario C: We are 5-2 on the road currently and the other two are 4-3. They'd both have to win on the road and we'd have to lose to UVM to make this another tie.

Scenario D/E: Self explanatory.

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