The Stony Brook Seawolves and the New Hampshire Wildcats are set to square off in an America East matchup at 5 p.m. ET on Friday at Lundholm Gym. New Hampshire is 8-7 overall and 7-0 at home, while the Seawolves are 12-7 overall and 3-5 on the road. New Hampshire has won and covered the spread in the last three head-to-head matchups with Stony Brook.
However, Stony Brook had won six of seven in the rivalry prior to that. The Wildcats are favored by three points in the latest New Hampshire vs. Stony Brook odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 135.5. Before entering any Stony Brook vs. New Hampshire picks, you'll want to see the college basketball predictions from the model at SportsLine.
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- New Hampshire vs. Stony Brook spread: New Hampshire -3
- New Hampshire vs. Stony Brook over-under: 135.5 points
What you need to know about New Hampshire
The Wildcats didn't have too much trouble with the Maine Black Bears at home on Wednesday as they won 73-61. Blondeau Tchoukuiegno led all scorers with 23 points on 8-of-10 shooting in that contest and the third-year guard from Canada is now averaging 11.7 points per game for the season.
Jayden Martinez also had 17 points in the victory over Maine and the fourth-year forward is the team's leading scorer (14.5 ppg). Martinez was All-AEC in 2020-21 and his length on the wing could pose problems for a Stony Brook roster that features a couple of 6-foot guards.
What you need to know about Stony Brook
Meanwhile, Stony Brook ended up a good deal behind the Vermont Catamounts when those teams played on Wednesday, losing 80-67. Jahlil Jenkins had 17 points in the loss and Anthony Roberts had 16 points for the Seawolves off the bench. But size wound up being an issue, as Stony Brook was outrebounded 34-22.
Stony Brook has been outrebounded by nearly four rebounds per game on average this season and has lost the battle on the boards in 12 of its 19 games. Meanwhile, New Hampshire is outrebounding its opponents by nearly four per game so that will be one area of critical importance for the Seawolves.
How to make Stony Brook vs. New Hampshire picks
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