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New Hampshire Wildcats
Conference: America East Conference
NCAA Division: Division I
City: Durham, NH
Stadium: Lundholm Gymnasium
- National Championships: None
- Conference Titles: None
- NCAA Tournaments: None
- North Atlantic Conference
- ECAC North
New Hampshire Wildcats Standings & Analysis
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New Hampshire Wildcats Stats & Records
⦁ Tanner Leissner: 1,962
⦁ Al McClain: 1,861
⦁ Robin Dixon: 1,590
⦁ Iba Camara: 1,016
⦁ Dave Pemberton: 897
⦁ Tanner Leissner: 862
⦁ Al McClain: 415
⦁ Jaleen Smith: 364
⦁ Chandler Rhoads: 308
⦁ Bill Herrion: 212
⦁ Gerry Friel: 188
⦁ Bill Olson: 60
Overview of the New Hampshire Wildcats Standings
The New Hampshire Wildcats had a rough start to the 2021-2022 NCAAB season, losing their first two games to tough non-conference opponents. However, they quickly turned things around and went on a five-game winning streak, thanks to the strong performances from their starting lineup. The Wildcats were able to maintain their momentum throughout the rest of the non-conference schedule, finishing with a respectable 7-4 record.
As they entered conference play, the New Hampshire Wildcats faced some tough competition in the America East Conference. Despite some close games, they struggled to find consistency and dropped a few early conference matchups. However, they were able to bounce back with a key win against a top conference rival, which helped them climb up the New Hampshire Wildcats Standings. With several conference games remaining, the Wildcats were still in the hunt for a spot in the postseason tournament.
The New Hampshire Wildcats continued to battle it out in the final stretch of the season, with each game becoming more important than the last. With their eyes set on the postseason, they played with a sense of urgency and determination that paid off in some close victories. Their efforts were rewarded with a spot in the America East Conference tournament, where they faced off against some of the toughest competition in the conference. Despite a valiant effort, the Wildcats were ultimately knocked out in the quarterfinals.
Although the New Hampshire Wildcats’ season didn’t end the way they had hoped, they had a lot to be proud of. They showed resilience and perseverance throughout the season, and their hard work paid off in the form of a postseason appearance. As they look ahead to next season, the Wildcats will undoubtedly be focused on improving their record and climbing even higher in the New Hampshire Wildcats Standings.
Before Betting on New Hampshire Wildcats, Check Out These Tips:
Injuries can greatly affect a team’s performance, so it’s important to keep track of who is and isn’t available to play. This information can often be found on the team’s official website or through sports news outlets.
Keep track of the team’s recent performance and pay attention to any trends or patterns in their statistics, such as their scoring average, defensive efficiency, or their success rate on the road versus at home.
Pay attention to the odds being offered by different sportsbooks, as well as any betting trends. This can give you a sense of how the public is viewing the team and help you make informed betting decisions. However, it’s important to remember that odds and trends are just one factor to consider and should not be the sole basis for your betting decisions.
Look at the team’s roster to see if they have any star players, as well as their depth at each position. This can give you a sense of the team’s overall talent level and help you predict how they may perform in future games.
New Hampshire Wildcats Basketball History
An original Yankee Conference team dating back to the 1930s, the Wildcats joined with Vermont and Maine in moving to the ECAC North in 1979, which became the North Atlantic Conference in 1988 and then the America East in 1996.
It’s been mostly slow going for a basketball team at a hockey school, with just 16 teams in the program’s long history recording a winning record. It endured 19 straight losing seasons between 1995 and 2014, although the trend has been more positive of late under head coach Bill Herrion, the school’s all-time winningest coach with 212 victories.
New Hampshire has had a winning record in six of its last eight campaigns, including its only two 20-win efforts in 2015-16 and 2016-17. Herrion, who took Drexel to three NCAA Tournaments in the 90s, will be entering his 18th year at the helm in 2022-23.
Never Reached the NCAA Tournament
The Wildcats are one of a handful of teams never to have reached the NCAA Tournament. With expanded postseason options their NCAA odds of extended play have improved and they’ve enjoyed some postseason basketball in recent years. The 2015-16 team won a game in the CollegeInsider.com tournament, the second straight year it appeared in the event.
The 2021-22 edition opened its Division I slate with close losses to Marquette and Providence and had at least one victory against all America East teams not named Vermont. New Hampshire Wildcats teams stats reflected a defensive-minded unit that ranked second to the Catamounts in terms of scoring defense (65.0). The Wildcats won their final three games of the regular season before being knocked off at home in the quarterfinals of the conference tourney.
New Hampshire Wildcats NCAAB FAQs
What is the highest win total in program history?
What was the worst season in program history?
So many to choose from. The Wildcats have finished with five or fewer wins 25 times and nine or fewer 51 times. While the 1967-68 edition had only one victory, we choose the 1999-2000 squad as the worst in New Hampshire history. That group went 3-25 while archrival Maine was winning 24 games. It lost its last 12 games, giving up 117 points in the America East tournament quarterfinals against Hartford.
Three other teams scored at least 100 points against the Wildcats that season, including a 131-point outburst by eventual national runner-up Florida. That remains a school record for the Gators.