Davis scores 15 to lift Vermont past Maine 65-30
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BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) Ryan Davis scored 15 points, Vermont held Maine to a season-low score in a 65-30 win on Saturday.
Stef Smith added 14 points for Vermont (6-3, 6-3 America East Conference), which earned its fourth straight win. Robin Duncan added nine rebounds and nine assists.
All 15 Wildcats saw playing time and 11 scored in the lop-sided win. The loss was Maine's lowest output since a 46-26 defeat at seventh-ranked Virginia Nov. 27, 2019.
Solomon Iluyomade and Vilgot Larsson led Maine with seven points each. Iluyomade added 10 rebounds for the Black Bears (2-6, 2-5).
LeChaun DuHart, who led the Black Bears in scoring heading into the matchup with 13 points per game, scored two on 1 of 5 shjooting in 29 minutes. Stephane Ingo, Maine's second-leading scorer at 11 points per game, failed to make a shot (0 of 5).
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Updated January 16, 2021