The Vermont Tech Men's Basketball Team increased their season opening winning streak to seven by easily handling Nashua CC on the road in Nashua, NH by a final of 110-20.
From the very beginning of the game the men of Vermont Tech jumped on Nashua, using a stellar defensive instensity that forced a remarkable 44 turnovers. Sophomore Kwei General (Cayman Islands) led all scorers with 17on 7-12 shooting, including 3-4 from 3 point range. He added 6 steals, second only to Freshman's Kevin Phillips (Troy, NY) who had 8 steals to go along with his 9 assists.
The Knights never let Nashua work their way into the game, having a 61-8 lead at halftime. Tech shot an impressive 53.8% from the floor and 83.3% from the free throw line. In addition, the team distributed the ball exceedingly well, finsihing with 25 assists against only 3 turnovers, by far the best assist-turnover ratio of the young season.
Senior Kevin Carr (Westminster, MD) and Junior Sam Randall (Riverhead, NY) both chipped in 16 points. Others in double figures were Sophomore Cody Chamberlain (Northfield, VT) with 11 and Mikal Williams (Willingsboro, NJ) who had 14 points in addition to his game high 11 rebounds.
The win extends the Knights record to 7-0, 4-0. Vermont Tech next goes on a road trip to Maine where they will face two tough opponents in two days. On Saturday the men match up against Central Maine at 3pm, while on Sunday they will take on Southern Maine at 2pm.