Stonehill College at Texas A&M-Commerce Prediction - College Basketball Picks 11/20/23
Texas A&M-Commerce Lions (2-4) vs Stonehill College Skyhawks (1-4)
Game Info: Monday, November 20, 2023 at 8:00 pm (Texas A&M-Commerce Field House)
Betting Odds: Texas A&M-Commerce Lions -9 -- Over/Under: 138.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
The Texas A&M Commerce Lions will host the Stonehill Skyhawks for a non-conference matchup on ESPN+.
Stonehill Skyhawks Preview
Stonehill dropped to 1-4 after losing to Kentucky in Lexington, 101-67. The Skyhawks were no match for the Wildcats, and they’ll look to show more fight here in Texas. Stonehill is scoring 58.2 points per game, on 47.3% shooting, while allowing 88.0 ppg.
Stonehill Player Notes
Veteran forward Max Zegarowski held his own with 15 points against Kentucky, and he leads Stonehill in scoring (10.6) and rebounding (4.6).
Senior guard Jackson Benigni led the team with 22 points in the loss to UConn, and he’s up to 10.0 ppg.
Sophomore guard Tony Felder reached double figures versus UK & St. Joe’s, and he’s dished out a team-lead 3.4 apg, while scoring 8.4 ppg.
Texas A&M Commerce Preview
Texas A&M Commerce enters at 2-4 after defeating St. Joseph’s in Philly, 57-54. The Lions made the Hawks pay literally with the upset buy-in game victory, and they’ll look to pin a third straight win Monday. TAMC is scoring 64.5 points per game, on 40.4% shooting, while allowing 59.3 ppg.
Commerce Player Notes
Senior guard Kalen Williams led the way with 19 points in the loss to Kentucky, and he leads Commerce in scoring (12.0).
Camden native Jerome Brewer Jr. has reached double figures in five of the first six games, and he’s second on the team at 11.8 ppg.
Veteran guard Tommie Lewis double-doubled in the win over St. Joe’s, and he leads the Lions in rebounding (5.3), while scoring 9.5 ppg.
Stonehill vs Texas A&M Commerce Trends
STONE is 1-1 against the spread, with a 2-0 O/U record
AMCC is 1-2 ATS, with a 2-1 over/under record.
Corey’s Free Pick
Texas A&M Commerce stung a lot of us with their buy-in win over St. Joe’s, and they’ll fit a real chance to nail down a third straight victory. Stonehill dealt with a profitable, yet tough start with beatings from Kentucky and UConn on their resume, and it’s a spot for the Lions to capitalize on their momentum and home court advantage. The Under will be in play with two offensively-challenged squads, but let’s ride Commerce’s momentum here at home.