BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) -- Ethan O'Day made all eight of his field goal attempts and scored 21 points as Vermont crushed Binghamton 72-39 on Sunday.
O'Day scored 16 of those in the first half as Vermont (12-9, 6-1 America East) built a 38-13 advantage at the break. O'Day made 5 of his 6 free throws and had three blocks.
Binghamton (4-16, 1-6) made just 14 of 43 attempts. Yosef Yacob finished 10 points and Karon Waller added eight for the Bearcats.
Vermont controlled the glass 30-19, forced 16 turnovers - leading to 23 points - and had eight blocks.
Candon Rusin added 16 points for Vermont and Luke Apfeld scored 10 in 9 minutes. Brian Voelkel had just two points, but grabbed seven rebounds, had six assists and four steals for the Catamounts.