|Appalachian State||N Healy 14.8||N Healy 7.7||M Neal 3.2|
|UNC Greensboro||T Simpson 19.7||K McNeil 6.6||D Parker 2.8|
Appalachian State visits Greensboro Coliseum on Sunday to take on North Carolina-Greensboro. It takes place at 2 p.m. EST. The Mountaineers beat the Spartans 83-70 on Jan. 14 and are 6-4 against them over the last four years.
North Carolina-Greensboro is in eigth place in the conference and will be trying to close the gap with sixth place Appalachian State.
The Mountaineers fell 61-58 to Elon on Feb. 14. Jay Canty finished with 17 points and 9 rebounds in the loss. He contributes 6.2 rebounds per game in addition to his 14.2 points per game. For the Spartans, Derrell Armstrong finished with 18 points in the 70-68 loss to Western Carolina on Feb. 14. He is averaging 14.7 points and 4.8 rebounds per game.
North Carolina-Greensboro StatSmack
- Appalachian State has an average margin of victory of 14 over North Carolina-Greensboro in 21 wins since 1982.
- Boom! Appalachian State crushed North Carolina-Greensboro by 13 points the last time they played (Jan 14, 2013).
- Appalachian State has a much better overall winning percentage over the last five years (49.7 percent to 27.0 percent).
- The Appalachian State steals leader (Nathan Healy, 50 steals) has more steals than the North Carolina-Greensboro steals leader (David Williams, 43 steals).
- Tevin Baskin is ranked 8th in SoCon in blocks.
- It's only wins and losses, but Appalachian State has a better overall record than North Carolina-Greensboro this season (11-14 vs. 7-17).
- Nathan Healy is ranked 5th in SoCon in points, 3rd in SoCon in rebounds, 41st nationally in steals, and 3rd in SoCon in blocks.
- Boone isn't as congested as Greensboro (population is significantly lower).
- Appalachian State has a stronger schedule than North Carolina-Greensboro this season (SOS Rank: No. 298 vs. No. 306).
- Appalachian State has a better record at home than North Carolina-Greensboro this season (8-3 vs. 6-7).
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