Don’t miss out on the NCAA showdown between the Fighting Camels and Hawks. The game is starting at 7:00 ET on FloH, and it’s hosted by the Hawks at OceanFirst Bank Center in West Long Branch, NJ. Get ready to place your bets! This Coastal Athletic Association conference matchup has an over/under of 140.5 points, and Monmouth is favored to win by -6 at home vs. Campbell.

CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VS MONMOUTH HAWKS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Campbell Fighting Camels +6

This game will be played at OceanFirst Bank Center at 7:00 ET on Thursday, February 15th.

WHY BET THE CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS:

  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 74-70 in favor of the Hawks.
  • Even though we have Monmouth winning straight-up, we like Campbell at +6.
  • The over/under is currently sitting at 140.5 points, and we like the over with a projected 144 points.

Can the Fighting Camels Grab a Win in West Long Branch?

As the underdog, Campbell has a record of 5-9 this season. Over their last 10 road games, they have gone 3-7, and they are 3-8 on the road this season. They are coming off a 95-77 win over Stony Brook.

So far this year, Campbell is 12-13, and they are 6-6 in the Coastal Athletic Association. They have gone 6-7 in non-conference games.

As the underdog, Campbell has a solid ATS record of 9-5 this season. Over their last 10 games as the underdog, the Fighting Camels have gone 7-3 vs. the spread. On the road, Campbell has an ATS mark of 6-5 this year and they are 2-1 ATS in their last 3 road games.

This season, the over/under record for Campbell games is 12-9-1. The average scoring total in their games is 137.5 points, which is 2.2 points higher than the average over/under line of 135.3. Today’s over/under line of 140.5 is higher than the average scoring total in their games, and over their last three games, their over/under record is 3-0.

The Campbell offense is coming off a game in which they scored 95 points vs. Stony Brook. Overall their field goal percentage was 64.4% while connecting on 10 threes. Currently leading the team in scoring is Anthony Dell’orso who comes into today’s matchup averaging 18.2. Laurynas Vaitaras also heads into the game with a PPG average of 10.7.

The Fighting Camels’ defense is presently ranked 90th nationally, allowing an average of 68.7 points per contest. Campbell’s three-point defense is currently 172nd in the country at 7.6 made threes per game. In terms of overall field goal percentage, opponets have hit 38.7% of their shots vs. Campbell.

Will the Monmouth Defense Show Up at Home?

Monmouth has been a completely different team at home compared to on the road this season. They are 12-1 at home, compared to just 1-11 on the road. They have won 12 straight games at home, and their average scoring margin is +5.0.

Overall, Monmouth is 13-12 this season, and they are 6-6 in Coastal Athletic Association games. They are coming off a 77-65 loss to Northeastern, and they are 8-0 this season when favored.

As the favorite this season, Monmouth has gone 5-3 vs. the spread. Over their last 10 games as the favorite, the Hawks have an ATS record of 5-5. At home, Monmouth is 9-4 vs. the spread this year and their ATS mark at home over their last 10 games is 7-3.

Monmouth’s over/under record for the season is 12-11-2 and today’s over/under line of 140.5 is lower than the average over/under line in their games (143.4). So far, 12 of their games have finished with more points than today’s OU line. In their last three games, the over/under record is 1-1-1 and the average scoring total in those games is 146 points.

In their most recent game, the Monmouth offense put up just 65 points vs. the Northeastern Huskies. Overall, they are now averaging 71.4 points per game which is 287th in the country. Xander Rice is currently the leading scorer for the team, entering today’s matchup with an average of 21.2. Meanwhile, Jack Collins also brings a PPG average of 10.2 into the game.

Coming into today’s game, the Monmouth defense is giving up an average of 72.7 points per contest. In today’s game vs. Campbell, the Monmouth defense will be looking to do a better job avoiding putting opponents on the line. In their last game, Monmouth made 17 free-throws vs. the Hawks.