Site: XL Center, Hartford.
Time: 7 p.m.
TV: SNY (Bob Picozzi, Tim Welsh)
Radio: WTIC-AM 1080 (Joe D'Ambrosio, Wayne Norman)
Series history: UConn, 90-25. Last meeting: UConn, 62-55, at Gampel on Nov. 30, 2010
Streaks: New Hampshire L3, UConn W1
New Hampshire (2-3)
5 JORDAN BRONNER G, 6-0, Jr., 6.0 ppg.: Has a 6-1 ratio of assists to turnovers
3 CHANDLER RHODES G, 6-4, Sr., 13.0: Scored career-best 21 vs. NJIT
14 PATRICK KONAN, F, 6-6, Jr., 13.2: Getting 5.4 rebounds a game
33 CHRIS MATAGRANO, F, 6-9, Sr., 6.6: Shooting 61.5 percent from floor
44 CHRIS PELCHER, C, 6-10, Jr., 12.0: First career double-double (17 pts. 11 rebs.) vs. NJIT
15 FERG MYRICK, F, 6-6, Sr., 11.8: Playing 24.6 minutes off bench, 7.2 rebounds
13 SHABAZZ NAPIER G, 6-1, Jr., 20.8: Has 100 points in last five games, 88 in second halves
11 RYAN BOATRIGHT, G, 6-0, So., 12.8: Has eight steals, 17 turnovers
21 OMAR CALHOUN G/F, 6-3, Fr., 10.0: Shooting 42.1 percent on three-pointers
10 TYLER OLANDER, C, 6-9, Jr., 5.0: Has 12 blocked shots
2 DeANDRE DANIELS, F, 6-8, So., 8.5: Has 10 blocks, six steals
5 NIELS GIFFEY F, 6-7, Jr., 5.5: Career-best 15 points, eight rebounds vs. Stony Brook
What To Watch
On the rebound:: UConn has been outrebounded in all six of its games. New Hampshire, with its big front line, by America East standards, could pose a challenge on the boards.
Frontcourt scoring: UConn got a little more offense from the frontcourt against Stony Brook, and strives for more balance.
Missing in action: R.J. Evans has been a spark off the bench for UConn, but he is still out with a collar-bone injury. Leon Tolksdorf (knee) will return for this game.
Long history: UConn and New Hampshire have been playing basketball since 1905. New Hampshire won the first 10; UConn has won 90 of the last 105.
XL Excellence: UConn has won its first game at the Civic Center/XL Center each of the last 24 seasons, last losing an opener in Hartford on Dec. 6, 1987, against Virginia.