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Binghamton edges UAlbany men’s basketball

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Binghamton edges UAlbany men’s basketball

BINGHAMTON, NY (NEWS10) -- The University at Albany men's basketball team fell to in-state rival Binghamton Thursday night on the road, 57-69.

Key Stat Lines

  • Amar'e Marshall led the Great Danes in scoring with 14 points, going 5-21 from the field and 4-5 from the charity stripe.
  • Sebastian Thomas, who returned to the game after leaving minutes into the second half, finished with 13 points while leading the team in assists with nine.
  • Aaron Reddish took in a team-high 10 rebounds.
  • Binghamton out-rebounded UAlbany, 48-31.
  • UAlbany shot 31.3% (20-64) from the field and 23.5% (8-34) from three. Binghamton shot 49.1% (28-57) from the field and went just 2-13 from three.

Head Coach Dwayne Killings"Our effort today wasn't worth of wining. We gave up 50 points in the paint, we're out-rebounded 48-31. We have to find a way to adjust with the way our roster is constructed… No excuses, we need to find a way."

How it Happened:

  • Binghamton took a 7-5 advantage into the first break. Marcus Filene got UAlbany on the board to start before Sebastian Thomas buried a three to tie the game at five.
  • An 11-4 run propelled the Great Danes ahead 16-11 midway through the first half. UAlbany relied on Thomas' hot hand to start, going 3-4 from deep.
  • The Bearcats took the lead back, ahead 24-22 with six minutes remaining. 20 of Binghamton's first 24 points came in the paint.
  • Binghamton took a 35-32 lead into the locker room at the half. UAlbany started the game shooting 38.7% (12-31) from the field and 33.3% (6-18) from three. Binghamton shot 51.7% (15-29) from the field and went just 1-6 from three.
  • Thomas led all scorers with 11 points at the break, going 3-6 from deep.
  • Binghamton out-rebounded UAlbany in the first half, 20-15.
  • UAlbany allowed 28 points in the paint in the first half.
  • Binghamton used an 8-2 run to start the second half to extend the lead to 43-34. UAlbany started just 1-5 from the field, going 0-3 from deep.
  • The scoreboard read 48-40 in favor of the Bearcats with 12:25 remaining. After leading the Great Danes in scoring in the first half, Sebastian Thomas was taken out of the game due to injury just a few minutes into the second.
  • BU's lead remained at eight with 7:32 remaining. Amar'e Marshall became the second Great Dane to reach double figures, tying Thomas at 11. Aaron Reddish filled with six.
  • A 9-2 Binghamton cushioned their lead 63-46 with just a few minutes of play remaining.
  • UAlbany shot 24.2% (8-33) from the field and went just 2-16 from three in the second half. Binghamton went 46.4% (13-28) from the field and 1-7 from three.

Next: The Great Danes return to Broadview Center next Thursday for a home matchup against NJIT. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:00 p.m.



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