A tumultuous shooting performance by the Binghamton women’s basketball team on Wednesday night led to a 61-43 loss to Vermont, which precludes the Bearcats (5-23, 4-11 America East) from finishing with an America East tournament seed higher than sixth.
The Binghamton University women’s basketball team found itself in two entirely different games at the ASU Classic over the weekend, but the ultimate result of each was familiar to the young Bearcats, who fell 60-35 to host Arizona State University and 58-56 to University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
A splendid start turned sour for the Binghamton University women’s basketball team as turnovers spoiled the Bearcats’ quest for a season-opening win against St. Bonaventure University on Saturday afternoon.
Goals are something that Binghamton University has prayed for over the last couple of weeks, and Thursday night the dam finally burst as the Bearcats put three past the University of Maryland, Baltimore County to win 3-0. But even though Binghamton finally earned a conference win, University at Albany locked up America East’s sixth and final postseason berth with a tie on Thursday afternoon, effectively precluding Binghamton and UMBC from reaching the conference tournament.
An inability to score goals has cost the Binghamton University women’s soccer team in the past few games, and the dilemma was further compounded Thursday night as the home side fell 1-0 to University at Albany.
Shutouts have been a common occurrence for the Binghamton University women’s soccer team in 2012, and the trend continued this weekend, as the Bearcats were blanked by Marist College and University of Hartford. Binghamton is now 4-4 in shutouts.