One of Binghamton University's long-time rivals topped the Binghamton Bearcats in women's basketball on Saturday afternoon at the Events Center.  The Stony Brook Seawolves were down 35-27 at the half but used torrid three-point shooting to come from behind and defeat Binghamton 74-59.  The Seawolves shot 75 percent from beyond the arc going 12-16 to fuel their comeback. The loss evens Binghamton's conference record at 7-7 and puts them into a tie with Hartford for fifth place.  The Bearcats host the Hawks Thursday night at 7 PM at the Events Center.

Binghamton forward Alyssa James had a superb game recording a rare triple-double.  James scored 16 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had 11 blocks.  The 11 blocks set a new school and America East record and broke the mark that James set last season.  It is the most blocks by a Division I player this year.

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Imani Watkins scored a game-high 29 points putting her season average at 19.1 points per game which is second in America East.  Carly Boland also hit for double figures to finish with 10 points.