Fuller leads Binghamton over New Hampshire

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VESTAL, N.Y. (AP)—Reggie Fuller scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to pace Binghamton to a 70-69 overtime win over New Hampshire on Sunday in America East basketball.

The Bearcats (19-8, 12-3) didn’t make a field goal and missed four free throws in overtime in front of a crowd of the university said was a record 5,222.

Emanuel Mayben, who finished with 15 points, forced the overtime with a three-pointer with 26 seconds in regulation, capping an eight-point rally and tying the game at 64-64.

Alvin Abreu scored 23 points for New Hampshire (11-15, 6-8), Tyrece Gibbs had 20 and Tyrone Conley scored 12.

In overtime, a pair of D.J. Rivera free throws put Binghamton ahead 70-67 with 1:16 left. He finished with 21 for the Bearcats.

Eric Gilchrese made two New Hampshire free throws with 26 seconds left to close within 70-69. After two missed free throws by Binghamton’s Brandon Herbert, Gilchrese’s jumper missed with four seconds left and went out of bounds.

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Alvin Abreu Alvin Abreu
8-18,  23 Pts
4 Rebs, 3 Assists
Reggie Fuller Reggie Fuller
7-11,  22 Pts
10 Rebs, 1 Assists

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