Camara leads Binghamton over Albany 62-57
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP)—Moussa Camara scored a career-high 24 points and Greer Wright had 11 points and 11 rebounds as Binghamton held off Albany (N.Y.) 62-57 in the America East Conference opener for both teams Thursday night.
Binghamton (6-10) took control with a 26-4 run in the first half, keyed by four 3-pointers by Camara, and led 36-25 at halftime.
The Great Danes (5-11) made a run in the final 2 minutes behind the 3-point shooting of Will Harris, who finished with 16 points. Harris’ second 3-pointer cut the margin to five with 1:07 left and his 26-footer with 40 seconds to go closed the gap to 57-54.
The Bearcats, defending America East champions, hit 5 of 8 free throws in the final 34 seconds to seal the win.
Binghamton outrebounded Albany 41-28.
Freshman Mike Black had a career-high 18 points for the Great Danes, who dropped their conference opener for the third straight year.
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