Wright leads Binghamton past Stony Brook 64-62
VESTAL, N.Y. (AP)—Greer Wright scored a career-high 27 points and hit a 15-foot jumper with 1.8 seconds left to lift Binghamton to a 64-62 win over Stony Brook on Tuesday night.
Wright split a double-team before making the shot for the Bearcats (7-11, 2-1 America East Conference), who have won three of their past four games and snapped the Seawolves’ four-game winning streak.
Bryan Dougher, who was 7-for-12 from 3-point range for Stony Brook (11-6, 3-1), tied the game at 62 on a 3-pointer with 9 seconds left. After Wright’s shot, Dougher barely missed a desperation 52-footer at the buzzer. The shot banked off the backboard and off the front rim.
Wright, who was 11-for-19 from the floor, scored nine points in the final 4:11.
Moussa Camara contributed 12 points for the Bearcats and Chretien Lukusa had 11 points.
Dougher led the Seawolves with 21 points and Muhammad El-Amin had 16.
- Wright leads Binghamton past Stony Brook 64-62
- How Frank Martin and his sideline fury turned South Carolina into a winner
- Gonzaga Final Four outlook
- South Carolina Final Four outlook
- Elation and agony: UNC dramatically flips script from last year while UK suffers brutal '92 flashback
- Unlikely hero lifts UNC to a record 20th Final Four
- CBS Columbus affiliate cuts away from North Carolina-Kentucky finish, viewers miss winning shot
- South Carolina surprises again, advances to first Final Four
- Joel Berry injury: Roy Williams 'scared to death' over health of point guard's ankle
- Oregon Final Four outlook
- North Carolina Final Four outlook
- Where does South Carolina rank among the most surprising Final Four teams?
- Final Four storylines: Droughts end, the West returns and defense triumphs
- Final Four game times, matchups, TV schedule, betting odds set
- Luke Maye's dramatic last-second jumper sends North Carolina to the Final Four
- Recently fired Tom Crean attends Indiana women's basketball game