Release: February 17, 2010
BOSTON -- Boston University (15-12, 10-5 AE) built a 19-point halftime lead and cruised past visiting Binghamton (11-17, 6-7 AE) 93-51 Wednesday night from Agganis Arena. The loss was the Bearcats' fourth straight - all on the road.
The Terriers took command with 49% shooting in the first half and then scored the first nine points of the second half to blow the game wide open. Boston shot 62% in the second half while the Bearcats struggled to 28% shooting (7-of-25).
Boston put four players in double figures, led by senior guard Carlos Strong's game-high 23 points.
Binghamton trailed by 11 before even breaking a sweat - the third straight game BU looked sluggish out of the gate. Boston led 15-4 just 4:35 into the contest before a 10-2 Bearcat run cut the margin to three, 17-14. But the Terriers rattled off a 13-4 run to restore its double-digit lead. After Wright's three-point play pulled Binghamton to within nine, 30-21, with 4:45 left, Boston closed the half on a 14-4 run to build a commanding 44-25 cushion.
Binghamton returns home to host UMBC Sunday afternoon.
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