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Chris Eyring got Niagara on the board at the 17:20 mark, as he tipped in a pass from teammate Jordan McMullen. At the 21:10 mark, Michael Burger extended the lead to 2-0, as he headed in a corner kick by teammate Adam Caruso.
The Bearcats struck back just 43 seconds into the second half on an unassisted goal by senior defender Michael Procknal (Williamsville, N.Y./ Williamsville), but could draw no closer. Binghamton outshot the Purple Eagles 13-8 but Niagara goalie Dan OShea made seven saves to preserve the win.
Binghamtons next game is Saturday at Albany at 1 p.m.
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Binghamton 13, Niagara 8
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