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|Volleyball rallies past Albany 3-2 in America East debut|
The win marks the first time that Binghamton has rallied from two games down to win a match since defeating Bentley 3-2 on Oct. 31, 1999.
"This is a good way to start our conference schedule," head coach Glenn Kiriyama said. "Our passing improved as the match went on. We were also able to dig better in the later games."
different players registered double-digit kills, led by sophomore
Jennifer Smith (North Tonawanda, N.Y.), who had 13 kills.
Second-year middle hitter Anne Crocus (Bethlehem, Pa./Freedom)
produced 12 kills and a match-high eight blocks. Crocus leads
the entire conference in blocks with a 1.6 per-game average.
Sophomore setter Glorimar Ortega (Naranjito, Puerto Rico/Bayamon Academy) collected career-high 46 assists, 10 digs, eight kills and four blocks.
Albany was led by freshman Alexis Bowens, who put down a match-high 31 kills in 71 attempts (.310). Sophomore setter Jill Dombrowski had a match-high 53 assists.
Binghamton will next travel to Orono, Maine on Sunday for a conference match against Maine.
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