Immediate Release: October 5, 2008
The Bearcats have now won three matches in a row and are 2-0 in conference and 7-11 overall.
Binghamton posted a season-high 18 blocks in the match and held Hartford to a -.128 hitting percentage, while also forcing 36 errors.
"The blocking was the best part of our game today," head coach Glenn Kiriyama said. "We really keyed in on their hitters and read their sets to put us in an optimal position to make some blocks."
Aiding Lammert on the defensive side of the net was sophomore Anna Lejina, who had a career-high eight blocks to go along with a match-high 11 kills.
Sophomore setter Lindsey Mueller posted five blocks and a match-high 25 assists and senior hitter Ashley Allen knocked down four shots to go along with eight kills. Allen swung at a solid .615 hitting percentage in the match (8-0-13).
Binghamton will continue its five match home stand next weekend, hosting Maine on Friday and New Hampshire on Saturday.
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