Immediate Release: September 20, 2008
Rice was paced by Natalie Bogan's 13 kills and held a 46-34 advantage over Binghamton in that category.
"We had a tough time stopping their offense," head coach Glenn Kiriyama said. "They hit very well and they also out-dug us."
After posting 22 kills against Hofstra earlier today, sophomore Anna Lejina added 15 more kills and hit at a .343 clip in this afternoon's match. The sophomore transfer posted 45 kills on the weekend (4.50/s) and was the lone Bearcat to be selected for the all-tournament team.
Sophomore Michelle McDonough was second on the team with eight kills while posting a team-high nine digs.
"We're working hard right now and are looking forward to get back in the gym and work on a few things," Kiriyama said.
Binghamton will next travel to Siena for a televised game on Wednesday night at 7 p.m.
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