Immediate Release: October 16, 2009
The Retrievers won the first two sets before Binghamton fought back to take sets three and four before UMBC became the victors in the 15-9 final set.
"The first couple games were very tight," head coach Glenn Kiriyama said. "If we would have been able to get some of those points, this match could have gone a different way."
The Retrievers blocked nine BU attempts and forced 21 Binghamton errors.
"They are a very good blocking team, which made it a tough time for our hitters," Kiriyama said.
Binghamton will next welcome in Stony Brook on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Notes: Mueller and McDonough each accomplished some impressive career milestones in the match tonight ... Mueller went over the 3,000 assist mark and McDonough surpassed 900 kills ... Mueller now has 3,039 career assists and McDonough has 911 career kills.
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