Immediate Release: November 20, 2009
"We played well," head coach Glenn Kiriyama said. "Our blockers did an excellent job of getting their hands on a lot of balls. Everyone did a really great job today. We improved a lot since the last time we played them. We are happy to get the win and move into the finals tomorrow."
New Hampshire led 18-14 in the first set, before Binghamton went on a 11-3 run on the strength of three aces by Lejina and closed out the first set in come-from-behind fashion.
BU was able to control the second set after jumping out to a 15-8 edge. The third set was the tightest. Binghamton led throughout but held a close 18-17 advantage. BU then went on a 7-3 run to close the set and take the match.
New Hampshire was paced by Lindsay Fogarty's 10 kills.
Binghamton will face No. 1 seeded Albany tomorrow at 1 p.m. in the conference championship game.
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