Sophomore guard Chauncey Gilliam came back from a concussion and scored 21 points and made a career high seven steals but the team could not get enough going on either end of the court as the men’s basketball team fell to Binghamton, 81-61.
Binghamton freshman Dylan Talley scored a career high 22 points against UMBC in their last outing, this time he set a new mark, scoring 25 in just 27 minutes of action.
Junior Mahamoud Jabbi also set a career high so 20 points while also grabbing 11 rebounds.
After missing their first few shots, UMBC fell behind 8-0, and the game was essentially over already. The closest they got after that was withing three, but it only took Binghamton three minutes to get a double-digit lead that would last the rest of the game.
The closest UMBC would get in the second half was 15.
They will finish their regular season at New Hampshire on Wednesday, February 24.