Coming off the biggest win in three years, the Binghamton University Bearcats fell to UMass Lowell 71-59 shooting just 38.2% compared to the previous game's 53.2% in the win over UNH. While shooting problems happen to all teams, the key to still picking up a win is to keep the defense strong. Head Coach Tommy Dempsey says that too often, his team seems to let the tempo of the offense dictate the play of the defense.
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