Bearcats confident heading into home game with Albany
2/18/2014 (Updated 11:08:53 PM)
VESTAL -- The Binghamton University Bearcats are definitely on the same team that took the floor for the first game of the year against Loyola on November 8th. That team was young, inexperience, and untested. Now, they're still young but they've matured and learned a lot about playing Division I basketball.
Last month, the Bearcats lost to the Albany Great Danes on the road 66-60. It was a close came that the team felt they could have won, but a few bad bounces can change everything. In that game, the Bearcats were without Jordan Reed and Magnus Richards. The Great Danes come to the Events Center on Wednesday for a 7:00 tip off and this time around Reed and Richards will be suited up and ready to go. Adding those two, despite not having Nick Madray in the lineup, is a big confidence boost to the team.
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