BALTIMORE, Md. – All in all, it was a milestone night for the Binghamton women's basketball team.
Erasing a 20-point, second-quarter deficit, the Bearcats (10-15, 5-7 AE) rallied to defeat UMBC (8-16, 1-10 AE) 58-46 in an America East women's basketball game on Wednesday night at the UMBC Events Center. The victory represented the largest comeback in Binghamton's 18-year NCAA Division I era.
Two individual players also stamped their names in the record book. Senior forward Rebecca Carmody, who finished with 12 points, nine rebounds and four assists, became the 17th player in program history to reach the 1,000-point mark for her career. Junior guard Karlee Krchnavi, meanwhile, grabbed a career-high 19 rebounds – the most by a Binghamton player since 2001 – to go along with a team-best 16 points.