Binghamton would pick up their second conference win of the year in a 15-6 victory over UMass Lowell at the Bearcats Sports Complex. 

A win both on and off the field today as the team honored former goalie Robert Martin as part of their mental health awareness game. Martin passed away on April 1, 2022. Head Coach Kevin McKeown says he is proud of the effort the team had today. 

"I was proud the effort we put forth today and also proud of the cause that we were out here for today, for for mental health and honoring Robert Martin."

The Bearcats would jump out early scoring seven goals of the first ten between the two sides, and Binghamton would hold on to a 9-4 lead at the half.

Binghamton would excel on the offensive end while at the same time locking down the defensive end outscoring the River Hawks 6-2 while only allowing UMass Lowell to seven shots on goal in the second half. 

Ethan Insinga and Matthew Keegan would lead the way for Binghamton who each tallied four points a piece, six other Bearcats would register multi-point games.

Binghamton is back in action on Saturday April 6 on the road at the University of Vermont, the Bearcats back home on April 13 when they will host UMBC.