It must be a communicable disease as the Maine Women caught it from the Men as they lost in the same fashion as the Men did Saturday against Binghamton. Both teams had a double digit lead at the half of both games only to see Both Binghamton Teams rally to win the game in the second half.
Actually, statiscally Maine played its best game of the season as they dropped to 0-5 in the Conference and 1-17 overall for the season.
They committed only 11 turnovers and had been averaging over 20 per game and they only committed 13 personal fouls and had been averaging over 20 per game.
Maine shot a very much improved 3 point percentage as they went 9 for 18 from beyond the arc for 50% after going 2 for 23 in their last game. They still are shooting below 28% for the season including todays game.
Bodine was 5 for 9 and Wood was 2 for 2 to lead Maine in the 3 point game today.
Maine shot a solid 44% from the floor on 24 for 55 and Binghamton was 26 for 55 for 47% from the floor. Binghamton also was 7 for 15 from behind the 3 point line for 47%.
Both teams struggled at the foul line as they both went 8 for 15 for just 53%
Jensen lead Binghamton with 15 points and 3 other New Yorkers had doublre figures, while Wood lead all scorers with 20 points and Bodine added 15 points.