Binghamton beats Division III Misericordia 107-64
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BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) Freshman Sam Sessoms six Binghamton players, including all five starters, in double-figures with 18 points and Binghamton beat Division III Misericordia 107-64 on Monday night.
Sessoms scored 15 points in the first half to help Binghamton build a 54-41 halftime lead. The Bearcats shot 58.8 percent in the half, including 7 of 12 3-pointers. Six different Binghamton players made a 3-pointer in the half.
Chancellor Barnard added 15 points, Richard Caldwell Jr. had 13, J.C. Show 12 and Caleb Stewart 10 for Binghamton (1-2). Albert Odero came off the bench and scored 12. The Bearcats were 14 of 26 from distance - with makes from eight different players.
Misericordia made the first basket of the game and tied it at 11, but Binghamton took a 10-point lead after 11 minutes and mostly led by double-figures the rest of the half. The Cougars finished at 34-percent shooting.
Updated November 12, 2018