BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — Jordan Reed had 20 points and 16 rebounds as Binghamton snapped an eight-game skid Saturday with a 73-58 win over Maine.

Binghamton (5-19, 2-9 America East Conference) used a 14-2 run to take a 60-47 lead with 6 minutes left.

Binghamton still remains in last place just behind Maine.

Trailing 33-32 at the break, Maine (5-18, 3-8) fell behind quickly in the second half but pulled back to within three on a Christian Ejiga layup that made it 46-43 with 10:52 left but couldn’t keep the pace.

Till Gloger and Troy Reid-Knight led the Black Bears with 15 points each.

UMASS-DARTMOUTH 66, USM 56: Wale Abraham’s 18 points led a Corsairs (13-8, 6-4) team that placed all five starters in double-digit scoring during a LEC victory over Southern Maine (6-15, 2-8) in North Dartmouth, Mass.


Tyler Penney led the Huskies with 13 points.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 94, UM-MACHIAS 60: Jordan DeRosby scored 16 points off the bench for the Seawolves (20-6, 13-2) as they downed the Clippers (13-8, 9-5) in a YSCC game at South Portland.

HAMILTON 88, BATES 64: The host Continentals (13-9, 4-4) cruised to a NESCAC win over the Bobcats (11-11, 1-7).

Luke Matarazzo and Mike Boornazian each scored 16 points for the Bobcats.

SALVE REGINA 66, UNE 60: Barret Hanlon came off the bench to spark a second-half surge that gave Salve Regina (14-7, 9-5) a CCC victory against the host Nor’easters (1-20, 1-13).

Brayden Morse scored 21 for the Nor’easters.


ST. JOSEPH’S 56, RIVIER 50: Zach Blodgett scored 17 points off the bench to lead the Monks (12-8, 11-2 GNAC) past Rivier (7-14, 4-10) in Standish..


AMHERST 5, BOWDOIN 3: Mike Cashman scored the game-winner six minutes into the third period and the host Jeffs (13-6-1, 11-3) added a late empty-netter to take a NESCAC win over Bowdoin (12-6-2, 7-6-1).

UMASS-BOSTON 4, UNE 3: Host UMass-Boston (15-4-3, 8-4-3 ECAC) scored three power-play goals in the third period to overwhelm the University of New England (8-13-1, 5-10-0).

COLBY 3, HAMILTON 2: Ben Chwick scored 1:18 into overtime to lift Colby (10-7-3, 7-6-1 NESCAC) over Hamilton (4-12-3, 3-9-2) at Amherst, Mass.

Hamilton took an early lead but the Mules fought back with second-period goals by Nick Lanza and Geoff Sullivan, with Chwick assisting on both.


BABSON 3, USM 0: Host Babson College (18-3-1, 12-2-1 ECAC) scored all of its goals in the second period while blanking the University of Southern Maine (5-12-5, 4-9-2).


UNE 72, SALVE REGINA 57: Meghan Gribbin scored 16 of her career-high 22 points in the second half as the Nor’easters (19-2, 12-1) cruised past the Sea-hawks (10-11, 8-6) in Biddeford.

HAMILTON 82, BATES 62: The Continentals (10-11, 3-5) used a 14-1 run midway through the second half to pull away from the Bobcats (7-15, 0-8) in a NESCAC game at Clinton, N.Y.

Meredith Kelly paced the Bobcats with 19 points.

UMASS-DARTMOUTH 64, USM 59: Rebecca Knight had 16 points, nine rebounds and three steals for the Huskies (14-7, 6-4), who still had their five-game winning streak snapped by the host Corsairs (12-9, 5-5) in Little East play.


SOUTHERN MAINE CC 82, UM-MACHIAS 59: Nyalieb Deng scored 16 points to pace the Seawolves (17-6, 12-1) as they cruised over the Clippers (5-16, 5-7) in South Portland.

ST. JOSEPH’S 69, RIVIER 64: Morgan Cahill scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Monks (16-5, 6-1) as they held off a late charge by the Raiders (17-4, 7-1) in a GNAC game at Standish.


VERMONT 2, MAINE 1: Victoria Andreakos scored the winner with 1:54 left in the second period as the Catamounts (13-13-4, 9-7-1) rallied for a Hockey East win over the Black Bears (5-17-5, 3-11-3) at Burlington, Vt.

Maine took a first-period lead on Emilie Brigham’s goal. Meghann Treacy made 35 saves for the Black Bears.

BOWDOIN 3, TRINITY 3: Ariana Bourque scored with 2:35 left in regulation and then assisted on Chelsea MacNeil’s goal 18 seconds later as the Polar Bears (9-8-3, 4-5-3 NESCAC) tied Trinity (10-6-4, 5-5-2) at Brunswick.

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 3, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: The Pilgrims (3-20, 3-11) scored three straight goals to rally past the Huskies (10-12-1, 7-7) at Henniker, N.H. Julia Pearl scored the Huskies’ goal.

COLBY 5, UNE 1: Jess Barkley, Kailey Buxbaum and Lauren Guarente all scored in the last 1:40 of the first period as Colby (6-11-2) took sudden control of its game against the Nor’easters (6-11-4) in Waterville.

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