Opportunity will be knocking for Bearcats basketball at Binghamton University Events Center on Sunday as Binghamton hosts St. Peter's. The game starts at 2:00 EST. Overall, the Bearcats have a record of 0-4. The Peacocks maintain a record of 3-0. While Binghamton is 0-1 playing at home, St. Peter's has a road record of 2-0.
St. Peter's has an edge over Binghamton in two stats. The Peacocks top the Bearcats in shooting, 46% to 37%. St. Peter's is also better at scoring, 62 pts/game to 55 pts/game. Last year, the Peacocks won 66-43. Over four years, Binghamton has gone 0-2 against St. Peter's, and 0-1 at home.
StatSmack! Binghamton is better than St. Peter's
- Binghamton is bigger. The average weight of the top 8 players on Binghamton is 208 lbs compared to 199 lbs for St. Peter's.
- The Binghamton basketball team finishes what they start, with a better graduation rate than St. Peter's (100% vs 70%).
- The Binghamton scoring leader (Ben Dickinson) has more points than the St. Peter's scoring leader (Darius Conley).
- The Binghamton assist leader (Jimmy Gray) has more assists than the St. Peter's assist leader (Blaise Ffrench).
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