BALTIMORE -- Joe Sherburne scored 15 points with nine rebounds and seven assists, leading UMBC to a 68-49 defeat of Binghamton Wednesday night, reaching three milestones during the game.
Sherburne, a graduate student, became the third UMBC player in Division I to reach 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 200 assists in a career. He set a school record by starting his 113th game.
The Retrievers (10-9, 2-2 America East) held Binghamton to 49 points -- the fewest allowed in coach Ryan Odom's 81 games.
UMBC led 31-23 at halftime and, after an early Binghamton bucket, Lamar started a 9-0 run with a midrange jumper and a 3-pointer.
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