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America East tournament

Thursday, March 8: First Round
No. 8 Albany 64, No. 9 New Hampshire 61

Friday, March 9: Quarterfinals
No. 7 UMBC 67, No. 2 Stony Brook 64
No. 3 Vermont 70, No. 6 Maine 57
No. 1 Hartford 60, No. 8 Albany 50
No. 4 Binghamton 63, No. 5 Boston U. 58

Saturday, March 10: Semifinals
No. 7 UMBC 67, No. 3 Vermont 56
No. 1 Hartford 56, No. 4 Binghamton 46

Sunday, March 11: Championship
No. 7 UMBC 48, No. 1 Hartford 46

Laura Sario led the Bearcats in scoring in the come-from-behind victory against Boston University during the America East women’s basketball tournament. The women’s championships, held at the Events Center for the first time, drew nearly 5,000 fans for games played March 8-11.
Elizabeth Fielder of the cheer team soars during a time out.
Binghamton players huddle March 10 before taking the floor against Hartford.
Head coach Rich Conover gives instruction during a time out in the second half of the semifinal game.
Binghamton senior Shea Kenny, left, hugs teammate Rebecka Lindgren, also a senior, after the Bearcats came from behind to beat Boston University. Laura Sario, right, watches.
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Last Updated: 10/14/08