After a 10 point win against Lafayette College on November 8, the Binghamton University women's team hosted Bloomsburg University at the event center on November 12. If the Bearcats were victorious over the Huskies, it would give the team its first 3-0 start in over 21 years.

It was a rough first half for Bloomsburg. Lauren Oeth had six points for the Huskies and was the only player with over five points. Taylor Montana led the team in rebounding with four rebounds.

For the hometown Bearcats, Kai Moon was lighting it up. She had 13 points by herself with three shots buried from downtown. Carly Boland and Annie Ramil each chipped in with six points and four rebounds apiece. BU led 39-13 at the half.

In the second half of the game, Bloomsburg's McKenna Hayward managed to get into double digits with 11 points, leading the team in scoring. Lauren Oeth finished with eight points and Emma Gochnauer tallied seven points and grabbed five boards as well.

For the home team, Carly Boland eclipsed 600 career points as she finished the game with 16 points, four rebounds, and three assists. Kai Moon ended the game with 21 points and over 954 career points which tied her for 19th all-time in program history. Annie Ramil and Kaylee Wasco each added in eight points for a 70-45 final score in a victory for the Bearcats. This win moves the women's team to 3-0, the best start for the program in over 21 years. They will look to improve to 4-0 on Saturday, November 16 as they take on Sacred Heart.