The BU women's basketball team has been on fire this season as they are currently undefeated with a 5-0 record. The Bearcats continued their road trip on November 23 as they traveled to Teaneck, New Jersey to face the Knights of Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Farleigh Dickinson was short-handed in size due to injuries, but that did not stop them from putting up 22 points in the first half. Rachael Niles led the team with eight points. Maria Roters chipped in five and Sierra DeAngelo had four.

Binghamton continued their strong shooting as Kai Moon put up 13 in the first half. This gave her over 1,000 carer points after needing nine coming into the game. Olivia Ramil added six and Karlee Krchnavi tallied five as the Bearcats led 28-22 at the half.

The Knights came close a few times in the second half, cutting into the deficit and getting it down to as little as four points. Rachael Niles ended the game with 13 points and four rebounds. Maria Roters scored 10 and grabbed five boards. Sierra DeAngelo tallied nine and Elise Graham chipped in eight to give the team a total of 48.

The Bearcats managed to bend but not break as they fought off Farleigh Dickinson coming out of halftime. Kai Moon capped off her 1,000 career point game with 22 points and five rebounds. Olivia Ramil poured in 14 while snatching four boards. Annie Ramil added another six in the scoring column and was also a hard worker on the glass as she snagged eight. As a result, BU wins its sixth straight game by a final score of 60-48. This is the best record in the program's Division I history. The team will return home on Wednesday, November 27 as they will host the Bonnies of St. Bonnaventure.