Binghamton got the much-needed road win in their last matchup against the Stony Brook Seawolves. The men's basketball team returned home on January 25, hoping to be victorious again as they faced the University of New Hampshire.

The Wildcats battled for the lead back and forth several times during the first half. Sean Sutherlin got into double digits with 11 points. Marque Maultsby had eight and Josh Hopkins attained seven as New Hampshire amassed 30 points.

Binghamton led for the majority of the half, but couldn't pull far enough away for a comfortable lead. George Tinsley and Sam Sessoms each had nine and Richard Caldwell Jr. chipped in six as the Bearcats held onto a slim 32-30 lead going into the break.

New Hampshire continued to be aggressive in the second half. Eventually, they managed to take the lead towards the end of the game. Josh Hopkins finished with 23, Marque Maultsby ended with 16 and Sean Sutherlin notched 15 as the Wildcats tallied 77 for the game.

Binghamton traded blows with New Hampshire, but they couldn't knock them out. Sam Sessoms recorded 28, George Tinsley scored 13 and Richard Caldwell Jr. was one rebound away from a double-double with 10 points and nine boards. As a result, the Bearcats fell by a final score of 77-69.

The men's record falls to 2-5 in the conference and 8-12 overall. They will look to right the ship before going on the road for their next game on January 29 to face the University of Hartford.