BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Darius Quisenberry scored 14 points and Youngstown State beat Binghamton 58-48 on Saturday.
Covington drained a 3-pointer midway through the first half and the Penguins led the rest of the way, building to a 26-17 advantage at the break.
A Simmons' 3-pointer capped a 9-6 surge to start the second half, stretching the Penguins lead to 35-23. Binghamton cut it to 37-30 with 11:43 to play but Quisenberry replied with a 3 to put Youngstown State back into a double-figure lead, 40-30, and the Penguins cruised from there.
Youngstown State had a 43-30 rebounding edge over Binghamton.
Caleb Stewart scored 15 points with nine rebounds and four blocked shots to lead the Bearcats (3-8).
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