Tillotson carries Colgate past Binghamton 93-64

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Sophomore Auston Tillotson had a perfect game shooting on his way to a career-high 25 point, leading Colgate to an easy 93-64 win over Binghamton on Sunday.

Tillotson hit all nine of his field goal attempts, including four from 3-point range, and all three of his free throws. He also had three assists and three rebounds.

Ethan Jacobs added 15 points and reserve Damon Sherman-Newsome had 14, both hitting 5 of 7 shots, helping the red-hot Raiders (4-2) shoot 67 percent from the field. Colgate was 15 of 24 behind the arc and 10 of 12 at the foul line.

Binghamton (1-6), which lost its fourth straight, was led by Marlon Beck with 14 points. Jordan Reed, who averages a team-high 15.1 points, missed all eight of his shots and finished with 1 point.


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