ITHACA, N.Y. -- Marlon Beck scored 27 points to lead Binghamton over host Cornell 89-79 on Wednesday night.
Binghamton took its first lead with 1:53 left in the game off a Beck steal and lay-up to make it 79-77. Cornell couldn't answer and only scored two points in the final 2 minutes.
Cornell took a 13 point lead into halftime after shooting 58 percent. Binghamton was able to hang around with the Big Red thanks to 27 points from the free-throw line compared to nine for Cornell.
It was Binghamton's first win in 14 games dating back to last season. Cornell has lost eight straight.
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