HARTFORD, Conn. -- Joe Zeglinski scored 16 points and hit the game-winning 3-pointer to lift Hartford to a 64-63 win over Binghamton on Thursday night.
Trailing 61-51 with 4:52 left, the Hawks (5-15, 3-3 America East Conference) used a 10-point run, capped by a Zeglinski layup, to tie the game with 40 seconds to go.
After Greer Wright's layup put Binghamton up 63-61 with 23 seconds remaining, Zeglinski hit his 3 with 17 seconds left. Chretien Lukusa missed a potential game-winning layup with 3 seconds on the clock and Charles White rebounded for Hartford, which has won three of its last four games.
Binghamton (7-13, 2-3), the defending America East champ, has lost three of its last four.
Wright and Dylan Talley, who returned after missing five games with an upper leg injury, led the Bearcats with 17 each.