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The UMaine men's basketball losing skid is now five straight games after a Sunday afternoon home loss to Binghamton 65-54. 

The Bearcats went on a 14-2 run with about 13-minutes left in the game to break it open. Timmy Rose and Willie Rogriguez led the change with three-pointers.

Maine came back on Binghamton late to make it 57-52 with about four minutes to play but the Bears could never get closer.

Rose had a career high 20 points to lead the Bearcats.

Wes Myers led Maine with 22. No other player was in double digit scoring.

The Bears now sit at 1-7 in America East, 5-18 overall.

Binghamton is 3-5 and 12-11.