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UAlbany shows off its depth

UAlbany's Margarita Rosario, right, and  team mate Sarah Royals, try to block a pass by Binghamton's Vaneeshia Paulk at the 2014 America East Tournament at SEFCU Arena Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
UAlbany's Margarita Rosario, right, and team mate Sarah Royals, try to block a pass by Binghamton's Vaneeshia Paulk at the 2014 America East Tournament at SEFCU Arena Friday.
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Star players in the starting lineup usually play a major role in the success of a championship team, but sometimes, a high-energy bench can be just as important.

With Binghamton giving the two-time defending champion University at Albany women’s basketball team all it could handle, the Great Danes used 30 points from bench standouts Imani Tate, a freshman, and Sarah Royals, a junior, to finally pull away from the Bearcats, 77-59, in the opening ...

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