Binghamton’s Dusan Perovic Out For The Season

Binghamton’s chances in the America East saw another setback as the school confirmed that they will be without their top scorer.

Freshman Dusan Perovic, who leads the team with 11.5 points per game, will miss the remainder of the season after tearing the ACL in his right knee on Monday at practice.

The Bearcats will surely miss his scoring touch, his 34 point effort at Boston University set the school’s Division I record for points in a game. He also is the team’s current leader in three-point field goal percentage (45.3%) in 15 games. The 6’9″ freshman missed Binghamton’s game on Dec. 30 against Buffalo after suffering a concussion in practice.

The team is already without junior Jordan Reed, who left the team in December after taking an indefinite leave of absence. They have also been without as sophomore Nick Madray, who has not played since Dec. 20 where he suffered a sprained ankle.

The Bearcats are 1-15 and have lost their last 13 games. They continue America East play on Wednesday at Hartford.

Ryan Restivo wrote the America East conference preview for the 2014-15 Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook. He covers the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, the America East conference and Hofstra for Big Apple Buckets. You can follow Ryan on Twitter @ryanarestivo or contact Ryan at rrestivo[at]

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