The former walk-on leads the country with 28 field goals made and has converted all 57 of his point-after opportunities.
Sessoms leads Binghamton in scoring, minutes played, assists and steals.
Stewart has played in five games this season for the Bearcats. Bruce has not played all season.
Freshman guard Sam Sessoms continues to shine for Binghamton, scoring a game-high 22 points including six three-pointers.
Rebecca Carmody and Olivia Ramil each recorded double-doubles in the loss for the Bearcats.
Vestal’s Dan Mansfield (Binghamton) and Luke Barney (Le Moyne) signed their national letters of intent on Wednesday.
“He came in here with an expectation to win every game and he plays that way, he practices that way,” said Army head coach Jeff Monken.
Brissett notched his second double-double of the season with 21 points and 14 rebounds
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