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  • Sabers roll past Patriots to remain unbeaten

    The Class B #2 Ranked Susquehanna Valley Sabers beat the #14 Class AA Ranked Binghamton Patriots 73-49 on Monday Night.  Hillary Morgan and Alexis Drake led the Sabers with 12 points each, Binghamton's Annie Ramil scored a game-high 20 points. The two teams started off evenly matched on the scoreboard for the first minute or two before the Sabers up-tempo offense and shut down defense opened up a 10 point lead which stretched to a 29-8 lead after one.  29-8 became 46-12 at ...
  • Bearcats Alyssa James breaks record as BU defeats UMass Lowell

    Senior guard Imani Watkins scored 33 points and senior center Alyssa James broke the program's career blocks record as Binghamton (12-7, 3-3 AE) defeated UMass Lowell (3-16, 0-6 AE) 76-46 at the Costello Athletic Center on Sunday afternoon.

  • Binghamton Patriots hockey fall to CV Warriors

    In Broome County High School Hockey Association (BCHSHA) action, the Chenango Valley (CV) Warriors defeated the 3rd ranked Binghamton Patriots 5-3, Sunday, at the SUNY Broome Ice Center.

  • Bearcats fall to skidding UMass-Lowell, 79-71

    Visiting UMass Lowell (7-12, 1-5 America East) put five players in double figures and shot 55 percent to defeat Binghamton men's basketball (10-11, 1-5 AE) 79-71 Sunday afternoon at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.

  • STAC Wrestling Championships wrap up in Chenango Valley

    Southern Tier Athletic Conference (STAC) wrestling wrapped up in Chenango Valley High School, Saturday, crowning 15 champions in their selected weight classes in front of a ruckus crowd.

  • SUNY Broome and Davis College take to the hardwood

    Two local college basketball teams met on the hardwood, Saturday, one searching for their seventh win and the other, their third, both wanting bragging rights.

  • Devils fall to Toronto 3-0

    The Binghamton Devils were unable to score in a 3-0 loss to the visiting Toronto Marlies in front of the fourth sellout crowd of the year of 4,897 at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Saturday night.

  • Fox 40 Friday Night Frenzy

    Scores and Highlights from Friday's busy high school boys basketball schedule

  • Mets invite several Rumble Ponies, Tebow to Big League Camp

    The Mets have extended invitations to 14 players to Major League Camp. Peter Alonso, P.J. Conlon, Kevin Kaczmarski, Patrick Mazeika, Drew Smith, Corey Taylor, Tim Tebow, David Thompson, Adonis Uceta, Zach Borenstein, Phil Evans, Jose Lobaton, and Matt Purke.  Alonso, Conlon, Kaczmasrki, Mazeika, Taylor, and Thompson all played for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies in 2017.  Evans played for the B-Mets in 2016, winning the Eastern League Batting Title.

  • Bearcats frustrated with free throw shooting Thursday

    The Bearcats lost to Stony Brook by nine points and missed 11 free throws on Thursday.  Doing the math, if BU shoots 100% from the line, that loss becomes a two-point win.  That's a "frustrating" stat line for one of the best free throw shooting teams in the conference.

  • James sets AEast block record in Bearcats loss

    It was a historic night for senior center Alyssa James, who broke the America East record for career blocks. Unfortunately for Binghamton (11-7, 2-3 AE), it lost 67-59 to Stony Brook (10-8, 2-3 AE) in an America East women's basketball game on Thursday night at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center. James finished the game with 19 points, a career-high 18 rebounds and three blocks. Her first block, with 9:06 left in the second period, was the 232nd of her career, an AEast career record.

  • Bearcats fall on the road to Stony Brook

    Host Stony Brook used a 23-3 run midway through the second half to take control and the Seawolves (8-11, 3-2 America East) defeated Binghamton men's basketball (10-10, 1-4 AE) 77-66 Thursday night at Island Federal Credit Union Arena.  The Bearcats led for more than half of the game and held a 50-43 edge with 12:43 remaining before Stony Brook embarked on its game-deciding run, which spanned eight minutes.

  • Bearcats ready for tough test in Stony Brook

    The Binghamton University Bearcats are coming off their first win over Albany since 2010, after Monday's 79-66 win.  Now, BU heads back out on the road to take on Stony Brook.  The Bearcats haven't beaten the Seawolves in Stony Brook since 2009, but if they can put an end to a win streak against Albany, why not do the same in Stony Brook? Tommy Dempsey knows that his team has its hands full against the Seawolves.

  • Wednesday's High School Roundup

    Scores and Highlights from Wednesday's High School Sports schedule

  • Bearcats confident after Monday's win

    After beating Albany on Monday for their first conference win of the season, the BU Bearcats are feeling confident about their play going forward.  Even so, their recent struggles, just two wins in their last seven, have caused some fans to forget that this same team won seven straight not too long ago, and now has ten wins on the season.  Tommy Dempsey says that criticism is unfair.

  • Bearcats hoping Monday's win sparks another win streak

    Despite a slow start to America East play, the BU men are optimistic that Monday's clutch win over Albany will be the start of another run like they had in November/December when they won seven games in a row.

  • Bearcats pleased with early conference start

    Despite losing 63-46 to Albany on Monday, the BU women are pleased with their early 2-2 start to America East play.  Their first four games have been a four point win over Maine, a two point loss to New Hampshire, a five point win over Hartford, and Monday's 17 point loss to Albany.   Albany, Hartford, New Hampshire, and Maine are currently 1-4 in the conference with BU in fifth.  So, the Bearcats are right in the thick of things early on in conference play.

  • Bearcats roll past Albany for first conference win

    Binghamton men's basketball (10-9, 1-3 America East) used a 24-8 second-half run to pull away and then made 10-of-10 free throws in the final 1:16 to seal a 79-66 win over visiting Albany (14-6, 2-3 AE) Monday night in front of 3,434 fans at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.  The win snapped a string of 14 straight Great Danes wins in the head-to-head series and gave the Bearcats their first conference win of the season.  

  • Devils Crunch-ed again

    Louis Domingue stopped all 17 shots he faced as the Binghamton Devils were unable to score in a 3-0 loss to the host Syracuse Crunch on Monday afternoon at the War Memorial. After no scoring in the first period, Mitchell Stephens put the Crunch up on the power play early in the second period. Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 39 of 42 in the loss and Domingue denied all 17 for the shutout win.

  • Big runs doom Bearcats in Albany

    The Binghamton women's basketball team (11-6, 2-2 AE) was defeated 63-46 by first-place Albany (15-3, 4-1 AE) in an America East women's basketball game on Monday afternoon at SEFCU Arena. Senior guard Imani Watkins finished with a game-high 18 points. In the process, she stretched her career scoring total to 1,828 career points. She remains in third place all time in Binghamton program history and No. 14 in the America East Conference record book.

  • Sunday high school hockey matchups

    Broome County High School Hockey Association (BCHSHA) had three games in action on the ice, Sunday, celebrating players and their families for 'Senior Night' at the SUNY Broome Ice Center.

  • Binghamton Bulldogs win 9th straight, 168-126 over Pottstown

    The Binghamton Bulldogs welcomed the visiting Pottstown, P.A., Flames, Saturday, with a decisive 168-126 victory at Seton Catholic Central's gymnasium.

  • Utica Comets shine in OT over the Devils

    Bracken Kearns and Tim Kennedy scored for the Binghamton Devils but it was the visiting Utica Comets who tied the game late regulation and won in overtime, 3-2, in front of 3,667 fans at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Saturday night.

  • BU men fall to 0-3 in America East play

    Hartford blitzed Binghamton men's basketball with 18 three-pointers and 61 percent shooting and the Hawks (10-8, 3-1 America East) pinned a 97-65 loss on the Bearcats (9-9, 0-3 AE) Saturday afternoon at Chase Arena.

  • Lady Bearcats down top contender in America East

    Senior guard Imani Watkins scored a game-high 27 points, powering Binghamton (11-5, 2-1 AE) to a 64-59 win over first-place Hartford (11-6, 3-1 AE) in an America East women's basketball game on Saturday afternoon at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.

  • Disaster strikes Devils in third period

    The Binghamton Devils gave up four third-period goals in a 5-2 loss at Blue Cross Arena to the Rochester Americans on Friday night. After the Devils couldn’t convert on several great chances in the first period, Rochester took advantage of a two-man advantage to take a 1-0 lead. Rochester’s C.J. Smith took a pass across the top of the crease and beat goaltender Ken Appleby by the left leg pad for the one goal lead.

  • Friday Night Full Court Press

    Scores and Highlights from Friday's Section IV High School Sports schedule: Girls Basketball

  • Section IV Athletes honored on All-State Football Teams

    Last week, Section IV cleaned up in the All-State Football Teams for Classes B, C, and D.  Several student-athletes were honored Friday by the New York State Sports Writers in Classes AA and A as well.

  • Bearcats expect tight games throughout AEast play

    After starting conference play 0-2, the Bearcats are looking for a few bounces to go their way instead of a against and turn those two close losses into two close wins.  Tommy Dempsey expects America East play to be tight throughout the rest of the season.

  • Tough test ahead at home for Bearcats

    After a ten point lead became a two point loss to New Hampshire on Wednesday, the BU women now face even tougher tasks ahead in conference play.  In Wednesday's loss, the Bearcats turned the ball over 14 times and gave up 22 Wildcats offensive rebounds. Next up: the Hartford Hawks and Head Coach Linda Cimino coming away with a win will not be an easy task.

  • Thursday's High School Roundup

    Scores and Highlights from Thursday's Section IV Sports Schedule

  • Limiting offensive rebounds becomes the focus for BU

    The BU women lost to New Hampshire 63-61 on Wednesday, but the bigger stat discrepancy was rebounding.  UNH won the battle on the boards 49-34.  On the offensive end BU allowed UNH to grab 22 offensive rebounds.  Needless to say, that's a focus in practice going into Saturday's home game against Hartford.

  • Bearcats look to recover on Saturday

    After a promising 9-6 showing in the non-conference schedule the BU men have stumbled a bit to open America East play.  After a 76-73 loss at home to Maine on Saturday, the Bearcats lost to New Hampshire on the road on Wednesday 71-67.  They've been in both games and had chances in both to come away with a win, but one possession here or there turned the tables against them. But Saturday's another day as the Bearcats look for conference win number one.

  • Bearcats drop heart breaker at home to UNH

    Brittni Lai hit the winning layup with two seconds left in regulation, leading New Hampshire (11-5, 2-1 AE) to a 63-61 victory over Binghamton (10-5, 1-1 AE) in an America East women's basketball game on Wednesday night at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center. The loss snapped the Bearcats' season-high, six-game winning streak. Senior guard Imani Watkins led the Bearcats with 20 points. It marked the fifth straight game she has reached the 20-point mark.

  • Devils woes continue in loss to Crunch

    Ben Thomson scored the lone goal for the Binghamton Devils as the Syracuse Crunch scored two third-period goals in a 4-1 victory in front of 3,673 fans at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Wednesday night. After no scoring in the opening period, Michael Bournival took a deflection off his face to put the Crunch up 1-0. The shot came from Jamie McBain at the point that was deflected and went off the mouth of Bournival and in for the 1-0 lead.

  • Bearcats fall to 0-2 in AEast after loss to UNH

    Senior forward Willie Rodriguez scored a season-high 23 points and Binghamton men's basketball held host New Hampshire (6-11, 2-1 America East) to five second field goals but the Wildcats made 22-of-25 free throws and held off the Bearcats (9-8, 0-2 AE) 71-67 Wednesday night at Lundholm Gym. New Hampshire used a plus 20 advantage on the glass and 15-of-18 second-half foul shooting to claim its eighth straight win over BU.

  • Section IV remains well represented in Girls State Rankings

    The latest Girls Basketball State Rankings have been released by the New York State Sports Writers Association and Section IV has 16 teams ranked.

  • Monday's High School Roundup

    Scores and Highlights from Monday's Section IV Sports Schedule: Boys Basketball

  • Sunday high school hockey action

    Six teams took the ice, Sunday, at the SUNY Broome Ice Center. Competing for goals and groceries, each school helped donate non-perishable goods for CHOW.

  • Devils drop a close one to Laval, 3-1

    The Binghamton Devils were unable to continue the momentum as the visiting Laval Rocket came away with the 3-1 win on Saturday night at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.

  • BU men's basketball drop AEast opener against Maine

    Visiting Maine led for just five minutes of the game but a late 14-0 run carried the Black Bears (4-13, 1-1 America East) to a 76-73 win over Binghamton men's basketball (9-7, 0-1 AE) Saturday afternoon at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.

  • Lady Bearcats off to best start since 2006

    Senior guard Imani Watkins finished with a game-high 23 points, leading Binghamton (10-4, 1-0 AE) to a 66-62 overtime win over Maine (8-7, 1-1 AE) in an America East women's basketball game on Saturday afternoon at the Cross Insurance Center.

  • Devils to Sens "This is our town!"

    John Quenneville had a four-point night while Tim Kennedy and Jacob MacDonald each had three-point nights as the Binghamton Devils cruised to a 6-1 win over the visiting Belleville Senators on Friday night as Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.

  • Maine-Endwell hockey remains unbeaten against Union-Endicott

    The final neighborhood rivalry game of the 2017-18 hockey regular season continued between Maine-Endwell and Union-Endicott hockey, Friday, as the Spartans remained unbeaten against the Tigers with a score of 7-3.

  • Rojas returns as Rumble Ponies manager

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies are proud to announce Luis Rojas will return to the Southern Tier to serve as the team’s manager for the 2018 season. Rojas will be joined by pitching coach Frank Viola, hitting coach Valentino Pascucci, bench coach Luis Rivera, athletic trainer Bob Grimes and strength and conditioning coach Kory Wan. 

  • Bearcats looking to make statement in conference opener

    BU opens conference play at home on Saturday against Maine looking to start the second half of the season off by making a statement.  After being the bottom half of the league for the last five years, this year the Bearcats look to be in serious contention come March.  Saturday is just the start.

  • Bearcats prepared for revenge in Maine

    "This time it's personal," is how Imani Watkins described the Bearcats conference opener against Maine on Saturday.  BU lost to Maine in back-to-back weekends last year to end the regular season and the following weekend their postseason.  This year, the Bearcats are using the arctic chill to their advantage because, after all, revenge is a dish best served cold.

  • Thursday's High School Roundup

    Scores and Highlights from Thursday's Section IV Sports Schedule

  • Bearcat women ready for America East play

    The BU Bearcats open America East play on Saturday after going 9-4 in non-conference play.  Conference play is typically harder than non-conference because of the familiarity between opponents.  BU opens up on the road against Maine, but the Bearcats are ready.

  • No cause for concern over Show's struggles

    JC Show is leading the Bearcats with 14.7 points per game, but that's down from 15.7 just a few weeks ago.  Show has scored just nine points in each of the Bearcats last two games shooting 7-20 from the floor and 1-10 from 3-point range.  Despite the small slump, Head Coach Tommy Dempsey is not concerned about Show's struggles.

  • Devils fall to Senators in shootout

    Eddie Lack made 32 saves in his first game with the Binghamton Devils in a 3-2 shootout loss on the road to the Belleville Senators on Wednesday night in front of 3,248 fans at Yardmen Arena.

  • Former U-E Coach says Chandler Jones only getting better

    After leading the NFL with 17 sacks in 2017, U-E grad Chandler Jones may still not have reached his peak of success.  At 27 years old and after six seasons in the NFL, his high school coach Shane Hurd says he is only getting better.

  • Wednesday's High School Roundup

    Scores and Highlights from Wednesday's High School Sports schedule: BCHSHA Hockey: Maine-Endwell 3 - Chenango Valley 2 STAC Girls Basketball: Chenango Valley 47 - Vestal 40
  • Bruce hopeful for Saturday, game time decision

    Thomas Bruce has been sidelined with a sprained ankle for the last two games.  As BU opens conference play on Saturday, the Bearcats are hopeful that he'll be back in the lineup, but he will be a game time decision.

  • Allen named Class B Co-Player of the Year

    The New York State Sports Writers Association named Chenango Forks Running Back Jeremiah Allen Class B Player of the Year on Wednesday.  The All-State Football Teams were released for Classes B, C, and D.   Allen set a Chenango Forks record for rushing yards this season, amassing 2,282 yards and found the endzone 35 times.   The NYSSWA named 30 total players to the All-State teams with another 15 earning honorable mention.

  • Art Jones announces retirement

    After eight years in the NFL Arthur Jones is calling it a career.  The Union-Endicott and Syracuse grad made the announcement on social media on Tuesday.   Jones was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2010, winning the Super Bowl with them during the 2012 season.  He also played for the Indianapolis Colts and the Washington Redskins.

  • Bearcats ready for AEast play after non-conf. success

    For the second straight year the Binghamton University Men's Basketball Team went 9-6 in non-conference play.  The nine non-conference wins is a program record.  Last year the Bearcats turned that 9-6 record into a 3-13 performance in America East play. Willie Rodriguez missed most of non-conference play last year and JC Show missed all of conference play due to injuries.  This year the Bearcats are a deeper team, and so far healthy and are optimistic that their succes...
  • Watkins repeats as AEast Player of the Week

    For the second straight week and third time this season, senior guard Imani Watkins has been named the America East Co-Player of the Week. She shares the award with Jessica Fequiere of Albany for the second straight week. In the Bearcats only game last week, Watkins scored a game-high 24 points as the Bearcats closed out non-conference play with an 80-64 victory over Dartmouth. She continues to lead the America East and ranks No. 21 in the nation with 20.9 points.

  • Lady Bearcats claim fifth straight victory, beating Dartmouth at home

    Senior guard Imani Watkins scored a game-high 24 points and sophomore guard Kai Moon added 19 points, powering Binghamton (9-4) to an 80-64 win over Dartmouth (8-5) in a non-conference women's basketball game on Sunday afternoon at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center. 

  • Devils scoreless again, falling to Syracuse

    For the second game in a row, the Binghamton Devils were unable to score in a 5-0 loss, this time to the visiting Syracuse Crunch in front of 4,256 fans at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Sunday night. 

  • Fighting Breast Cancer Tournament wraps up with 3 champions

    Three girl's varsity basketball teams were named champions of the Fighting Breast Cancer Tournament, Saturday, at the Davis College event center.

  • Devils scoreless against Bridgeport

    The Binghamton Devils were unable to solve goaltender Christopher Gibson as the Bridgeport Sound Tigers came away with a 5-0 win inside Webster Bank Arena in front of 3,338 fans.

  • BU men's basketball nearly makes history with win over Elmira

    Binghamton men's basketball (9-6) concluded non-conference play with a convincing 113-65 win over Elmira (2-7) Saturday afternoon at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.

  • Fighting Breast Cancer Holiday Classic kicks off opening round

    Aiming to bring an increase in breast cancer awareness, the Fighting Breast Cancer Holiday Classic began, Friday, as 10 Girls Varsity Basketball teams from around the North East made their way to Davis College in Binghamton. 

  • Penn State Football readies for PlayStation Fiesta Bowl

    9th ranked, Penn State Football looks to become the next PlayStation Fiesta Bowl champion, Saturday, as they take on a tough opponent in, 12th ranked, Washington. 

  • Spotlight in Sports Features: Binghamton Blizzards

    Hockey can sometimes be known as a violent and hard sport for people to play, let alone girls or women. But for one all-girl organization, hockey is more than a sport, it's a way of life and tradition.

  • Devils melt in Hershey, falling 5-2

    The Binghamton Devils fell to the Hershey Bears on Saturday night at Giant Center in front of 8,828 fans, 5-2.

  • Saturday High School Hockey Highlights

    Broome County High School Hockey Association (BCHSHA) was in action, Union-Endicott Tigers faced off against Vestal, and the Johnson City Wildcats took to the ice against Chenango Valley.

  • Maine-Endwell trounces Johnson City in high school hockey action

    Competing in the Broome County High School Hockey Association (BCHSHA), Maine-Endwell Spartans hosted the Johnson City Wildcats at the SUNY Broome Ice Center, Friday.

  • Chenango Forks' hockey wins in OT over Johnson City

    Sunday, the Johnson City (JC) Wildcats hosted the Chenango Forks (CF) Blue Devils at the SUNY Broome Ice Center, falling to Forks by a score of 4-3.

  • Bearcats rally late, beating Sacred Heart for 7th straight win

    Junior guard J.C. Show hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 1:36 left and Binghamton men's basketball (8-4) closed the game with an 11-0 run to rally past Sacred Heart (5-7) 51-48 Saturday afternoon at William H. Pitt Center.

  • Hitting the ice with high school hockey

    Local high schools were in action Saturday, taking to the ice for the Broome County High School Hockey Association (BCHSHA) at the SUNY Broome Ice Center.

  • Binghamton Devils snap losing streak against the Senators

    The Binghamton Devils scored four goals in the final period of play, including three in a span of 3:02 for a 5-2 win at home over the visiting Belleville Senators in front of 3,784 at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Saturday night.

  • Devil's Jacobs score first professional goal as Binghamton drops another

    Josh Jacobs scored his first professional goal but it wasn’t enough as the Utica Comets defeated the Binghamton Devils in front of 3,917 fans at Adirondack Bank Center on Friday night.

  • Girls High School basketball scoreboard

    Around the Southern Tier Athletics Conference, varsity girls basketball teams took to the courts around the Section IV league.

  • Bearcats riding 6 game win streak into 7 day break

    After a seven-day layoff for final exams, Binghamton men's basketball (7-4) carries a six-game win streak into its road game Sunday at Sacred Heart.

  • Thursday high school basketball whip-around

    High schools from around the Southern Tier Association Conference took to the courts, Thursday, as the boys' varsity teams competed for the Section IV title at the end of the 2017-18 season.

  • Binghamton Devils drop 3-0 lead to Senators in third period

    The Binghamton Devils built a 3-0 lead in the third period but couldn’t hold on in a 4-3 shootout loss to the Belleville Senators in front of 2,837 fans at Yardmen Arena on Wednesday night.

  • JC Lady Wildcat basketball player accepted to Daemen College

    The Johnson City Central School District's Wildcats basketball team was pleased to announce senior Vivian Ladd has been accepted to Daemen College and will be a member of its women's basketball team next school year. 

  • Bearcats wrestling coach resigns

    Binghamton University Director of Athletics Patrick Elliott announced on Wednesday that Head Wrestling Coach Matt Dernlan has resigned for personal reasons.

  • Lappin called up to NHL, Devils travel to Belleville Senators

    The New Jersey Devils announced that the club has recalled forward Nick Lappin from the Binghamton Devils.

  • Bearcats' Tyler Stewart named America East Player of the Week

    Freshman wing Tyler Stewart has earned America East Rookie of the Week honors, the conference announced on Monday. Stewart becomes the second Bearcat to receive weekly honors during the team's win streak, following Thomas Bruce, who was Player of the Week last week. Stewart had two strong games during BU's 2-0 week.

  • High school hockey highlights

    Undefeated Elmira-Horseheads matched up against one-win Johnson City on the ice, with the Express scoring late to come away with a win in overtime, 6-5.

  • Bearcat women improve to 6-4 with win over NJIT

    Redshirt junior guard Jasmine Sina scored a game-high 15 points while senior center Alyssa James added 14 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks, leading Binghamton (6-4) to a 67-36 win over NJIT (0-10) in a non-conference women's basketball game on Sunday afternoon at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.

  • Top high school hockey teams battle for supremacy

    Number one ranked Elmira-Horseheads' Express faced off against number two Binghamton Patriots, Saturday, in the Broome County High School Hockey Association (BCHSHA) division at the SUNY Broome Ice Center.

  • Devils fall big to visiting Charlotte Checkers

    The Binghamton Devils gave up two goals in the first 2:22 of the game in a 7-1 loss to the visiting Charlotte Checkers on Saturday night at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.

  • Bearcats men strive for greatness, winning sixth straight

    Senior forward Willie Rodriguez scored 18 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to pace Binghamton men's basketball (7-4) in a 77-64 road win over Loyola Saturday afternoon from Reitz Arena.

  • Men and women's Broome Hornets fall to Adirondack

    For the second week, SUNY Broome Hornets' men and women basketball teams have fallen to visiting opponents. 

  • Devils give up early lead, falling to Syracuse Crunch 5-2

    Nathan Bastian scored twice, including 57 seconds into the game on Teddy Bear Toss night, but the Devils fell to the visiting Syracuse Crunch at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Friday.

  • Davis College's Lady Falcons overcome Clarks Summit

    Davis College's Lady Falcons basketball team improved to 6-3 with a win, Thursday, over visiting Clarks Summit University, 78-61.

  • BU Women's basketball beats Bryant College

    Senior guard Imani Watkins scored a game-high 19 points, leading Binghamton (5-4) to a 55-47 win over Bryant (1-8) in a non-conference women's basketball game on Thursday night at the Chace Athletic Center.

  • Binghamton Devils score late to shoot down Laval Rockets

    Jacob MacDonald scored in overtime as the Binghamton Devils defeated the Laval Rocket on the road Wednesday night inside Place Bell.

  • Bearcats remain unbeaten at home, downing Army 71-66

    Binghamton men's basketball (6-4) held visiting Army 17 points under its scoring average and outlasted the Black Knights (5-3) 71-66 Wednesday night at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center. 

  • Bearcats riding high on 4 game win streak, sets sights on Army

    Binghamton men's basketball (5-4) carries a four-game win streak into Wednesday night's 7 p.m. tilt with visiting Army West Point (5-2).

  • BU's Bruce named America East Player of the Week

    Binghamton men's basketball junior center Thomas Bruce has been named America East Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday.

  • Seton Catholic star commits to BU Bearcats

    Seton Catholic Central High School senior basketball player, Leo Gallagher announced via Twitter that he has committed to playing collegiate basketball for Binghamton University Bearcats.

  • SUNY Broome suffers second half woes to Fulton Raiders

    Both the men and women SUNY Broome Hornets fell to the visiting Fulton Montgomery Raiders, Sunday.

  • Third Period sinks Devils at Providence

    PROVIDENCE, RI – Jacob MacDonald continued his point streak on Saturday night, but the Binghamton Devils fell to the Providence Bruins inside Dunkin’ Donuts Center, 4-2. MacDonald scored once again on the power play to put the Devils ahead 1-0 just 40 seconds into the game. Viktor Loov fed MacDonald just inside the blue line and he ripped a slap shot over the right shoulder of goaltender Jordan Binnington for the one-goal lead. The goal was MacDonald’s ninth ...
  • BU Women's Basketball loses to Yale in OT

    Binghamton (4-4) rallied to force overtime against Yale (4-3) but lost 73-69 in a non-conference women's basketball game on Saturday afternoon at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.

  • Bearcats stay unbeaten at home with win over Colgate

    VESTAL, N.Y. - Junior center Thomas Bruce poured in 26 points with 12 rebounds and Binghamton men's basketball held Colgate to seven second-half field goals en route to a 76-65 win Saturday afternoon at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center. The win was BU's fourth straight - the longest win streak since the 2009-10 season. Bruce scored 17 of his points in the second half, when the Bearcats used a decisive 20-4 run midway through to take control. Colgate led by 13 points in the firs...
  • Devils lose third straight, falling short to Providence

    Nick Lappin scored a power-play goal in the third period but the Binghamton Devils could not complete a late comeback in a 3-2 loss on the road to the Providence Bruins on Friday night from Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

  • Eight teams compete for Stop DWI Winter Classic tourney

    For the past 25 years, Broome County has partnered with thousands of local high school students, promoting a unique and exciting experience to help end drinking and driving. Friday marks the beginning of one the largest efforts to help student athletes say "no to drunk driving", the Stop DWI Winter Classic.

  • Section Finals set in high school football after Saturday semis

    Scores and Highlights from Section IV's Football semi-finals

  • Ponies and Senators Washed Out

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies game scheduled for Saturday night against the Harrisburg Senators has been postponed due to inclement weather.

  • Senators Govern Southern Tier in Series Opener

    A tally in the top of the ninth sent the Harrisburg Senators past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 4-3, Friday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Moore is going pro!

    Moore Selected in 2017 Major League Lacrosse Draft

    Binghamton lacrosse attack Tom Moore was drafted by the Atlanta Blaze in the sixth round of the Major League Lacrosse Draft on Sunday.

  • Mets have a fever and the only prescription is...

    Tyler Pill received the call every ballplayer dreams of, the call to the major leagues.  The Mets called up Pill from Las Vegas and optioned Rafael Montero to Triple-A, to clear space on the 40-man roster Seth Lugo was placed on the 60 Day Disable List retroactively.

  • Libous impact felt in area sports

    Senator Tom Libous passed away Tuesday at age 63 but leaves a lasting impact on the area's sports.

  • Assembly votes to legalize MMA in NYS by wide margin

    NYS Assembly votes to legalize Mixed Martial Arts in the state by 113-25 margin. Bill had passed Senate and failed in Assembly in each of the previous six years.

  • MMA vote makes life easier for NY fighters

    With MMA becoming legal in New York State, life becomes easier for fighters from the Empire State

  • McCrory: UFC happy to have access to MSG

    With legislation to legalize MMA in New York State passing, the sports largest organization, UFC, is eager for the chance to hold an event at Madison Square Garden.

  • Schedules

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