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  • Stars & Stripes Basketball Classic Tournament

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Another year means another Annual Stars & Stripes Basketball Classic at Davis College. It's a chance for the best Section IV basketball talent to showcase their talent in a fun atmosphere. Thursday night highlighted girl's basketball players in semifinal games.

  • Deprez Brothers Are Heading To Nationals Together

    Vestal, N.Y. - The Deprez brothers can certainly check something off their bucket list now as their dream has officially come true. Lou and Vincent DePrez are headed to the 2019 NCAA Championship together for the very first time in their careers. 

  • Bearcats Wrestling Heads To 2019 NCAA Championship

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton University's wrestling team will continue their historic season into the 2019 NCAA wrestling Championships in Pittsburgh, PA. from March 21-23. Four Bearcats will represent Binghamton University, the most the program has had since 2013. "We're excited to wrestle against the best guys in the country" said head coach Kyle Borshoff. 

  • Lucas Scott Turns Dream Into Reality, Will Play Football At Wilkes University

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Chenango Valley senior Lucas Scott committed and signed to play football at Division III Wilkes University in the Fall of 2019.

  • Bearcats Baseball And Softball Season Tickets Now On Sale

    Vestal, N.Y. - The Binghamton Athletic Department has introduced a combo season ticket package for all regular-season baseball and softball home games. For $20.00, fans can now purchase a lanyard that serves as their admission ticket to all regular-season home games for both teams. The Bearcat baseball team opens up its home schedule on Saturday at noon with a doubleheader against Maine. It will be the first of 16 regular-season home dates for the squad. All home games will take...

  • Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the Week

    Looking back on the week that was, here is your weekly countdown of Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the Week

  • Syracuse Basketball Earns No. 8 Seed In West Region Of 2019 NCAA Tournament

    Syracuse, N.Y. - The Syracuse men's basketball team are headed to the Big Dance again as Jim Boeheim's team has earned a No. 8 seed in the 2019 NCAA Tournament. Syracuse have been put in the West Region and will take on No. 9 seed Baylor in the first round in Salt Lake City. Syracuse's heard and saw their named called on the NCAA Tournament Selection Show on Sunday. 

  • Seton Unable To Recover From Mendon's Third Quarter Rally In Class A Final

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Seton Catholic Central girls basketball looked to grab their second state title in three seasons and third overall on Sunday morning at Hudson Valley Community College. Only three Saints scored in the first half of the Class A final against Mendon High School. Seniors Marina Maerkl and Julia Hauer combined for 22 points heading into the second half, scoring 22 of the Saints 27 points. 

  • Syracuse Commit, Joe Girard III Leads Glens Falls To First Ever State Title

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Syracuse Commit Joe Girard III continued to put on a show in the New York boys basketball state tournament, this time he did it in a completely sold out crowd. A familiar face in that crowd was Syracuse basketball head coach Jim Boeheim who was there to watch the Glens Falls senior look to lead his team to the programs first state title in school history. 

  • Marathon's Effort Not Enough In 3 Point Semifinal Loss

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  • Saints March On To State Championship Game After Their 59-57 Win

    Binghamton, N.Y. -  Seton Catholic Central girls basketball team were tested in their third consecutive semifinal game Saturday morning. The Saints led for the majority of the game, showing that they were clearly the better team. However, Section 8's Sewanhaka Indians certainly put on the pressure and flustered the Saints especially in the second half.

  • Joseph Girard III Puts on A Show For Glens Falls In State Semifinal Win

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The New York State Public High School Athletic Association Boys Basketball State Championships started Friday at 9:30 a.m. over at the Floyd L. Maines Veteran Memorial Arena. Maybe 9:30 is too early for some people? Not in this case. Fans and spectators filled the arena as soon as tip-off began. Most of everyone's eyes were on Glens Falls senior guard, Joseph Girard III. 

  • Luis Severino (shoulder) Out Until May

    New York - The New York Yankees announced on Friday that ace right-hander Luis Severino will miss the first month of the regular season while he recovers from rotator cuff inflammation. New York's General Manager, Brian Cashman told reporters at the Yankees' spring training facility in Tampa, Florida that Severino "will be out until May at the earliest and will see a doctor in four days." 

  • Four BU Wrestlers Heading to NCAA Tournament

    Binghamton Bearcats are sending four wrestlers to the NCAA tournament next weekend. Redshirt freshmen Lou Deprez who took the 11th seed in the 184 pound weight class. Deprez went 30-5 overall on the season Redshirt senior Vincent Deprez received the 27th seed in the 174 pound weight class. Vincent went 25-10 on the season. Junior Anthony Sparacio also grabbed the 27th seed but in the 141 pound weight class. Sparacio went 28-10 on the season    Redshirt  fr...
  • Binghamton Gets Ready to Host High School State Semis

    The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) held a press conference at the Floyd L Maines Veterans Memorial Arena Thursday.  The high school boys semifinals are being held at the arena this Saturday and Sunday.  A representative from each section was at the event along with local officials. NYSPHSAA Executive Director Dr. Robert Azyas says "The community support that we've seen here in Binghamton has certainly out done many of our other...

  • BU Women's Lacrosse Falls in a Nail Bitter to Lafayette

    Binghamton Bearcats hosted the Lafayette Leopards Wednesday night at Binghamton University. The Bearcats were looking for their first win of the season against the Leopards who are 3-2 on the season.  This one would go back and forth all night as the Leopards 

  • Four Binghamton Swimmers Heading to National Invitational Championship

    The swimmers qualified during the season and took it upon themselves to continue practicing a month after the America East meet. 

  • Binghamton Falls to No. 1 Vermont in America East Semifinal

    Binghamton men's basketball team ended their season, falling to Vermont 84-51

  • Binghamton Hosts Watch Party for AE Semifinals

    The Bearcats travel to No. 1 Vermont to play in their first semifinal game since 2009. 

  • Seton Heads to Third Consecutive State Semifinal

    The Seton Catholic Central defeated Roosevelt 92-78 to advance to the Class A state semifinal. 

  • Johnson City Ends Season in Last Minute Loss to Poughkeepsie

    The Johnson City Wildcats fell to Class A's fourth ranked Poughkeepsie Pioneers 76-71. 

  • Syracuse Earns No. 6 Seed in ACC Tournament

    The Orange will receive a first-round bye in the conference tournament.

  • Four Binghamton Wrestlers Qualify for NCAA Tournament

    Binghamton placed sixth overall in the EIWA Tournament, their highest program finish.

  • Binghamton Men's Basketball Upsets Stony Brook 78-72, Advancing in America East Playoffs

    Binghamton will advance in the America East tournament for the first time since 2009.

  • Owego Ends Season, Falling to Lowville in State Quarterfinals

    The Owego Indians lost to the Lowville Red Raiders 68-51 in the Class B state quarterfinal game. 

  • EIWA Quarterfinal Results

    Vincent DePerez will be heading to the NCAA Championships in Pittsburgh.

  • The Future Looks Bright For Devils Mackenzie Blackwood

    Binghamton, N.Y. - It's moments that matter in life right? Sometimes small, sometimes big, sometimes several moments that all come together as one. For Devils goalie Mackenzie Blackwood those moments all came to light in December of 2018. Not behind close doors, although, the process to getting to the big moment wasn't so advertised, even if advertised at all. 

  • B-Devils Lose Fourth Straight

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils dropped their fourth game in a row Friday night, falling 3-2 to the Springfield Thunderbirds inside the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Arena. Binghamton opened the scoring with 4:08 remaining in the first period after a wild sequence of events. With the Thunderbirds buzzing in the Devils zone, Evan Cormier made a few big saves, including a diving stop on the goal line. F

  • Norwich Girls Basketball Keeps Proving That They're The Real Deal

    Norwich, N.Y. - Before Saturday evening, it had been well over a decade since Norwich girl's basketball program have been on the winning side of a Section IV title. For the first time since 2006, the Purple Tornadoes were crowned Section IV Class B champions with a 66-42 win over the Owego Indians. Walking onto the court, both teams felt like they needed to prove something. 

  • Johnson City Faces Familiar Rival Poughkeepsie in Class A Regionals

    The Johnson City Wildcats will compete in a rematch of the 2017 Class A Subregional Game against the Poughkeepsie Pioneers on Sunday. 

  • New York Giants Trade Vernon To Browns For Zeitler

    New York - The New York Giants found a taker for Olivier Vernon's contract and it's a pretty good one. The Giants traded the linebacker to the Cleveland Browns for guard Kevin Zeitler. 

  • Bearcats Return To The Quarterfinals To Take On Stony Brook

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton men's basketball makes its return to the postseason on Saturday when the seventh-seeded Bearcats (9-22) face second-seeded Stony Brook (24-7) at 7 p.m. at Island Federal Arena on Long Island. This matchup will mark the fifth time in eight years that the two teams have squared off in the tournament quarterfinals. 

  • Sessoms Named Rookie of Year, 3rd Team All-Conference

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton University men's basketball freshman guard Sam Sessoms was selected as the America East Rookie of the Year, the conference announced Friday morning. The Pennsylvania native, a seven-time Rookie of the week choice, also received third team all-conference honors in a vote of the league's nine head coaches. It doesn't stop there, it was announced shortly after that he also received America East Hoops Fan 'Choice Player of the Year.'

  • Seton Catholic Central's Chemistry Comes Together On The Court, Starting With The Saints Starting Five

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Heading into the 2018-19 season Seton Catholic Central girl's basketball team wasn't entirely sure of what to expect after graduating unbelievable players like Hannah Straw and Ava McCann. The lack of depth forced the Saints to lean on more than just their skill, but their chemistry with one another. 

  • From Rivals To Teammates, To J.C. Show And Timmy Rose's Final Game In The Events Center

    Vestal, N.Y. - From high school rivals, to AAU teammates, to playing basketball together in college, Bearcats J.C. Show and Timmy Rose's relationship has continuously grown on and off the basketball court.  On Tuesday senior guard, Timmy Rose and guard J.C. Show played in the Events Center in front of the team's home crowd for their final game of the regular season as well as the final time of their career.

  • New York Mets Legend Tom Seaver Diagnosed With Dementia

    Legendary Met pitcher Tom Seaver is suffering from dementia and will not make any more public appearances, his family announced in a statement on Thursday.  His family expressed that Seaver will continue to work on his vineyard in California, but asked for privacy. The 74-year old former right-hander led his "Miracle Mets" to one of the most doubtful championships in American sports history in 1969.  

  • Bearcats Season Comes To A Close After Their 61-56 Loss In AE Quarterfinals

    Albany, N.Y. - Host Albany (13-17) scored the final six points of the game in the last 50 seconds to defeat Binghamton (12-18) in an America East quarterfinal game on Wednesday night at SEFCU Arena. 

  • Binghamton University Host EIWA Championships

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton University's wrestling team finished a record-setting regular season on February 23, where they closed out their dual schedule riding a program-high 10 match win streak, securing a 10-3 overall record with an 8-2 mark in conference. 

  • Bearcats Fall 73-58 In Final Game Of The Regular Season

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton University Men's basketball team was riding some momentum heading into their final game of the regular season on Tuesday night. The Bearcats defeated Maine 83-60 over the weekend, clinching the No. 7 seed for the upcoming America East Tournament.

  • Bearcats Travel To Rivalry University Of Albany Looking For Revenge In The Postseason

    Vestal, N.Y. -  It's officially a new season for Binghamton University women's basketball and now they can head into the postseason with a clean slate. The Bearcats shut the door on their regular season on Saturday after being dealt a 67-60 loss to the University of Maine. Although the regular season is well in the rear view mirror, their post season brings extremely familiar faces, better known as a good old rivalry.

  • Devils Sign Forward Sam Kurker To PTO

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils signed forward Sam Kurker to a professional tryout contract on Wednesday. The twenty-four year old has 27 points (14 goals, 13 assists) in 32 games with the ECHL's Manchester Monarchs this season. Kurker played in 15 American Hockey League games this season with the Ontario Reign and tallied two goals and two assists. 

  • Carmody, Moon And Ramil Receives AE All-Conference Awards

    Vestal, N.Y. - Senior forward Rebecca Carmody and junior guard Kai Moon have each earned second-team all-conference honors from the America East. In addition, Carmody was named to the America East All-Defensive Team while freshman and Binghamton native, Annie Ramil was chosen to the conference's All-Rookie Team. Carmody has been playing consistent basketball all season for the Bearcats. Leading the in basically every single category. Carmody currently ranks eighth in the Am...
  • Rumble Ponies Announce 2019 Coaching Staff

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Believe it or not, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies opening day is less than a month away and today, the Rumble Ponies announced their 2019 coaching staff. First-year manager Kevin Boles will be joined by pitching coach Jonathan Hurst, hitting coach Tony Jaramillo, bench coach Ender Chavez, athletic trainer Kiyoshi Tada, and performance coach Kory Wan. 

  • No. 2 Virginia hits 18 threes in 79-53 win over Syracuse

    Syracuse, N.Y. - The Syracuse basketball team didn't have many answers for Virginia's brilliant perimeter shooting in a 79-53 loss on Monday at the Carrier Dome. Final Score: Syracuse (19-11), 10-7) - 53 No. 2 Virginia (27-2, 15-2) 79.

  • Sessoms Surpasses Binghamton University Record With Seventh Weekly Honor

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton University's freshman guard Sam Sessoms continues to put up record breaking numbers. After another phenomenal week, the freshman has been named the America East Rookie of the Week for the seventh time this season. 

  • All-Star Game Closes High School Hockey Season

    The Broome County High School Hockey Association ended their season with the annual All-Star Game.

  • Sectional Basketball Championship Results

    The Johnson City and Owego boys and the Seton Catholic and Norwich girls will all be heading to regionals representing Section IV. 

  • Elmira Sweeps Section IV Class AA Championships

    Elmira's boy's and girl's basketball teams both defeated Binghamton, earning them Section IV Class AA titles. 

  • Owego Girls Basketball Fights Their Way In Win Over Waverly

    Owego, N.Y. - The No. 1 seed Owego Indians hustled their way to 61-52 victory over No. 4 seed Waverly on Thursday night.

  • Rumpel and Dyes Leads Seton To Boys Class B Final Game

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Seton Catholic Central boys basketball team are headed back to the Class B sectional championship game after their 78-59 win over Oneonta on Thursday night. Marcus Dyes and Brett Rumpel led the way for the saints combining for 50 points. 

  • Devils Acquire Forward Alex Krushelnyski

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils announced on Thursday that the club has acquired forward Alex Krushelnyski from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms in exchange for future considerations.  The twenty-eight year old has two assists in twenty games this season with the Phantoms. He's compiled six goals, 13 assists and 36 penalty minutes in 106 career American Hockey League games with the Norfolk Admirals, Hartford Wolf Pack, Binghamton Senators and Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The...
  • Union-Endicott's Ashley Cicciarelli Born Into Bowling Genes

    Endicott, N.Y. -  Many people believe that someone has to be lucky to find their passion. But, if you're really lucky, you'll find it at a very early age. Union-Endicott Junior, Ashley Cicciarelli found her passion when was about three years old. Although she didn't start bowling competitively until she was seven, bowling has been in her genes since the moment she was born.

  • Sessoms Ties Program Record In BU's 96-76 Loss

    Vestal, N.Y. -  Visiting Hartford (16-13, 9-5 America East) scored 55 first-half points and shot 60 percent en route to a 96-76 win over Binghamton Men's basketball (8-21, 4-10 AE) Wednesday night at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.

  • Weather Postpones High School Basketball Semifinals

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Due to the weather all Wednesday night Section IV high school basketball semifinal games have been postponed to Thursday, February 28. 

  • Girls High School Basketball Semifinal Roundup

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Tuesday night brought Section IV girls high school basketball sectional semifinal games. Final Scores Class AA Binghamton 37 Ithaca 35 Leading Scorers: Lexi Gruss - 13 points Kaziah Ross - 12 points Elmira 63 Horseheads 41 Binghamton plays Elmira Friday in Corning at 6 p.m. for the Class AA sectional title game. 

  • Syracuse Shuts Out Devils, 4-0

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils were shut out by the Syracuse Crunch for the third time this season, this time 4-0 at Floyd L. Maines Veteran Memorial Arena on Tuesday night. Carter Verhaeghe scored his 24th goal of the season 13:25 into the game for a 1-0 lead. 

  • Jim Boeheim Expresses Devastation and Heartbreak Following Fatal Car Accident

    Jim Boeheim opened his post game press conference addressing his involvement in a fatal accident with the media for the first time.

  • Dryden Cheer Defies Odds Ending Season at Sectionals

    The Dryden Lions may not be going to Rochester to represent Section IV, but they still have a lot of pride from their unexpected success this season. 

  • Five Section IV Wrestlers Named State Champions

    Norwich's Geislinger, Walton/Delhi's Merwin, Tioga's Worthing brothers and Watkins-Glen's Houseknecht dominated their respective weight classes and were awarded 2019 state titles.

  • Binghamton Men's Basketball Team Falls on Senior Day

    The Bearcats honored five members of the Class of 2019 ahead of Saturday's game against Vermont.

  • Section IV Cheerleading Teams Heading to States

    Union-Endicott, Chenango Forks, Johnson City, Vestal, and Chenango Valley will all represent Section IV at RIT at this year's NYSPHSAA Championship.

  • Maine-Endwell Wins High School Hockey Championship

    Maine-Endwell defeats Vestal 4-1 in their first championship win since 2015.

  • Binghamton Loses Fourth Straight in Loss to Belleville

    The Binghamton Devils presented the Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier with a $5700 following their DIFD Power to the Purple game.

  • Seton, Owego Boys Basketball Advance To Sectional Semifinals

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Seton Catholic Central defeated Whitney Point 65-52 in the Class B sectional quarterfinal on Friday night. Seton's Rumpel brothers combined for 50 points. Brett Rumpel finished with 26 and Tyler Rumpel finished with 24.  

  • Twelve Section IV Wrestlers Are Still Competing For A State Title

    Albany, N.Y. - The 2019 New York State Public High School Association Wrestling Champions started Friday morning at Albany's Times Union Center. Twelve Section IV wrestlers have the opportunity to be crowned a State Champion on Saturday. 

  • Jim Boeheim Will Coach Syracuse vs Duke On Saturday

    Syracuse, N.Y. - Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim will resume his coaching duties today and will coach in Saturday's game against Duke, three days after being involved in a fatal car accident. Syracuse host No. 4 Duke in the Carrier Dome Saturday at 6 p.m. 

  • Eastern League Announces Change To Split Season Format

    Portland, Maine - The Eastern League of Professional Baseball has announced the league will be changing their playoff format from a full season format to a split season format. Under the new format the first place team from each division (Eastern and Western) during both the first and second halves of the season will qualify for the postseason. 

  • ESPN cancels 'College GameDay' Broadcast At The Carrier Dome

    Syracuse, N.Y. - ESPN officials have cancelled "College Gameday" in light of a fatal car accident involving Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim. In what was anticipated as what of the biggest games in college basketball's 2019 season, Syracuse vs Duke, ESPN has decided they are no longer broadcasting live from the Carrier Dome. 

  • Joe Girardi Featured As 2019 Greater Binghamton Sports Hall Of Fame Speaker

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame and Annual Dinner committe outdid themselves again this year. Former New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi will be the featured speaker for the 2019 Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame induction dinner.

  • BCHSHA Championship Game Set: Maine-Endwell vs Vestal

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Broome County High School Hockey Association's loser bracket final featured Vestal and Chenango Forks on Wednesday. The Golden Bears defeated the Blue Devils 7-4 and now advance to the Championship game.

  • BU Women's Basketball Battles In 58-53 Win Over UMass Lowell

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton (11-15, 6-7 AE) used a 8-3 run over the last 2:48 of regulation to defeat UMass Lowell (7-20, 3-11 AE) 58-53 in an America East women's basketball game on Wednesday night at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center. The win is the second straight for the Bearcats. Junior guard Kai Moon finished with a team-best 19 points, hitting five of her eight three-point field goal attempts in the process. Junior guard Carly Boland added 11 points, five rebounds and ...
  • Four games left in the Bearcats regular season: First up, UMass Lowell

    Vestal, N.Y. - With just four games left in the regular season, Binghamton University Women's basketball have already secured their spot in their postseason. The Bearcats are sixth in the America East conference and with eight out of the nine teams appearing in the playoffs, UMBC (1-12) is unable to surpass the Bearcats to knock them out.

  • Saracino Signs AHL Contract With The Devils

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils have signed forward Nick Saracino to an American Hockey League contract on Wednesday morning. The twenty-seven year old has three goals and three assists in 20 games this season with the Binghamton Devils. Prior to signing a professional tryout in December, Saracino led the ECHL’s Wheeling Nailers with 37 points (17 goals, 20 assists) in 27 games. 

  • Mark Dennehy's Late Season Perspective On B-Devils

    Binghamton, N.Y. - You know the saying one step forward, two steps back? A frustrating saying but ultimately one that's critical within growth and experience. Ironically frustrating has been a word someone may use when talking about this year's Binghamton Devils team. They'll find themselves on a three-game sweep and then back on the losing side after getting swept three-games. 

  • Binghamton Spoils Maine-Endwell's Senior Night

    Endwell, N.Y. - Binghamton girl's basketball defeated Maine-Endwell 60-31 on the Spartans senior night on Tuesday. Binghamton's Jaziah Ross lead both teams with 16 points. Lexi Gruss added fifteen for the Patriots.

  • Do You Have What It Takes To Be A part Of Rumble Town?

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Rumble Ponies announced The 'Rumble Factor' on Tuesday afternoon. The Rumble Factor is a regional talent show that provides individuals the opportunity to become members of the on field staff for the 2019 season. 

  • Manny Machado's $300M Padres Contract Is 2nd Largest In MLB History

    The Manny Machado free agency tour has finally reached its destination and it looks like its in San Diego. The Padres agreed to terms with the infielder on a decade-long deal. Following his half-season stint with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reported the 10-year deal is worth $300 million, making it "the biggest free-agent contract in the history of American sports." Machado's deal reportedly features an opt-out provision after the fifth year, per Yahoo...
  • Hayley Moore Named America East Rookie of the Week

    Vestal, N.Y. - Freshman guard Hayley Moore has been named the America East Rookie of the Week. It marks the first time in her career that she has earned the conference's weekly honor. Moore scored a career-high 14 points in the Bearcats' 58-46 comeback win at UMBC last Wednesday. She drained four of her six three-point field goal attempts in the process. The Bearcats are back home Wednesday, February 20 hosting Umass Lowell at 7 p.m.
  • Report: Patriots Tried To "Aggressively" Get Giants WR Odell Beckham All Last Off season

    According to NBC Sports' Chris Simms, the Patriots "aggressively" tried to acquire Odell Beckham Jr. prior to the trade deadline last summer. As of right now, there has been rumors swirling around  the star receiver regarding if the New York Giants will look to trade him during this year's off season after OBJ agreed to a five-year contract extension with New York before the 2018-19 regular season started. 

  • Binghamton Women's Lacrosse Falls to Niagara

    Taylor Passuello made a career high 18 saves for Binghamton, and Rebecca Golderman led the team with two goals and two assists.   

  • Sunday High School Hockey Roundup

    Maine-Endwell advances to their first title game in three years, while Vestal and Forks will face off in the elimination bracket final on Wednesday night. 

  • Maine-Endwell Boys Swimming and Diving Wins Eighth Class B Title

    Three Spartan divers round out the top five.

  • Chenango Forks Shuts Binghamton Out of BCHSHA Playoffs

    Chris Brewster records his fourth shutout of the season as Forks defeats Binghamton 5-0 to advance in high school hockey playoffs. 

  • Binghamton Men's Lacrosse Falls to No. 18 Colgate in Season Opener

    The Bearcats opened their season with a loss to no. 18 Colgate at home. 

  • Norwich Hands Owego Their First Loss Of The Season In STAC Final

    Elmira, N.Y. - Norwich ruined Owego's undefeated season on Friday night defeating the Indians 74-39 in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference final at Elmira high school.

  • Seton Catholic Central Grabs Consecutive STAC Title

    Elmira, N.Y. -

  • Devils Comeback Falls Short in 4-3 Loss To Laval

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils fell into a 3-0 deficit and were unable to come back in an eventual 4-3 loss to the visiting Laval Rocket. With the victory, Laval ended a seven game losing streak. The comeback started on the power play as John Quenneville fired in his 14th of the year from the top of the left wing circle. 

  • Luis Severino, Agrees To Four-Year Extension

    New York - Luis Severino and the Yankees have agreed to a four-year, $40 million contract extension which buys out his arbitration years and includes a fifth-year club option that would cover one season of free agency. Severino, whose contract also includes a fifth-year option, will receive a $2 million signing bonus and earn $4 million in salary in 2019. He will make $10 million in 2020, $10.25 million in 2021 and $11 million in 2022. He also has a $15 million club option that cove...
  • Friday Night STAC Championships Could Be Extra Special For Owego Basketball

    Owego, N.Y. - For most Section IV high school basketball teams the regular season is in the rear view mirror and all they're focusing on now is the post season. However, for four local teams they'll look to end their regular season as the STAC champions. Now, although the big picture here is of course the playoffs, Friday night could be an extremely special night for the boys and girls Owego basketball teams. 

  • STHA And USA Hockey Partners With B-Devils For Try Hockey Free Day

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils have partnered with USA Hockey and the Southern Tier Hockey Association (STHA) to host Try Hockey Free Day on February 23. This completely free experience will provide kids with a basic understanding of skating and the game of hockey. Parents can register their child, age four to nine, in one of two time slots. 

  • 2019 Section IV Girls Basketball Sectionals Schedule

    New York - Here are the Section IV girls basketball 2019 sectionals schedule! Listed below is the first round of sectionals for each team!

  • Devils Host Annual Heart Cup Game On Saturday

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils will host the 35th annual Heart Cup game on Saturday February 16 at 4:30 pm, prior to the Devils game against the Laval Rocket at 7:05 p.m. Binghamton Police Department and Fire Department will face one another on the ice for a great cause. For just $15.50, fans can attend the Heart Cup game and stay for the Binghamton Devils game against the Laval Rocket at 7:05 p.m. 

  • Bearcats Grab Historic Comeback Win Over UMBC

    BALTIMORE, Md. – All in all, it was a milestone night for the Binghamton women's basketball team.

  • Union-Endicott Bowler Sets National Record

    Endicott, N.Y. - Junior Tiger Bowler Ashley Cicciarelli set a national record on Saturday, February 9 during the Section IV Class A Tournament. Cicciarelli bowled a series of 258,296 and 300, which became the highest girls three game series in the history of high school bowling nationwide. Ashley's 300 game and 854 series have been added to the National 300/800 Honor Roll for high school bowling. 

  • BU Women's Lacrosse Opens Season At Syracuse

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton University Women's lacrosse team opens their 2019 season in the Carrier Dome against No. 15 ranked Syracuse. Unfortunately history doesn't favor the Bearcats as the Orange has a 6-0 all time record against Binghamton, defeating them 16-5 in 2017. 

  • Devils Sign Nikita Popugaev To AHL Contract

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils announced announced Tuesday that the club has signed forward Nikita Popugaev to an American League contract. The announcement came from Binghamton Devils general manager, Tom Fitzgerald. The twenty-year old is a 2017 fourth-round pick (98th overall) of the New Jersey Devils..

  • Bearcats Largest Pitching Staff In Johnston's Tenure Can Make All The Difference

    Vestal, N.Y. -  Believe it or not the Binghamton University's softball team are just four days away from the 2019 season. On Friday, the Bearcats open their season at the Cal-State Northridge Early Bird Cassic in Northridge, California.

  • Binghamton Baseball Looks To Get Back To Their Old Ways

    Vestal, N.Y. - Winning has been Binghamton University baseball team's middle name for over a decade. The Bearcats have found themselves in the NCAA Tournament four times since 2009, collecting nine conference titles in the last twelve years. 

  • M-E's Parker Stokes Named Gatorade NYS Boys XC Runner of the Year

    Endwell, N.Y. -  Maine-Endwell's Parker Stokes has had quite the senior year and now he has been named the Gatorade New York Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year.

    "It's rather humbling. There's so many talented kids that run in New York, it's one of the most competitive running states in the country" said Parker.

  • Kareem Hunt Signs With Cleveland Browns

    The Cleveland Browns have signed RB Kareem Hunt. It's certainly an interesting decision for many different reasons. For one, the Browns already have an excellent young running back in Nick Chubb. The Browns signed Hunt to a one-year deal on Monday less than three months after the Kansas City Chiefs cut him for the video that was released of Hunt kicking a women in February. 

  • BCHSHA Playoff Results February 10

    Vestal and Maine-Endwell upset the top two seeds Chenango Forks and Binghamton respectively, and Elmira/Horseheads stayed alive to defeat Chenango Valley following Saturday's elimination game.

  • Elmira/Horseheads Advances in BCHSHA Playoffs

     A 6-4 win by Elmira/Horseheads knocks Union-Endicott out of the Broome County High School Hockey Association playoffs.

  • Binghamton Women's Basketball Hosts Annual Play4Kay Game

    The Bearcats raised $265 for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund after scoring 53 points against the University of New Hampshire.

  • Lappin and Murphy Recalled to NJ, Wolfe Signed to PTO

    Nick Lappin and Ryan Murphy were recalled to the New Jersey Devils, and Greg Wolfe was signed to a professional tryout in Binghamton.

  • Friday Night Section IV High School Basketball Roundup

    Johnson City verse Horseheads; still waiting for final Chenango Forks verse Norwich; 84-33
  • Egor Yakovlev Back to Binghamton

    News coming out of New Jersey, the Devils have sent down Egor Yakovlev back to Binghamton. The defense men has played fourteen games in New jersey this season. In that time he has recorded two goals and three assist.  In the twelve games he has played here in Binghamton, he has recorded ten assist.  The Devils return to action Saturday night in Cleveland where they will face off against the Monsters. Puck drop is at 7:00.

  • Thursday Night Section IV Basketball Roundup

    Take a look at the Thursday night's Section IV boy's basketball.

  • Binghamton, Johnson City Host Senior Nights

    Both the Binghamton Patriots and Johnson City Wildcats hosted their senior nights tonight, with the Patriots victorious over Elmira and the Wildcats falling to Maine-Endwell.

  • Johnson City Shines in Twenty Point Win Over Maine-Endwell

    The Wildcats clawed their way to the top, defeating the Spartans 73-53.

  • CV Names Sorrenti as Head Football Coach

    Former Maine-Endwell star and assistant coach hopes to bring Chenango Valley its first Section IV title since 2011.

  • Johnson City's Xavier Hill Surpasses 1000 Points

    The sky's the limit for the junior, who scored his 1000th point on his 100th free throw Friday night.

  • Binghamton Basketball Teams Fall to Albany

    Both the men and women's basketball teams were unable to come out on top over the SUNY rival Albany.

  • Devils Defeat Senators in Season's First Shootout

    Nathan Bastian and Cory Schneider led the Devils to a shootout win over the Belleville Senators.

  • Mariano Rivera Visits Baseball Hall of Fame

    The former Yankees pitcher made his first trip to ahead of July's formal induction

  • Women's Basketball Team Defeats First Place Hartford

    The Bearcats handed the Hawks their first America East loss of the season after shooting 51 percent.

  • Johnson City Athletic Director Receives National Recognition

    Jeff Paske was honored by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association as a Certified Athletic Administrator.

  • Binghamton Devils Spreading Mental Health Awareness

    Devils players participated in the annual Bell Let's Talk initiative ahead of their Power to the People game.

  • High School Hockey Heading to Playoffs

    Chenango Forks grabs the top seed moving into next Saturday's playoffs.

  • Binghamton University Swimming and Diving Teams Sweep on Senior Day

    The teams posted an 11-2 final record for their highest combined record in the program's Division I era.

  • Caleb Stewart Celebrates Career Day in Win Over Maine

    The senior forward netted a career-high 26 points on the same day he scored his 1,000th point. 

  • Basketball Brotherhood; Kobe Bogart & Christian Sage

    Owego, N.Y. - Owego's boys basketball team find themselves leading the pack in Class B with a 13-2 record putting up some impressive numbers this season. The Indians lead Section IV in points and rank 23rd throughout New York State in Class B. Could this year be the year the Indians grab their first sectional championship in over a decade? The Indians haven't held a sectional championship plaque since 2006, when the school was in Class A.

  • Devils Secure Overtime Win Against Hartford Wolfpack

    The Binghamton Devils came back in the third period and defeated the visiting Hartford Wolf Pack 3-2 in overtime.

  • Owego Defeats Union-Endicott on Senior Night

    The Indians beat the Tigers 69-59 in a close game on their Senior Night.

  • Sessoms Career High Isn't Enough For The Bearcats

    Vestal, N.Y. - Visiting UMass Lowell (12-9, 4-2 America East) rallied from 14 points down in the second half to upend Binghamton men's basketball (5-15, 1-4 AE) 85-79 Wednesday night and in the process, spoiled a huge night from a pair of Bearcats in front of 4,710 fans at the Events Center. 

  • Evan Cormier Reassigned To Thunder

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Life's tough get a helmet huh? The Binghamton Devils announced Wednesday that goaltender Evan Cormier has been reassigned to the Adirondack thunder of the ECHL. The twenty-one year old posted a 4-1 record and a 0.933 save percentage in six games with Binghamton. 

  • Carmody Makes A Name For Herself As BU Handles UMass Lowell

    LOWELL, Mass  -- Senior forward Rebecca Carmody finished with 13 points, 10 rebounds and a career-high nine assists, leading Binghamton (8-11, 3-3 AE) to a 70-50 win over UMass Lowell (6-14, 2-5 AE) in an America East women's basketball game on Wednesday morning at the Tsongas Center. T

  • Mariano Rivera Headlines HOF, Halladay, Edgar, Mussina All Voted In

    New York - The Baseball Writers Association of America have spoken by officially releasing its 2019 Baseball Hall of Fame results. As expected, four players will be inducted into Cooperstown this July. Yankees legend, closer, Mariano Rivera became the first player to ever be unanimously selected to the Class of 2019.

  • Sarah Harding And Caitlin Harding Sign National Letters Of Intent

    Vestal, N.Y. - Vestal's Caitlin Harding and Sarah Harding don't only share the same last name but also the same love for lacrosse. The two seniors signed their National Letters of Intent to continue their lacrosse careers in college.

  • "It hasn't been the easiest career wise, I'm trying to just rebuild my game here" Cory Schneider

    Binghamton, N.Y. - It was in 2016 when New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider became an NHL All-Star and ever since, the thirty-two year old has suffered from on-and-off injuries. The latest came in December of 2018 when he suffered an abdominal strain on December 14, 2018 in the Devils game against the Vegas Golden Knights.

  • Yankees Trade Sonny Gray To Reds, Land OF Prospect

    New York - The long rumored trade of New York Yankees pitcher Sonny Gray to the Cincinnati Reds became official on Monday.  The Yankees announced today that they have acquired second baseman Shed Long and a Competitive Balance Round A pick in the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for RHP Sonny Gray and LHP Reiver Sanmartín. 

  • B-Devils Fall Short To Syracuse In Schneider's Return

    Syracuse, N.Y. - Corey Schneider started in net for Binghamton on Monday in their game against Syracuse Crunch. Syracuse scored 1:24 into the game for the one-goal lead and Binghamton couldn't recover, falling 2-1 to Syracuse. Crunch added their second goal with 16 seconds remaining in the first period and led 2-0 heading into the second period, along with a 9-2 shot advantage. 

  • Kaci Donovan Commits To PSU To Play Basketball

    Owego, N.Y - Owego Indians basketball star Kaci Donovan announced on Twitter that she's committing to Penn State University to play basketball.  The Nittany Lions are more than halfway through their 2018-19 season with an overall record of 9-9 and 2-5 in conference play. PSU plays in the BIG Ten Conference and plays its home games in the Bryce Jordan Center. 

  • Cory Schneider Returns to Binghamton on Conditioning Loan

    New Jersey Devils goaltender Cory Schneider was assigned to Binghamton to rehab after his abdominal strain on December 17.

  • Kai Moon Returns with Career High in OT Loss

    Kai Moon returned to the court for the first time since December 17 and put up a career-high 25 points. 

  • Mackenzie Blackwood, Others Sent Back to Binghamton

    Mackenzie Blackwood, Nathan Bastian, Kevin Rooney, and Egor Yakovlev were all sent back to Binghamton.

  • Binghamton Devils Game Postponed To February 26

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Due to new developments on today's impending winter storm, tonight's Binghamton Devils game against the Syracuse Crunch, originally scheduled for today, has been postponed to Tuesday, February 26 at 7:05 p.m. All tickets for today's originally scheduled game will be honored on February 26. Anyone who cannot attend the game may also exchange their tickets for any remaining 2018-19 regular season game.

  • 2019 Wrestling Stac Championship

    Johnson City, N.Y. - 

  • Chenango Valley Hockey Defeats Union-Endicott 10-4

    The Warriors scored four goals in the first and second periods to stay on top.

  • Maine-Endwell Tops Union-Endicott, 61-50

    Endwell, N.Y. - The Maine-Endwell Spartans defeated Union-Endicott 61-50 on Friday night.

  • Binghamton University Wrestling Defeats Penn in First Conference Win

    The Bearcats rallied to beat the Quakers 25-12 in for the second year in a row.

  • Winter Storm Forces Game Schedule Changes

    Binghamton, N.Y. - As soon as the snow started to fall on Friday, cancellations, schedule changes and delays started to occur as well. Here are a few changes to this weekends sporting events. 

  • Tim Tebow Gets Another Invite To Mets Spring Training

    New York - Tim Tebow will be back at the New York Mets major league camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida, in February for his third season with the team. Because he is not on the 40-man roster, Tebow needed an invite to big league camp, which opens Feb. 16.

  • Thursday Night Section IV Hoops

    Binghamton, N.Y. - High School's basketball's post season is a little less than a month away and for some teams the next several games will be do or die for when thinking of the bigger picture, the playoffs. Thursday night was filled with a lot of back and forth games. Here are you final scores.

  • Johnson City's Balchikonis Sign LOI

    Johnson City, N.Y. - Johnson City senior Madison Balchikonis signed her National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at Division II Roberts Wesleyan

  • Bearcats Defense Contains UMBC

    Vestal, N.Y. Binghamton (7-10, 2-2 AE) used a balanced offensive attack to defeat UMBC (7-10, 0-4 AE) 67-45 in an America East basketball game on Wednesday night at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center. The victory marks the Bearcats' second triumph in their past three games. Senior guard Rebecca Carmody netted a team-best 16 points to go along with eight rebounds, three assists and three steals. She now has 902 points for her career and continues to lead the conference w...

  • Bears Snap Devils Win Streak In OT

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils collected a point on Wednesday in a 1-0 overtime loss to the visiting Hershey Bears at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. The Devils now have points in five-straight games. 

  • Evan Cormier Fitting In Nicely In Binghamton

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devil still find themselves at the bottom of the AHL in goals allowed, allowing 143 on the season. However, 21 year-old goalie Evan Cormier has certainly been on route to change that, allowing less than two goals per game during their four game winning streak. The Devils are the longest streak of their season.  

  • Former Windsor Coach And AD Inducted Into NYS Basketball Coaches HOF

    Windsor, N.Y. - Former Windsor coach and Athletic Director Gary Vail will be inducted into the New York State Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame. The induction will take place at 10:00am on Sunday, March 24, 2019 in the Heritage Hall of the Glens Falls Civic Center. According to Windsor school Vail stated, “It’s a great honor and a great honor for the program."  “I had a lot of great kids, a lot of great coaches and a program that worked. It was a c...
  • Seton's Marina Maerkl Scores 1,000th Career Point

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Senior Marina Maerkl scored her 1,000th career point in Seton's 54-22 victory over Windsor Tuesday night.  

  • Owego Stays Undefeated With Win Over Binghamton

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Owego Indians stay undefeated with their 63-39 win over Binghamton on Tuesday night.

  • Maine-Endwell Sneaks Past Oneonta, 64-60

    Endwell, N.Y. - Maine-Endwell defeated Oneonta 64-60 on Tuesday night. The Spartans outscored the Yellow Jackets by 15 in the third quarter.

  • NYSSWA All-State Football Teams Class A & Class AA

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The New York Sports Writers Association released Class A and Class AA 2018 All-State Team on Tuesday. Class A Third Team - Binghamton OL Nick Zikuski  Fifth Team - Binghamton WR Colbie Young Class AA Fourth Team - Vestal RB Matt Thrasher DL Brandon Taylor

  • NYSSWA Boys High School Basketball Weekly Rankings

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The New York State Sportswriters Association released its sixth weekly high school boys basketball rankings on Tuesday. Class B 24. Owego Class C 15. Spencer-Van Etten Class D 3. South Kortright 7. Milford 11. Morris
  • Thomas Bruce Will Red Shirt 2018-19 Season

    Vestal, N.Y. - Six-foot-nine senior center Thomas Bruce, a two-time America East All-Defensive Team selection, will red-shirt the season after a slow recovery from a preseason concussion.

    Bruce averaged 11.1 points and 8.8 rebounds last winter. He ranked second in the conference in rebounding and led the league with 2.1 blocks per game in 2017-18. 

  • McKnight Signs LOI

    Endwell, N.Y. - Maine Endwell 's Ashlynn McKnight signed her National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Division II Roberts Wesleyan College. The Senior Captain has been a member of the M-E varsity basketball team since the 9th grade and currently averages 20 points a game. Ashlynn was also selected to the Basketball Coaches of NY Section IV team.  "I feel like Maine-Endwell has pushed me to become a better student, person and player" said McKnight.
  • Binghamton Devils Win Fourth Straight

    The Binghamton Devils beat the Cleveland Monsters 5-4 at home.

  • Seton Catholic Central Tops Binghamton 51-41

    The Saints held off the Patriots to win in a Section IV showdown.

  • Section IV Friday Night Basketball

    New York - Another Friday night of Section IV basketball is in the books. Here are you final scores!

  • Tamdan McCrory Brings UFC Talent to Broome County Martial Arts

    After retiring with a 14-5 professional MMA record, Tamdan McCrory took his talents from the octagon to the Broome County Martial Arts mats.

  • Devils Sign Cormier To AHL Contract

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils announced on Friday that goaltender Evan Cormier has been signed to an American Hockey League Contract. According to Binghamton Devils general manager Tom Fitzgerald. Originally on an amateur tryout, the 21-year-old has two wins, a shut out, a 1.87 goals-against average, and .938 save percentage in just four games with Binghamton. The ON native is a 2016 fourth-round draft pick, 105th overall, of the New Jersey Devils and earlier this season ...
  • Dempsey Leads Seton To Victory With Six 3's

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The (9-3) Seton Catholics Central Saints hosted the (7-5) Susquehanna Valley Sabers on Thursday night. Tommy Dempsey and Brett Rumpel led the Saints to their 59-42 victory over the Sabers. Dempsey scored 22 points, 21 of those points came from six 3's. Rumpel was right behind at 21 points. On the other hand, Jarred Freije led the Sabers with 12 points.

  • "When you're out recruiting you're trying to find the next J.C. Show" - Tommy Dempsey

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton University Men's basketball guard J.C. Show scored his 1,000th point for his collegiate career during Wednesday nights 59-46 loss at Stony Brook. The graduate student transferred from Bucknell University to Binghamton University his sophomore year, where he played only 12 games after missing the rest of the season due to an injury. 

  • Johnson City Native Todd Place Looks To Turn Football Program Around

    Johnson City, N.Y. - After two rounds of applications and narrowing it down to two candidates, Johnson City native Todd Place was named the Wildcats head football coach. Place, is a teaching assistant at Johnson City High School and has been part of the football coaching staff at JC for the last sixteen years. Not only has he made a difference in the classroom and on the football field, but Place has also coached wrestling and baseball for the Wildcats since 2000-01

  • Cormier Shines In Shut Out Against Crunch

    Binghamton, N.Y. -  Evan Cormier stopped all 35 shots he faced as the Binghamton Devils shutout the Syracuse Crunch, 4-0, on Wednesday night at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. The Devils took a 1-0 lead with 4:31 left in the first period as Brandon Gignac beat goaltender Eddie Pasquale on a breakaway. 

  • McFadden Leads Maine-Endwell to 57-55 Win Over Owego

    Endwell, N.Y. - 

  • Bu Women's Basketball Falls Short Against Stony Brook

    VESTAL, N.Y. – Shania Johnson scored a game-high 26 points, powering Stony Brook (13-3, 2-1 AE) to a 65-56 win over Binghamton (6-10, 1-2 AE) Wednesday night in an America East women's basketball game at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center. 

  • BU Men's Basketball Unable To Outplay Stony Brook

    STONY BROOK, N.Y. – Stony Brook (14-3, 2-0 America East) used a 15-0 run to snap a second-half tie and the Seawolves held off visiting Binghamton men's basketball (5-12, 1-1 AE) 59-46 Wednesday night from Island Federal Arena. The Seawolves, ranked No. 16 in the latest Mid-Major Top 25 poll, shot 50 percent and withstood a gritty effort from the Bearcats, who forced 15 turnovers but shot just 29 percent on the offensive end. 

  • Quenneville On Track To First AHL All-Star Classic Appearance

    Binghamton, N.Y. - John Quenneville and Mackenzie Blackwood were selected to the AHL All-Star Classic on Thursday January 3rd and both were still playing in the NHL with the New Jersey Devils. However, over the weekend forward JOhn Quenneville was called back down to Binghamton and if he stays here for the next few weeks he'll be making his first All-Star Classic appearance. 

  • Todd Place Named Johnson City Head Football Coach

    Johnson City, N.Y. -  Johnson City high school football has officially named Johnson City native Todd Place as their head football coach. Head Coach Dave Robinson resigned from the position in November 2018 after the team went 1-7 on the 2018 season.

  • NYSSWA Boys Basketball Rankings

    New York - The New York State Sportswriters Association released its fifth weekly boys high school basketball rankings.

  • Freije highlights NYSSWA Football Honors

    New York - Susquehanna Valley quarterback Jarred Freije caps off his historic 2018 season by winning the New York State Class C Player of the year. The New York State Sportswriters Association released its all-state football teams on Tuesday.

  • Maine-Endwell Breaks Away From Johnson City, 76-68

    Johnson City, N.Y. - Johnson City hosted Maine-Endwell in a Class A match-up Monday night. Final Maine-Endwell (7-2) 76 Johnson City (7-4) 68
  • David Wright To Become Mets Special Adviser

    New York - Former New York Mets Captain David Wright is becoming a special adviser to chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon and general manager Brodie Van Wagenen, the Mets announced today. Wright will serve as a special assistant to new general manager Brodie Van Wagenen and team COO Jeff Wilpon. It will not be a full-time role. 

  • Dwayne Haskins Declares for 2019 NFL Draft

    Columbus, Ohio - After a historic season for Ohio State's quarterback Dwayne Haskins, he's ready to take the next step. The third-year sophomore declared for the 2019 NFL draft on Monday morning. Haskins expressed his gratitude on twitter, thanking Ohio State for "everything." "You have made this experience a blessing. 

  • Bearcats Finding Rhythm as America East Play Begins

    Head coach Tommy Dempsey is pleased with his team's upward trajectory so far this season. 

  • Binghamton Devils Sign Brodeur to Professional Tryout

    The twenty two year old goaltender joins newly signed Evan Cormier.

  • Binghamton Devils Win First Home Game of 2019

    Binghamton Devils edge out the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 3-2.

  • Binghamton Basketball Teams Earn First Conference Wins Over University of New Hampshire

    Both of Binghamton men's and women's basketball teams tallied their first America East wins over the University of New Hampshire Wildcats.

  • Section IV Friday Hoops

    Binghamton, N.Y. - All around the Southern Tier, high schoolers hit the hardwood for some Section IV showdowns.

  • Binghamton Devils Ring in 2019 with a Loss

    Evan Cormier stopped 24 in professional debut.

  • Saints Soar Over Chenango Valley

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Seton Catholic Central boys basketball defeated Chenango Valley 76-61 on Thursday night.

  • Sessoms Breaks School-Record Against Columbia

    Vestal, N.Y. - Binghamton University Men's basketball team will enter America East play on Saturday with a record of 4-11. The Bearcats have had a few bright spots in their early season, losing six of their last seven games. However, freshman Sam Sessoms has certainly shown in his talent on the court, averaging 17.5 points a game, totaling 262 points throughout 15 games.  

  • Blackwood, Quenneville Selected to AHL All-Star Classic

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils are just about halfway through their season, with four months lefts and just four weeks away from the AHL ALL-Star Classic. The American Hockey League announced today that forward John Quenneville and goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood were selected to the 2019 AHL All-Star Classic, to be held January 27-28 in Springfield, MA. 

  • Bearcats Fall In Buzzer Beater To Columbia

    Vestal, N.Y. - Vestal, N.Y. - Freshman guard Sam Sessoms led a huge second-half rally with 21 of his game-high 25 points but visiting Columbia (4-9) scored the game-winning jumper at the buzzer to beat Binghamton men's basketball (4-11) 65-63 Wednesday night at Dr. Bai Lee Court at the Events Center.

  • BU Women's Basketball Falls Short In 4th Quarter To Albany

    Albany, N.Y. - Albany, N.Y. - Host Albany (4-10, 1-0 AE) outscored Binghamton (5-9, 0-1 AE) 12-2 in the final 4:24 of regulation to record a 61-56 victory in an America East Women's basketball game on Wednesday night at SEFCU Arena. The game marked the start of the Bearcats' 18th season in the conference.

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