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  • Bearcats confident after Monday's win

    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.

    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

    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.

    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

    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.

    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

    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.  

    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.  

  • Big runs doom Bearcats in Albany

    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.

    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.

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

    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.

    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

    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.

    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.

  • Bearcats expect tight games throughout AEast play

    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.

    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

    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.

    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.

  • Limiting offensive rebounds becomes the focus for BU

    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.

    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

    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.

    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

    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.

    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.

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

    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.

    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.

  • BU men's basketball drop AEast opener against Maine

    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.

    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

    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.

    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.

  • Bearcats looking to make statement in conference opener

    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.

    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

    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.

    "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.

  • Bearcat women ready for America East play

    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.

    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

    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.

    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.

  • Bruce hopeful for Saturday, game time decision

    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.

    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.

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

    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...
    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

    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.

    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.

  • A look back at the best in Sports from 2017

    A look back at the best in Sports from 2017

    As the calendar flips from 2017 to 2018 Fox 40 takes a look back on the best sports stories of the past year.

    As the calendar flips from 2017 to 2018 Fox 40 takes a look back on the best sports stories of the past year.

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

    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. 

    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. 

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

    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.

    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.

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

    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.

    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.

  • Bearcats riding 6 game win streak into 7 day break

    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.

    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.

  • Bearcats wrestling coach resigns

    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.

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

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

    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.

    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.

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

    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.

    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.

  • Bearcats men strive for greatness, winning sixth straight

    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.

    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.

  • BU Women's basketball beats Bryant College

    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.

    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.

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

    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. 

    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

    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).

    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

    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.

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

  • BU Women's Basketball loses to Yale in OT

    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.

    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

    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...
    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...
  • Moore Selected in 2017 Major League Lacrosse Draft

    Moore Selected in 2017 Major League Lacrosse Draft

    Moore is going pro!Moore is going pro!

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

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

  • Libous impact felt in area sports

    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.

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

  • Bearcats roll in win over Bucknell

    Bearcats roll in win over Bucknell

    Tuesday, March 22 2016 11:00 PM EDT2016-03-23 03:00:55 GMT

    The BU Bearcats won their home opener in decisive fashion beating Bucknell 14-2 on Tuesday.

    The BU Bearcats won their home opener in decisive fashion beating Bucknell 14-2 on Tuesday.

  • Bearcats pick up second win at home over Drexel

    Bearcats pick up second win at home over Drexel

    Tuesday, March 22 2016 11:04 PM EDT2016-03-23 03:04:06 GMT

    BU picks up second win of the season with a 10-7 home victory over Drexel

    BU picks up second win of the season with a 10-7 home victory over Drexel