VESTAL -- The Bearcat men fell to 0-2 in the America East Monday night, but perhaps the bigger news that contest was the absence of Rayner Moquete.
The junior guard, who heading in Mondays loss, averaged 16 points-per-game over the last two did not play one second verse UAlbany.
That's because head coach Tommy Dempsey says Moquete violated team standards.
"My principles are more important than wins-and-losses, and I have to do what's best for the program to create the right messages for everybody in the program. They need to take care of business on-and-off the court, said Dempsey.
Moquete's status for tomorrow night's home game vs Stony Brook has not yet been determined.
B-Mets Bust Out Lumber in Hardware City, 6-3
NEW BRITAIN, CT The Binghamton Mets racked up eleven hits, including five for extra-bases, and starter Logan Verrett matched a career-high with ten strikeouts in a 6-3 win over the New Britain Rock... more
Bonfe red hot in series win over Portland
PORTLAND, ME Joe Bonfe pounded out four hits, including a go-ahead two-run single in the sixth inning, to lead the Binghamton Mets past the Portland Sea Dogs, 8-5, on Sunday afternoon at Hadlock... more
Seton Alum Slavik shines in OT Semi-Final loss
CORTLAND, N.Y. Sophomore Allister Warren (Toronto, ON/Malvern) scored two minutes, five seconds into overtime as the nationally third-ranked RIT men's lacrosse team advanced to its first-ever NCAA... more
B-Mets get Grand Slammed in 9th
PORTLAND, ME - Portland Sea Dogs catcher Matt Spring blasted a walk-off grand slam in the ninth inning to hand the Binghamton Mets a heartbreaking 10-7 loss at Hadlock Field on Saturday afternoon.... more