BINGHAMTON -- If offense wins games and defense wins championships, GBFC looks like they're in pretty good shape come playoff time.
Through the first eight games of the team's sophomore season, GBFC is 5-1-2 and has outscored it's opponents 13-7. More impressively, goalkeeper Jason Stenta has yet to allow a goal on his home turf. He puts that record to the test on Saturday against Pocono.
Bearcats hold on for four point win
EMMITSBURG, Md. Binghamton (2-6) shot 68 percent in the second half and put four in double figures to register a 74-70 road win over Mt. St. Marys (2-7) in a mens basketball game -Wednesday night... more
Lady Bearcats fall to Big Red
ITHACA, N.Y. Allyson DiMango netted a game-high 17 points, leading Cornell (5-3) to a 63-55 win over Binghamton (1-6) in a non-conference womens basketball game on Wednesday night at Newman Arena.... more
Yoest's 23 propels Forks to win VIEW VIDEO
In an early season STAC contest, the Chenango Forks Blue Devils knocked off the Windsor Black Knights 45-38. Alexandra Yoest notched 23 points for Forks. Chase Moran scored a team-high 15 points... more
Grant returns, hopes to help VIEW VIDEO
It took only three games as captain for Mike Hoffman to be recalled by Ottawa. In the same transaction, former captain Mark Borowiecki and 2012-13 team MVP Derek Grant have been reassigned to the... more
STAC Boys' Soccer Awards
The STAC Boys' Soccer Awards have been announced. Here are this year's winners.
Forwards: Luke Osovski, Maine-Endwell; Zach Quist, Corning; Luc Sinon, Ithaca; Josh... more