After two years at Vestal, Joe Ruggerio made the decision to transfer to Binghamton. After two years as an offensive and defensive lineman for the Patriots, that decision has paid off. Thursday, Ruggerio officially signed his letter of intent to play football Division II Gannon.
Patriot Hall was packed with Ruggerio's teammates, coaches, family and friends. He says without them, and without great coaching this dream of his would not have come true.
B-Mets victimized by walk-off
BINGHAMTON, NY – The Binghamton Mets gave up a walk-off double to Jonathan Roof in the bottom of the ninth inning and fell to the Portland Sea Dogs, 4-3, on Tuesday night at Hadlock Field. Dilson... more
Plays of the Week VIEW VIDEO
After a week of great tennis, rugby, competitive eating and baseball there's plenty of nominees to choose from but only five can make the Shortline Coach USA Plays of the... more
LG&T Semifinal match at Rec Park VIEW VIDEO
Binghamton, July 19, 2014 – Sergiy Stakhovsky and Wayne Odesnik advanced to the singles final of the 21st annual Levene Gouldin
& Thompson Tennis Challenger with straight set wins on Saturday... more