The most recent homestand for the B-Mets ended much better than it began. Over the holiday weekend, the B-Mets lost three of four to the Erie Sea Wolves only to erase that bitter taste with a four-game sweep of first place Portland. Beginning Friday, the B-Mets hit the rode riding high and have a chance at redemption against the Sea Wolves in Erie. Despite having plenty of momentum, B-Mets manager Pedro Lopez says the message hasn't changed.
B-Sens announce training camp roster VIEW VIDEO
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – The Binghamton Senators, proud American Hockey League affiliate of the National Hockey League Ottawa Senators, have announced its 2014 training camp roster heading to Lyon , France... more
Select BU games to air on ESPN3 VIEW VIDEO
VESTAL, N.Y. – The America East Conference has released its 2014-15 TV schedule, which has the Binghamton basketball teams making a combined total of at least three regular-season appearances on... more