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.
Wideman launches game winner in OT
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. Ė The Binghamton Senators picked up its first win on the road against the St. Johnís IceCaps in dramatic fashion with a 3-2 overtime victory. Chris Wideman scored the game-winning... more
B-Sens comeback bid falls one goal short
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. Ė The Binghamton Senators came up short 6-5 in search of its first victory over the St. Johnís IceCaps at the Mile One Centre in Newfoundland . Despite a late rally from the B-Sens,... more
Madray feeling better than ever VIEW VIDEO
In 2013-14, the Bearcats relied on the talents of Jordan Reed to lead a freshmen class that quickly went from untested to well seasoned as players. Marlon Beck, Yosef Yacob, Magnus Richards, and... more