Binghamton Baseball Looks To Get Back To Their Old WaysPosted: Updated:
Vestal, N.Y. - Winning has been Binghamton University baseball team's middle name for over a decade. The Bearcats have found themselves in the NCAA Tournament four times since 2009, collecting nine conference titles in the last twelve years. Therefore, last season's 18-30-1 record was very unexpected and forced the Bearcats to finish last in the America East and forced them out of the postseason after winning back-to regular season crowns.
However, the 2019 season is officially in the rear view mirror and the 2019 season is only four days away. The season begins with a big test, a three-game set against No. 17 Michigan on February 15-17 in Port St. Lucie, Florida at the New York Mets spring training facility.
"The last two years, we've seen the good and the bad" said junior pitcher Jake Miller.
"I think the key word here, Coach Sinicki has mentioned it a lot is just consistency."
“I think we’ve got a really good team this year. We’ve got a good combination of young talent and some older guys who have seen what it takes to win an America East Championship and with the combination of those two, I think we’re looking pretty good this year" said senior outfielder Anthony Meduri.
Binghamton takes on Michigan Friday at 1 p.m.