• Bunal, BU baseball stifles Albany in tourney opener

    Senior ace Mike Bunal struck out nine in eight scoreless innings and top-seeded Binghamton (28-23) advanced in the winner's bracket with a 6-3 win over fifth-seeded Albany.

  • BU baseball gears up for Albany

    Binghamton's first opponent in the America East conference baseball tournament is now set. Albany beat UMBC on Wednesday afternoon to advance in the winner's bracket.

  • Bunal ready to set tone for BU in game one

    All season Jake Cryts has taken the mound in game one of conference series but in game one of the tournament it will be senior Mike Bunal on the hill for BU.

  • BU baseball plants record nine on all-star teams

    Nine players earned all-conference laurels and BU landed two of the four major award winners. Head Coach Tim Sinicki was a unanimous choice for Coach of the Year and senior pitcher Mike Bunal was selected as Pitcher of the Year by a vote of the seven head coaches.

  • BU baseball: Making-up for 2015 season

    The three-time America East conference champions will attempt to win their third in four years over the weekend in Lowell, Massachusetts and advance to the NCAA regional.

  • Bearcats earn top seed in America East tournament

    After finishing the regular season 27-23 overall and 19-5 in conference play, the Bearcats earned the number one seed in the America East Tournament.

  • Cortland advances to final four

    CORTLAND, N.Y. (WBNG) – Junior Kristen Ohberg (Brewster) tallied a game-high seven points on six goals and one assist to lead the nationally top-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team to an 18-2 victory versus Catholic University Sunday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Div.

  • Cortland earns third straight world series berth with win

    Cortland opened up an 8-2 lead after four innings and held off numerous Susquehanna comeback attempts as the Red Dragons defeated the Crusaders, 10-9, to win the NCAA Division III Baseball New York Regional title.

  • Orange punch ticket to championship weekend!

    No. 4 Syracuse is returning to championship weekend for the fifth straight year after defeating No. 5 USC, 12-11, in overtime in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament.

  • 'Cuse comes up short in NCAA quarterfinals

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WBNG)- The eighth-seeded Syracuse men's lacrosse team was unable to overcome its four-goal halftime deficit, falling to top-seeded Maryland by the final score of 13-7 at Brown University in the NCAA quarterfinals.

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