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  • Cortland lacrosse wins in third round, 21-7

    Top-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team closed the first half with a 6-0 run to break open a tight game and went onto a 21-7 victory versus Pomona-Pitzer Saturday afternoon in the third round of the NCAA Div. III Women's Lacrosse Tournament.

  • BU baseball falls to Maine in finale 12-7

    Visiting Maine (19-33, 8-15 America East) scored six runs in the sixth inning and added a three-run home run in the ninth to hold off Binghamton baseball (27-23, 19-5 AE) 12-7 in the regular season finale.

  • BU baseball sweeps Maine to stay perfect at home

    Binghamton baseball (27-22, 19-4 America East) kept its nation-leading unblemished home record intact with a doubleheader sweep of visiting Maine (18-33, 7-15 AE) Friday afternoon.

  • Boeheim talks replacing Malachi Richardson

    With Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim in Binghamton it was a chance to talk to the coach about some of the important issues facing the basketball program. None bigger than the potential departure of guard Malachi Richardson.

  • Babers focused on making SU up-tempo

    Syracuse fans are hoping Babers brought that type of high powered offense with him to SU and Babers says his main focus for the program right now is implementing his up-tempo scheme.

  • BU's Rutherford and McIver named NFCA All-Region

    Sophomore outfielder Jessica Rutherford and senior designated player Griffin McIver have each been named All-Mid Atlantic Region by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.

  • Syracuse's "No Huddle Tour" a hit at NYSEG Stadium

    Legendary head basketball coach Jim Boeheim, new football coach Dino Babers and Pro Football Hall of Famer Floyd Little all made the trip to the Southern Tier for Syracuse's "No Huddle Tour."

  • SU's Treanor, Majorana earn All-America honors

    Syracuse seniors Kayla Treanor and Halle Majorana have been selected to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-America team.

  • Orange come back to muzzle Danes

    After trailing 6-2 at the half, the No. 8 seed Syracuse men's lacrosse team dominated the second half of its NCAA Tournament first round game at the Carrier Dome on Sunday night.

  • SU women's lacrosse's second-half scoring run sinks Sea Wolves

    No. 4 seed Syracuse scored four straight goals to overcome a two-goal deficit and defeated Stony Brook, 7-6, in the second round of the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament.

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