Spotlight

  • Action Sports Spotlight - B-Mets Preview

    Wednesday, Apr 2 at 11:57 PM

    Instead of meet the Mets, it's more greet the Mets. 9 players, and the entire coaching staff are back in Binghamton this year.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - B-Sens Playoff Run

    The Binghamton Senators will be a little shorthanded as they continue their playoff run. With Wade Redden out of the lineup, Ottawa recalled rookie defenseman Brian Lee.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Rory Quiller

    And before that championship tournament gets underway, another is in the books, with BU graduate student Rory Quiller making history.

  • Sports Spotlight - Jessica Laing

    "Jess Laing does do everything. She's inside. She can hit the threes. She's a very good defender." And the SUNY Cortland sophomore has been doing everything at a record-setting pace.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Nicholas Kjaerholt

    Both BCC basketball teams captured conference titles over the weekend and now set their sights on the regional playoffs starting Friday. The Men's team has a loaded lineup assembled by head coach Jim Evans. He's searched far and wide for players and that even includes overseas. Justin Horowitz introduces us to one Hornet who's new to the area in this week's Action Sports Spotlight.

  • Sports Spotlight - BU Baseball

    The passing snow flurries this afternoon gave way to the start of a new sports season. Yes pitchers and catchers have reported to florida and Arizona, while the Binghamton University baseball team gets set for a trip to sunny Kansas.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Walton Basketball

    As we mentioned tonight's games may be cancelled, but there are plenty of big games left on the schedule The Walton Boys shoot for the MAC Title Saturday and they'll do it with a very familiar group of players. Justin Horowitz explains the Warriors unique bond in this week's Action Sports Spotlight.

  • Girls Night Out

    Wednesday is national girls and women in sports day, a chance to celebrate more women being involved in sports than ever before.

  • "A" Grade For Binghamton

    While AHL players enjoy their final few hours of down time, I'm guessing the staff of the Binghamton Senators let out a big exhale when the final player left the Arena last night.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - BU Matchups

    Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) They say in sports numbers never lie. If that's true, we know a lot about the BU baseball team.

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