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  • On the road to Texas

    The Binghamton University baseball team left Binghamton for College Station Wednesday morning where BU will face Texas A&M in the NCAA regional tournament Friday night.

  • Will June bring more wins for the B-Mets?

    The Binghamton Mets must be excited the month of June has arrived. The rough month of May is now over for the B-Mets.

  • Binghamton Patriots ready for Middletown High School

    The Binghamton Patriots softball team has won 14 games in a row. The Patriots are STAC champions and Section IV champions. Thursday Binghamton takes on Middletown high school from Section IX in the preliminary quarterfinal round.

  • B-Mets downright offensive in 11-2 victory

    The Binghamton Mets pounded out 18 hits to beat the Erie SeaWolves, 11-2, on Tuesday night at Jerry Uht Park. Binghamton scored ten unanswered runs and crossed home at least once in all but two innings in the series-opening victory.

  • BU's offense leads Bearcats into regionals

    Five of Binghamton's regulars are hitting over .300. BU finished second in the America East conference in runs scored and average. Nationally BU finished in the top-50 in average and top-100 in runs scored.

  • B-Mets in search of runs

    The Binghamton professional baseball team's struggled continued during the eight-game home stand. The B-Mets went 2-6 over the eight games dropping their record to 11 games under .500 and 13-games back in the division.

  • JC's Sprague-Getsy signs LOI to Dominican College

    Johnson City lacrosse standout Alex Sprague-Getsy made his college decision official on Tuesday. The Wildcat will continue his lacrosse career at D-II Dominican College.

  • 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.

  • B-Mets drop series finale to Richmond

    The Richmond Flying Squirrels scored three runs in the top of the seventh to break a scoreless tie and held on to defeat the Binghamton Mets, 4-1.

  • Chenango Forks repeats as Section IV Class C champions

    After the best regular season in program history, the girls from Chenango Forks wanted to cap it off by repeating as Section IV Class C champions.

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