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  • Tyler Pill on tying franchise record

    Tyler Pill went seven innings, allowing just one run, while striking out five to earn the win. It was his 23rd career victory for the B-Mets which ties the 26-year-old right hander from California with Mark Cohoon for the franchise record.

  • Pill, Rosario and Smith star in 5-2 B-Mets win

    Tyler Pill earned his 23rd career win as a B-Met, tying him for the most in franchise history.

  • Monday Highlights and Tuesday's LG&T schedule

    Evan King, Jose Statham, Erik Crepaldi and unseeded Aleksandar Vukic each qualified for the main draw with wins on Monday.

  • Plays of the Week - July 18

    Plays of the week from July 18, 2016.

  • Kevin McKeown named BU men's lacrosse coach

    Binghamton University Director of Athletics Patrick Elliott has announced the hiring of Kevin McKeown as men's lacrosse coach. McKeown is a 2006 graduate of Binghamton and a member of the University's Athletics Hall of Fame.

  • B-Mets Drop Dramatic Series Finale, 7-6

    Noel Cuevas delivered a decisive pinch-hit RBI single in the top of the ninth inning and the Hartford Yard Goats beat the Binghamton Mets, 7-6, Sunday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium. The B-Mets and Yard Goats split the four-game series.

  • LG&T Challenger Begins Tomorrow

    The field is officially set for the LG&T Tennis Challenger being held at Recreation Park in Binghamton this upcoming week. The two-day qualifying event wrapped up today.

  • Three-Run Third Dooms B-Mets in 4-2 Loss

    The Hartford Yard Goats used a three-run third inning to defeat the Binghamton Mets, 4-2, Saturday night at NYSEG Stadium. The B-Mets brought the tying run to the plate in the ninth but fell short in their first loss of the second half.

  • BU Tennis Head Coach Plays in LG&T

    Seven players moved on in the singles qualifying draw during day one of the 23rd Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger, Saturday afternoon at Binghamton’s Recreation Park.

  • Tour de France honors Nice

    Compassionate video during the 14th stage of the Tour de France. A wonderful tribute to the city of Nice, with a heart above the "I" showing just how much sports can bring people together during difficult times.

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