Garrett Shrader completed 21 of 27 passes for 285 yards and two touchdowns, and Syracuse scored 26 straight points to overcome an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit, snap a five-game losing streak and beat Boston College 32-23.
The Bearcats trailed 79-75 with 12 seconds left, where on their offensive possession Falko hit a three with 5.6 seconds on the game clock to make it 79-78. On the ensuing inbound, John McGriff forced a turnover, spun around, and sent a three-point shot that fell to give the Bearcats the 81-79 win.
Early on, the game was close as the Bearcats led by eight heading into halftime after being outscored in the second quarter. Following halftime though, Binghamton outscored Pitt at Johnstown by eighteen points in the second half to pull away for good.
Julian Reese scored 19 points, Hakim Hart scored all 13 of his in the first half and Maryland coasted to a 76-52 win over Binghamton. Donta Scott added 10 points for the Terrapins and the three double-figure scorers combined for 24 rebounds.
On Sunday afternoon the Binghamton women’s soccer team hosted New Hampshire for the America East Championship and after playing to a 4-4 draw through two overtimes, the Bearcats lost 3-2 in penalty kicks.
Rodney Hammond ran for a career-high 124 yards and a touchdown to lead Pitt past No. 22 Syracuse 19-9. The Panthers snapped a two-game losing streak by relying heavily on Hammond, who was filling in for injured starter Israel Abanikanda.
VESTAL, N.Y. (WBNG) - Binghamton goalkeeper Nicole Scott came in off the bench and stopped three of five Albany penalty kick attempts to secure the Bearcats’ 4-1 penalty kick win in the America East Conference semifinal.
Binghamton striker Shawn Coles scored twice in the first half, leading his team to a 4-2 victory over the visiting UMBC Retrievers on Tuesday night to secure the Bearcats the #5 seed in the upcoming America East Conference tournament.
The match went back and forth the entire time. Binghamton took the first set before New Hampshire took the second. The teams then swapped the third and fourth before the Bearcats won the final set 15-5.
Garrett Shrader hit Oronde Gadsden II with a pair of touchdown passes, Sean Tucker scored on a 25-yard run late, and No. 18 Syracuse beat No. 15 North Carolina State 24-9 to remain unbeaten and become eligible for the postseason.
The America East baseball conference tournament is returning to Binghamton for the fourth time. The conference announced on Thursday that the Bearcats will host the 2023 championship on May 24-27 at BU’s new stadium complex.
After finishing fourth in the America East Conference in 2021 with an 8-8-2 record, the Bearcats have loftier goals in 2022. Despite losing five starters from last year’s squad, including starting goalkeeper Haylee Poltorak, the Bearcats still have a solid returning cast.
Tucker was a semifinalist for the award last season, which is presented annually to the nation’s top running back. The honor comes on the heels of Monday’s announcement of the Maxwell Award Watch List, which also featured Tucker, which goes to the most outstanding player in college football.
In her final meet for Binghamton, Emily Mackay placed sixth in the 1,500 at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday. In doing so, she clinched her fifth NCAA Division I All-America honor, which is the highest total earned by a Binghamton athlete during their Division I era.