2007-08 Feature Stories: A Closer Look Inside Binghamton Athletics
 


Vaulting to New Heights

Binghamton's Rory Quiller captures 2008 NCAA Indoor pole vault title. The national title is the first in any sport for BU at Division I level.

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BEARCATS CELEBRATE WOMEN IN ATHLETICS

"Girls Night Out"
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3rd Annual Women in Athletics Luncheon
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THE BINGHAMTON ADVANTAGE

Two-time All-American pole vaulter Quiller was featured in Binghamton University national ad

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Women's Lacrosse Honors Troops

Members of the Bearcat women's lacrosse team recently took part in a letter writing campaign to support the men and women of the U.S. military who will be away from their families during the holiday season. 

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 BEARCATS HOST LATE NITE MADNESS

The Binghamton men's and women's basketball squads were featured in "Late Nite Madness" held on Friday, October 12 at the Events Center.

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The opening of the Bearcats Sports Complex

Opening Night Photo Gallery

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photoRelentless 

Chris Gaube, the top returning men's cross country runner, is coming off a summer in which he was both a runner and a coach. He launched the Relentless Run Train Club for high school runners while he prepared for his own upcoming season at Binghamton.

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Dream Job

Roger Neel, the voice of the Binghamton University men's basketball team since 1999, has established an impressive resume the past three decades. Still, his current role with the Bearcats has fulfilled a lifelong goal.  

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Construction continues on new outdoor athletic facility

Bearcats Sports Complex to be new home for soccer and lacrosse teams this upcoming year.

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