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Tough-as-nails freshman defender made all-championship team in 2004
Junior Megan Burgess led the Bearcats with a team-high 15 kills
Gormley, Church score second-half goals as BU wins fourth in last five
Big Red nets game winner in 30th minute
After eight years and seven titles, Minn. native returns to roots in Big Ten
|September 19||Women's Soccer||@ St. Bonaventure||7:00 pm|
|September 19||Volleyball||@ Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES Invitational)||7:00 pm|
|September 20||Golf||@ Cornell Fall Invitational||9:00 am|
|September 20||Volleyball||vs. Rider (UMES Invitational)||10:00 am|
|September 20||Men's Cross Country||@ Iona Meet of Champions||10:00 am|
|September 20||Volleyball||vs. Campbell (UMES Invitational)||2:00 pm|
|September 20||Men's Soccer||LAFAYETTE||7:00 pm|
|September 21||Women's Soccer||CORNELL||1:00 pm|
|September 23||Men's Soccer||SYRACUSE||7:00 pm|
|September 24||Volleyball||@ Cornell||7:00 pm|
Senior women’s soccer player Connie Gormley has been named Binghamton’s Wells Fargo Advisors LLC Athlete of the Week for September 1-7. Gormely led the Bearcats to a pair of victories during the week, extending the team’s win streak to three. As a senior center back, she’s anchored a defensive line that has allowed just two goals during the win streak.
Take a look back at the best moments from Binghamton athletics during the 2013-14 academic year.
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