- Fan Zone
- Inside Athletics
Bearcats win opener 3-2 in extra innings, lose seven-inning nightcap 5-4
Bearcats' championship season ends in NCAA first round
Harbaugh and Phillips named to All-Tournament Team
Schanz delivers game-winning hit in extra innings; BU moves into second place
Garn wins men's 1,500, Bearcat men's team places fourth
Hazarika named Player and Rookie of Year; Cohen repeats as Coach of Year
Sophomore Katya Medianik earns first-team singles; pair of freshmen on 2nd team
|May 22||Baseball||America East Championship (at Lowell, Mass.)||9:15 am|
|May 23||Men's Track & Field||@ NCAA East Regional Outdoor Meet (hosted by North Carolina A&T)||10:00 am|
|June 5||Women's Track & Field||NCAA Outdoor Championships (hosted by Oregon)||1:00 pm|
SPORT: Men's Tennis
The Binghamton University men’s tennis team captured its sixth straight America East championship by defeating UMBC 4-0 on Sunday afternoon. The Bearcats used singles wins from Ismael Dinia, Ruben Haggai and the game clincher from freshman Sid Hazarika to claim victory over the Retrievers for their ninth title in 11 years competing in the conference. Junior Ruben Haggai was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player after going a perfect 3-0 in competition. The Bearcats will advance to the NCAA tournament as the first round begins May 10-12.
For the second year in a row, Binghamton student-athletes teamed up with West Middle School students in the College For Every Student (CFES) Service Day, an America East-wide initiative. Over 30 BU student-athletes and middle school students joined together for some spring cleaning and yard work at the Danielle House, located across the street from Lourdes Hospital. Read more here
Site sponsored by:
Copyright © 2013 Binghamton University. All rights reserved.
No portion of this may be reproduced or duplicated without the permission of Binghamton University.