The Binghamton athletics website will feature a student-athlete, team, coach, faculty member or alumnus that has made an impact both on and off the playing field.
Binghamton's "Making an Impact" series was recently recognized by digitalhoopsblast.com for identifying social impacts made by the athletics department.
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July 25, 2011
Men's tennis repeats as
department Academic Cup champion
April 27, 2011
Pair of women's soccer players
spend spring break volunteering at shelter
April 18, 2011
Head baseball coach Tim
Sinicki achieves milestone
April 6, 2011
Volleyball's Julie Chambers
to attend NCAA Career in Sports Forum
March 24, 2011
Bearcats Buddies welcome
Track and Field coaching
staff recognized by America East
In addition, Acuff was named the Northeast Regional Assistant Coach of the Year.
March 1, 2011
Swimming and Diving head
coach Sean Clark's staff earns dual recognition from America
East at 2011 Championships
February 9, 2011
Binghamton's 21 athletic
teams continue academic prowess
January 27, 2011
Volleyball head coach Glenn
Kiriyama cited for his membership with the America Volleyball
January 10, 2011
Men's and Women's Basketball
January 3, 2011
Binghamton's Ad featuring Rory Quiller chosen as one of the 'best ever'
Pole vaulter Rory Quiller's 2007 "Binghamton Advantage" Ad was named one of the "Top 10 Best College Commericals" by sportsatcollege.com in a poll released this past December. Quiller was a five-time All-America pole vaulter and won the 2008 NCAA Indoor Championship.
December 8, 2010
Binghamton soccer teams earn national academic recognition
Both the men's and women's
soccer teams were honored with national Team Academic distinction
for maintaining team grade-point averages of 3.0 or higher during
the 2009-10 year from the National Soccer Coaches Association
of America (NSCAA). The women received the award for the seventh
time in the last eight years while the men earned the honor for
the seventh consecutive year.
November 17, 2010
BU student-athletes mentor area youths
The athletics department recently kicked off its "College for Every Student Mentoring Program" at Binghamton's West Middle School. More than two dozen BU student-athletes will be mentoring 40 plus area youngsters throughout the year. Softball player Briana Andrews and men's lacrosse player Ben Waldron have spearheaded the project.
Team physician Dr. Doug Kerr lends helping hand at home and abroad
Team physician Dr. Doug Kerr
has been serving the student-athletes at Binghamton for 26 years.
A former two-sport athlete at Penn, Kerr and his partners at
Orthopedic Associates have volunteered thousands of hours to
evaluate injured athletes and provide medical treatment and consultation
at Bearcat home events. For the past three years Dr. Kerr has
also spent several weeks in Kenya as president of the non-profit
Wilson Rehabilitation Foundation.
November 3, 2010
BU strength and conditioning coaches inform local youth
Strength and conditioning coaches
Bryan McGovern and Lori Gleason train more than 170 local kids
annually at the Maximum Athletic Perfromance Camps, where middle
school and high school-aged youths learn proper weight lifting
technique, speed training, flexibility exercises and agility
and conditiong drills.
October 28, 2010
Two BU coaches honored; baseball team provides service to the Vestal Little League
Two BU head coaches have recently been inducted in Halls of Fame at their alma maters. Women's basketball coach Nicole Scholl went into the Hall at Moorhead State and baseball coach Tim Sinicki was honored by Johnson City High School.
The baseball team recently
completed a community service project for the Vestal Little League.
The team took down outfield signage at Angelo Field, readying
the complex for the winter off-season.
Assistant Athletics Director of Student Services Alicia Goode recently served as a Peer Reviewer for the NCAA in its Division I certification process.
The athletics department ranked 90th out of 311 Division I programs in the National Collegiate Scouting Association Power Rankings, which combine academic standards with athletics achievement. Binghamton was the lone SUNY program and one of just four America East members recognized.
October 11, 2010
Binghamton athletic programs take part in "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk"
The softball, men's lacrosse, women's basketball and women's tennis porgrams took part in the "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk" on October 2. The Softball squad raised $3,500 towards the cause. They were the third-ranked team out of any group that took part in the event in terms of amount of funds they raised.
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