For Immediate Release: December 4, 2006
Contact: David O'Brian (
Phone: 607-777-6478

Binghamton softball adds pair of transfers for upcoming season

VESTAL, N.Y. - The Binghamton University softball team has received a financial aid agreement from two players, both of whom will transfer in time for the 2007 season.

Elizabeth Sequeira (Lakewood, Calif) is a two-year starting outfielder from Long Beach City College. She led her squad with a .468 batting average in 2005 and a .338 mark in 2006. She earned first-team all-conference honors twice and was an Easton third-team All-American in 2005.

“Liz is a fast, explosive player that will change the dynamic of our offensive attack drastically," head coach Ali Brian said. "She is a hard worker and will improve the depth of our outfield. She will make a huge impact right away.”

Cyrilla Suker (Voorheesville, N.Y.) was a starting pitcher her freshman season for Division II UMass Lowell in 2006. She went 11-14 as a starter and recorded three saves for the River Hawks. In 165.1 innings, she recorded 162 strikeouts and finished the season with a 2.29 ERA.

“Cyrilla will add depth to our pitching rotation," Brian said. "She is strong and has good mechanics. She is a hard worker and we are excited about what she can bring to our team.”

The Bearcats open up the 2007 season at the East Carolina Tournament on March 2

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