Ari Kramer

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South Kent’s Dusan Perovic verbally commits to men’s basketball

By Ari Kramer -

Dusan Perovic verbally committed to the Binghamton men’s basketball team today. A 6-foot-9 combo big man, Perovic teamed up with fellow Binghamton commit Romello Walker at South Kent Prep this season. Perovic joins Walker, Wilfredo Rodriguez, John Schurman, Justin McFadden and Bobby Ahearn in Binghamton’s 2014 class. Perovic, who can sign his National Letter of...

Reed: “Sky’s the limit” for men’s basketball in AE tourney

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Blowouts, squandered leads and agonizing defeats — you name it, and the Binghamton men’s basketball team has endured it. But the youthful Bearcats (7-22, 4-12 America East) found a winning formula along the way, taking three of their last six games and earning the No. 6 seed for the conference tournament. “We kept coming to...

Brown hoping to extend career with success in AE tourney

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Though Jordan Reed has played at an elite level lately, Roland Brown has been the unsung hero. He averaged 11.8 points and 5.7 rebounds in the last six regular season games, reaching double figures four times.

Men’s basketball takes top seed Vermont to extra period

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The Binghamton men’s basketball team nearly accomplished what no other America East team had achieved in more than a month — to beat Vermont. The Bearcats ultimately fell short in overtime, 92-82, at the Events Center Sunday afternoon, but they’ll take solace in their effort against the league’s regular-season champion. “I think it just shows...