With a full slate of action over spring break, Binghamton softball swept Radford and Kent State at the Radford Invitational on March 23 before taking two-out-of-three for a series win against defending conference champion Boston last weekend at the Bearcats Sports Complex.
After leading Hopkins High School (Minn.) in scoring and rebounding her senior year, Kara Elofson arrived at Binghamton with an impressive résumé but behind a talented group of letter winners on the depth chart.
After a shaky first half, the Binghamton women’s basketball team clawed its way back into Wednesday’s game against Stony Brook. But the Seawolves held on to beat the Bearcats 60-57 at the Events Center.
The Binghamton University women’s basketball team got off to a slow start in its home opener on Wednesday night at the Events Center and faltered down the stretch before falling to Cornell University, 60-56. The Bearcats were looking to capture their first win of the season after a tough loss at St. Bonaventure University to start the year.
Looking to build on recent success, the Binghamton University men’s tennis team competed at the ITA Northeast Regional held at Yale University over the weekend. Senior Bastian Bornkessel, junior Ruben Haggai and sophomores Robin Lesage, Ismael Dinia and Florian van Kann all won singles matches for Binghamton.