Sports (Page 7)

Volleyball falls to Siena in five sets

By Joseph Burns -

The Binghamton volleyball team fell to Siena, 3-2, on Thursday night in its ninth five-game match of the season. Fresh off a five-set victory last weekend against conference rival UMass Lowell, Binghamton (5-16, 2-4 America East) head coach Glenn Kiriyama...

Start ’em or Sit ’em? Week Seven bye picks

By Mary Martellotta -

The week seven bye is upon us, taking with it some of the most productive and reliable fantasy players. With teams like the Bears, Packers, Broncos and Bengals off this week, fantasy owners will be hard-pressed to find last-minute replacements.

Men’s soccer prepares to take on defending AE champion UMBC

By William Schwartz -

In the midst of its best regular-season run since 2009, the Binghamton men’s soccer team (7-5-2, 2-1-1 America East) will face another legitimate challenge this weekend when it takes on 2014 America East Conference champion UMBC (7-4-3, 1-1-2 AE).

Commentary: Get to know the Mets in our own backyard

By Nicholas Waldron -

It’s time to come out of the woodwork, to wear your Mets attire to class without hearing a single snide remark from your friends. It’s time to forget about everything that’s happened over the past 15 years. It’s time to...

Women’s soccer captures second straight victory

By Jeff Twitty -

Losing is a habit. The Binghamton women’s soccer team learned this adage the hard way this season, dropping 11 consecutive games on its way to the cellar of the America East standings. But winning is a habit, too. Edging UMBC,...

Volleyball rallies for five-set victory over UMass Lowell

By Anthony Toccafandi -

Playing in its eighth five-game match of the season on Friday, the Binghamton women’s volleyball team won its last two sets against UMass Lowell to secure its second conference victory of the season.