Adam Rosenbloom

Sports Editor (Alumnus)

Class of 2012 English

60 Articles


A masterfully crafted farewell piece

There’s no set formula for a “good-bye column,” I guess. But this is (unfortunately, sort of) the last piece I’ll ever write for this newspaper, so it needs to be good. I’ve...


Like it or not, van Ingen’s career one to remember

By now, Erik van Ingen is a household name in the Binghamton University community, and his accomplishments on the track have brought BU national attention. Van Ingen earned his third All-America nod...


Mark Macon released, effective immediately

Athletic director Patrick Elliot announced Monday that Mark Macon had been fired, and that a search for his replacement as head coach would begin soon. ...


Golf heads to inaugural America Sky Championship

For the first time in its history, the 12-team America Sky Conference — founded for the 2007-08 season — will hold a championship tournament for its members, with an automatic qualifier into ...


April 2: Spring Break sports update

A spring break update on Binghamton's baseball, softball, men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse, tennis, track & field and golf teams. ...


Van Ingen heads to Boise State for NCAAs

Erik van Ingen will compete in the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships this weekend, hosted by Boise State University in Nampa, Idaho. ...


Men’s basketball edges UMBC in thrilling overtime play-in game

The Binghamton University men’s basketball team — the same team that finished the season with an abysmal 1-28 mark and garnered the No. 9 seed heading into the America East postseason — ...


In a season to forget, a night to remember

By the time the clock hit zero, the 2,427 in attendance at Tuesday's game saw the nation’s last remaining winless team finally start a winning streak of its own. ...


Track and field heads to Boston for America East championship

The Binghamton University men’s and women’s track teams are set to head to Boston this weekend to compete in the America East Indoor Track and Field Championship. ...


Hawks shoot lights out, top women’s basketball 67-58

Despite jumping out to an early 17-11 lead, the Binghamton University women’s basketball team fell to University of Hartford on Saturday, 67-58. ...