Joe Tonetti

jtonett1@binghamton.edu

31 Articles


Men's Basketball

Men's basketball steamrolled by Vermont in weekend series

Looking to rebound from a close loss against Hartford the week prior, the Binghamton men’s basketball team went head-to-head with Vermont over the weekend on its home court. However, the Bearcats were...


Men's Basketball

Men's basketball picks up first win of the season against UMBC

After its record dropped to 0-6 with a loss to UMBC Sunday afternoon, the Binghamton men’s basketball team had struggled to find their stride on the court. However, the team rebounded in...


Men's Basketball

Men's basketball defeated in home-and-home series against Marist to open season

With the Binghamton men’s basketball team trailing for most of its season-opening matchup against Marist on Saturday, the Bearcats were fighting back in the fourth quarter. Trailing 60-57 with less than two...


Basketball Issue 2020-2021

Women's basketball aims to continue success with new-look roster

Coming off a historic season, finishing with its fifth-highest win total in 47 years, the Binghamton women’s basketball program was a formidable opponent during the 2019-20 America East (AE) season. However, after...


Basketball Issue 2020-2021

Brenton Mills: 'I’ve been trying to work hard to get better'

After leaving his hometown of Allen, Texas to pursue a Division I basketball career in Binghamton, guard Brenton Mills kicked off his collegiate career averaging 9.7 points per game and breaking double-digit...


SUNY Sports

SUNYAC cancels winter sports due to coronavirus pandemic

Last Monday, the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC), home to a majority of SUNY’s non-Division I athletics programs, officially announced its cancellation of winter sports. “This was not an...


Cross Country

Cross country season scheduled to start in January, fate of indoor track unknown

Last month, the NCAA Division I council made the decision to push the start of college cross country back to Jan. 23. However, with the winter track and field season still scheduled...


Commentary

Performance-enhancing drugs are overly stigmatized in public eye

One of the easiest ways to jeopardize your legitimacy as an athlete and the legacy of your career is to get caught abusing performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). In the cases of Diego Maradona,...


Club Sports

BU club sports on hold amid coronavirus pandemic

When school shutdowns began in March as a result of the coronavirus, all Binghamton sports ceased operations in light of safety concerns on campus. In addition to all Division I sports, club...


Commentary

Track and field athletes are negatively impacted by false start rule

From January 2010 onward, the official track and field false start regulation indicated that any athlete starting within 100 milliseconds of the gun being fired would be disqualified from the race. Ever...