Justin Zion

jzion1@binghamton.edu

35 Articles


Commentary

Oklahoma deserved College Football Playoff berth

Another year, another down-to-the-wire decision by the College Football Playoff Selection Committee (CFP), which came out yesterday with its picks of the top four teams to compete for a national title. This...


Basketball Issue 2018-19

Basketball Issue 2018-19: Sam Sessoms

He was a standout performer at The Shipley School in Philadelphia. He earned the honor of team MVP three times over the course of his high school career. He was selected to...


Wrestling

Wrestling prepares for 2018-19 season

Last season, the BU wrestling team had one of the most successful campaigns put forth by a Binghamton sports program in the 2017-18 school year. After a half-year offseason, the wrestling team...


Commentary

Michigan football has yet to earn national praise

“Michigan fans, this is for real.” That is what Fox Sports commentator Joel Klatt declared immediately following a solid Michigan football victory over in-state rival Michigan State. The Wolverines were finally able...


Golf

Golf closes fall season at F&M Bank ASPU Intercollegiate

Earlier this week, the Binghamton golf team wrapped up a successful fall season with a fourth-place finish at the F&M Bank APSU Intercollegiate hosted by Austin Peay. Three of the five Bearcat...


Women's Soccer

Binghamton drops two consecutive conference games

It was a rough Homecoming Weekend for the Binghamton women’s soccer team. Looking to build off a strong two-game winning streak, the team instead got blown out in consecutive games. The Bearcats...


Golf

Golf earns first invitational victory since March 2015

Late Monday afternoon, senior Zak Ottman stood on the 18th green, staring at a mid-range putt. To his left stood Binghamton head coach Bernie Herceg, motioning with his hand at the small...


Women's Soccer

Women's soccer edged out by Catamounts on the road

The Binghamton women’s soccer team started its America East (AE) schedule on the wrong foot, dropping a low-scoring game at Vermont, 1-0. The loss snapped the Bearcats’ three-game winning streak and marks...


Golf

Golf takes 15th at Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate

After more than four months of offseason during the summer, the Binghamton golf team’s autumn season is finally underway. The team is slated to compete in five invitationals over the course of...


Women's Soccer

Women's soccer bests Iona in low-scoring affair

Following a disappointing 2-1 loss to Army on the road, the Binghamton women’s soccer team returned home and shut out the Iona Gaels to split a pair of weekend nonconference matchups. Redshirt...