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Van Ingen bests own record in mile; Oakes wins two in dual

Erik van Ingen's 3:57.11 mile time at the Boston University Valentine Invitational on Saturday won the event and qualified him for the NCAA Indoor Championships. ...


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Wrestling wins pair of duals to tie all-time wins record

Junior 157-pounder Matt Kaylor and the Bearcats tied the program record for dual meet wins in a season with a pair of victories on Sunday. ...


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Vermont tops women's basketball to end BU home streak

The Binghamton University women's basketball team went into Saturday's home game against the Vermont Catamounts with history on its mind. With a perfect 10-0 home record on the season, the Bearcats needed ...


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Women's tennis topped by Big Red, trounces Bucknell

The Binghamton University women's tennis team clashed with Cornell University and Bucknell University this past weekend as it attempted to match last weekend's success. ...


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With rise to Division I head coach, Scholl fulfills dream

It is a true rarity for people to land their "dream job." A recent study shows that only 16 percent of people claim they've accomplished such a feat. But ask Binghamton University ...


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Men's tennis drops to 0-4 in duals

The Binghamton University men's tennis team faced two formidable opponents over the weekend but was unable to pull off its first win of the spring season. ...


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Bearcats drop ninth in a row, fall to first-place Catamounts

After such a promising start to conference play, the Binghamton University men’s basketball team has managed to sink to rock bottom, and then some. The Bearcats (6-19, 3-9 America East) again failed...


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Women's basketball set to host spiraling Catamounts

With a matchup with first-place Boston University coming up and the America East Tournament following soon after, momentum is vital for the Binghamton University women's basketball team. ...


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Cats travel for two duals

After posting a closely contested season-opening loss on the road at Syrcause University, followed up with a 7-0 sweep against Seton Hall University, the Binghamton University women’s tennis team will look to...


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Gaube, McDonough earn America East Scholar-Athlete honors

Two Binghamton University student-athletes were named America East Scholar-Athletes for fall 2010 by the conference yesterday. Graduate student Chris Gaube, a member of the cross country team, and Michelle McDonough, a senior...