Binghamton split a doubleheader with Bucknell University on Tuesday (Mar. 27), losing the first game 2-1 before routing the Bison in the nightcap 10-4.
On Sunday (Apr. 1), the Bearcats split a doubleheader with Siena College. BU fell in the first game, 6-4, then topped the Saints 6-3 in the second game.
The Bearcats (8-10) are scheduled to wrap up the three-game set with Siena on Monday (Apr. 2) at 4 p.m. BU will then face Penn State on Wednesday before kicking off a three-game series against Stony Brook University on Friday (Apr. 6).
The Bearcats swept Siena in a doubleheader at home Tuesday (Mar. 27) afternoon. BU squeaked by the Saints in the first game, 5-4, then won the nightcap 9-6.
On Friday (Mar. 30), Binghamton kicked off a three-game series with AE rival University of Hartford. BU swept Friday’s doubleheader, then knocked off the Hawks 13-6 in the series finale on Saturday (Mar. 31).
The Bearcats (12-14, 3-3 AE), now riding a five-game win streak, will head to Fordham University for a doubleheader on Tuesday (Apr. 3) and will face Hofstra University on Wednesday (Apr. 4). BU will then return home on Friday (Apr. 6) to open a three-game set against University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
One-goal losses have become a thing of habit for the Bearcats, who have now dropped three straight contests in such fashion.
Binghamton fell to University at Albany 12-11 on Thursday (Mar. 29) on the road to open conference play. Junior midfielder Tyler Perrelle netted his second career hatrick in the loss.
With the loss, the Bearcats now stand at 2-6. BU will host Canisius College on Tuesday (Apr. 3) and Stony Brook on Saturday (Apr. 7).
BU fell to 0-2 in America East play on Saturday (Mar. 31) with a loss to Stony Brook at the Bearcats Sports Complex.
Junior Kimberly McGeever tallied three goals and an assist, but the Bearcats were unable to slow down the Seawolves in the 19-8 loss.
Binghamton (3-6, 0-3 AE) will square off against Albany on Wednesday (Apr. 4) and UMBC on Saturday (Apr. 7)
The men’s tennis team was swept by Harvard University on Friday (Mar. 30), 7-0. The No. 20 Crimson swept all six singles matches.
BU will head to Buffalo next weekend to take on Western Michigan University on Saturday (Apr. 7) and University at Buffalo on Sunday (Apr. 8).
On the women’s side, BU fell to Fairleigh Dickinson University 6-1 on Tuesday (Mar. 27). For the remainder of the break, the Bearcats are set to face Rollins College (Apr. 3), Barry University (Apr. 5), Florida Atlantic University (Apr. 7) and Florida Gulf Coast University (Apr. 8).
TRACK & FIELD
BU kicked off its 2012 outdoor season at the West Point Invitational this weekend (Apr. 1), and captured six individual titles.
On the women’s side, junior Jessica Hennig captured first in the 400 (58.10), senior Kaitlin Sullivan in the 400 Hurdles (1:03.60), sophomore Camille Ginyard in the Pole Vault (11-5 3/4), junior Ashley AuPont in the High Jump (5-5) and fifth-year senior Nandi Dozier-Lewis in the Triple Jump (36-6 3/4).
For the men, sophomore Chris Hernandez took first in the 800 with a time of 1:54.53.
The teams will next see action at the April Open (Apr. 6-7) hosted by Cornell University.
Binghamton posted a fifth place finish at the Fireline Towson Invitational this weekend.
Fifth-year senior Trevor Fiedler posted a 54-hole total of 219 (+3) to capture a 14th place tie with one other competitor.