Stony Brook Survives Binghamton To Advance In America East Playoffs

Binghamton freshman Justin McFadden had the ball in his hands on the left wing, down three, with just under 30 seconds left at Stony Brook. A raucous crowd cheered on as the Bearcats looked to become the first road team to advance in the America East playoffs. Continue reading “Stony Brook Survives Binghamton To Advance In America East Playoffs”

Three Thoughts: Hartford 69, Binghamton 59

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Always positive after games, Hartford coach John Gallagher did his best impression of Lou Holtz at Notre Dame after Wednesday night’s 69-59 victory over Binghamton at the Chase Family Arena. Holtz, if you’re too young to remember, would profusely praise each of Notre Dame’s opponents, no matter what the gap in ranking or talent might appear to be. Continue reading “Three Thoughts: Hartford 69, Binghamton 59”

Three Thoughts: Navy 70, Binghamton 68

Young Binghamton (which may become the name they’re officially referred to here for the rest of the season) came out of the second half firing against Navy, at one point making 8-of-10 shots and 6-of-8 from behind the arc, adding up to an 11-point lead with 13:20 left as the Bearcats chased their first Division I win of the season.

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Three Thoughts: Manhattan 78, Binghamton 63

Manhattan and Steve Masiello almost went at Saturday night’s semifinal of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off as an exhibition game, rotating players in and out almost from the opening tip, and to be fair to him, the Jaspers were never really in any trouble, although they showed some sluggish periods in the 78-63 win, their first of the season. Continue reading “Three Thoughts: Manhattan 78, Binghamton 63”