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May 17, 1997 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Home runs by Michael Coleman, Lou Merloni and Randy Brown fueled the Trenton Thunder's 19-2 victory over Binghamton in the Eastern League last night. Akron 2, Reading 1 Scranton 13, Syracuse 4 Win.-Salem, Wilmington 1
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May 26, 2012 | By Rick O’Brien, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jordan Reed, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound senior wing guard at Wissahickon, has committed to play his college basketball at Binghamton. Reed, an Inquirer fourth-team all-Southeastern Pennsylvania selection, also considered Long Island, Canisius, Wagner, Robert Morris, and Siena. Earlier this week, Binghamton tabbed Scranton native Tommy Dempsey, who had coached at Rider for seven seasons, to replace former Temple star Mark Macon as coach. "Rider had recruited me, so I'm familiar with Coach Dempsey," Reed said.
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May 26, 2012
Jordan Reed, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound senior wing guard at Wissahickon, has committed to play college basketball at Binghamton. Reed, an Inquirer fourth-team all-Southeastern Pennsylvania selection, also considered Long Island, Canisius, Wagner, Robert Morris, and Siena. Earlier this week, Binghamton tabbed Scranton native Tommy Dempsey, who had coached at Rider for seven seasons, to replace former Temple star Mark Macon as coach. "Rider had recruited me, so I'm familiar with Coach Dempsey," Reed said.
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May 30, 1996 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Righthander Ryan Nye struck out seven and gave up only an unearned run in eight innings last night as Reading defeated Binghamton, 5-2, in the Eastern League. Wendell Magee went 3 for 4 with a two-run double in the decisive three-run seventh inning, and Scott Rolen contributed an RBI triple. Nye went eight innings, striking out seven and allowing four hits. The Trenton Thunder's scheduled game at Harrisburg was rained out. It will be made up as part of a doubleheader June 7.
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September 13, 2012 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer
YOSEF YACOB entered the crucial portion of the recruiting process with every intention of making four official visits. . . . So much for that. Yacob, a 6-foot, 165-pound senior point guard at Archbishop Carroll High, will play his college basketball at Binghamton. He made his official visit last weekend, then nixed scheduled treks to St. Francis (Pa.), New Hampshire and Rider. Albany also had offered. "I had a special time up there. A great feeling about everything," Yacob said.
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November 29, 2012 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
Penn used an uncharacteristic weapon - at least for the Quakers - while ending a five-game losing streak Wednesday night, outlasting Binghamton, 65-54, before a sparse crowd at the Palestra. The Quakers have died by their three-point shooting in the season's first few weeks, but it carried them to Wednesday's nonleague victory. Penn outscored the Bearcats, 30-6, on three-point shots as it improved to 2-5. The Quakers were 10 for 25 from downtown - they entered the night averaging just 4.8 three-pointers per game and shooting 29.9 percent from behind the arc. Junior guard Miles Cartwright scored 15 points (3 for 6 from downtown)
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November 29, 2012 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
IT WASN'T exactly Eagles-esque, but the losing streak Penn dragged into the Palestra on Wednesday night was starting to get tiresome. The young Quakers had dropped five in a row and had 8 days to think about it since their last disappointment. "It was tough," said junior guard Miles Cartwright, one of the team's leaders. "I think we were all anxious and ready to play. We had some really good days of practice. I thought the focus was great since our last loss. " They may not have painted a Picasso Wednesday night, but the Quakers did manage to get past pesky Binghamton, 65-54, and end that losing streak.
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April 24, 2016 | By Aaron Carter, Staff Writer
When last we left Brendan Patterson, the Council Rock South senior dominated on faceoffs in the Golden Hawks' first lacrosse win of the season. On Friday at rival Council Rock North, however, Patterson's goal-scoring ability took center stage as South claimed a come-from-behind 7-5 victory and first place in Suburban One League play. Patterson, who will play at Binghamton next season, scored a game-high four goals and helped the Hawks (5-3, 2-1) dominate in faceoff wins. A teammate's fourth-quarter quip told the story best.
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April 17, 2016
Steve Restuccio, Hammonton baseball, freshman pitcher-outfielder. Offer: Wake Forest D'Andre Vilmar, Roman Catholic basketball, junior guard. Interest: Colorado State, Long Island University (Brooklyn), Hofstra. Pat Bartlett, Council Rock North football, junior offensive lineman. Offers: Florida Atlantic, Illinois, Monmouth, Syracuse. J.D. Carroll, West Chester East football, junior tight end. Offers: Bryant, Lafayette. Interest: Temple. Paul Newman, Roman Catholic basketball, senior forward.
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January 4, 2016 | By Mark Perner, For The Inquirer
Heading into the Ivy League portion of its schedule, Penn needed a win at the Palestra on Saturday, and Binghamton was the perfect elixir. Led by the hustle and shooting of Matt Howard and a strong floor game from Jackson Donahue, the Quakers earned their first win over a Division I team since Nov. 25 with a convincing 80-45 victory over the Bearcats. "It was a great defensive effort," said Penn coach Steve Donahue, whose Quakers hadn't won by 30 points since beating Dartmouth, 78-47, on Feb. 4, 2011.
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September 4, 2014
2014-15 Schedule NOVEMBER 15   Delaware State   TBA 18   Rider   TBA 22   Lafayette   TBA 25   at Temple   7 29   at Wagner   TBA DECEMBER 3   at Navy   7 6   at Binghamton   2 9   Marist   TBA 22   at Vanderbilt   TBA 30   at La Salle   TBA JANUARY 10   at Princeton   5 13   at Niagara   TBA 17   Villanova   TBA ...
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March 21, 2014 | BY AARON CARTER, Daily News Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
AS HE HAS done countless times before, Ja'Quan Newton walked into the Ss. Neumann-Goretti High gymnasium yesterday ready for practice. Just 2 days removed from becoming the all-time leading scorer in Catholic League history and just a day from playing for the Class AAA state title, the 6-3 senior guard hoisted shots with teammates and exchanged witty banter with friends. All the elements that comprise his game - smooth jumper, shifty ballhandling and excellent court vision - were present.
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January 2, 2014 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
Chris Wilson shook his head slightly. He had just missed a three-pointer from a few steps beyond the arc early in St. Joseph's 71-44 win over Binghamton, and he had good reason to be surprised. Nearly everything else that left the Hawks' hands in the first half seemed to go in Tuesday afternoon at Hagan Arena. The Hawks made nine three-pointers on their way to a 39-15 lead at halftime. St. Joseph's (8-4) sank 7 of its first 9 three-point attempts and finished with 14, making nearly 54 percent of its shots from three-point range.
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September 1, 2013 | By Stan Hochman, Daily News Columnist
BUD FOWLER was first. Not Moses Fleetwood Walker, a catcher with Toledo in 1884. Not Jackie Robinson, who signed with the Dodgers in 1947. Bud Fowler was first. A black man pitching for the Lynn (Mass.) Live Oaks, of the International Association, in 1878. Trailblazer. Blazed a rugged, jagged, thorn-scratching trail through 10 seasons. Pitcher, catcher, second baseman. Hit .308. Hit a dead end, playing for the Binghamton (N.Y.) Bingos in 1887. When they cut him, he was hitting .350 and had stolen 30 bases in 30 games.
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December 13, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
TREY BURKE stole the ball near midcourt and raced ahead for a breakaway layup to put Michigan ahead by 31. Moments later, his night was done. Burke scored 19 points in only 30 minutes - the most rest he's had in a game all season - and No. 3 Michigan routed visiting Binghamton, 67-39, on Tuesday. Freshman Nik Stauskas added 12 points, and the Wolverines substituted liberally in a game that was every bit the mismatch it looked like before the opening tip. "I don't feel banged up, but I think Spike [Albrecht]
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November 29, 2012 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
IT WASN'T exactly Eagles-esque, but the losing streak Penn dragged into the Palestra on Wednesday night was starting to get tiresome. The young Quakers had dropped five in a row and had 8 days to think about it since their last disappointment. "It was tough," said junior guard Miles Cartwright, one of the team's leaders. "I think we were all anxious and ready to play. We had some really good days of practice. I thought the focus was great since our last loss. " They may not have painted a Picasso Wednesday night, but the Quakers did manage to get past pesky Binghamton, 65-54, and end that losing streak.
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November 29, 2012 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
Penn used an uncharacteristic weapon - at least for the Quakers - while ending a five-game losing streak Wednesday night, outlasting Binghamton, 65-54, before a sparse crowd at the Palestra. The Quakers have died by their three-point shooting in the season's first few weeks, but it carried them to Wednesday's nonleague victory. Penn outscored the Bearcats, 30-6, on three-point shots as it improved to 2-5. The Quakers were 10 for 25 from downtown - they entered the night averaging just 4.8 three-pointers per game and shooting 29.9 percent from behind the arc. Junior guard Miles Cartwright scored 15 points (3 for 6 from downtown)
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