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Previewing Binghamton’s 2019 men’s college lacrosse schedule

The Bearcats look to bounce back after a disappointing 2018 campaign.

Dave Williams

The Binghamton Bearcats are the 34th team in our 2019 schedule preview series and the third team from the America East. The Bearcats finished 4-11 in 2018 and 1-5 in America East play. Binghamton failed to qualify for the America East Tournament after a fantastic 2017 season.

Here’s their entire 2019 schedule:

Binghamton’s 2019 Schedule

Date Road Team Home Team Special Notes
Date Road Team Home Team Special Notes
2/2 Binghamton Manhattan Scrimmage
2/9 Binghamton Penn/Cornell Scrimmages, At Drexel
2/16 Colgate Binghamton
2/23 Binghamton Lafayette
3/2 Hobart Binghamton
3/9 Binghamton Delaware
3/12 Army West Point Binghamton First ever meeting
3/16 Binghamton Dartmouth First ever meeting
3/23 Albany Binghamton America East
3/29 Binghamton Stony Brook America East
4/6 Binghamton UMBC America East
4/13 Vermont Binghamton America East
4/16 Binghamton Sacred Heart First meeting since 2014
4/20 Hartford Binghamton America East
4/26 Binghamton UMass Lowell America East

Who’s In?

Who’s Out?

Average Winning Percentage From 2018 Teams

  • Overall: .428
  • Nonconference: .341
  • America East: .529

Circle These Dates

  • 2/23 (at Lafayette): A 15-6 win last year was fine for the Bearcats, but expect a tougher game this time around. The Leopards had an unusual 2018 season with an interim head coach leading the way, but things appear to be on the up-and-up. Pat Myers will look to improve a struggling program immediately.
  • 3/9 (at Delaware): Binghamton’s first win last season came against a Delaware team that was going through a losing skid and some problems within the program. The Blue Hens fixed things later in the season and had a chance to win the CAA. They should be a different than they looked in 2018 in terms of performance.
  • 3/16 (at Dartmouth): Unlike Binghamton and having some good seasons here and there, Dartmouth has been consistently below .500 for the last handful of seasons. Brendan Callahan has a lot on his plate, but has started to pick up some good recruits in recent years.
  • 4/6 (at UMBC): Last year’s score was 5-2 in favor of UMBC. Seven total goals scored in four quarters, with three of them coming in the opening quarter. So if you like low-scoring games, this could be your match made in heaven.
  • 4/20 (vs. Hartford): Ever since the Hawks won the America East Tournament in 2016, they’ve slowly regressed for the last two seasons. Binghamton also earned their lone conference win over Hartford last year and look to build on that in 2019.

For other schedules and team rosters, check out our Men’s Division I matrix.