Though the women’s basketball team is playing away for seven of their first 10 games, the squad is using its time on the road to build chemistry.
The upperclassmen on the women’s basketball team have a chance to erase three years of frustration and season-ending disappointment when they step on the floor of the Ben Light Gymnasium for a playoff game this weekend.
The women’s basketball team (16–4 overall, 8–1 Empire 8) dug itself into a big hole in the first half and couldn’t compensate for it in today’s 56-53 loss to Hartwick College (16–3 overall, 8–1 Empire 8) in Ben Light Gymnasium.
It wasn’t always pretty to watch, but the women’s basketball team (16–3 overall, 8–0 Empire 8) picked up a gritty 54-38 win against Stevens Institute of Technology (7–11 overall, 4–4 Empire 8) last night in Ben Light Gymnasium.
The women’s basketball team (12–3 overall, 4–0 Empire 8) closed out the non-conference portion of its schedule with a 60-40 loss at Division I Cornell University (6–9) tonight.
The women’s basketball team (10–2 overall, 2–0 Empire 8) signaled that 2012 could be another year of Empire 8 Conference dominance, as it blasted visitors St. John Fisher College (5–7 overall, 1–1 Empire 8) and Nazareth College (8–4 overall, 1–1 Empire 8) in its opening pair of conference games last weekend. The Bombers began their…
The women’s basketball team (6–1) stood tough against fifth-ranked University of Rochester (8–0), but fell just short with a 68-59 loss yesterday in Ben Light Gymnasium.
The women’s basketball team is opening its season with a challenging non-conference schedule to prepare itself for a late-season stretch run of Empire 8 Conference games.
The women’s basketball team (4—0) continued its terrific start with a historic defensive effort, shutting down host SUNY-Potsdam (2—2) 66-26. The Bears’ 26 points were the fewest allowed by the Bombers since they limited Cazenovia College to 24 points in a game played Jan. 11, 2000.