When the baseball team takes the field for games this spring, there will be many unfamiliar arms out on the mound and in the bullpen.
The baseball team won its second game of the season today, shutting out the SUNY- Oswego Lakers 9–0. The Bombers finished their season-opening weekend road trip in Yaphank, N.Y. with an overall record of 2—1.
The baseball team lost its season-opener, falling to the SUNY-Old Westbury Panthers yesterday in Yaphank, N.Y. by a score of 3–2. The Panthers scored two seventh inning runs and held off a late Bomber rally to get the victory.
With two disappointing seasons behind it, the baseball team is relying on a young pitching staff to earn the program’s first Empire 8 Conference title since 2009.
Junior Aileen Razey greets each one of her students with a welcoming smile and a gracious pat on the back. When it’s time to begin class, she gathers everyone around the edge of the pool and states the four guidelines to her class.
The men’s soccer team lost 2-1 Saturday in its semifinal match at Stevens Institute of Technology. The Bombers finish the season with a record of 4–10–1 and a fourth place finish in the Empire 8 Conference.
After a somewhat tumultuous season that concluded with four straight losses, the men’s soccer team will soon compete in the postseason for the first time in three seasons.
The sound of the referee’s final whistle makes the frigid day seem even colder. The men’s soccer team just surrendered two late goals and lost the regular season finale and final home game for this year’s senior class.
The men’s soccer team lost its third straight game yesterday, losing 1–0 at Rochester Institute of Technology. The Bombers are now 4–8–1 on the season.