America East frontrunner Binghamton exploded for 11 runs in the first inning en route to a 22-1 win over Siena Baseball in the Saints' non-conference finale in Vestal, New York. Senior centerfielder Dan Swain recorded two of Siena's five hits, and drove in the Saints' lone run with an RBI single in the eighth.
Binghamton (27-9) sent 16 men to the plate during the decisive first inning, scoring 11 runs on the strength of nine hits. Brendan Skidmore paced the Bearcats with three RBI on a pair of run-scoring hits in the frame.
Binghamton continued its offensive assault in the innings to follow, ultimately scoring runs in six of their eight at-bats which included four, multi-run frames. A total of 11 Bearcat batters scored runs, and 11 also tallied hits.
Eddie Posavec paced a balanced Binghamton attack with four hits and four RBI, while Skidmore also drove in four runs on the afternoon. No. 9 hitter Darian Herncane added one of three Bearcat home runs and scored four times for Binghamton which has won six straight.
The Saints continue their seven-game, six-day road stretch tomorrow when they open a crucial, three-game MAAC series at Niagara. Doubleheader action begins at noon.