4/16/14 - Men's Lacrosse
Genesee Community College
SUNY Broome
4:00 PM


4/17/14 - Baseball
SUNY Broome
Tompkins Cortland Community College
2:00 PM


4/17/14 - Softball
SUNY Broome
Tompkins Cortland Community College
3:00 PM


4/17/14 - Men's Tennis
Herkimer County Community College
SUNY Broome
4:00 PM


4/17/14 - Baseball
SUNY Broome
Tompkins Cortland Community College
4:00 PM


Troy Scales Baseball Freshman Troy Scales (Johnson City/Johnson City, NY) was named the NJCAA Division III Player of the Week. Scales played in four games behind the plate for the Hornets in Florida and went 7-13 (.538) with one double and four RBIs
Joe Nelson Men's Basketball Joe graduated from Broome in 1996 with a degree in LA and from SUNY Oneonta with a Bachelor of Science in History and a Minor in Political Science. Prior to Broome Joe attended New Berlin Central School in New Berlin, N.Y. Recruited to Broome following a high school basketball career that resulted in a Tri-Valley League championship in 1994 and being named twice to the Chenango County Boy’s All County Team for the Norwich Evening Sun and twice to the All Region Team by the Oneonta Star. Under Broome Coach Tom Morrissey Nelson became a regularly used reserve player during the 1994-95 season, and a full time starter for the 1995-1996 season. Joe was recruited to play at SUNY New Paltz where he finished his basketball eligibility in 1998. Upon the end of Nelson's collegiate basketball career, he attended SUNY Oneonta where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in History. Following graduation Nelson moved to Washington, D.C., to pursue a career in media and public policy. Joe was hired as an associate editor at The Washington Daybook news service and has been with the organization for over 13 years earning the title of editor-in-chief in 2005 and became a member of the Congressional Radio & Television Correspondents’ Association. Nelson continues to work to grow the organization using the lessons that he has learned from his professors, coaches and teammates at Broome. Joe currently resides in Washington, D.C., with his wife Carrie and two children Benjamin (4) and Juliet (6 mo.).