FSCC Lakers Come Out Ahead Over Hornets E-Sports

By Dominick Matarese | The Hornets E-sports team took their second loss of their season tonight in a back and forth Overwatch match against Finger Lakes Community College. The team came out ahead early, taking map 1 in a decisive victory. The next three maps went to FLCC, but were all close matches. This lossContinue reading “FSCC Lakers Come Out Ahead Over Hornets E-Sports”

Hornets E-sports Lose Hard Fought Battle Against Madison College

By Dominick Matarese | The SUNY Broome Hornets received their first loss of the season tonight in a hard fought battle against the Madison College Wolfpack. The final score was 1-3, with one map going to a draw. This brings the Hornets to a record of 2-1. The Hornets said they were “Distraught” immediately followingContinue reading “Hornets E-sports Lose Hard Fought Battle Against Madison College”

Hornets E-sports Win Blowout Overwatch Game Against ATCC

By Dominick Matarese | The Hornets E-Sports team continued building their momentum into the regular season in a blowout win against Alexandria Technical and Community College on Thursday. The Hornets cruised to 3-0 victory, sweeping nearly every round. ATCC is the only 2 year college in Minnesota to offer competitive E-sports teams. In a postContinue reading “Hornets E-sports Win Blowout Overwatch Game Against ATCC”

Hornets Esports Win First Match of Season in 5 Game Battle

By Dominick Matarese | The SUNY Broome Hornets Esports team defeated the Bryant and Stratton College Bobcats in a close Overwatch match on Monday. The match was 2-2 going into game 5, and the hornets came out ahead. This was the first time the Hornets had gone to a game 5, and were hungry forContinue reading “Hornets Esports Win First Match of Season in 5 Game Battle”

Catching Up With Hornets Esports

By Dominick Matarese | The SUNY Broome Esports team has ended their Overwatch season with a close 3-1 win against Fort Scott Community College. The Fulcrum sat down with the team to reflect on how the Fall 2020 semester had gone for them. Players were asked about why they joined the team. Freshmen Benjamin SaundersContinue reading “Catching Up With Hornets Esports”