VESTAL, N.Y. -- A lot can change in five years, but one thing that hasn't is the America East men's tennis champion.
Binghamton University won its fifth straight title last weekend, beating UMBC, but now looks to accomplish something it hasn't in its ten-year Division I history: win a match in the NCAA Tournament.
The Bearcats gathered Tuesday to watch the tourney's selection show at the Events Center, and learned they'll travel to Oxford, MS to face 13-seeded Ole Miss.
The Bearcats will rely on the bottom of their lineup, their strength all season long where their five and six players have gone an overall 34-18 in duals this season.
BU hasn't face Mississippi since 2004 when they lost to the Rebels 4-0 in Regional play.
Binghamton and Ole Miss go head to head on May 12, the winner will take on either Michigan or Middle Tennessee.