July 30, 2014
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Steve Derderian

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Ready to roll: Local roller derby league seeks new practice venue

The Ithaca League of Women Rollers is hoping to find a new practice venue so that its sport may continue to thrive in the community.

Physical therapy professor appointed faculty athletics representative

Professor Barbara Belyea has been named the new faculty athletics representative, replacing Professor Wenmouth Williams.

Super Bowl champion calls for open LGBTQ sports culture

NFL linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo visited the East Hill on March 19 in support of Athlete Ally.

Bombers knock off No. 11 Cardinals to open E8 schedule

The Blue and Gold got their first home win of the season Saturday.

IC students volunteer for athletes with disabilities

Students are volunteering to assist Special Olympic athletes with disabilities.

Football squad’s 2013 season comes to a close at Wesley

Bomber football suffered its third loss of the season in the second round of the NCAA tournament Nov. 30.

From Bomber to Blue Jay

After every home baseball game this summer at Bowen Field in Bluefield, W.Va., infielder Tim Locastro walked around the field, while children and their parents approached him and his teammates asking for an autograph.

Returning core poised to maintain conference dominance

With eight consecutive Empire 8 championship titles, the women’s tennis team has had no problem hitting its stride early this season.

Tim Locastro to sign with Toronto Blue Jays

Tim Locastro spoke with assistant sports editor Steve Derderian to answer some questions about his recent decision to play professional baseball.

Locastro selected in MLB Draft

During the second day of the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft on Saturday, the Toronto Blue Jays drafted Bombers’ shortstop, rising senior Timothy Locastro, in the 13th round and the 385th pick overall.

Baseball squad earns second chance at National title

The Bombers baseball team has been a part of the college baseball World Series in Appleton, Wis. this week. The team’s victory over Linfield College Monday evening sets them to take on the University of Southern Maine Tuesday afternoon.