November 25, 2015
Ithaca, NY

Vinica Weiss

Ready to Rock: Ithaca College students embrace rock climbing

Climbers embrace the physical and mental challenges of the sport both indoors at the Fitness Center and outdoors on their own time.

Field hockey secures No.1 seed in Empire 8 playoffs with 2–1 win

With a 2–1 victory over Utica College, the field hockey team secured the No. 1 seed in the Empire 8 Conference Championship. The win was the team’s fifth straight victory of the season.

Former captain jumps at opportunity to help men’s basketball

Sean Burton ’09 was hired as the assistant men’s basketball coach by the athletics department in September.

Men’s soccer takes third straight loss of season to Hamilton

The men’s soccer team took its third straight loss of the season to Hamilton College on Oct.

Club baseball off to impressive start to inaugural season

The club baseball team is off to a successful start in its inaugural season, after taking on Alfred University on Sept.

Field hockey on losing end of 1–0 match against the Cardinals

The field hockey team fell to St. John Fisher College Sept. 19, three days after upsetting No. 15 University of Rochester.

Sculling team looks to propel program in the right direction

In its fourth season as a varsity sport, the sculling squad is hoping to take the next step this year.

Athletes from the Ithaca area team up for a summer of rugby

Members of the Ithaca College community come together to play rugby Sevens during the summer months.

Ithaca College women’s lacrosse head coach resigns

Head coach Shannon McHale of the women’s lacrosse team has resigned from her position.

Bombers capture 15th straight Empire 8 Commissioner’s Cup

The Blue and Gold finished in first place in the Empire 8 standings to clinch the Commissioner’s Cup for the 15th straight year.

Junior qualifies for national refereeing tournament

A former athlete, junior Clark Stridsberg has found an unconventional way to stay involved in sport.

Freshman snags softball squad’s starting second-base spot

Freshman Allie Colleran has filled the hole at second base for the softball squad.

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