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Butterfield Stadium, the home of the Ithaca College football team, will receive an artificial turf playing surface after a donation by an alum. The venue will be renamed to Bertino Field at Butterfield Stadium.

Ithaca College announces Butterfield Stadium to receive artificial turf

By Daniel King, Assistant Sports Editor November 29, 2022
As the Ithaca College football team continues its NCAA tournament run, Ithaca College announced it has received a donation to upgrade the home playing field for the Bombers.
Coming off a Liberty League Championship game appearance in 2021, the Ithaca College men’s soccer team had a challenging 2022 season, earning a record of 3–9–5 while tallying 11 goals in 17 games.

Men’s soccer team reflects on difficult season

By Tobiah Zboray, Staff Writer November 16, 2022
After going 8–6–6 in 2021 and making the Liberty League Championship game, expectations were high for the Ithaca College men’s soccer team for the 2022 season.
From left, first-year student guard Zoraida Icabalceta defends against graduate student guard Julia Siler. Icabalceta had five steals against the Red Dragons.

Q&A: New basketball player earns her minutes

By Aidan Charde, Sports Editor November 15, 2022
Just two games into the new Ithaca College women’s basketball season, the Bombers are 2–0 and have seen contributions from most members of the team.
From left, senior Justin Showstead and senior Andy Frank look to bring their senior leadserhsip to the team and help send multiple members of the team to the NCAA Divison III indoor track and field championship.

Men’s track and field team sprinting for the top of the Liberty League

By Daniel King, Assistant Sports Editor November 9, 2022
Following a second-place overall finish in the 2022 Liberty League Indoor Track and Field Championships, the Ithaca College men’s track and field team has its eyes set on the top of the mountain.
From left, graduate student Luka Radovich, senior Jack Stern and senior Liam Spellman all look to help elevate the Bombers to the top of the Liberty League and win their second conference championship.

Men’s basketball shoots for a return to conference championship game

By Tommy Mumau, Senior Writer November 9, 2022
The Ithaca College men’s basketball team is back on the court with a veteran squad that has its sights set on a Liberty League title.
From left, junior Holden Shatoughy and junior James Collishaw will look to help the Bombers bring home their first Liberty League championship since the school joined the league back in 2018.

Looking to turn the tide in conference play

By David Schurter, Staff Writer November 9, 2022
the Ithaca College men’s swimming and diving team made its long awaited return to the pool Oct. 15, ready to begin a new season. 
From left, graduate student Eze Chukwuezi and senior Matt Beyer are both looking to make a statement this season and make strong pushes in the NCAA Division III tournament.

Wrestling grapples for a championship

By Dustin Terry, Staff Writer November 9, 2022
The Bombers finished last season with an 11–4 record in dual matches, ending the season with a second-place finish in the NCAA Regional tournament and 27th place in the NCAA Division III Championships
Josh Vorensky ’11 earned an Emmy for his work as an associate producer for a segment on ESPNews along with three other Ithaca College alumni.

Q&A: Alum talks about career journey to ESPN

By Andrew Roberts, Contributing Writer November 8, 2022
In 2020, Vorensky was a part of the production team that won an Emmy for Outstanding Sports News/Feature Anthology for the Sports Center (SC) Featured segment that aired on ESPNews.
From left, Golden Knights sophomore forward Chloe Hodge chases down Bombers senior forward Delaney Rutan down the field during the Bombers 1–0 overtime victory in the Liberty League semi-final.

Women’s soccer advances to Liberty League championship with 1–0 win over Clarkson

By Dustin Terry, Staff Writer November 4, 2022
The Ithaca College women’s soccer team advanced to the Liberty League Championship game with a thrilling 1–0 win over Clarkson University.
The Ithaca College field hockey team will finish their 2022 season with a 14–4 record following a 1–0 loss to the Herons. The team still has a chance to earn an at-large bid in the NCAA DIII field hockey tournament.

Field Hockey falls to William Smith 1–0 in the Liberty League semifinal

By Tess Ferguson, Staff Writer November 4, 2022
After coming off of a victorious Senior Day against the William Smith College Herons on Oct. 23, the Ithaca College field hockey team fell 1–0 in an overtime loss.
First-year student August Donato, who is on the men’s rugby team, came out as transgender earlier this year, and began hormone treatment in August.

Transgender student finds a community with men’s rugby

By Aidan Charde, Sports Editor November 2, 2022
Donato has been on testosterone treatment since August. He had to choose between being on the rowing team at Fordham or being open about his identity.
Assistant coach Mary Mazzella, who was hired by the college in July 2022, runs a cone drill at the women’s basketball Elite Camp on Oct. 30 in Ben Light Gymnasium to scout potential recruits.

Prospective athletes put skills on display at women’s basketball camp

By Dylan Delaney, Contributing Writer November 2, 2022
The Ithaca College women’s basketball team hosted its Elite Camp on Oct. 30, bringing in high school athletes to scout for future Bombers and showing what the college and facilities have to offer. 
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