On Nov. 14, members of the Ithaca College men’s and women’s crew teams participated in the annual “Rent-A-Rower” event to benefit the local community.
The Ithaca College swimming and diving program is currently in the midst of its first full season with Kevin Markwardt as the head coach for both the men’s and women’s teams.
Prior to the Ithaca Invitational on Nov. 5 and 6, Ithaca College Athletics announced Oct. 27 there will be no spectators permitted for the event held at the A&E Center.
The women’s basketball team does not only foster its connection in Ben Light Gymnasium — the team has bonded at the off-campus house where three of the team’s seniors live.
As the fall regular season winds down for Ithaca College Athletics, postseason tournaments are set to begin, and six teams are looking to bring home a Liberty League Championship.
Three senior Ithaca College sports media students organized and hosted a panel discussing how Esports, fantasy sports and gambling are causing the coverage of sports to change.
After nearly two years of waiting, Ithaca College students are excited to witness the “biggest little game in the nation” in just a few weeks in the 62nd edition of the Cortaca Jug.
The Ithaca College equestrian club has returned to its “mane” season after spending last semester away from the riding arena, unable to meet in person and forced to hold team bonding exercises online.
After dominating in-conference play, the Ithaca College field hockey team is firing on all cylinders going into the Liberty League postseason.