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Junior infielder Riley Brawdy eyes an incoming pitch during a doubleheader victory against the Clarkson University Golden Knights on March 26.
Bombers finish off Yellowjackets behind sound pitching
By Jacob Infald, Staff Writer • April 21, 2024
The Ithaca College baseball team hosted its Liberty League rival, the University of Rochester Yellowjackets at Valesente Diamond at Freeman Field on a chilly afternoon, April 21. After splitting a double header in Rochester on April 20, the Bombers came out victorious in a 5–1 contest to secure a series victory.
The Ithaca College womens lacrosse team runs across Higgins Stadium with smiles. The Bombers extended their win streak to 10 games with an 18–3 victory over the Vassar College Brewers on April 19.
Bombers extend win streak to 10 games with 18-3 victory against Brewers
By Alliey Magistro, Staff Writer • April 20, 2024
The No. 13 Ithaca College women’s lacrosse team has done it yet again. The Bombers rained dominant over the Vassar College Brewers in a Liberty League matchup April 19 with a score of 18–3.
Ithacan Overtime | On the Field with Sydney Phillips
By Alliey Magistro, Mei Dennison, Peter Milburn, and Kian Whelahan April 19, 2024

Sydney Phillips, an Ithaca College Women’s Lacrosse team midfielder, has been dominant in her senior season, scoring 32 goals through 12 games....

Senior attacker John Sramac battles through St. John Fisher defenders on Feb. 25. The Bombers defeated the Red Dragons 12–11 after a back and forth battle.
Bombers emerge victorious after bitter battle with Red Dragons
By Jonathan Falco, Staff Writer • April 18, 2024
The Ithaca College lacrosse team was able to do something the football team could not this academic year – defeat the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons. The Bombers were able to leave Higgins Stadium victorious, 12–11, clinging to victory as the two teams battled down to the wire. 
Following the resignation of longtime head strength and conditioning coach, Vic Brown, Ben Fleet 22 has assumed the role of interim head strength and conditioning coach. Fleet has primarily relied on support from a team of graduate assistants.
Inside the transition of Ithaca College's strength and conditioning staff
By Jess Moskowitz, Staff Writer • April 18, 2024
In February, Ithaca College announced that longtime head coach of strength and conditioning, Vic Brown, announced his resignation from the department. To fill the void, a young group of strength and conditioning coaches and graduate assistants have fought to maintain stability through continuing change.
During the 2024 season, the Ithaca College baseball team has dealt with persistent weather delays. The South Hill Squad has played only three games on Freeman Field thus far, compared to the 10 originally scheduled.
Fielding the unpredictable: Ithaca College baseball's continuous weather struggle
By Noa Ran-Ressler, Investigative Editor • April 17, 2024
With upstate New York weather being as unpredictable as it is, the Ithaca College baseball team has had to make numerous adjustments this season to accommodate a weather-intolerant field. Freeman Field is a natural dirt and grass field, not a synthetic surface, which means it cannot be plowed or played on while wet.
Sophomore catcher Haley Petrucci steps up to bat for the Ithaca College softball team. Petrucci needs four more home runs to tie the all-time season home record at Ithaca College that was set by Laura Remia ’01 during the 1999 Division III softball season.
Sophomore slugger swings toward Bombers' single season home run crown
By Khari Bolden, Staff Writer • April 17, 2024
When first baseman Laura Remia ’01 smacked 10 home runs in her inaugural college season, she etched her name into the Ithaca College softball record books with one of the best power-hitting seasons the school had ever seen.
Junior righty pitcher Dan Allard steps up on the mound in the Bombers 11–6 loss against the SUNY Oswego State Lakers. The Bombers went through six different pitchers in nine innings.
Lakers' strong first inning drives them past the Bombers
By Jacob Infald, Staff Writer • April 17, 2024
On the afternoon of April 16, the Ithaca College baseball team took on the SUNY Oswego State Lakers in an out-of-conference matchup at Valesente Diamond at Freeman Field. The Lakers controlled the game from the first pitch and defeated the Bombers 11-6.
Junior first baseman Cynthia Ehrenfeld gets ready for a ball, while the Big Reds baserunner decides whether or not to run to second base. The Bombers would lose 9–3 against Division I Cornell University on April 16.
Bombers face tough 9–3 loss against Big Red
By Flynn Hynes, Assistant Sports Editor • April 16, 2024
The Ithaca College softball team fought, but came up short 9–3 against the Division I Cornell University Big Red April 16 at Niemand-Robison Softball Field.
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