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From left, junior Devin Nunez, professor WonyuL Bae and senior Keon Broadnax participate at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

Ithaca college students take talents to PyeongChang

By Matt Hornick, Sports Editor March 7, 2018
Students from Ithaca College interned for NBC and the Winter Olympics for the first part of the spring semester.
Lori and Gary Shields, their son, Michael, and dog Russell, travel from Clifton Park to watch their daughter, freshman Abby Shields, play softball.

Families build a community attending sporting events

By Casey Koenig, Staff Writer April 12, 2017
Families of Bomber athletes get to know each other by going to both home and away games and hosting the team when the team is on the road.
Freshman Emily Altchiler competes against Rensselear Polytechnic Institute on Oct. 29 in the Athletics and Events Center. The womens swimming and diving team will host the Bomber Invitational on Dec. 2–4 .

Weekend preview: IC winter sport teams reach midseason

By Matt Hornick, Staff Writer December 1, 2016
The Ithaca College swimming and diving and track and field teams both host home meets this weekend.
Freshman Jennie Brian rows in the Cayuga Sculling Sprints on Sept. 25 on the Cayuga Inlet. She placed first in the open single sculling event.

IC sculler earns spot on roster during freshman season

By Andrew Rizzo, Contributing Writer October 14, 2016
Freshman Jennie Brian is only the second sculler in program history to make the team during her freshman year.
Junior Quinn Ferguson plays in a high school football game. He has not played in a game since his senior year of high school.

Junior walks onto football after two-year hiatus from sport

By Cal Dymowski, Staff Writer September 9, 2016
Ithaca College junior Quinn Ferguson decided in the spring to walk onto the Ithaca College football team. He has not played in a game since his senior year of high school.

Women’s lacrosse advances to second round of NCAA Championship

By Connor Weingarten, Contributing Writer May 15, 2016
The women's lacrosse team defeated Regis College 24–2 in the first round of the NCAA Championship on May 15.
Members of the gymnastics team come from several parts of the nation, including Missouri and Arkansas, to compete.

Gymnasts from all around the country bring talent to the floor

By Akili Dorsey Bell, Contributing Writer December 1, 2015
In recent years, members of the gymnastics team have come from several parts of the country to make a new home at the college.
Freshman Hailey Adler goes in for the kill during the volleyball match Sept. 23 against Keuka College at Ben Light Gymnasium. Adler has tallied 213 kills in her first season, which is good for third on the team.

Freshman balances difficult switch from gymnastics to volleyball

By Madison Bess, Staff Writer November 10, 2015
Hailey Adler, a freshman on the volleyball squad, was once a gymnast growing up but injuries forced her to change sports.
Sophomore Johnston Tucker navigates mens crew to a first-place victory during its regatta against St. Lawrence University and Skidmore College on April 11 on the Cayuga Inlet.

Second-year coxswain leads boat with his commanding presence

By Adam Brobst, Contributing Writer April 14, 2015
Johnston Tucker, men's crew's lone male coxswain, has grown into a leadership role for the Bombers this season.
From left, seniors Dan Brauchli and Keith MacDonald of the mens crew team examine their different meals in the Robert B. Tallman Rowing Center at the Cayuga Inlet in Ithaca, New York.

Men’s crew team pulls its weight to flourish in the water

By Karly Redpath, Senior Writer April 1, 2015
Members of the men's crew team use periodic switches between large and small meal diets to succeed this season.
Freshman midfielder Marc Ross carries the ball for the men’s lacrosse team March 21 at Higgins Stadium. The nationally-ranked Blue and Gold defeated Elmira College by a score of 19–1.

Roundups: 3/18 – 3/24

By Ithacan Sports Staff, The Ithacan March 25, 2015
The Ithacan sports staff recaps all Bomber sports action from this week.
Katie Beaule, sixth from left, and her family pose with Chef Robert Irvine, fifth from left, during the grand opening of the renovated Windsor 75.

Sophomore appears on Food Network show

November 11, 2013
Over the summer, sophomore Katie Beaule appeared on the Food Network show, "Restaurant Impossible."
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