October 20, 2021
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Invasive hydrilla plant gets pushed back

More than two years after making its way into the Cayuga Inlet, the aquatic invasive species of plant known as hydrilla verticillata is finally being driven out of the Ithaca community.


Crew squads seek state and regional redemption

By | May 1, 2013

As the Bombers took the water on Lake Onota last weekend to race Williams College and Coast Guard Academy, one thing was on their mind: revenge. For the past two weekends, the men’s and women’s crew teams have raced teams they will face in the coming weeks of post-season competition. Both teams managed to win…


Pair extracts skills from past ventures

By | Apr 18, 2012

Some members of the men’s crew’s four boats have transferred their experiences from individualistic sports as they adjust to new waters this season.


Men’s Crew: Bombers working against high tides

By | Feb 29, 2012

It doesn’t matter that the Cayuga Inlet was infected with a dangerous plant this fall and the majority of the men’s crew’s roster is full of underclassman with little experience on the water — the team has adopted a no excuses mentality going into the 2012 season.


Bonded by sport

By | Oct 12, 2011

When Rick Suddaby got his first head coaching job at Ithaca College in 1986, he asked his girlfriend, Kim, to help out when she could. Rick had known Kim since he was graduate assistant coach of the SUNY-Cortland gymnastics team.


Crews adapt to new waters

By | Sep 29, 2011

The fall season for men’s and women’s crew may be in danger before it even begins.