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Head mens and women tennis coach Bill Austin has announced his retirement after 20 seasons. Assistant coach Chris Hayes will step up as head.

Ithaca College tennis coach cements place in record books

By Annette Hogan, Staff Writer October 24, 2016
For the past 17 years, Bill Austin has been a staple on the Ithaca College tennis courts. Now, the head coach has cemented his place in history.

Track and field competes at Tuesday Meet

By Lauren Murray, Assistant Sports Editor April 27, 2016
The Ithaca College track and field teams competed in their only home meet of the season April 26.
Freshman Alex Arika competes in the triple jump April 23 at the Empire 8 Championship. He placed third with a jump of 12.9 meters.

Track and Field teams dominate Empire 8 Championship

By Jeb Biggart, Contributing Writer April 24, 2016
The women's track and field team placed first at the Empire 8 Championship on April 23 while the men placed second.
Senior Chris Hayes collected his 100th career win in a singles match against Hartwick College on April 20.

Men’s tennis sweeps Hartwick for an Empire 8 win

By Justin Rouzier, Staff Writer April 20, 2016
Men's tennis senior Chris Hayes picks up his 100th career win in a team sweep against Hartwick College on April 20.

Track and field has successful showing at two invitationals

By Lauren Murray, Staff Writer February 21, 2016
The track and field teams competed at the Pioneer Invitational in Utica, New York and Marc Deneault Invitational at Cornell University on Feb. 20.
Sophomore Matt Foster leaps over the bar in the pole vault during the Bomber Quad on Feb. 20 at the Athletics and Events Center. Foster finished in fourth place with a height of 4.10 meters.

Roundups 2/18 – 2/24

By Ithacan Sports Staff, The Ithacan February 25, 2015
The Ithacan sports staff recaps all Bomber sports action from this week.
The mens track and field team dressed up as the womens team for their Halloween workout at the Athletics and Events Center.

Two Bomber programs work to merge men’s and women’s teams

By Kristen Gowdy, Assistant Sports Editor December 3, 2014
Two varsity sports utilize combined workouts and bonding to mold men’s and women’s squads into single entities.
Junior Lyndsay Isaksen swims the finals of the 200-yard butterfly at the Upper New York State Collegiate Swimming Association Championships on Feb. 21 in the Athletics in Events Center Aquatics Pavilion.

Bomber Roundup 2/19 – 2/25

February 26, 2014
Check out all the Bombers’ game results during the past week.
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