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From left, Utica College junior defender Patricia Kane tries to steal the ball from sophomore midfielder  Riley Marion during the Bombers’ 15–0 win against the Pioneers on April 24 at Higgins Stadium.

Bomber Roundup 4/23 — 4/28

April 29, 2014
A wrap-up of the latest games from the past week.
Senior Griffin Reid hits a backhand shot during the men’s tennis team’s practice April 22 in Glazer Arena. Reid has a 5–1 record against Empire 8 conference opponents this season.

Men’s tennis causes a racket in unbalanced Empire 8 conference

By Jonathan Beck, Staff Writer April 23, 2014
In a weak Empire 8 conference this season, the Blue and Gold are hoping for a strong push in the E8 tournament.
Freshman novice rower Tara Malone competes in the women’s crew team all-freshmen boat during the squad’s meet against St. Lawrence University and Skidmore College on April 12 on Cayuga Inlet.

Bomber Roundup 4/9 – 4/13

April 16, 2014
Miss any of the Bombers' action in the past week? No worries. We have you covered.
Senior David Andersen charges toward the ball March 29 in Cornell University’s Reis Tennis Center.

Bomber Roundup 3/26 – 4/1

April 2, 2014
Check out your weekly Bomber Roundup.
Freshman all-around gymnast Alexis Mena soars through the air as she competes in the vault event at the National Collegiate Gymnastics Association Championships on March 21 in Ben Light Gymnasium.

Bomber Roundup 3/19 – 3/25

March 26, 2014
Check out all the Bombers' action from the past week.
Senior defender Katie Long carries the ball up the field while three SUNY Geneseo players chase her in the women’s lacrosse game March 6 at Higgins Stadium. The Knights defeated the Bombers 10–7.

Bomber Roundup 3/5 – 3/15

March 19, 2014
A review of the Blue and Gold's games during spring break.
Freshman Chris Hayes hits the ball during a doubles match against Utica College on April 17 at the Wheeler Tennis Courts. The Bombers defeated the Pioneers 9-0 in the Empire 8 matchup.

Men’s tennis team makes late season push

By Matt Constas, Staff Writer April 24, 2013
The regular season is coming to a close, and the Ithaca College men’s tennis team is just beginning to get into the swing of things. After starting the season 1–10 in non-conference play, the Bombers have turned things around in conference with a 4–1 record; two of those wins came this past weekend. The Bombers…

Bombers defeat Nazareth in confrence match

By Matt Constas, Staff Writer April 21, 2013
The Ithaca College men’s tennis team picked up a win Saturday, beating the Nazareth College Golden Flyers 6-3. The win helps the Bombers improve to 3–1 in Empire 8 play. The Blue and Gold got off to a great start, sweeping doubles 3-0. They got a boost from senior Kyle Reither, who played in his…
Senior captain Kyle Riether hits a ball during a practice on Monday in the Athletics and Events Center. Riether is coming back after an injury to his labrum that he suffered last year during the Empire 8 Championships.

Injured captain sets sights on late season comeback

By Matt Constas, Staff Writer April 3, 2013
Senior year is the last time for most college athletes to achieve the goals they set for themselves as freshmen. Senior tennis captain Kyle Riether was almost denied that opportunity after an injury, but he is working to get on the court for the first time this year and achieve his goal of winning an…

Bombers seek consistency in doubles pairings

By Rebecca Alpert, Staff Writer April 26, 2012
After several lineup changes, the men’s tennis team is looking for the right combination for the third doubles slot in its rotation.

Serving up brotherly love

By Andrew Kristy, Staff Writer April 12, 2012
The final tally of wins was 535 games to 510 games. From middle school to high school, a pingpong table served as the battleground for a competitive after-school ritual between brothers Dan and Justin Levine.
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