Matt Kelly reflects on his time at Ithaca College and offers parting advice to his peers.
I went back and forth last spring deciding whether to apply for the position of sports columnist for The Ithacan. Writing for each week’s issue was something I had not taken on before, and I decided to go for it. I could not be happier. Looking back over the past four years, taking myself out…
Members of The Ithacan staff spent some time with a serve machine in order to see how difficult it is to return an Allison Young serve.
Despite a slower start than it anticipated, the 20th-ranked women’s lacrosse team had little trouble in defeating Nazareth College by a score of 14-4 in the Empire 8 Conference semifinal yesterday at Higgins Stadium.
Every so often, a pair of star players on the boys’ lacrosse team at John Jay High School in Cross River, N.Y., dusted off an old play that could only be formed from a backyard bond.
With the women’s basketball team trailing by five points to Hartwick College in the Empire 8 Conference Tournament Final and time dwindling, junior forward Devin Shea was not thinking about the Bombers’ previous postseason shortcomings.
The women’s basketball team’s results away from the friendly confines of Ben Light Gymnasium suggest the Bombers are feeling right at home during road trips this season.
Though she has only been a student at the college for one month, sophomore guard Mary Kate Tierney has already become a valuable asset to the women’s basketball team.
The women’s basketball team (16–4 overall, 8–1 Empire 8) dug itself into a big hole in the first half and couldn’t compensate for it in today’s 56-53 loss to Hartwick College (16–3 overall, 8–1 Empire 8) in Ben Light Gymnasium.
It wasn’t always pretty to watch, but the women’s basketball team (16–3 overall, 8–0 Empire 8) picked up a gritty 54-38 win against Stevens Institute of Technology (7–11 overall, 4–4 Empire 8) last night in Ben Light Gymnasium.