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From left, former Harvard offensive lineman Alec Bank stands in the tunnel with his Ivy League teammates prior to the Dream Japan Bowl on Jan. 21. The Ivy League All-Stars rostered four former Cornell University players in the 52 man roster.

Ivy League football players culminate conference careers in Dream Japan Bowl

By Billy Wood, Sports Editor February 7, 2024
A cultural experience and a culmination of collegiate football careers occurred in Tokyo, Japan, on Jan. 21, 6,752 miles away from Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca. This was not an average Ivy League football game — this was the Dream Japan Bowl.
On Oct. 15 the Ithaca College athletic department issued a new dress code that impacts practice attire for varsity athletes in the Athletic and Events and Hill Centers.

Athletics department issues dress code for student-athletes

By Tess Ferguson, Sports Editor December 6, 2023
On Oct. 15, the Ithaca College athletic department released a statement that redefined the way varsity athletes are allowed to present themselves. 
From left, former members of the Ithaca College women’s rowing teams Pearl Outlaw ‘20 and Savanna Brija ‘18 are set to compete at the Rowing World Championships on Sept. 18–25.

Two rowing alumni to represent Team USA at Worlds

By David Schurter, Staff Writer September 7, 2022
Even though their time at Ithaca College may have ended, two rowing alumni, Pearl Outlaw ’20 and Savanna Brija ’18 are set to pick up their oars once again, this time for Team USA.
Justin Stangel, former associate head coach for Hobart College, was named the sixth head coach in Ithaca College mens crew program history. He replaces Dan Robinson 79, who retired in March after 37 seasons with the college.

Men’s crew announces former Hobart assistant as new head coach

By Daniel King, Assistant Sports Editor June 28, 2022
Justin Stangel, former associate head coach at Hobart College, has been named the new head coach of the Ithaca College men’s crew program, the sixth coach in program history.
Carli Lloyd walks on stage to discuss the path to her successful soccer career and leadership on and off the field Dec. 6 at Cornell University’s Bailey Hall.

Soccer star Carli Lloyd speaks about career and equality

By Emily Adams, Sports Editor December 11, 2019
U.S. Women's National Team soccer play Carli Llyod spoke at Cornell University Dec. 6 about her career, gender inequality and retirement.

White’s past transgressions hurt Olympic image

By Danielle Allentuck, Columnist February 21, 2018
Shaun White's gold medal-winning run in the halfpipe at the 2018 Winter Olympics should not overshadow the harsh truth about him.
Junior Anna Gardner, pictured above at a rally in November of 2017, writes that the public must hold abusers like Michigan State doctor Larry Nassar accountable for their actions.

Commentary: USA Gymnastics team deserves public support

By Anna Gardner January 30, 2018
Systems can only be broken when we call them out. It is when we collectively put pressure on these systems that we can truly give justice to victims.
Meghan Musnicki 05, who won a gold medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games and 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games as part of the United States womens eight boat, address the crowd Sept. 27 Hockett Family Recital Hall.

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Musnicki ’05 returns to IC

By Vinica Weiss, Senior Writer September 30, 2016
Meghan Musnicki '05 returned to Ithaca College from Sept. 27 to Oct. 1 as “IC’s Olympic Champion in Residence.”
Emily Morley ’16 competes in sculling Sept. 27, 2015 on the Cayuga Inlet. She represented the Bahamas in the single sculling event at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.

IC alum Emily Morley competes at Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games

By Vinica Weiss, Senior Writer August 31, 2016
Emily Morley '16 was the first rower from the Bahamas to compete at the Olympics. Becky Robinson, Ithaca College head women's crew and sculling coach, and Beth Greene, Ithaca College assistant women's crew and sculling coach, coached her at the Olympics.
Commentary: Even female Olympic champions cannot escape sexism

Commentary: Even female Olympic champions cannot escape sexism

By Riley Ludwig August 24, 2016
"However, even during the sporting event that ideally should consider all athletes equally for the accomplishment of being an Olympian, women are treated in ways that men will never be."
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.
Head coaches Mike Welch, football, and Rick Suddaby, gymnastics, stand side-by-side in front of the trophy case inside the Athletics and Events Center. They are both going to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame during the 2015 ceremony on Sept. 25 along with six other alumni and two teams.

Two current coaches honored by the place they call home

By Kristen Gowdy, Senior Writer September 23, 2015
Mike Welch and Rick Suddaby along with six other alumni and two teams are going to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame during the 2015 ceremony on Sept. 25.
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