The Ithaca College baseball team defeated Wells College 9–8 in the first match up between Coach Valesente and his son David Valesente.
Game-day superstitions are becoming more popular now more than ever and athletes at Ithaca College are no exception.
Athletes whose teams make it into tournament play stay behind on campus until the end of the season, which can possibly effect internships and jobs.
The baseball team welcomed Utica College for a three-game showdown April 29–30. The Bombers won both games April 29 and lost their game April 30.
The Ithaca College baseball team traveled to Cortland, New York, to take on the Red Dragons. The team lost to SUNY Cortland by the score of 4–3.
The Ithaca College baseball team scored 13 runs in the top of the first inning to defeat nonconference opponent SUNY Oneonta 19–3.
The baseball team traveled to Oswego, New York to take on Oswego State. The Bombers lost the game 6–3, snapping their 10-game winning streak.
The baseball team shut out SUNY New Paltz April 22, while on April 23, the Bombers defeated the University of Rochester in walk-off fashion.
The Ithaca College baseball team traveled to Houghton College and defeated the Highlanders in a doubleheader 7–1 and 9–4.
The Ithaca College baseball team swept the SUNY Canton Kangaroos in a triple header April 14–15 in an Empire 8 conference matchup.
Thanks to the powerful offensive showing at Freeman Field, the Ithaca College baseball team defeated Houghton College 12–6.
Louisville Slugger, in 1884, was the first brand to make bats and now there are many companies competing to make the best bat with the current technology.