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From left, Savannah Brija ’18, ’20 and Karina Feitner ’18 at the United States Olympic Trials for Womens Rowing in Sarasota, Florida, in February.

Women’s crew alumni compete at Olympic trials

By Emma Kersting, Contributing writer March 17, 2021
Savannah Brija ’18, ’20 and Karina Feitner ’18 participated in Olympic rowing trials for the chance to represent Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics. 
Junior Liza Caldicott and sophomore Dania Bogdanovic were both new to the colleges sculling team last season. The team is more experienced this year and aims to be more competitive.

Experienced sculling team focused on individual improvement

By Lauren White, Assistant Sports Editor August 29, 2019
The women's sculling team plans to emphasize improvement to prepare for the more competitive spring crew season.
The womens Novice 8 boat placed first April 7 against SUNY Geneseo and St. John Fisher College at the Cayuga Lake Inlet. The womens team has a total of 13 novice athletes.

Starting from Scratch: Crew programs support novice rowers

By Jack Murray, Sports Editor April 17, 2019
The men's and women's crew teams at Ithaca College do not heavily recruit, but instead develop athletes through their novice teams.
Womens crew competes in final home meet of season April 6

Women’s crew competes in final home meet of season April 6

By Mikayla Rovenolt, Staff Writer April 9, 2019
The Ithaca College women's rowing team competed in their last home meet on the Cayuga Inlet on April 6.
Freshman rower Dania Bogdanovic is one of two freshman on womens varsity crew, and competed as a member of the teams second Varsity 8 boat March 30 at Cayuga Inlet.

Born to Row: Freshman rower makes impact for women’s crew

By Anna Harris, Staff Writer April 3, 2019
Freshman Dania Bogdanovic has been around the sport of rowing since she was young, and now is a star for the women's crew team at Ithaca College.
The Varsity 8 boat sails March 30 on the Cayuga Inlet.

Women’s crew opens season with tri-meet at Cayuga Duels

By Mikayla Rovenolt, Staff Writer April 3, 2019
The Ithaca College women's crew team competed at the Cayuga Duels on March 30 on the Cayuga Inlet in a tri-meet.
Savannah Brija 19

Women’s crew aims to reach podium at national championships

By Anna Harris, Staff Writer February 28, 2019
The Ithaca College women's crew team is hoping to win a national championship this season after falling to Bates College in 2018.
Brija is planning on competing for a high-performance club team when her collegiate career is over. She is looking at clubs that are located in various parts of the Northeast.

Sculling to success: athlete aspires to reach professional level

By Jack Murray, Assistant Sports Editor October 31, 2018
Graduate student sculler Savannah Brija hopes to compete for the U.S. National Rowing team after she graduates.
Sculling competes at Bucknell University on Oct. 14

Sculling competes at Bucknell University on Oct. 14

By Mikayla Rovenolt, Staff Writer October 16, 2018
The Ithaca College sculling team competed at Bucknell University on the Susquehanna River on Oct. 14.
Sculling competes at Green Mountain Head on Sept. 30

Sculling competes at Green Mountain Head on Sept. 30

By Mikayla Rovenolt, Contributing Writer September 30, 2018
The Ithaca College women's sculling team earned top finishes at the Green Mountain Head on Sept. 30.
Sculling starts season at Cayuga Sculling Sprints

Sculling starts season at Cayuga Sculling Sprints

By Mikayla Rovenolt, Contributing Writer September 26, 2018
The Ithaca College sculling team competed at the Cayuga Sculling Sprints at the Cayuga Inlet on Sept. 23.
Senior tennis player Taylor Ginestro was able to graduate a year early by bringing in 24 college credits from high school. Athletes are taking extra classes to fulfill their course load and graduate earlier than expected.

Athletes look to get ahead in course loads to graduate early

By Dani Pluchinsky, Contributing Writer October 11, 2017
Athletes at Ithaca College look to get ahead in their course loads in order to graduate early which can cost them to lose a year of NCAA eligibility.
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