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Juniors Reid Simoncini and Jaye Carver both play women’s lacrosse for Ithaca College. The two are from Ridgewood, New Jersey, where they attended the same high school and played together since third grade.

WATCH: Childhood friends become IC women’s lacrosse teammates

By Matias Weilmann, Staff Writer April 4, 2018
Childhood friends Reid Simoncini and Jayne Carver, who have played together since third grade, now both play for the women's lacrosse team.
Karrie Moore, the head coach of the womens lacrosse team, coaches during the womens lacrosse teams first game of the season Feb. 25 in Higgins Stadium.

Technology transforms recruiting process for IC coaches

By Annette Hogan, Staff Writer February 28, 2017
Over time, the recruiting process for many sports has changed, and technology has played an important role in the change.
Junior attackman Morgan Racicot runs down the field during the womens lacrosse team practice Feb. 27 in Higgins Stadium.

New coach adds moxy to women’s lacrosse team

By Matt Rottler, Staff Writer March 2, 2016
The women's lacrosse team enters the 2016 season hoping to make the Empire 8 Championship.
Karrie Moore poses in her new office in the Athletics and Events Center. She was hired to take over the women’s lacrosse program as head coach on Sept. 2.

Recently hired women’s lacrosse coach relocates to South Hill

By Kristen Gowdy, Senior Writer September 9, 2015
Karrie Moore took over the women’s lacrosse program on Sept. 2 after spending the last eight seasons at Cornell University.

Ithaca College women’s lacrosse head coach resigns

By Jonathan Beck and Vinica Weiss August 20, 2015
Head coach Shannon McHale of the women's lacrosse team has resigned from her position.
Junior Chris Hayes backhands the ball during the men’s tennis team’s 7–2 victory over the Nazareth College Golden Flyers on April 19 at Wheeler Tennis Courts. The Bombers own a 7–7–1 record, after clinching a playoff spot April 21.

Roundups 4/15 – 4/22

By Ithacan Sports Staff, The Ithacan April 22, 2015
The Ithacan sports staff recaps all the Bomber sports action from this week.
Junior attacker Ally Runyon runs around the net looking to score against a defender during the women’s lacrosse team’s 14–13 double overtime loss against Stevens Institute of Technology on April 2 at Higgins Stadium.

Junior attacks women’s lacrosse offense’s record books

By Alex Wong, Contributing Writer April 6, 2015
Junior attacker Ally Runyon is putting together another impressive season for the Bombers.
Four-year-old Anya Harvey poses with an Ithaca College teddy bear. The womens lacrosse team has adopted Anya as an honorary member.

Women’s lacrosse forms special bond with leukemia patient

By Kristen Gowdy, Sports Editor March 18, 2015
The women's lacrosse team visited Anya Harvey, a 4-year-old leukemia patient, during their spring break trip in Florida.
Men’s soccer head coach Andy Byrne addresses his team after the Bombers’ game against Elmira College on Oct. 12, 2013. Byrne is retiring after 31 years at the helm of the South Hill squad’s men’s soccer program.

Blue and Gold coaches maintain legacy of long-term success

By Jonathan Beck, Assistant Sports Editor March 4, 2015
The Ithaca College head coaches have retained success for decades.
Junior attack Emily Peters scoops up the loose ball during the women’s lacrosse team’s win against William Smith College on April 8 at Higgins Stadium. Peters has seven goals this year.

Women’s lacrosse team to square off with Ducks for top spot in the Empire 8

By Mark Warren, Staff Writer April 16, 2014
The Bombers will face a big test April 18, as they head to Hoboken, N.J. to face the Stevens Institute of Technology.
Seniors of the womens lacrosse team show off their pregame arm marks April 2.

Marks of excellence: Women’s lacrosse team embraces tradition of marking their arms

By Mark Warren, Staff Writer April 2, 2014
Members of the women's lacrosse team put motivational phrases on their hands before games with permanent marker.

Women’s lacrosse team runs through Soaring Eagles

By Mark Warren, Staff Writer March 26, 2014
The Blue and Gold won their second straight game with a decisive win against Elmira College.
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