Wahid Nabi has been the starting quarterback for the Bomber football team since the 24–21 win over St. Lawrence University on Sept. 16.
In its first year in the Liberty League Championship, the women’s cross-country team placed first while the men’s team placed fourth.
As the first weekend of October rolls around, Ithaca College’s fall teams are gearing up for Liberty League games on the road.
The women’s soccer team traveled to Canton, New York, to take on St. Lawrence University. The team lost 2–1 Sept. 30.
The men’s soccer team fell to St. Lawrence University 3–1 at Carp Wood Field. This is the team’s second loss in the Liberty League conference.
The field hockey team took down Liberty League Conference opponent St. Lawrence 2–1 after coming up big in the second half.
Many of Ithaca College’s fall teams are opening up the month of October in Ithaca for their respective games against Liberty League opponents.
After its loss to Union College Sept. 23, the field hockey team bounced back with a shut out win over Elmira College winning by the score of 5–0.
Sophomore goalie Max Lichtenstein of the men’s soccer team transferred from a Division I program to play soccer at Ithaca College.
The men’s soccer team fell to their first Liberty League Conference opponent Clarkson University by the score of 2–1 Sept. 23.
The football team picked up their first win of the season Sept. 16 against St. Lawrence University. This is their first win in the new conference.
Many Ithaca College fall teams are traveling on the road including football, field hockey, women’s golf and men’s tennis.