Both the Ithaca College and the SUNY Cortland football teams are coming into the 59th annual Cortaca Jug game with a 6–3 record.
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 final game of the 2017 season, the field hockey team defeated SUNY Brockport Oct. 20 by the score of 6–2.
The Ithaca College club ice hockey team has a 1–2 record overall, but they are looking to stand out in its division as a team to watch out for.
The men’s and women’s rugby teams welcome students to their teams whether they have experience or not in rugby.
Many Ithaca College fall teams are traveling on the road including football, field hockey, women’s golf and men’s tennis.
Senior Adam Fron was pulled out of the Blue and Gold’s 31–0 loss to SUNY Brockport on Sep 9 and was replaced with freshman Wahid Nabi.
The football team traveled to Brockport, New York to take on SUNY Brockport. The Bombers fell 31–0 on the road to have an 0–2 start to the season.
The Bombers teams look to get back on a winning streak after their opening rounds of play the weekend of Sept. 2–3.
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.
The softball team has their first home doubleheader games of the season and golf opens up their spring season at Vassar College.
The baseball team traveled to Hoboken, New Jersey and went two-for-three on the weekend against Stevens Institute of Technology.