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Baseball win streak gives team hopes of NCAAs

By | Apr 10, 2013

Riding a 14-game win streak, the baseball team is on the hunt for its second consecutive NCAA berth. As it enter the thick of Empire 8 play, the team currently sits atop the conference standings with a perfect 4–0 record. But to go beyond a league championship and make a run into the NCAA playoffs,…

Craft beer gains popularity among students

By | Apr 4, 2013

While artisanal beer is on the rise nationally, local microbrew fans find themselves in the midst of a craft beer renaissance.

IC hosts speech language hearing conference

By | Mar 27, 2013

The president of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association visited Ithaca College on Saturday where she addressed more than 100 students at the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association Conference.

Wrestling team hits its stride in crucial month of February

By | Jan 31, 2013

Wrestling team always finds its stride in February, readying for NCAA competition

Shootaround: Recapping Bombers basketball matchups vs. Clarkson and Wells

By | Nov 27, 2012

The men’s basketball team split its first two games before Thanksgiving and have two more this week. Beat writer Christian Araos looks back at the team’s first two games and forward toward this week’s matchups.

Questions raised about validity of Cortaca Jug game’s unofficial motto

By | Nov 15, 2012

The Ithaca vs. Cortland has electrified sports fans for more than 50 years. But the Cortaca Jug football game is not as “big” as it’s been made out to be.

Bombers look for path from Carp Wood Field to San Antonio

By | Nov 14, 2012

After a pair of opening round wins in the NCAA Tournament this past weekend, the women’s soccer team is looking forward to hosting the tournament’s regional games on Carp Wood Field.

The story behind the Bombers’ Cortaca Jug loss

By | Nov 14, 2012

Football beat writer examines the Ithaca Bombers 16-10 loss to SUNY-Cortland in Saturday’s Cortaca Jug football game through a narrative lens.

Between The Lines: There’s more than one game on Cortaca weekend

By | Nov 13, 2012

Columnist Nathan Bickell explores the experiences of Bombers athletes who compete on Cortaca weekend instead of cheer at the football game.

Four Downs: Recapping the Ithaca Bombers loss at Cortaca

By | Nov 11, 2012

Football beat writer Christian Araos recaps the Bombers’ final game of the season, a tough loss to SUNY-Cortland in the 2012 Cortaca Jug football game.

Zeroing In: Previewing the 54th annual Cortaca Jug game

By | Nov 9, 2012

Football beat writer Christian Araos breaks down the top four story lines going into Saturday’s 54th annual Cortaca Jug football game at SUNY-Cortland.

Bombers hold off Red Dragons to remain unbeaten

By | Sep 21, 2012

The undefeated Ithaca College women’s soccer needed just one goal to defeat SUNY-Cortland 1-0 Tuesday on a rain-soaked Carp Wood Field.