Bye weeks? Not for football beat writer Christian Araos. Here are the top stories as the Bombers enjoy their weekend off.
Ithaca College’s new women’s cross country coach, Erin Dinan, is looking to create her own legacy as she takes over for program founder Bill ‘Wally’ Ware.
Facing their highest ranked opponent of the season thus far, the women’s lacrosse team fell to no. 3 SUNY-Cortland 17-6 Saturday in Cortland, N.Y.
For a quarter it seemed as if the upstart men’s lacrosse team would give the third-ranked SUNY-Cortland Red Dragons a run for their money. Then Cortland took control and ran the Bombers off the field in the visitors’ 9-3 win yesterday at Higgins Stadium.
The gymnastics team narrowly defeated the SUNY-Cortland Red Dragons 188.075-187.900 in Ben Light Gymnasium on Saturday, helping the Bombers conclude the season with a record of 9—4.
The women’s swimming and diving dual-meet consecutive win streak ended at 30 today, but its unbeaten streak is still in tact.
The women’s basketball team (5—0) came through with some late-game heroics to defeat rival SUNY-Cortland (4—1) 85-77 in overtime tonight in Ben Light Gymnasium.
Local rival SUNY-Cortland (3–1) downed the men’s basketball team (1–5) by a final score of 68-67 last night in Ben Light Gymnasium.
The women’s soccer team defeated two opponents on Carp Wood Field over the weekend to make its first trip to the Final Four since 1998.
The men’s swimming and diving team has added another strong group of freshman talent to this year’s squad that has already earned individual wins and contributed to the team’s winning streak.
Though the football team is out of the playoff race and the SUNY-Cortland Red Dragons need help from other teams to earn a postseason birth, Saturday’s game between the two teams will be a clash between rivals with a burning desire to win.