Many Ithaca College fall teams are traveling on the road including football, field hockey, women’s golf and men’s tennis.
The women’s soccer team fell to SUNY Cortland at Carp Wood Field by the score of 1–0 after a late goal by the Red Dragons.
The women’s soccer team falls to an overall record of 1–3 after losing to Misericordia University 2–0 and Farmingdale State University 2–1.
The Bombers teams look to get back on a winning streak after their opening rounds of play the weekend of Sept. 2–3.
After former head coach Mike Welch retired after 23 seasons, the football team will be lead by a new coaching staff for the 2017 season.
The softball team traveled to Purchase, New York, to take on Manhattanville College. The team defeated the Valiants in a doubleheader 5–4 and 1–0.
The Ithaca College baseball team traveled to Cortland, New York, to take on the Red Dragons. The team lost to SUNY Cortland by the score of 4–3.
The Ithaca College baseball team scored 13 runs in the top of the first inning to defeat nonconference opponent SUNY Oneonta 19–3.
The baseball team traveled to Oswego, New York to take on Oswego State. The Bombers lost the game 6–3, snapping their 10-game winning streak.
The women’s golf team concluded their season April 22–23 at the Ithaca College Invitational. The Bombers placed second in the tournament.
Both crew and track and field have their first meets of the spring season. Baseball, softball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, and men’s tennis are away.
SUNY Cortland defeats the IC men’s lacrosse team after scoring the winning goal with just over a minute left to play in overtime.