Ithaca College and Liberty League have suspended intercollegiate athletics for the Fall 2020 season due to COVID-19 safety concerns.
Ithaca College’s first fall sports practice will not be held Aug. 10 despite the NCAA Division III Administrative Committee’s decision on the matter.
High school student-athletes were unable to visit the college campus or meet current team members during the spring semester due to the coronavirus.
The Ithaca College football team will play in the Cortaca Jug game against SUNY Cortland on Nov. 16 in Metlife Stadium, the home turf of two NFL teams.
The Ithaca College athletic administration released the Optimum Performance Strategy webpage, a new database offering helpful resources for athletes.
The Ithaca College men’s soccer team honored Jase Barrack, a club soccer player who died suddenly in May, during their game against NYU on Aug. 30.