The women’s basketball team is utilizing its speed and size with ball switches on defense this season.
The men’s cross country team will rely on depth within its top seven in its effort to three-peat as Empire 8 Conference Champions.
The men’s crew hosted the University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology yesterday on Cayuga Inlet, winning five of its six races.
The women’s crew hosted the University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology yesterday on Cayuga Inlet, emerging victorious in three of four races.
For the third consecutive game, the softball team took a lead into the late innings. In all three games, the result has been the same as the Bombers surrendered their late leads twice and were swept in a doubleheader by host University of Rochester on Saturday.
The men’s tennis team was never able to get on track against the University of Rochester today, losing an 8-1 dual match to the YellowJackets. The loss puts the Bombers at 1—4 in dual matches this season.
Six goals from junior attack Tracy Rivas helped the women’s lacrosse team get its 2012 season off on the right foot, as the Bombers defeated the University of Rochester 16-7 Wednesday on the road.
The men’s swimming and diving team came out with a 190–110 road victory against the University of Rochester yesterday to improve its overall record to 14–1.
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 (7—1) overcame a 13-point halftime deficit to pull off a win against visiting Baruch College (4—3) by a score of 64-59 in Ben Light Gymnasium this afternoon.
The women’s basketball team (6–1) stood tough against fifth-ranked University of Rochester (8–0), but fell just short with a 68-59 loss yesterday in Ben Light Gymnasium.