As fall break is approaching, the Ithaca College fall teams look to stay hot at home and on the road.
In its first ever meeting against the University of Rochester in program history, the football team defeated the Yellowjackets 46–6.
As the first weekend of October rolls around, Ithaca College’s fall teams are gearing up for Liberty League games on the road.
The Ithaca College club ice hockey team has a 1–2 record overall, but they are looking to stand out in its division as a team to watch out for.
Four members of the men’s tennis team competed in the ITA Northeast Regional Championship in Saratoga Springs, New York Sept. 30–Oct. 1.
The football team remains undefeated in Liberty League Conference play after defeating Hobart College 24–21 Sept. 30.
Five members of the women’s tennis team competed in the ITA Northeast Regional Championship in Saratoga Springs, New York.
The men’s tennis team competed in the St. Lawrence Invitational while the women’s team competed in the Mary Hosking Invitational.
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 baseball team shut out SUNY New Paltz April 22, while on April 23, the Bombers defeated the University of Rochester in walk-off fashion.
Many spring sports are on the road in the upcoming weekend. The softball team celebrates Senior Day at their game April 22 against Elmira College.
The Ithaca College baseball team traveled to the University of Rochester to hang on and win 6–4 against the Yellowjackets in a nonconference game.