The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


Junior guard Logan Wendell became the 30th player in the Ithaca College mens basketball program history to reach 1,000 career points in a game against Clarkson University on Feb. 10. He is just the 12th Bombers player to achieve this in under 75 games.

Q&A: Junior guard reflects on leadership and basketball journey after reaching 1,000 career points

By Flynn Hynes, Assistant Sports Editor February 20, 2024
This was a historic season for junior guard Logan Wendell, who scored his 1,000th career point in a matchup against the Clarkson University Golden Knights on Feb. 10 to become the 30th player in program history to accomplish this feat. 
Freshman rower Dania Bogdanovic is one of two freshman on womens varsity crew, and competed as a member of the teams second Varsity 8 boat March 30 at Cayuga Inlet.

Born to Row: Freshman rower makes impact for women’s crew

By Anna Harris, Staff Writer April 3, 2019
Freshman Dania Bogdanovic has been around the sport of rowing since she was young, and now is a star for the women's crew team at Ithaca College.
The men’s soccer team kicked off their season Sept. 1 and 2 at the Cadet Kickoff Classic at Norwich University in  Northfield, Vermont. The Bombers won the games 2–1 and 5–0. Head coach Kyle Dezotell started the tournament in 2012.

Head coach outlines culture change to the team

By Cal Dymowski, Staff Writer September 13, 2017
The men's head soccer coach Kyle Dezotell has implemented a winning culture into the South Hill squad and the team has had their best record since 2012.
Senior Sara Garvey races in the 60-meter dash in the Greg Page Relays on Dec. 3 in Glazer Arena. She placed 33rd in the event.

Senior runner returns to track after battling cancer

By Vinica Weiss, Senior Writer December 7, 2016
Ithaca College senior Sara Garvey was cleared to compete in January and is back on the track training full time.
Ithaca College sculling rows in Green Mountain Head Regatta

Ithaca College sculling rows in Green Mountain Head Regatta

By Danielle Allentuck, Sports Editor October 2, 2016
The Ithaca College sculling team competed in its second regatta of the season Oct. 2 at the Green Mountain Head Regatta.
Junior Kyra Denish competes at the Empire 8 Championships Oct. 2 at the Country Club of Ithaca. She tied for sixth place with first-year graduate student Mary Rooker.

Ithaca College golf wins seventh consecutive Empire 8 title

By Caitie Ihrig, Staff Writer October 2, 2016
The women’s golf team won its final Empire 8 Championship, which was held at the Country Club of Ithaca, by 94 strokes Oct. 2.
Juniors Savannah Brija and Karina Feitner compete in the open 2 Sept. 25 on the Cayuga Inlet. They placed first with a combined time of 16:14.7.

IC sculling team opens season at Cayuga Sculling Sprints

By Danielle Allentuck, Sports Editor September 26, 2016
The Ithaca College sculling team competed at the Cayuga Sculling Sprints Sept. 25 on the Cayuga Inlet.

Women’s golf team finishes in fourth at latest Invitational

By Connor Weingarten, Contributing Writer September 28, 2015
The women's golf team placed fourth out of eight teams at the Martin/Wallace Women’s Golf Invitational on Sept. 26 and Sept. 27 at the Cortland Country Club.

Former student-athlete hired as Associate Athletic Director

By Kristen Gowdy, Sports Editor April 27, 2015
Will Rothermel was recently hired as the new Associate Athletic Director for the college.
From left, Matthew Kurz ’14, Erik Frid ’14 and Andrew Vorhees ’14 compete as part of the men’s crew team’s Varsity 8 against Rochester Institute of Technology April 5 at the Cayuga Inlet. This summer, Frid competed in the U-23 Double Sculls World Championships.

Recent Ithaca College graduate competes in international rowing event

By Steve Derderian, Senior Writer September 9, 2014
This summer, former Bomber rower Erik Frid '14 competed in the Under-23 Double Sculls World Championships in Italy.

Where is the best pizza? (The ultimate culture-crossing cuisine)

By Lucy Walker September 29, 2011
Who decided to follow the baby calf's actions and first milk a cow? What was going through the mind of the world's initial sailor as he jumped onto his barge and hoped it would float? Or, my personal favorite, how did that one great caveman or woman decide there might be some point in rubbing…
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