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Football and women’s soccer prepare for national competition

By , | Nov 21, 2013

Football
For the football team, the focus now shifts from the Cortaca Jug to a bigger challenge — the NCAA tournament.

Ramping up security and excitement for Cortaca

By | Nov 14, 2013

The Cortaca Jug returns to Butterfield Stadium on Saturday.

Blue and Gold earn conference title and spot in NCAA tournament

By | Nov 14, 2013

The football team’s 23–24 victory over Salisbury University was the first Empire 8 championship for the Bomber’s since 2008.

Bomber Roundup Oct. 31–Nov. 5

By The Ithacan | Nov 7, 2013

A wrap-up of this week for the Blue and Gold squads.

Bomber Roundups Oct. 23–Oct. 29

By The Ithacan | Oct 31, 2013

A wrap-up of this week for the Blue and Gold squads.

The road to recovery

By | Oct 10, 2013

Five athletes with five different injuries share their stories.

Zeroing In: Previewing Bombers football vs. Alfred University

By | Oct 6, 2012

Football beat writer Christian Araos breaks down the top story lines on South Hill and around the Empire 8 Conference before the Bombers take on Alfred University on Saturday afternoon.

Football: Fast start against Utica keeps Bombers undefeated

By | Sep 30, 2012

The Ithaca College football team jumped out early against Utica College, using first-half touchdowns to roll to a 40-22 win Saturday at Butterfield Stadium.

Newcomers fill holes for Bombers defense

By | Sep 23, 2012

The Ithaca College football team’s defense hasn’t missed a beat this season after losing a handful of veteran leaders to graduation.

Bombers football looks to rebound from frustrating season

By | Aug 31, 2012

The football team is looking for a way back to the Empire 8 Conference playoffs after suffering its first losing record in four decades last season.

Junior linebacker to take charge on South Hill

By | Feb 15, 2012

When the football team announced next season’s captains at its banquet Feb. 4, junior linebacker Will Carter was in shock. He had been chosen to lead the Blue and Gold despite missing four games during the season.