The Ithaca College football team fell to No. 5 The College at Brockport 13–7 at Butterfield Stadium Sept. 8.
The Ithaca College Football team defeated Saint Vincent College 38–14 to start the season 1–0. The Bombers were led by strong defensive play.
The Ithaca College football team is looking to maintain its success from 2017 headed into the new season.
The Ithaca College Bombers defeated SUNY Cortland 48–20 in the 59th Cortaca Jug game, snapping the Red Dragons seven year winning streak.
Wahid Nabi has been the starting quarterback for the Bomber football team since the 24–21 win over St. Lawrence University on Sept. 16.
The football team shutout Utica College 14–0 on the road Oct. 28. This was the Bombers third shutout in two seasons.
Sophomore wide receiver Will Gladney has been on top of his game all season for the Bombers football team.
In its first ever meeting against the University of Rochester in program history, the football team defeated the Yellowjackets 46–6.
In light of increased NFL protests a member of the football team decided to have his own protest during the Sept. 30 football game.
The football team remains undefeated in Liberty League Conference play after defeating Hobart College 24–21 Sept. 30.
The football team picked up their first win of the season Sept. 16 against St. Lawrence University. This is their first win in the new conference.
The football team traveled to Brockport, New York to take on SUNY Brockport. The Bombers fell 31–0 on the road to have an 0–2 start to the season.