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Fightin’ chance of a rematch

By | Oct 21, 2010

For sports fans, mid-October means one thing — postseason baseball. With the potential for a rematch between the New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Phillies in the World Series, Ithaca has turned into the new central Jersey.

The fantasy life of Division III

By | Oct 6, 2010

Whether you’re playing for fun or for money, fantasy football is one of the greatest games out there for the former or even current athlete who’s looking to live vicariously through the success of others. I’m one of those people.

Dodging balls to show support

By | Sep 30, 2010

Any team can win on any given Sunday. It’s as true in football as it is in dodgeball.

Blue and Gold show true colors

By | Sep 22, 2010

At every level of sports — whether it’s Little League Baseball or the NFL — it’s important for teams to give back in order to develop ties to the community.

Loving the Boys at an early age

By | Sep 15, 2010

The start of football season is one of the greatest times of year. But, for me, it doesn’t come without its pitfalls.

The only man of good cheer

By | Sep 9, 2010

The only woman on an all-male team is a story that’s played out a handful of times in the past. It’s the opposite scenario that doesn’t often happen.

A Blue and Gold homecoming

By | Sep 2, 2010

Through all my years of athletics, whether I was playing travel softball or mildly competitive tackle football with my brothers, I always anticipated playing a varsity sport in college.

Jetting around training camp

By | Aug 26, 2010

Along the 22-plus-mile stretch from Ithaca to Cortland, N.Y., the only highlight I found worthy two years ago was the A&W. That was before the New York Jets took over Cortland.

Blue and Gold’s Empire 8 fate left up to coin toss

By | May 6, 2010

After clinching at least a tie for the Empire 8 regular season title with a sweep over Elmira College on Saturday, the softball team’s fate as the potential No. 1 seed in the conference tournament lay in the hands of St. John Fisher College.

Softball: Bombers win four in big weekend

By | May 2, 2010

In four games this weekend, the softball team went a perfect 4–0 in its two doubleheaders against Elmira College and SUNY-Buffalo yesterday and today. With the wins against Elmira, the Bombers secured at least a tie for the regular-season Empire 8 title.

Squad takes it to ‘the extra degree’

By | Apr 29, 2010

“A team above all, above all a team,” is the softball team’s motto this season. Even though it was misprinted on the back of the Bombers’ T-shirts that say “212 degrees” on the front, the concept remains the same.

Bombers fall short against Big Red

By | Apr 28, 2010

The softball team fell to Division I Cornell University in a doubleheader today at Kostrinsky Field. The Blue and Gold dropped the first game 13–1 and the second 6–2.