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Blue and Gold continue win streak

By | Mar 28, 2010

The softball team stretched its winning streak to five games in two wins against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute yesterday in a double header at Kostrinsky Field. The Bombers won the first game 10–2, ending the games in five innings after the mercy rule came into affect. The mercy rule also came into play in the second…

Tuned in & turned up

By | Mar 25, 2010

Ithaca College senior Nate Tao belts out a solo during Ithacappella’s performance at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella at Lincoln Center in New York in 2008. His parents watch him as he captivates the audience, but they don’t hear his melodious voice. “My parents haven’t directly influenced me in the way that when…

Freshmen contribute early spark for softball team

By | Mar 25, 2010

For freshman athletes, the first few games on the field can sometimes be filled with jitters and nervousness. But the rookies on the softball team, overcame these nerves to help the team to a 7–5 start during its spring break trip.

Tuned in & turned up

By | Mar 25, 2010

Ithaca College senior Nate Tao belts out a solo during Ithacappella’s performance at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella at Lincoln Center in New York in 2008. His parents watch him as he captivates the audience, but they don’t hear his melodious voice.

Business behind the game

By | Sep 10, 2009

Graduate student Isaac Hattem, who earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration at Ithaca College, said playing golf in a business setting is something he has always had in mind after seeing his best friend’s father make a deal on the golf course. “The best thing about golf is it takes you out of the…

Baseball wins fourth straight

By | Apr 25, 2009

The baseball team made another come back win yesterday as it topped SUNY-Oswego with a four-run eighth inning rally to win 5–2 on the road. Down 2¬–1, senior Dylan Perez tied the game on a sacrifice fly. After Oswego intentionally walked sophomore David Ahonen, junior T.J. Abone made them pay as he drove in two…

Baseball earns come from behind win over Rochester

By | Apr 23, 2009

After falling behind by two runs, the No. 12 baseball team scored seven runs in the eighth inning to earn a 15–9 victory over the University of Rochester today in Rochester, N.Y. Senior Kurt Bednarcyk started the late rally for the Bombers with a single down 9–7 in the eighth inning. He came then around…

Bombers blow out No. 16 Cortland

By | Apr 15, 2009

After falling to SUNY-Cortland 8–3 on April 1 in Cortland, N.Y., the baseball team redeemed itself by shutting out the No. 16 Red Dragons 8–0 today in front of its home crowd. “We just played the way we should’ve played at their place,” senior centerfield Matt Samela. “We got great pitching, we had timely hitting,…

Baseball sweeps Stevens

By | Apr 5, 2009

The baseball team bounced back from its first losing streak of the season by sweeping Stevens Institute of Technology in a double header today at Cornell University as they beat the Ducks 9–0 and 3–1. Senior Pete MacDaniel made the start for the Bombers in the first game, allowing only four hits through seven innings…

Bombers drop second straight to Cortland

By | Apr 3, 2009

For the first time this season the No. 24 baseball team lost consecutive games as they fell to No. 15 SUNY-Cortland 8–3 yesterday at Cortland. Cortland got ahead quickly, scoring one run in each of the first three innings. Senior second baseman Dylan Perez brought the Bombers to within one with a two-run home run…

Bombers split second double-header against RIT

By | Mar 29, 2009

After sweeping Rochester Institute of Technology in a double-header Friday, the baseball team split its second double-header against the Tigers yesterday on the road. The No. 24 Bombers took the first game 6–1 but fell 2–1 in the second, ending their eight-game win streak. Junior Tom Fishback threw a complete game in the Bombers’ victory,…

Blue and Gold beat New Paltz in home opener

By | Mar 25, 2009

The baseball team extended its win streak to five games as it took down SUNY-New Paltz 12–1 today at Freeman Field. After getting off to a slow start offensively, going hitless through the first two innings, junior shortstop Brian Grastorf led off the bottom of the third with a walk that led to a seven-run…