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Women’s soccer: Bombers win season finale behind record breaking performance

By | Nov 1, 2010

Sophomore forward Rachael Palladino made her way into the record books and the women’s soccer team closed out the regular season with a 3–0 win over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Saturday. Palladino entered the game with 18 goals this season, just one away from the all-time record for goals in a season set by Chelsey Feldman…

Women’s soccer: Women’s soccer clinches second seed in Empire 8 tournament

By | Oct 25, 2010

The women’s soccer team played Nazareth College to a 0–0 overtime tie on Saturday. The tie gives the Bombers the second overall seed in this year’s Empire 8 conference tournament, which will be hosted by Nazareth on Saturday Nov. 6th and Sunday Nov. 7th. The Blue and Gold came out looking to score early, but…

Squad’s defense leads way while battling injuries

By | Oct 21, 2010

Despite injuries to several starters this season, the women’s soccer team’s defense is leading a squad that has allowed the fewest number of goals in the league.

Women’s soccer: Bombers improve conference record with win

By | Oct 11, 2010

Four players netted goals for the women’s soccer team Saturday as the team won 5-0 at Alfred University to improve its record to 4-0 in conference and 8-2 overall. Leading the Bombers in scoring for the second straight game was sophomore forward Rachael Palladino. Palladino followed up a two-goal performance at Misericordia University on Wednesday…

Women’s soccer: Bombers rally for 2-1 win

By | Oct 7, 2010

The women’s soccer team rallied Wednesday, behind two goals from sophomore forward Rachael Palladino, for a 2-1 win against Misericordia University. The Blue and Gold fell behind 1-0 in the 28th minute when sophomore forward Sam Helmstetter took a pass from sophomore midfielder Laura Roney and ripped the shot inside the right post. Just eight…

Bombers’ offense fuels early success

By | Sep 30, 2010

The women’s soccer team has had no trouble finding the back of the net this season. Last year, the Blue and Gold managed to score 34 goals through its first seven games. This season, the Bomber’s scoring hasn’t been quite as high, but the team still leads the Empire 8 conference in goals scored with…

Sophomore forward sets the tempo on offense

By | Sep 22, 2010

Sophomore forward Rachael Palladino has been a key player since her first game for the women’s soccer team as a freshman. Now in her second year, Palladino brings experience and composure to the field as the team’s top returning goal scorer.

Friendly competition

By | Sep 16, 2010

Thirty-four players lined the women’s soccer team’s side of the field Saturday for the Bombers’ game against visiting SUNY–Plattsburgh. With more players than any other team in the Empire 8 conference and any team on their schedule this season, the Blue and Gold aren’t only competing against other squads, but against each other.

Filling the void

By | Sep 2, 2010

Chants of “Let’s go machine” echoed the sidelines at Butterfield Stadium Saturday as the football team held a Blue and White scrimmage. One week before their first regular season home game against St. Lawrence University, the Bombers still needed to name a starting quarterback.

Special teams return impact players

By | Aug 26, 2010

The special teams unit played a key role in the football team’s success down the stretch during the 2009 season. As the Blue and Gold prepare to kick off the 2010 season, the team will look to its special teams to help control the flow of the game.

Basketball teams give back in 3-on-3 fundraiser

By | Apr 15, 2010

Junior Chris Cruz-Rivas drove left, spun right and put up a flat-footed jump shot over a defender Saturday afternoon at Newman Arena at Cornell University. But the 6-foot-3-inch guard towered over his unfamiliar opponent — seventh grader Aaron Malcolm, a member of Ithaca Youth Bureau’s College Discovery Program.