Only having one home meet, impacts school work and attending classes for the men’s and women’s track and field team.
The Ithaca College women’s lacrosse team traveled to Utica, New York to take on Utica College. They defeated Pioneers 17–6.
Graduate student attacker Ally Runyon broke the record for most goals scored all-time in Ithaca College women’s lacrosse history.
The women’s lacrosse team almost came back in the end to defeat No. 14 ranked William Smith, but lost a tough played game 10–8.
The women’s track and field team placed first while the men placed third in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Championships.
The Ithaca College gymnastics team fell 188.75–185.975 to SUNY Cortland March 4. Junior Kendra Balcerak placed first on the balance beam.
The Ithaca College gymnastics team lost to SUNY Cortland 191.000–188.800 in their last dual meet of the season.
Sophomore Rachel Lee is training again after taking last year off from school and gymnastics to receive treatment.
The Ithaca College gymnastics team hopes to remain injury-free this season despite last years turn of events.
Two to three times a week at a local soccer field, junior Nicholas Gualtieri and sophomore Kate Hutton coach youth soccer teams.
The volleyball team’s new head coach and sophomore transfer defensive specialist were both apart of Clarkson University last season.
The women’s volleyball team sets high standards with inclusion of new head volleyball coach Johan Dulfer.