The Ithaca College football team secured their first post season win since the 2013 season on Nov. 18.
The Ithaca College Bombers defeated SUNY Cortland 48–20 in the 59th Cortaca Jug game, snapping the Red Dragons seven year winning streak.
Both the Ithaca College and the SUNY Cortland football teams are coming into the 59th annual Cortaca Jug game with a 6–3 record.
The football team defeated Union College 20–3 Nov. 4 at Butterfield Stadium. With the win, the Bombers move up in the Liberty League standings.
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.
After coming off its previous loss to RPI on the road Oct. 14 27–14, the football team defeated St. John Fisher College Oct. 21 35–10 at home.
As fall break is approaching, the Ithaca College fall teams look to stay hot at home and on the road.
Brody Trahan and his father, Warren “Bull” Trahan, are now coaching together for the Ithaca College football team.
As the first weekend of October rolls around, Ithaca College’s fall teams are gearing up for Liberty League games on the road.
Senior defensive end Ryan Moody and fullback Brad Helmkamp have made the change to defensive linemen this season.
The football team remains undefeated in Liberty League Conference play after defeating Hobart College 24–21 Sept. 30.