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Fielding concerns

By | Mar 10, 2011

The brand new Higgins Stadium is a variable oasis for both the men’s and women’s lacrosse and club rugby teams, but problems are bigger than its convenience. Instead of showing their prowess with lacrosse sticks, the athletes wield snow shovels.

Bombers use week off to prepare for regionals

By | Nov 10, 2010

In any sport, a week off can give a team a number of positive outcomes. Sometimes it allows time for injuries to heal, while other times it allows more room for game planning and mental training. For many of the athletes, it can be a much-needed break from the rigors of the regular season.

Bombers compete for seven spots in first meet

By | Sep 9, 2010

This time every year heavy breathing and constant panting fill the outskirts of Ithaca College as athletes young and old navigate the wooded terrain.

Senior’s musical talent stands out at college

By | May 6, 2010

In one of the best music schools in the nation, it is not easy to stand out among hundreds of talented musicians. But with her expertise in both education and performing, senior soprano vocalist Elena Galvan has done just that.

Maintaining control

By | Apr 29, 2010

A lacrosse ball sits on the white chalk line in the middle of the field. Two netted pockets of lacrosse sticks sit just a few blades of grass away on either side, waiting for a whistle.

Squad back on track

By | Apr 15, 2010

As the Upper Terrace Field clock counted down to all zeroes, a sea of red cheered. It was the first time SUNY-Cortland had defeated the men’s lacrosse team in the regular season since 2007. The six-goal margin may seem like a blowout, but the matchup gave the Bombers confidence going into their next conference game.

Coast to coast

By | Apr 1, 2010

For most athletes on the men’s lacrosse team, home is anywhere from two blocks from campus to a neighboring state along the East Coast. This season, though, two Bombers can say their hometown is not anywhere near the eastern portion of the United States.

Staying in the hunt

By | Mar 26, 2010

Every season, spring break is an opportunity for the men’s lacrosse team to become a tightly knit squad and compete at a high level in California. This year, though, it was looking for more than team bonding; it also hoped to gain its first win of 2010.