RIT Hockey Dream Rink Finally Becoming a Reality

by Kayla Emerson

“I thought I was going to a groundbreaking, and a pep rally broke out here: this is awesome,” said RIT Men’s Hockey Head Coach Wayne Wilson at the podium. A small marquee tent in U-lot was filled with...



Women's Volleyball ROCKS it Three Sets in a Row

by Nicole Howley

Even when practicing before the game, you could tell that the Women’s Volleyball team was hyped and ready. Warm-up was fast paced but organized, with each member of the team knowing exactly where to go and...



Tigers Pull Off an Early Win

by Nicole Howley

A game cannot be won in 15 minutes; it takes a strong effort throughout to win. However, an early lead can definitely help. With clouds in the sky and strong winds coming from what felt like every direction,...



Engineers Take Down Tigers

by Danielle Delp

On September 29, the RIT Men’s Soccer team entered their ninth game of the season fairly confident — they had played very well this season, despite having suffered a defeat the day before. Little did they...


New Challenges for Women's Hockey

by Kayla Emerson

Eighteen seconds into the game, and the score was already 2-0. One RIT fan said what was on everyone’s mind: “Welcome to Division I.” The Mercyhurst Lakers would make sure the Tigers would not forget their...


Leading the Roars

by Jeff McKinzie

In sports, there are certain moments you witness that can be described as extremely tense. Take, for example, the end of a basketball game when the home team is trying to come back from behind to win the game,...


Muddy Tradition Breaks Record

by Danielle Delp

The morning of Saturday, September 22 was as cold and cloudy as any other. Instead of the usual early-morning weekend silence, however, people in matching T-shirts and varying shades of RIT colors were slowly...


Running Dirty

by Nicole Howley

If you were standing in the parking lot by Grace Watson Hall (GWH, 025) at 10:30 a.m. last Sunday, you would have seen a gathering of about 129 people covered in athletic wear and mud, greeting the last four...



Women's Volleyball Sweeps RIT Invitational

by Kayla Emerson, Jeff McKinzie

Three-set wins sometimes indicate easy victories. However, some shutouts are hard- fought, even nerve-wracking, as each match within the set is a close contest. This was the type of shutout that the RIT Tigers...

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