Women's Soccer Nears "Trifecta" With 2-0 Win

by Jeff McKinzie

After the Women’s Soccer game Saturday, September 15, Head Coach Liz Masterson revealed some of the ambitions she has for her team this season. Although she ultimately hopes to get into the NCAA, the soccer...



"Skip" a Hit at Oldtime Game

by Jeff McKinzie

Sean Patrick “Skip” Flanagan isn’t your typical college baseball player. Although the second year Psychology major dons a cap and has the build required, there is one thing about him that stands out — he’s...


Men's Soccer Gets Clutch Goal in Overtime

by Nicole Howley

Fifteen minutes before the game starts, the stands at RIT’s Tiger Stadium are sparse while the field is filled with bright orange uniforms and orange spiked shoes. With a clear blue sky and cool breeze in...


Old and New Unite at Alumni XC Race

by Jeff McKinzie

When you take part in a club or athletics team at any college or university, especially in one at RIT, you are putting yourself in a position to share moments with others that turn out to be some of the best...



Tigers on the Podium

by Josh Barber

Only a handful of athletes can count themselves among the top in the country. These few can compete for a chance to represent their home in the Olympic games. A pipe dream for many, a dream for some and a goal...


3 Stars

by Josh Barber, Brendan Cahill, William Hirsh

It might be difficult for the all the goalies who have watched fourth year Business Management student Tyler Russell send the ball into the back of the net to imagine, but out of high school the Tiger’s...



War Games

by Jonathan Foster

The RIT Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Tiger Battalion spent four days to the east of Ithaca, N. Y. for their spring Joint Field Training Exercise with Cornell University and other incorporated...



Home on the Range

by Rob Shook

On Sunday, April 22, the Rochester Area Collegiate Firearms Club (RACFC) held a practical rifle match at Rochester Brooks shooting range. Formerly known as the RIT Firearms Community, the club...



Men's Lacrossse Trumps Skidmore in Senior Game

by Kayla Emerson

It may be that the only ones who enjoyed the weather on Sunday, April 18 were the ducks who kept flying low over the lacrosse field. The rain and wind didn’t let up at all during the game, but neither did...

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