Tag: Hockey


Brick City Preview

by Ali Coladonato

Create your own website or blog with Wordpress FRI. 14 7:00pm - 8:30pm. Free Wallace Center (WAL), VIA Lab (2nd Floor) Come learn how to create a fully functioning website or blog using Wordpress.org...



Back to Business: Tigers Kick Off Hockey Season

by Evan Williams

There’s a difference between a sport and a sports culture. A sport is something you watch or play, enjoy for the time it’s happening, and then move on to whatever other business you have for the day. But a...


Hockey Players Go Pro

by Emily Mohlmann

Two players from the men’s hockey team are moving on to bigger and better things. Andrew Favot, a fourth year Marketing major, signed a contract last month with the Elmira Jackals of the East Coast Hockey...



RIT Comes Close to Victory in the AHA Finals

by Brendan Cahill

When a RIT player takes a tumble into the goal three minutes into the game, you get a good idea of what kind of game you’re watching. When RIT scores 30 seconds later, you know what kind of game you’re...


More Than Just Another Game

by Chris Zubak-Skees

Mary-Beth Cooper, senior vice president for Student Affairs, doesn’t know if you know this, but when you win the NCAA Championship, you get wristwatches. Come Saturday night’s Championship Final, she told the...

Editor's Note: Season Enders

by Madeleine Villavicencio

With RIT’s fan base ripped between two arenas, last Saturday ended a dream season for both the women’s and men’s hockey teams. (See “More Than Just Another Game: Women’s Hockey Takes Second Place in NCAA...



3 Stars: Katie Stack

by Alex Rogala

Katie Stack’s fascination with sports started when she began playing hockey at the age of three. By high school, she was playing both soccer and boys’ lacrosse, becoming the first female player to make her...



An Unfortunate End: RIT Ties after Holding Lead

by Jeff McKinzie

If there was one word to describe a home game tie for RIT, it would be bittersweet. And that’s exactly what the men’s hockey team got on Jan. 29 — a 3-3 tie against Mercyhurst. When the final buzzer sounded in...



Everyone's a Winner

by Jeff McKinzie

With my feet sore from standing in the packed arena, I was not in a blissful mood. My mind bounced all over the place, and my thoughts were anything but positive. Then came the Tigers’ game-tying goal, and I...

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