Tag: RIT Hockey



Campaign to Fund New Ice Arena Begins

by Robert Shook

Standing in the 42-year-old Frank Ritter Memorial Ice Arena, President William Destler introduced the drive to supersede it. The campaign, dubbed Power Play, intends to raise $15 million over two to three...



Tigers Take on UMass Lowell

by Justin Claire

1.3 seconds. That’s not a long time, especially within the confines of a hockey game. But sometimes, 1.3 seconds is all it takes to turn a glorious victory into a ground-out stalemate. That was, of...



Stu Hughes

by Justin Claire

“So, when you were 18, you came right to RIT, and you’ve just been here ever since?” “Been here ever since. And I never looked back.” Stu Hughes, the ice arena supervisor for RIT’s Frank Ritter Arena, is...


Jeff Siegel

by Michelle Spoto

I meet Jeff Siegel at the Frank Ritter Ice Arena, instantly recognizing him from a friendly picture on the RIT Athletics website. We walk together into his office and sit at a large table, with the too-bright...


Men's Hockey vs. Wilfrid Laurier

by Justin Claire

Anxiety — that may be the best word to sum up many fans' emotions before the game began. After the legendary 2009 to 2010 season that RIT Men's Hockey gave them, it was all too easy to imagine supporters'...

100th Anniversary


Journey of the Tiger

by Rachel Hart

It was second period and the game was tied. It could go either way, I fretted, my sweaty hands gripping the sticky bar table. Then, in what seemed like a matter of seconds, RIT scored three goals. Suddenly it...


RIT vs UConn

by Justin Claire

As the Atlantic Hockey Association's best ranking team this season, perhaps it's understandable that the RIT Tigers were a bit overconfident heading into the March 12-14 games against the University of...



Editor's Note: Detroit, Michigan

by Madeleine Villavicencio

At this moment, I am sitting in the back seat of a blue Dodge Durango as Tom Sciotto, Reporter’s Business Manager, is racing down a Canadian highway to get me to our general staff meeting on time. (They’re...


RIT Tigers Fans Heat Up the Frozen Four

by Laura Mandanas

RIT fans weren’t enjoying the atmosphere during the NCAA men’s hockey semifinals on April 8; they were the atmosphere. Held in Ford Field, this year’s Frozen Four championship games...

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