Tag: Sports

09.23.2011

 

Women's Soccer Falls to Cross-Town Rochester

by Evan Williams

The University of Virginia and Virginia Tech, Georgia and Georgia Tech, Texas and Texas Tech; the list goes on and on. There’s just something about the rivalry between Universities and Tech schools that share...

09.09.2011

 

Fall Sports Preview

by Jeff McKinzie

It’s the start of a new school year and that means the start of a new athletic season. This year, RIT sports should be nothing short of stellar as 21 of RIT’s 24 athletic teams make the switch from the Empire...

12.03.2010

 

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...

09.24.2010

 

Spike And Score

by Justin Claire

From Friday afternoon to Saturday evening, eight teams volleyed, spiked and scored their way through set and match at the RIT Women’s Volleyball Invitational. The Tigers, led by fifth year chemical engineering...

09.17.2010

 

Ripping the Trails

by Madeleine Villavicencio

Over 100 riders gathered at Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid, N.Y. on September 11 for a two-day event. The Eastern College Cycling Conference kicked off its season with the Whiteface White-Knuckle MTB Season...

09.10.2010

 

¡Viva Fútbol!

by Madeleine Villavicencio

Rowdy crowds. Flags waving. Painted faces. And long journeys across the globe. All in support of your team. Soccer isn’t a sport; it’s a religion. Just ask the RIT Men’s Soccer team, who...

05.07.2010

 

Three Stars: Geoff Dornes

by Dan Lovria

Geoff Dornes, a fourth year Packaging Science major, picked up a bat and ball during the third grade and hasn’t looked back since. The Lancaster, Pa. native has a natural gift of excellent hand-eye...

 
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Three Stars: Jamie Morey

by Tom Sciotto

Fourth year Biotechnology major Jamie Morey is more likely to bring up her excitement about her recent engagement than the fact that she can hurl a solid hunk of metal over 40 feet. She’ll talk about how she...

 
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Three Stars: Eileen Hennigan

by Alex Rogala

In recent years, the RIT Women’s Lacrosse Team has been growing and evolving into a full-fledged winning machine. Last year, the team even made it to the Empire 8 Finals — a first in RIT history. Although...

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