Tag: Swimming

01.14.2011

 

The Tigers Outswim The Golden Eagles

by David Keith Gasser

With the first buzzer, the girls sprung off the wall and bolted across the pool to begin the 200-yard medley relay. Initially, the match on Jan. 6 looked grim, with the Brockport Golden Eagles gaining on RIT’s...

12.03.2010

 

Winter Sports Preview

by Jeff McKinzie, Michelle Spoto, Ali Coladonato

Men's Basketball Thirteen returning players. Four seniors. Five captains. Throw in a 10-1 tear to close the previous season, and you’ve got what should equal a pretty good chance at success for the upcoming...

02.19.2010

 

Caitlyn Burr

by Alex Rogala

Joining a sports team is an immense commitment, both in terms of time and energy. Yet, a select few manage to find the time to balance sports and academics effortlessly, while still having time left over to...

01.29.2010

 

Swim and Dive vs. SUNY Geneseo and New Paltz

by Emily Mohlmann

Stepping into the Gordon Field House on January 16, the air was thick and damp, much like stepping outside after the rain on a hot summer day. Incoherent shouts were coming from every direction. On that day,...

01.15.2010

 

The New Year Away From Home

by Sam McCord

As of this issue, there hasn’t been nearly enough home games to serve the entertainment needs of all you sports-hungry fans at RIT, and I know there are a lot of you. It must’ve been a rude awakening for...

12.04.2009

 

Winter Sports Preview

by Carolyn Dunne

Since mid-October, our winter sport athletes have been donning their practice gear to prepare for the upcoming season. This is what Tigers fans can look forward to this quarter. Winning their second...

01.16.2009

 

Stroking Towards the Future

by Jack Reickel

This new year, a group of RIT athletes got to miss the deep cold of Rochester by taking a training trip down to warm and sunny Florida. With bad weather and high prices abounding, the RIT men’s and women’s...

12.10.2008

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Video: Farewell to the Woodward

by Oscar Durand

John Buckholtz, the first RIT swim team coach, bids farewell to the Edith Woodward Memorial Pool now being demolished. You can also read about this.

03.14.2008

Winter Season Review

by Carolyn Dunne

Seeded #2 in the Atlantic Hockey Postseason Tournament, the RIT men’s hockey team is eligible for the NCAA postseason for the first time since their move into Division I competition. Ending the regular...



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