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Hockey Dedication!

(April 02 2010) Written by: Chad Rossi in Athletics

So hockey tickets went on sale for the big game against Wisconsin in Denver yesterday, the 1st, at seven in the morning. I...
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Detroit Here We Come!

(March 28 2010) Written by: Emily Okey in Athletics, Student Life

"RIT? How about RIP, for the remains from the carnage that has been created in the first two days of the 2010...
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Men's Hockey 1st Division I NCAA Appearance

(March 25 2010) Written by: Matt Garver in Athletics

The RIT Men's Hockey Team is NCAA bound for the first time at the Division I level.  The Tigers won the AHA Championship...
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RIT Hockey Wins AHA Championships!

(March 20 2010) Written by: Emily Okey in Athletics

The RIT men's hockey team took on Sacred Heart for the Atlantic Hockey Championship game! This was a huge game because they...
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It's Spring!... For Now

(March 13 2010) Written by: Emily Okey in Athletics, Rochester & Monroe County, Student Life

I went to type in a title for this post and realized it sounded oddly familiar so I went back and reread...
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The Story of SPIRIT

(February 17 2010) Written by: Josh Kramer in Athletics

If any of you have been on a tour, I'm sure you have heard from your tour guide the following story about...
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Hockey Update/Top 25

(February 02 2010) Written by: Matt Garver in Athletics

The RIT Men's Hockey Team is positioned extremely well to win the Atlantic Hockey Association regular season title.  They are currently alone...
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I.Bleed.Pink

(February 01 2010) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Athletics, Clubs, Life After RIT, Student Life, Women at RIT

This past weekend was Zeta Tau Alpha and the RIT Hockey MAKETHE RINK PINK event, and words cannot even describe the pink...
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Men's Hockey Update-Top 25 Rankings

(January 22 2010) Written by: Matt Garver in Athletics

The Men's Hockey team has gone 3-1 in conference play since my last blog.  Unfortunately the loss came to UCONN who had...