RIT runners complete 1400 mile "Tiger Trail" relay to support Tigers4Tigers
RIT Tiger spirit was felt across the country this weekend as students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered in a variety of places to cheer on the men’s hockey team.
After eight days, nine states and 1,400 miles, 15 past and present members of the women’s cross country and track and field squads arrived home Sunday morning.
RIT took first place for the fifth year in a row at the annual Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition. The student team will head to the national competition in April.
No. 2 seed University of Nebraska Omaha (20-12-6) scored four third period goals to break a scoreless tie and end the season for RIT men's hockey...
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