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Fall sports season to wrapup this weekend; streaking men’s hockey team looks to keep winning

The RIT men’s cross country team and women’s standout runner Jouhan Allende will compete at the 2009 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships at Highland Hills Golf Course in Highland Hills, Ohio, on Saturday. The men qualified as a team in 2006 and finished 19th. Hopefully, the men can fare better this time around and more »

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Tiger student-athletes excelling on and off the field of play

On Monday, junior midfielder Bret Dietz of the men’s soccer team earned 2009 Co-SIDA/ESPN The Magazine All-Academic District 1 first team honors for his strong work in the classroom and on the pitch for the second straight season. He is now eligible for Academic All-American honors, which will be awarded later in the month. Last more »

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Streaking Tigers look to continue successful runs

Stop the presses. The RIT men’s hockey team is 0-3 and headed for a tough season, right? Not at all, and I will get to that in a few paragraphs. The big stories this week, are the impressive runs put forth by the men’s and women’s soccer squads, along with the men’s cross country team. more »

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7,421 fans to a Tiger hockey game? How far we have come in such a short time

Large view of crowd at Blue Cross Arena, 10-10-2009

Wow! That’s really all that needs to be said about the crowd of 7,421 fans who showed up to see the Tiger men’s hockey team battle Colgate at Blue Cross Arena on Saturday during Brick City Homecoming and Family Weekend. Many people will tell you, including myself, that the number was low—it was closer to more »

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Brick City Homecoming and Family Weekend at Blue Cross Arena; the tradition begins

The first full week of October has given us several annual rites of passage in the sports world: New York Mets fans wondering how seemingly safe division leads were lost, Buffalo Bills followers pondering who their next head coach will be, and when a playoff berth will finally be reached, ESPN giving a weekend’s worth more »

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Where did summer go? How is hockey less than two weeks away?

Today is the first full day of fall, as summer officially bid adieu at 5:18 p.m. on Tuesday, September 22. Judging by last night, today, and really the whole month of September, I would have thought summer just arrived. I looked at my daily calendar this morning, thumbing the days until my next birthday, when more »

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