July 24, 2014
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Student-Athletes honored at 2009 Sports Banquet; track and field lone active sport

On Monday night, May 11, the Center for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation held its 2008-09 Student-Athlete Awards Banquet at the Clark Gym on Monday, May 11. Nearly 500 RIT student-athletes from its 24 varsity athletics teams attended the event. Below is a complete roster of award winners: SAAC Appreciation Award – Mike D’Arcangelo – Director more »

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Individual and team records falling for Spring sports teams

With the Spring sports season rapidly winding down, individual and team records are falling at nearly as great a pace as the temperature did from Monday to Tuesday afternoon. Nearly every team has had a noteworthy accomplishment, as the postseason begins for every squad this weekend. Women’s lacrosse enters the 2009 Empire 8 Tournament already more »

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Playoff preview this weekend at RIT for lacrosse and softball

This weekend both RIT lacrosse teams and the softball squad host games that could propel them into the postseason or the case of women’s lacrosse, garner a regular season title. On Saturday, the women’s lacrosse team hosts No. 12 Stevens at 12 p.m. on the Turf Field in what amounts to the Empire 8 regular more »

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Daniel Spivak’s whirlwind trip to the IIHF World Championships

Daniel Spivak, who recently completed a successful rookie season with the Division I RIT men’s hockey team, was selected to play for the Israeli National Team, as they competed in the Division II International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships from April 7 – April 13 in Novi Sad, Serbia. Although the Isreali National team finished more »

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Wacky winter weather wreaks havoc on Spring sports schedules

As I awoke yesterday morning, ate breakfast and left my house to head to RIT, I was delayed a bit longer than I wanted to be. Yes, I watched the weather reports on Monday evening and heard the snow pellets hitting my living room windows while pretending to watch the supremely boring North Carolina-Michigan State more »

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Women’s soccer enjoys successful trip overseas for Spring Break

This week, I hand the blog over to Head Coach Tom Natalie of the RIT women’s soccer team. Over Spring Break, he and his team went overseas to play a handful of games against some of the best women’s teams in France and Spain. In addition, the team found time to enjoy some of the more »

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