August 22, 2014
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AHA Championship weekend is here; Tigers attempt to make NCAA’s for first time in Division I

Hope everyone had a fun St. Patrick’s Day and enjoyed some corned beef and cabbage. This weekend, the RIT men’s hockey team will attempt to win its first Atlantic Hockey Championship in front of what will hopefully be a large and rowdy crowd at Blue Cross Arena. Show your school spirit and turn the Blue more »

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Women’s hockey surprisingly shutout of NCAA Tournament

Shock. Disbelief. Anger. Definitely some of the emotions going through the women’s hockey locker room on Monday afternoon after the NCAA Division III Tournament field was announced without the Tigers in the mix, despite being the top-ranked team in the East region during the previous three weeks. Middlebury, Elmira, Norwich, Gustavus Adolphus and Wisconsin-River Falls more »

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Championship month underway; Tigers look to close out most successful winter in program history

If anyone was in Ithaca or watched the men’s basketball Empire 8 Championship game against Nazareth on Sunday, they witnessed one of the more ridiculous finishes in recent memory. I was sitting on press row and was on pins and needles throughout the final five minutes of regulation and overtime. With RIT squandering a 14-point more »

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RIT and Air Force to battle for AHA regular season crown this weekend at Ritter Arena

The final weekend of the men’s hockey regular season is here, with the Tigers and Air Force essentially playing a two-game playoff for the Atlantic Hockey Regular Season Championship at a packed Ritter Arena on Friday and Saturday. Both teams are tied with identical 19-5-2 marks in AHA play, good for 40 points. The last more »

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Entering the winter sports homestretch

As we embark on week 10 of the quarter, the winter sports season is entering the homestretch, with men’s and women’s basketball, women’s hockey, wrestling and women’s swimming and diving ending their regular seasons by Sunday evening. The women’s swimming and diving squad heads to Nottingham High School in Syracuse on Thursday through Saturday to more »

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Women’s hockey vaults to highest national ranking in program history

The RIT women’s hockey team skyrocketed from No. 5 into a tie for No. 2 in the latest national poll with two-time defending national champion SUNY Plattsburgh, after what could have been one of the most successful weekends in the history of the program. After all, not only did the Tigers defeat national powers Amherst more »

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