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Wide World of Tiger Sports – May 8

How time flies. A few months ago, we were digging out of 18 inches of snow during a weekend snowstorm. Now several local colleges are graduating, and the Lilac Festival is mere hours away. The spring season is rapidly winding down, as just one RIT team could be active by Sunday evening. Men’s lacrosse (10-7) more »

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Wide World of Tiger Sports – April 29

Are we back to March with this sudden burst of cool weather? It is supposed to be 33 degrees tonight. At 2:30 on Saturday afternoon, it was 88. Interesting. At least we can see leaves on the trees now. Men’s lacrosse (10-7) will await a possible NCAA or ECAC postseason bid after falling to Ithaca more »

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Wide World of Tiger Sports – April 23

We went from no sun, no warm weather and no spring in sight to no rain, no sweatshirts, shorts, t-shirts and flip-flops in a span of what seems like 10 days. With that, a few short weeks (or games for some teams) remain in the 2007-08 RIT Athletics season. The men’s lacrosse program (9-6, 6-2 more »

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Wide World of Tiger Sports – April 16

Get out the golf clubs, start up the weed wacker, and fire up the grill. Spring looks to finally be here in Western New York, with the Tiger Spring Sports entering its home stretch. We have a new women’s basketball coach. Amy Reed, formerly of Gettysburg College is the choice. The men’s lacrosse program(7-6, 4-2 more »

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Wide World of Tiger Sports – April 10

After a week of sight-seeing and excessive walking (nearly 33,000 steps last Thursday alone, guess I am living well, had to pass on eating well) in our nation’s capital, I am back for another action-packed week of This Week in Tiger Sports. I must have brought some decent weather back, because it actually hit 70 more »

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This Week in Tiger Sports – March 26

Despite the men’s hockey season ending 10 days ago, accolades and announcements keep pouring in. Last Thursday, Simon Lambert was announced as one of the 10 finalists for the 2008 Hobey Baker Award, college hockey’s most prestigious award. He is the first RIT player and only Atlantic Hockey standout to be a finalist for the more »

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