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This Week in Tiger Sports – March 20

Unfortunately, the men’s hockey game against Air Force at the Blue Cross Arena did not go the way we all wanted it to. In the end, a great crowd (although 3,933 seemed about 700 low) cheered on the Tigers, but Air Force was the better team. The Falcons proved it the next night as well, more »

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This Week in Tiger Sports – March 12

We have arrived. This weekend, the Tigers can advance to the NCAA Division I Tournament if they win twice at the Atlantic Hockey Final Five at Blue Cross Arena This weekend. When the Tigers defeated Cornell at the BCA on October 27, there were 5,124 fans in attendance. Hopefully, we can exceed that total and more »

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Wide World of Tiger Sports – March 5

It would not be an RIT spring break if we didn’t get pounded with some kind of winter storm. Of course, action in the athletics world is at its peak, with postseason for winter sports in full swing and the spring sports officially underway. The men’s hockey team (17-11-6, 15-8-5 Atlantic Hockey Association) will play more »

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Wide World of Tiger Sports – February 26

Even though a snowstorm is in the forecast and the mercury will be well below freezing, the first home spring event is schedule for Saturday, as men’s lacrosse hosts the Gordon Fighting Scots. Get out the hot chocolate and hand warmers, and maybe, just maybe, we will enjoy a winter wonderland on the turf field, more »

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Wide World of Tiger Sports – February 19

It is officially crossover season at RIT, with the winter sports hitting its crescendo and spring sports on the verge of starting their regular seasons. It is an exciting, but incredibly busy time in athletics, to say the least. Last weekend featured some top-notch individual and team performances. The men’s hockey team (14-11-5, 12-8-4 Atlantic more »

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Wide World of Tiger Sports – February 12

If you were in attendance at the RIT men’s hockey game against Canisius on Saturday evening, something happened that has not occured at the Ritter in years. People who were there saw the melee and many were shocked. It’s not every day you see an opposing player come out of the penalty box to join more »

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