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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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Reflections of a sports info vet

It’s been 15 years since I broke into the profession of sports information. The profession has moved from the typewriter to the PC; from the fax machine to websites; from doing stats by hand to computer programs that give results instantly.

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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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