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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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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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