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Can the Tigers get over the hump?

Here it is, the ultimate weekend of the year for the RIT men’s hockey team. Blue Cross Arena will once again be the site for the 2010 Atlantic Hockey Association Final Four. This season, the top-seeded Tigers play No. 5 Canisius at 4:05 p.m. Friday in one AHA semifinal. No. 2 Sacred Heart play No. more »

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Postseason hockey is back; Tigers to make push for AHA Championship

It’s that time of season again, with the men’s hockey team making its annual postseason dash in search of its first Atlantic Hockey Association postseason title and a spot in the 2010 NCAA Tournament. RIT, the top seed in the 2010 AHA Tournament, will host No. 9 Connecticut in the best-of-three quarterfinals starting on Friday more »

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Help support ‘Make the Rink Pink’

As most of you already know, Ritter Arena will turn into a sea of pink for Saturday’s women’s and men’s hockey games. The women play Utica at 2 p.m., while the men host Bentley at 7:05 p.m. It is the focal point of a busy home weekend of RIT athletics that begins with men’s hockey more »

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The orange hair challenge is to ‘dye’ for

It’s time again for Dr. Destler’s Orange Hair Challenge! This year’s challenge will take place this Friday when the men’s and women’s basketball teams host Hartwick College in a pair key Empire match-ups. For those of you that don’t know, the Orange Hair Challenge was begun by Dr. Destler, who is a HUGE basketball fan, more »

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New Years in the land of 10,000 lakes

Last weekend, I traveled with the RIT men’s hockey team for their two-game series at Minnesota State University in lovely Mankato, Minn. I had a feeling that this would be an interesting weekend a few days before when I checked the weather report and saw that the temperature would be hovering around 0 with lows more »

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Games at ‘The Ritter’: Almost like a ‘Party in the U.S.A.’

I wholeheartedly agree with Joe’s recent post, Is college hockey becoming more exciting than the NHL? From the fan perspective, Tigers games at “The Ritter” are something special: • Every seat is on top of the action. (If it’s ever decided to expand Ritter, or to build a new arena—either might be justified—I hope that more »

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