After eight days, nine states and 1,400 miles, 15 past and present members of the women’s cross country and track and field squads arrived back home at RIT on March 29. The runners, including RIT/NTID student-athletes Julie Kerchner and Amanda Dole, spent their spring breaks on the relay dubbed the Tiger Trail to raise awareness and funds for the Tigers for Tigers Coalition. More.
RIT Tiger spirit was felt across the country March 28-29 as students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered in a variety of places to cheer on the men’s hockey team, which made history defeating No. 1 Minnesota State but fell to Omaha in the NCAA Midwest Regionals. More.
Encourage your student to share achievements through Merit. Merit lets students share their successes — such as making the Dean’s List, joining a club or fraternity, studying abroad, getting a job and even graduating — with their friends and family through their social media networks. Each RIT student has a Merit profile page. More
RIT's new $38 million state-of-the-art arena opened on September 18. More.
As the baseball season begins, the fields are prepped, uniforms readied and players practice everything from the bunt, to the slide, to the hand signals. Did you know that the hand signals used in baseball were created by a 19th century major league player who was deaf? William “Dummy” Hoy is the player credited with developing the well-known hand signals of “out”, “safe”, “Strike” and “Ball” still used in every ballpark in America today.
As the baseball season gets underway, our RIT Tiger Baseball team returns home from the RussMatt Invitational in Central Florida to play a pair of doubleheaders this weekend against Liberty League foe University of Rochester. Both doubleheaders will be played at the University of Rochester and are scheduled to take place on Saturday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at 12 p.m.