Lou Spiotti, executive director for Intercollegiate Athletics at RIT, speaks at the news conference announcing the womenâ€™s hockey teamâ€™s plans to join NCAA Division I.
RIT is applying to move its nationally recognized Division III womenâ€™s hockey program to Division I. They would join the RIT menâ€™s hockey team as the only Division I hockey program in Rochester. More.
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