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Inside RIT’s New Hockey Arena

9 Jul

Photo by: A. Sue Weisler

Photo by: A. Sue Weisler

The Polisseni Center, RIT's new hockey arena, is a work in progress. Construction began last August and will be completed by early September. It will be the new home of the RIT men's and women's Division I hockey teams, who are vacating 46-year-old Ritter Arena for their new digs. More.

RIT Men’s Lacrosse Wins Liberty League Championship

8 May

Photo by Joshua Barber, RIT Sports Information

Photo by Joshua Barber, RIT Sports Information

For the third straight year, the RIT men’s lacrosse team sits atop the Liberty League Conference. The top-ranked Tigers defeated second-seeded Union College 13-11 in the title game May 4 at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers won their fifth conference title overall and third-straight Liberty League Championship, earning the automatic berth into the NCAA Division III Tournament. RIT, ranked No. 1 in the nation, will play the winner of Ithaca College and Montclair State in the second round of the 2014 NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship on May 10 at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers are 18-0 overall this season. For more men’s lacrosse coverage, go to ritathletics.com.

RIT/NTID Student Paves the Way for Deaf Athletes

6 May

Skip Flanagan, a third-year RIT/NTID student majoring in Psychology, was born deaf, but he has used that as an advantage in life and as a first baseman for the RIT Tigers. More.

RIT Women’s Hockey Wins College Hockey America Championship

11 Mar

RIT women's hockey wins the College Hockey America Championship in just its second season as a Division I program and finishes the season by winning its last seven games. RIT finished the season with a Division I program record 20 wins. More.

RIT Men’s Lacrosse Ranked First in Division III

1 Mar

The RIT men's lacrosse team is the No. 1 team in Division III in this week's United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Division III Coaches Poll. The Tigers are ranked No. 1 for the first time in the program's 47-year history. More.