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RIT Men’s Hockey NCAA East Regional Tournament Information

22 Mar

RIT hockey players on the ice with american flag in the stands

The NCAA East Regional Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championships will take place this weekend, March 26 and 27, at the Times Union Center in Albany, New York. RIT will face top seed Quinnipiac at 4 p.m. eastern Saturday. 

A limited number of discounted alumni tickets are available. These tickets are located in an official RIT section (124) and feature access to our alumni pre-game reception at the Times Union Center 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. These discounted, single-game tickets for the game and reception on Saturday, are only $50 (regular single game tickets alone are currently $45 plus service fee). To register for the alumni pre-game reception, click HERE.  

RIT Weekend Pass Availability
There are a limited number of weekend pass tickets located in RIT section(s) available through the Gene Polisseni Center box office. These weekend pass tickets will be $80 for adults and $40 for RIT students and are available Tuesday, March 22nd and Wednesday March 23rd from 10am to 6pm as well as Thursday, March 24th from 10am to 4pm, pending all tickets being sold. You may purchase weekend pass tickets at the box office either in person or over the telephone at 585.475.4121. No single game tickets will be sold at the RIT box office, they are available through the venue only (Times Union Center). Tickets bought through the venue WILL NOT be in the RIT section(s). 

Cheer on the Tigers In Rochester!
The official RIT Alumni Viewing Parties for Rochester, NY, will take place at the Gene Polisseni Center and Jeremiah’s Tavern on Monroe Ave. For details, click HERE.

Gather with alumni around the world!
An updated list of Alumni Viewing Parties can be found HERE. If you are getting together with alumni in your area to watch the game(s), let us know where! We’ll post the information on the RIT Alumni website and our Facebook & Twitter feeds so more alumni can join you. Email us today and tell us where you’re watching the game(s).

Follow the action on Facebook & Twitter!
Become a fan of RIT Men’s Hockey on Facebook or Twitter and receive the latest updates on the team and news about this weekend’s festivities.

Broadcast Information
In the Rochester-area, ESPNU is digital cable channel 370. For those outside of Rochester, please check with your local cable or satellite provider for channel information.

Visit the RIT Athletics website to keep up to date. 

Go Tigers!

 

RIT women’s basketball heads to championships

26 Feb

RIT women's basketball defeats Union in Liberty League Semifinal for first playoff win.

The No. 2 seed RIT women’s basketball team (20-6) hosted and won its first ever postseason game on February 24, defeating No. 3 seed Union College (17-8) by a score of 68-64 in the Liberty League Semifinal. It is the first time RIT has reached 20 wins in program history. RIT will travel to top-seed Clarkson University on February 27 for the Liberty League Championship. The winner of the league title will receive an automatic berth into the 2016 NCAA Division III Tournament. More.

RIT men’s lacrosse ranked third in poll

30 Jan

RIT men's lacrosse ranked third in 2016 USILA pre-season coaches poll.

The RIT men’s lacrosse team is ranked third in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA)/Nike 2016 Pre-Season Coaches Poll. The Tigers advanced to the NCAA national semifinals in 2015 for the third straight season, but lost to Tufts, finishing with a 21-1 record. RIT won its fourth straight Liberty League Tournament title, sixth straight conference title, and made its 17th appearance in the NCAA Division III Tournament in 2015. More.

RIT points of pride

19 Jan

A world leader in education and access for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

Rochester Institute of Technology is emerging as one of the world’s most innovative, agile, diverse and forward-thinking universities. At RIT, we forge greatness by being different. We are a world leader in education and access for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. We have students who improve HIV medications in Africa, conduct remote sensing on volcanoes in Iceland, help select the Mars 2020 rover landing site, and win national cyber-defense competitions. And we have faculty who invent wearable technologies that protect soldiers, who work on the nation’s top advanced manufacturing initiatives, and are named U.S. Professor of the Year.

This is just a start. Check out the RIT Points of Pride website.

2015 Grad Skip Flanagan Signs Professional Contract

30 Jun

Former RIT baseball standout, 2015 graduate Skip Flanagan (Framingham, MA/Bishop Feehan), signed a professional contract on June 10 with the Old Orchard Beach Surge for their inaugural season in the newly formed North Country Baseball League (NCBL). more