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RIT baseball wins first Liberty League title

15 May

Baseball team members in uniform pose with Liberty League banner.

The RIT baseball team (33-7) won its first Liberty League Championship, defeating Clarkson University (18-18) 9-4 at Tiger Stadium on May 12. RIT earns an automatic berth into the 2017 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship, its first in the program’s 65-year history. More.

RIT women’s basketball wins Liberty League championship

27 Feb

Women's basketball team with big smiles wearing gray championship t-shirts holding up a number 1.

The RIT women’s basketball team won its first conference title in the 30-year history of the program with an 85-72 win over Clarkson University in the Liberty League Tournament championship. With the win, RIT secures an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III Tournament. More.

RIT men’s lacrosse team has high hopes for another successful season

17 Feb

Three male lacrosse players wearing white and black jerseys and holding lacrosse sticks are fist bumping each other.

Over the past seven seasons, the RIT men’s lacrosse team has posted a remarkable 127-17 record, won four Liberty League titles, made four trips to the NCAA Tournament, including three semifinals appearances and a championship game appearance in 2013. This year’s team looks to carry on in 2017 the winning tradition started by head coach Jake Coon. More.

RIT women’s track and field team wins first championship

13 Feb

Group shot of women's track team in black uniforms posing with number one handshape.

For the first time since joining in 2011, the RIT women’s track and field team won the Liberty League Indoor Track and Field Championships on February 11, 2017. The Tigers beat out Rensselaer with a team score of 206 points. More.

RIT president is guest coach for RIT women’s basketball

6 Feb

RIT President Bill Destler went from the board room to the bench to serve as a guest coach for the RIT women’s basketball team. It was a win for the Tigers 78-66 against Clarkson University.