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RIT/NTID: Moving forward in 2019

24 Dec

Take a look at the ways RIT/NTID continued to move forward in 2019. Watch now.


RIT women’s volleyball wins Liberty League title

5 Nov

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The No. 2 seed RIT volleyball team (28-4) won its first Liberty League Championship, defeating No. 4 seed Clarkson University (17-11) in four sets in the title match from Ben Light Gymnasium on the campus of Ithaca College on Nov. 3, 2018. More.

RIT/NTID student-athlete serves as brilliant leader of RIT women’s soccer team

21 Sep

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Captain. Leader. Communicator. All are attributes and qualities that describe junior forward Mia White (Littleton, Colorado/Rocky Mountain Deaf School) of the No. 15 RIT women’s soccer team. White has played an integral role for the Tigers, appearing in all 41 games since joining the team as a freshman in 2016. White, who is¬†deaf, is one of the most effective communicators¬†on the team. She goes the extra mile to make connections with her teammates, which has helped fuel RIT’s success. More.


Liberty League Honors

5 Sep

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RIT/NTID student-athlete Otto Kingstedt of the RIT men’s cross country team, was named Liberty League Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week. It is the third Liberty League cross country weekly honor of his collegiate career. Kingstedt, from Stockholm, Sweden, is a 2017 All-Liberty League first team selection and All-Atlantic Region star. More.

A tremendous season for RIT athletics

6 Jul

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With ample successes in the classroom and in the field of play, Rochester Institute of Technology’s Athletics program enjoyed unparalleled success during the 2017-18 season. From Liberty League Championships to NCAA berths, to All-American status, and Academic All-America plaudits, RIT’s 650 student-athletes have had plenty to celebrate this year, including RIT/NTID’s Otto Kingstedt, who won several individual honors. RIT/NTID alumna Michele Halleran also was inducted into RIT’s Athletic Hall of Fame. More.