There are some major RIT athletes looking to do big things this year across all athletic teams. Here are a few athletes and how they got here today: Rebecca Schwan What do you think of when you hear the word running? Gym class, being forced to run the mile, being chased through the halls at school, pain, shin splints?
The 22nd annual Mud Tug event took place at the Grace Watson field on the RIT campus on Saturday, September 16th. Organized by Zeta Tau Alpha and Phi Kappa Psi, the muddy tug-of-war competition raised money for the Hillside Family of Agencies.
Didn't manage to achieve your dream summer body? Fun running events can help you out this fall!
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The 2016–2017 season for the women's swim team was one of the most memorable to date. The women threw their hearts and souls into a season that not only broke records but established a stronger foundation for the program.
In the first week of April, the men's and women's track and field team officially kicked off their spring outdoor season.
After an astounding season, first year defenseman Adam Brubacher has been selected as the Atlantic Hockey Conference Rookie of the Year.
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After their astounding 2016 season came to a disappointing end, RIT men's lacrosse is back and ready to prove themselves more than ever.
After an unprecedented 2016 season, RIT softball is very excited about the possibility of an even better year.
Last year, Reporter sat down with RIT's cheerleading team to try and bring more attention to the program. This year, the team is doing even bigger things and preparing for Nationals.
From the outside looking in, sports might seem like just something fun to do. Yet for many athletes, they mean much more.
After some key changes in the program, the wrestling team has high expectations for what the rest of the 2016-17 season could have in store.
Last year wasn't just a record-breaking year for athletic achievement, but for our athletes' dedication to their academics as well.
RIT has several incredible Deaf and hard-of-hearing athletes on our varsity teams. Find out more about their experiences and the RIT/NTID Athletic Development Program.
Last season was the women's basketball team most successful one yet. Find out how they plan to reach new heights this year.
As his collegiate athletic career draws to a close, cross-country captain and track star Jon Pelzar takes a moment to reflect on his time running for RIT.
The idea of athletes like Colin Kaepernick and Megan Rapinoe taking stances on larger social issues, or using the platform of sports to bring attention to them, is not new.
Learn more about Tiger Den, an RIT organization focused on raising support for our hardworking student athletes.
First year forward Sami Alur's collegiate soccer career is already off to a terrific start. Learn how she hopes to support her team to victory.
In 2013, Reporter sat down with rising volleyball star Sarah Szybist. Now, with over 2000 kills in the record book, she has officially made RIT history.
When it comes to athletics, RIT has a lot more to offer than just varsity sports. Members of the Ultimate Frisbee and Racquetball clubs discuss what it is like to be part of these unique teams.