RIT's athletes have a lot to do with saving actual tigers
The RIT swimming and diving program is off to a fantastic start this season, with two of the strongest teams in our school's history
Reporter spent time with Natalie Hurd, an RIT women's soccer player. She told us all about the ups and downs she has gone through, as well as her life as an RIT student.
Is there still a stigma against LGBTQIA+ athletes here at RIT?
A look at RIT's long-time men's basketball head coach, Bob McVean.
Already well known for his antics on and off the RIT campus, president Destler's new orange hairdo is another gag in a long history of eccentricity.
He captured the hearts of the RIT community, broke records and made history. We welcomed home RIT alum Matt Garbowsky as he played hockey with his new family, the Rochester Americans, against the Binghamton Senators.
Meet Karen Blanco, Pablo Ororica and Jarryd Lee, international student athletes at RIT.
Nearly every sports injury is scary to the person getting hurt and their teammates but some go above and beyond in their ability to make other people squeal, pass out, and even have heart attacks. Athletes can go through life-threatening injuries and still go out and play for their team in a matter of days, weeks, or months. This can be a testament to their ability to overcome serious obstacles and their willingness to sacrifice for their love of sport.
While the NFL continues to struggle with a proper response to mounting domestic violence charges against its players, a necessary conversation about empowering women in the league has emerged.
RIT engineers are currently working to build a clean-energy snowmobile for the Society of Automotive Engineers' Clean Snowmobile Challenge.
A photo recap of the annual mud-centric tug-of-war fundraiser at RIT.
After eight years of being inactive, the National Women's Hockey League is making a comeback.
After some impressive wins this past weekend, the 2015-2016 women's volleyball season is off to an impressive start.
RIT's soccer programs are welcoming new, diverse first year talent this year. With a fresh supply of drive and ambition, they're going to be teams to watch this year.
A look at RIT sports for the week 8/30 - 9/05.
The world of sports has experienced many controversies this year including racism and corruption in soccer, the idea of paying college athletes and a cheating scandal that made people question how professional athletes are punished. Some of these issues have been around for decades while others are new problems that need to be solved. Racism in Russian Soccer
“You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.” - Mark Twain For anybody who has watched the television show "Friends," the episode where Ross and Chandler cannot figure out who told a joke first hardly seems like a real-life scenario. As it turns out, not being able to recall a memory correctly is common for many people.
A look at RIT sports during the week of Apr. 14 - Apr. 21.
RIT faced off against St. Lawrence in an exciting double header — and cleaned up, to say the least.
The RIT men's tennis team is just kicking into gear, but a pair of tough losses at home has put a damper on things.
Baseball has officially come to take hockey's place as the RIT sport to watch as the Tigers took down St. Lawrence 6-1.
Despite a truly valiant effort coming off of a string of postseason wins, the RIT women's hockey team ultimately fell to the University of Minnesota in the NCAA Division I quarterfinals.
In what was probably the most exciting weekend in recent memory for the RIT men's hockey program, the Tigers had victory within their sights, but fell just short of it.