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Jaime Schultz, associate professor of Kinesiology and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Pennsylvania State University, will give two lectures at Ithaca College exploring the relationships between race and sports and between genetics, sex and sports. The lectures are free and open to the public.

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UPDATE: Meghan Musnicki won a gold medal Thursday morning in London with the women's eight boat. The U.S. won its second straight gold medal in the event, leading the race from the start and beating Canada by a half length. Look for more information at bombers.ithaca.edu soon.

Princeton, N.J. – Meghan Musnicki, a...

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ITHACA, NY — When it goes into effect July 1, the New York State Concussion Management Awareness Act will require a young athlete suspected of a concussion to stay off the field for at least 24 hours after symptoms have subsided. At least 30 other states have similar laws protecting the safety of students playing interscholastic and intramural sports. However, the New York State law...

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ITHACA, N.Y. - Tucker Healy (Needham, Mass./Needham), who recently completed his career with the Ithaca College baseball team, has been selected on the third day of the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Healy was picked by the Oakland Athletics in the 23rd round with the 709th pick. He's the first Bomber drafted since Shane Wolf and Bryan Gardner were taken in the 2008 draft. He graduated...

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 ITHACA, NY — Arguably, the highlight of the NBA's 2011-12 season was a season-nonopening player lockout. Throughout the season, attendance for most of the league’s franchises remained stagnant. That hasn’t changed, even though the playoffs are underway — with essentially the same teams featured as in last year’s postseason.

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