Ithaca College will add women's golf to its intercollegiate athletic program and has hired the program's first coach. The addition of women's golf, which will bring the College's number of varsity sports to 26 (12 men's sports, 14 women's sports), was announced by Ken Kutler, director of intercollegiate athletics and recreational sports, as part of Ithaca's continuing efforts to maintain compliance with Title IX.
As part of its ongoing series on college rivalries, ESPN.com's College Sports cover story features Bomber coach Deb Pallozzi and the Ithaca-Cortland softball rivalry.
Ithaca College finished in 14th place in the final standings for the U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup standings. The standings for the contest (formerly known as the Sears Cup) are determined by a school's finish in NCAA playoff competition in selected sports.
Ithaca, which placed 21st last year, is one of nine schools to have placed in the top 30 in each of the award's first 13 years. Ithaca finished with 585.00 points, trailing 13th-place Wisconsin-Stevens Point
by 2.25 points.
Junior Cory Petermann of the men's track and field team and freshman Marcia McCord of the women's track and field team will compete at this weekend's NCAA Championships. The meet will be held Thursday through Saturday at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
We are pleased to announce that the Counseling Center will extend its daytime services to the campus during the summer.
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