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Ithaca College’s intercollegiate athletics was chosen as one of the nation’s top 10 LGBT-friendly college sports programs, according to Campus Pride’s Out to Play Project. Campus Pride is a national organization that strives to create safe campus environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students.


Athletes from all over the world hear the call of Olympic glory. And the ones from Ithaca are no exception. When Meghan Musnicki ’05 transferred to Ithaca College during her sophomore year, she joined the College’s rowing team and went on to win two NCAA trophies. Lately Musnicki’s been training in deeper waters: she has taken home the gold at the World Rowing Championships and more recently won the gold medal as part of the women’s eight at the 2012 Olympic Games.


Ithaca’s won its share of national championships (15 team and 25 individual titles), but never before have three different athletes won individual honors in the same year, let alone the same season. Here are IC’s national champions from 2011.


Want to know what it feels like to win? Join one of Ithaca’s 26 Division III teams. Of the 22 IC teams that belong to the Empire 8 conference, 15 won regularseason or tournament titles (or both!). Here are some highlights from last year.


Though the grand opening celebration of the $65.5 million A&E Center isn’t until later this month, students and coaches have been enjoying the new facility since heading to campus this fall.



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