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I know I’ll never be a professional athlete, but sports have always been a huge part of my life—whether I was playing on the field or accompanying my dad to his various jobs in the industry. After I graduate from IC this semester, I hope to find a job in either sports sales or marketing, and my internship experience while at Ithaca has given me an incredible start. 


As a prospective student, Skott Freedman knew Ithaca College was the place for him within an hour of visiting the campus with his mother. He hadn’t even visited any other college or university before seeing IC.


Have you ever dreamt of being the ultimate fighting champion? Ryan Ciotoli ’02 can train you to be one. The three-time all-American wrestler twice made it to the finals of the Division III NCAA tournament. After graduating from Ithaca with a degree in physical education, he stayed at IC as an assistant wrestling coach until 2008. While coaching at IC, Ciotoli developed a passion for mixed martial arts (MMA). He eventually began competing and later started Bombsquad, a team of local MMA fighters.


Jonathan Mulholland ’96 has the magical touch. After graduating with a B.S. in exercise science and earning his doctor of chiropractic from the Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minnesota, Mulholland now treats athletes of all levels, including medal-winning Olympians from New Zealand. The chiropractor and strength and conditioning specialist has also treated members of the American bobsled and skeleton teams. 


Members of IC faculty are always sharing their knowledge, expertise, and research at conferences around the world. These are some of the faculty who have been traveling the globe recently:



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