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Hamilton Tops Field Hockey, 4-2

10/9/2010

Nikki Haskins scored two goals 12 minutes apart in the second half as Hamilton College defeated the University of Rochester, 4-2, in field hockey at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Sweep Brockport and Buffalo State

10/9/2010

Rochester posted victories over the College at Brockport and Buffalo State College in a three-team meet at the Palestra on Saturday.[read more]



UAA Soccer vs Brandeis Live Audio and Video

10/9/2010

Rochester's UAA soccer doubleheader will be broadcast live - both audio and video - by WRUR, the on-campus radio station.[read more]



Women's Soccer Tops #15 Brandeis

10/9/2010

Bridgette Varin scored midway through the second half and Rochester's defense made it stand up for a 1-0 women's soccer victory at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Saturday evening.[read more]



Brandeis Upends Men's Soccer, 1-0

10/9/2010

Brandeis goalkeeper Taylor Bracken made nine saves, two tough ones in the last minute, as the Judges held on for a 1-0 men's soccer victory over Rochester at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Field Hockey Tops SLU in Overtime

10/8/2010

Allison Beardsley scored 3:22 into the first sudden death overtime period to give Rochester a 2-1 field hockey victory over St. Lawrence at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Friday.[read more]



Barbash Shows The Patience for Success On- and Off-Court

10/7/2010

For rising senior Daniel Barbash of the men’s tennis team, patience is a virtue. The biomedical engineering major and optics minor from Old Tappan, NJ has learned to be patient on the tennis court.[read more]



Yezer Keeps A Firm Balance With Play and Work

10/7/2010

Senior Benjamin Yezer of Rockville, MD gets it done on and off field. The defensive lineman and chemical engineering major considers his ability to balance a packed athletic season and a rigorous course schedule to be his largest success.[read more]



'Jackets come up just short in rally against Fredonia

10/6/2010

Despite mounting a two-game comeback to force a fifth game, the UR volleyball team ultimately fell in a tight match against SUNY Fredonia on Wednesday night, losing by a score of 17-25, 22-25, 25-23, 25-18, 13-15.[read more]



Cortland Wins, 3-1, Over Field Hockey

10/5/2010

Tenth-ranked SUNY Cortland scored three times in the first half and went on to a 3-1 victory over the University of Rochester in field hockey at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women's Soccer Rallies Past Nazareth

10/5/2010

Kirsten Ross and Ellen Coleman scored seven minutes apart midway through the second half as Rochester rallied to defeat Nazareth College, 2-1.[read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Melissa Alwardt

10/4/2010

The past few seasons, the UR women’s basketball team has shined. The Yellowjackets advanced to the Final Four last year, matching the deepest playoff run in school history. [read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Misha Carrel-Thomas

10/4/2010

A senior captain and three-year starter for the UR men’s soccer team, it’s tough to remember that Misha Carrel-Thomas was once more like a student.[read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Zachary Feldmann

10/4/2010

Six months ago, Zachary Feldmann was about as far away from a football field as you could imagine, studying abroad in Bejing, China[read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Yaneve Fonge

10/4/2010

Two years ago, Yaneve Fonge had one of those summers-the kind of experience that changes the way you think, changes your perspective and changes what you believe you can accomplish. [read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Mike Labanowski

10/4/2010

Perfection is an unattainable goal and distorts the realities of most who strive to achieve it. Yet senior Mike Labanowski, who admits that he is a bit of a perfectionist, refuses to fall victim to perfection's trap.[read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: AJ Lee

10/4/2010

Senior AJ Lee of the men's track and field team, a bio chemistry major, has learned to stay in the right mindset both in the classroom and on the track.[read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Lindsay Macaluso

10/4/2010

Maybe it was the competitive edge growing up with four brothers. Or maybe it's the nature of the game she has been playing since she was in seventh grade. Whatever the cause, senior Lindsay Macaluso is all about attitude.[read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Lia Weiner

10/4/2010

Correlation may not be the same as causation, but in the case of Lia Weiner, there is a definitely a clear direct relationship between hard work and success.[read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Kirsten Ross

10/4/2010

An ideal center midfielder is a resourceful player. She must be able to see the field and attack as a striker, yet be able to defend with the committed intensity of a defender. She must be a leader in the middle of the pitch. For senior Kirsten Ross, ther[read more]



2010 Garnish Scholars: Steve Welles

10/4/2010

There are a few reasons why Steve Welles' teammates on the men's soccer team like to refer to him as "Super-Welles." The senior Financial Economics and Mathematics major excels in the classroom: he has received the Dean's Scholarship and UAA All-Academic [read more]



Volleyball Aims to Raise Awareness For Breast Cancer Through Dig Pink

10/4/2010

In 2006, over 40,000 women died from breast cancer. The women’s volleyball team is hoping to put a dent in those numbers through the Dig Pink campaign.[read more]



Spikers Defeated by Washington & Brandeis

10/3/2010

Rochester lost 3-1 decisions to both top-ranked Washington and to Brandeis University on Sunday in the first of two University Athletic Association round robins.[read more]



Men's Tennis Wins Once in Singles at ITAs

10/3/2010

Rochester freshman Boris Borovcanin won his opening match in singles at the ITA/USTA Northeast Regional Championships at Skidmore College.[read more]



Palladino Wins ECAC Golf Title!

10/3/2010

Rochester freshman Nicholas Palladino won his second championship in two weekends when he finished first at the ECAC Championships at the Midvale Country Club this weekend.[read more]



RPI Pulls Away Late for 17-0 Gridiron Win

10/2/2010

Rochester's defense made key plays in the red zone, but visiting RPI was able to capitalize for a 17-0 victory at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



One Sub-80 for Golfers at ECACs

10/2/2010

Freshman Nicholas Palladino was the sole Rochester golfer to break 80 int he first round of the ECAC Golf Championships at the Midvale Country Club.[read more]



Women 9th Among 12 at Geneseo Invite

10/2/2010

Rochester finished in ninth place out of 12 schools at the SUNY Geneseo Cross Country Invitational at Letchworth State Park on Saturday.[read more]



Men Run to 5th Pl. Finish at Geneseo

10/2/2010

Rochester placed three men in the top 28 and ran to a fifth place finish out of 13 schools at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Spikers Open UAAs With 3-1 Loss to Chicago

10/2/2010

Rochester opened the first UAA Round Robin with a 3-1 loss to the University of Chicago at Emory University.[read more]



Women's Soccer Upended at NYU

10/2/2010

Rochester fell victim to a goal in the 10th minute and another midway through the second half as New York University earned a 2-1 victory over the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Men's Soccer Earns 7th Shutout

10/2/2010

Rochester earned its seventh shutout of the men's soccer season in a 0-0 double overtime tie with New York University in the UAA opener for both teams.[read more]



Lang in Top Half of Tough Field at Paul Short Run

10/1/2010

Rochester senior Brian Lang finished in the top half of the field at the toughest division in the Paul Short men's cross country run hosted by Lehigh University.[read more]



Norton Runs to 10th Place Finish at Paul Short Run

10/1/2010

University of Rochester junior Lauren Norton finished 10th in a field of 312 runners in the Brown Division of the Paul Short Run conducted by Lehigh University.[read more]



Ten To Be Honored as Garnish Scholars

9/30/2010

The University of Rochester Department of Athletics & Recreation will honor 10 outstanding student-athletes and one faculty member at halftime of this Saturday’s home football game vs. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.[read more]



Kids Admitted Free to UR-RPI Game

9/30/2010

Saturday’s football game at Fauver Stadium between the University of Rochester and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has been designated as Take A Kid to the Game Day.[read more]



UR upsets seventh-ranked William Smith

9/29/2010

Ellen Coleman’s diving shot on a breakaway that slid into the left side of the goal in the 82nd minute proved to be the game winner as UR upset the seventh-ranked William Smith College Herons, 2-1, in an afternoon showdown at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Early Goals Fuel Heron Win Over UR

9/29/2010

William Smith College scored two goals in the first six minutes and went on to a 3-1 field hockey victory over the University of Rochester on Wednesday night.[read more]



Women's Tennis Rolls Past Geneseo, 7-2

9/29/2010

Rochester won five of the six singles matches and two doubles events to defeat SUNY Geneseo on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Soccer Blanks RIT, 1-0

9/28/2010

Scott Garfing and Mike Moranz combined on a shutout and Jimmy Parrinello scored the gamewinner midway through the second half of a 1-0 win over RIT.[read more]



Volleyball Wins 3-1 at St. John Fisher

9/28/2010

Rochester won for the sixth time in the last eight matches with a 3-1 women's volleyball victory over St. John Fisher College on Tuesday night[read more]



Women's Tennis Defeats Nazareth, 8-1

9/28/2010

Rochester won all three doubles matches and five of the six singles events to post an 8-1 victory over Nazareth College on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



ITA Run Ends in Semis and the Quarters

9/27/2010

Frances Tseng reached the semifinals and Lia Weiner the quarterfinals of the ITA Northeast Regional Championships this year before they were defeated.[read more]



Palladino Medals and Leads UR to 2nd Pl. at Liberty Champs

9/26/2010

Rochester freshman Nicholas Palladino was named Liberty League Player and Rookie of the Year with his medalist performance at the golf championships.[read more]



Tseng/Weiner in ITA Quarterfinals

9/26/2010

Frances Tseng and Lia Weiner upheld their seedings as the top two singles players by reaching the quarterfinal round of the ITA Northeast Regionals at William Smith College.[read more]



Men Dominate to Win Harry Anderson XC Race

9/25/2010

Rochester upheld its position as Division III's 26th-ranked team by rolling to the championship of the Harry Anderson Invitational hosted by Roberts Wesleyan College.[read more]



Women Are Runnersup at Harry Anderson Invite

9/25/2010

With two runners in the top five and three in the top 15, the University of Rochester women's cross country team finished second out of 11 teams at the Harry Anderson Invitational hosted by Roberts Wesleyan College.[read more]



Goal Outburst Pushes UR Past Lycoming

9/25/2010

Rochester erupted for five goals - its highest single-game total in two years - and the Yellowjackets went on to a 5-2 victory over Lycoming College.[read more]



Skidmore Pulls Away Late for FH Win

9/25/2010

Skidmore College, ranked 14th in the current Division III poll, scored three late goals to pull away from Rochester for a 5-1 field hockey victory.[read more]



Two in Last 16 at ITA Singles Regionals

9/25/2010

Frances Tseng and Lia Weiner, the top two seeds for the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Regionals have both advanced to the round of 16 in singles play.[read more]



UR Second By Two Strokes at LL Golf Champs

9/25/2010

Skidmore College holds a two-stroke lead over the University of Rochester in team scoring after the first day of competition in the Liberty League Golf Championships.[read more]



Gridders Edged in LL Opener at Union

9/25/2010

Blaise Ancona kicked three field goals, including a 41-yarder late in the third quarter as Union (1-0 Liberty, 1-1) held on against Rochester (0-1, 0-3). [read more]



Field Hockey Edged in Liberty Opener

9/24/2010

Homestanding Union College produced a goal in the fourth minute of the second sudden death overtime period to edge Rochester, 3-2, in field hockey on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Rochester Comes Back to Tie R.I.T.

9/23/2010

Yellowjackets unable to convert on a good number of opportunities as they settle for a 1-1 double overtime tie with cross town rival, the Rochester Institute of Technology on Thursday night at home.[read more]



Spikers Rally to Defeat Nazareth

9/21/2010

Rochester battled back from a game down twice to defeat Nazareth College, 3-2, in women's volleyball at the Palestra on Tuesday night.[read more]



Rochester and Nazareth Tie in Soccer

9/21/2010

Rochester was unable to cash in a number of good chances and settled for a 1-1 double overtime tie with Nazareth College at Fauver Stadium on Tuesday night.[read more]



Great Day for Golf - 3rd at Allegheny

9/20/2010

It was a great day on the links for Rochester at the Guy Kuhn Invitational hosted by Allegheny College. Rochester shot a tournament-low 294 Monday and finished third overall of 16 teams.[read more]



Zink/Volkov Take SLU Doubles Crown

9/19/2010

Jeff Zink and Matt Volkov won the B Doubles Bracket championship at the St. Lawrence Invitational Men's Tennis Classic on Sunday.[read more]



Golfers 6th of 16 at Guy Kuhn Invitational

9/19/2010

Led by dual 73s from Michael Chudacoff and Nicholas Palladino, the University of Rochester sits in a tie for sixth place at the Guy Kuhn Invitational at ALlgheny College.[read more]



Spikers to Play Host RIT for Third Place

9/18/2010

Rochester will play host RIT at 3 pm Saturday for third place in the RIT Volleyball Invitational. Rochester defeated Brockport, 3-0, on Saturday morning.[read more]



Late comeback stings 'Jackets

9/18/2010

Despite holding a one-goal lead at halftime, UR fell to Wheaton College of Illinois, 3-1, on Saturday afternoon at Fauver Stadium after the Thunder scored three goals in under 13 minutes in the second half.[read more]



Men battle to 1-1 draw against 17th ranked Statesmen

9/18/2010

The eighth-ranked UR men’s soccer team battled to a 1-1 tie against the visiting seventeenth-ranked Hobart College Statesmen on Saturday night.[read more]



Volleyball Finishes Fourth at RIT

9/18/2010

Rochester finished in fourth place at the RIT Volleyball Invitational after dropping a 3-1 decision to the host team on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Fisher Downs Football With Late First Half Surge

9/18/2010

St. John Fisher scored two late second quarter touchdowns to open a 14-point cushion and went on to a 49-21 victory in Courage Bowl VI over the University of Rochester on Saturday night.[read more]



Norton's Record-Time Leads XC to Top 10 Finish

9/17/2010

With a school-record time for the 6K distance, Rochester placed eighth out of 20 teams at the Oneonta Airfield Invitational women’s cross country meet on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Men Race to Third Place Finish Out of 19

9/17/2010

Three men finished among the top 17 runners and the University of Rochester ran to a third place finish out of 19 teams at the Oneonta Airfield Invitational cross country meet on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Defense Steps Up Big in Win Over Union

9/17/2010

A young defense withstood furious pressure as Rochester defeated Union, 1-0, in women’s soccer at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Friday.[read more]



Sue Behme Named Head Women's Lacrosse Coach

9/16/2010

Sue Behme has coached her fair share of women’s lacrosse matches at Edwin Fauver Stadium. This spring, she’ll do it again – only from the home bench.[read more]



Field Hockey Rolls Past Elmira

9/15/2010

Allison Beardsley scored two goals while Anna Dobrzynski and Shelby Hall added single tallies as the University of Rochester defeated Elmira, 4-0, at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Top RIT in Tennis Opener

9/15/2010

With three women taking both a singles and doubles match, the University of Rochester opened its dual meet season in style with a 7-2 win over RIT.[read more]



Balance Carries Volleyball Past Geneseo, 3-0

9/14/2010

With three players getting eight or more kills apiece, the University of Rochester defeated SUNY Geneseo, 3-0, in women's volleyball at the Palestra on Tuesday night.[read more]



Women Claim Both Singles Crowns at WS

9/12/2010

Rochester won both singles divisions and the A division doubles title in the Mary Hosking Tournament at William Smith College on Sunday.[read more]



Freshman Is Top US Finisher at SLU Invite

9/12/2010

Freshman Nick Palladino was the top individual finisher from a United States college at the St. Lawrence Invitational on Sunday.[read more]



Men's Tennis Finishes 3rd at FC Tournament

9/12/2010

Rochester defeated Hobart, 5-2, to finish in third place at the Flower City Men's Tennis Tournament, hosted jointly with Nazareth College.[read more]



Spikers Finish Second at UR Invitational

9/11/2010

Rochester posted 3-0 victories over Medaille College and The College at Brockport on Saturday to finish in second place with a 2-1 tournament record at the UR Invitational.[read more]



Women's XC Opens With Victory at Brockport

9/11/2010

Rochester won the SUNY Brockport Cross Country Invitational, finishing first with 41 points. Houghton was second, followed by Brockport, Geneseo, and D'Youville.[read more]



Field Hockey Edged in OT

9/11/2010

For the second time this season, Rochester was edged in overtime in a field hockey match, this time by host Washington & Jefferson College. [read more]



Men Duel to 0-0 Soccer Tie with Clarkson

9/11/2010

Goals have been scarce recently in the Clarkson-Rochester men's soccer rivalry and Saturday was no different as the teams battled to a 0-0 tie in double OT at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Case TD in Final Minute Stuns Football

9/11/2010

Zach Homyk caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Joey Baum with 46 seconds remaining to lift Case Western Reserve to a 14-10 victory over Rochester at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men's Tennis Splits in Flower City

9/11/2010

Rochester's men's tennis team split its first two matches in the Flower City Tennis Tournament on Saturday, defeating RIT (7-2) and losign to Roberts Wesleyan (4-5).[read more]



Golfers In 7th Place at SLU Event

9/11/2010

The Rochetser golf team stands in seventh place after one day of the St. Lawrence Invitational.[read more]



Women Off to Good Start at Wm. Smith Tournament

9/11/2010

With two players in the A Division semifinals and two more in the B Division semis, the womens tennis team at Rochester is off to a good start at the William Smith Invitational.[read more]



Men's XC Opens With One-Sided Victory

9/11/2010

Rochester placed four men in the top five and went on to an easy victory at the Brockport Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Rochester Wins Fredonia W. Soccer Tourney

9/11/2010

Rochester defeated Baldwin-Wallace College, 6-3, in what turned out to be the championship match of the Clarion Soccer Classic at SUNY Fredonia.[read more]



Women's Soccer Defeats Penn St. Behrend, 5-1

9/10/2010

Strikers Ellen Coleman and Bridgette Varin scored goals six minutes apart in the first half to spark the University of Rochester to a 5-1 victory over Penn State-Behrend in the opening round of the Clarion Soccer Classic at SUNY Fredonia.[read more]



UR Blanks St. Lawrence in Friday Night Contest

9/10/2010

Junior midfielder Josh Richards’s shot from 20 yards out on the left wing in the twelfth minute proved to be the game winner in a 2-0 UR win over St. Lawrence University on Friday night. [read more]



Spikers Lose, 3-0, to Roberts at UR Invite

9/10/2010

The women's volleyball team lost, 3-0, to Roberts Wesleyan College at the UR Volleyball Invitational.[read more]



Women's XC Will Be Led By A Veteran Presence

9/10/2010

With a solid core of returning runners from last season, the women’s cross country team at the University of Rochester is looking forward to the 2010 campaign.[read more]



Men Can't Wait To Get Started in XC

9/10/2010

The 2010 edition of the Rochester men’s cross country team will be one of the most experienced and talented squads in recent years.[read more]



Gould Strives to Keep Others Organized

9/9/2010

Creating structure in our lives is a difficult task, but for rising senior David Gould of the men’s basketball team, the challenge lies in creating structure in the lives of others.[read more]



Gundewar Gives Her Time to Those Most in Need

9/9/2010

Many work with a goal in mind, competing for good grades or a lot of money. For Anisha Gundewar of the field hockey team, the intrinsic value that results from hard work outweighs any sort of competition.[read more]



Size, Experience To Play Key Roles for Football

9/9/2010

Size, as it pertains to the football team at the University of Rochester, will play an important part in the 2010 season. Rochester has experience on both sides of the line and size as well.[read more]



Two Earn Flower City Honors for UR

9/8/2010

Seniors Jimmy Parrinello and Misha Carrel-Thomas were individual award winners at the 2010 Flower City Soccer Classic at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Wien Reaps Two Weekly Player Honors

9/8/2010

Junior golfer David Wien was named the Golfer of the Week by the Liberty League and the University Athletic Association for his efforts last weekend.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins Second Straight

9/8/2010

Anna Dobrzynski kept up her red-hot scoring streak with two more goals as the University of Rochester defeated Nazareth College, 2-1, in field hockey at Nazareth on Tuesday night.[read more]



Ross, Varin Score in Victory Over Medaille

9/5/2010

Kirsten Ross and Bridgette Varin scored a goal apiece as Rochester claimed third place in the 2010 Women's Flower City Soccer Tournament at Edwin Fauver Stadium Sunday.[read more]



'Jackets Post Third Straight Shutout Win

9/5/2010

Rochester posted its third straight shutout win to open the men's soccer season as the Yellowjackets defeated SUNY Oneonta, 1-0, in the Flower City Classic.[read more]



Golfers Win Hamilton Invite; Wein Medals

9/5/2010

With three men in the top four finishers, the University of Rochester opened the 2010-11 golf season by winning the Hamilton Quadrangular on Sunday.[read more]



Volleyball Falls Twice at Cortland

9/4/2010

Rochester finished fourth in the championship bracket of the Red Dragon Invitational volleyball tournament hosted by SUNY Cortland.[read more]



Women's Soccer Blanked by Oneonta

9/4/2010

Visiting Oneonta scored midway through the second half and held on for a hard-fought 1-0 women's soccer victory over the University of Rochester in the Flower City Tournament.[read more]



Field Hockey Rallies Past Hartwick

9/4/2010

Rochester produced late-match heroics on Saturday afternoon, rallying for a 3-2 field hockey victory over Hartwick at Nazareth College.[read more]



Rochester Leads At Hamilton Golf Invite

9/4/2010

Rochester has a five-stroke lead in team scoring after the first day of play at the Hamilton Golf Invitational.[read more]



Men's Soccer Shuts Out Adrian in FC

9/4/2010

A large crowd filled Fauver Stadium for an entertaining 2-0 men's soccer victory over Adrian College in the Flower City Classic.[read more]



Spikers Win Twice at Red Dragon Invite

9/3/2010

Rochester bounced back from 1-0 deficits against Vassar and Potsdam to win its first two matches in the Red Dragon Invitational at SUNY Cortland on Friday.[read more]



Geneseo Squeezes Out OT Win Over Field Hockey

9/1/2010

Visiting Geneseo scored a minute into sudden death overtime and posted a 2-1 field hockey victory over Rochester at Fauver Stadium on Wednesday.[read more]



Women's Soccer Defeats Brockport, 6-1

9/1/2010

Ellen Coleman scored two goals and assisted on a third as the University of Rochester defeated visiting Brockport at Edwin Fauver Stadium Wednesday night.[read more]



Men's Soccer Opens With 3-0 Win at Fisher

9/1/2010

Three different players scored goals as the University of Rochester opened the men’s soccer season with a 3-0 victory at St. John Fisher on Wednesday evening.[read more]



O'Connor's Gone Quite A Distance to Study

8/27/2010

Megan O'Connor's running skills carry her for miles. Her academic pursuits have taken her to much farther distances from home.[read more]



Hallam's Traveled the Globe to Study and Play

8/27/2010

Emily Hallam uses her athletic skills on the pitch and her academic skills in locations near and far.[read more]



Gurnett To Step Down After 2010 W. Soccer Season

8/24/2010

Terry Gurnett constructed a legacy for the women’s soccer program at the University of Rochester. Now, he intends to do the same for the other 22 varsity sports.[read more]



Monte Moves From Lax to Academic Support

8/23/2010

Liz Monte helped the women's lacrosse team succeed in the classroom. Now, she'll have the chance to help the entire student body.[read more]



Seeing A Coach's Role from the Other Side...

8/13/2010

Sara Hutchinson found a different way to give back - she's coaching the youth softball team for which she played as a youngster.[read more]



Wien's Working With Numbers Off the Course

8/13/2010

When he's not on the greens this summer, David Wien has been interning with a financial organization near his hometown in Ohio. [read more]



Battin Strives to Fight Poverty and Disease in Uganda

8/13/2010

Meg Battin runs cross country in the fall and plays lacrosse in the spring. Winter will be the key season for her as she travels to Uganda to help fight poverty and disease.[read more]



Backs and MFs Are Strong Points for Men

8/10/2010

Pre-season camp is a little more than a week away, and Rochester has a bountiful group of veterans in the lineup.[read more]



Lee's Competitiveness Turns to Cancer Research

8/10/2010

A.J. Lee of the men's track and field teams used his competitve skills to succeed. The pre-med major uses those skills this summer as he researches cancer drugs.[read more]



Women Hope to Challenge for UAA Soccer Title

8/10/2010

Rochester seeks to replace five starters in its soccer lineup when pre-season camp begins later in August.[read more]



Field Hockey Focuses on the League Title

8/10/2010

With pre-season camp approaching, the University of Rochester field hockey team will focus its sights on challenging for the Liberty League championship.[read more]



Women Saluted by USTFCCCA

8/9/2010

The University of Rochester women’s track and field team was selected as a 2010 All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Men Saluted by USTFCCCA

8/9/2010

The University of Rochester men’s track and field team has been selected as an All-Academic Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Fonge, Cinella Earn USTFCCCA Award

8/9/2010

Yaneve Fonge and Jackie Cinella were named to the 2010 Division III All-Academic Track & Field Team by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Shreck's Serving for A NY State Office Candidate

8/5/2010

For rising junior Danielle Shreck of the women’s tennis team, principles are more than just a textbook’s boring guidelines or a parent’s replayed speeches.[read more]



A Large Farewell for A Highly Successful Man

7/22/2010

A large group of family, friends, and colleagues gathered to honor the career achievements of Mike Neer who retired as the head coach of the men’s basketball team.[read more]



Kao Studies Emotions and How A Body Reacts

7/21/2010

Emotions - on the court or life in general - can drive certain reactions. Rochester junior Katie Kao is finding out how and why that occurs.[read more]



Golf Duo Named to Scholar All-America Team

7/20/2010

After a season of negotiating hazards on the golf course, two University of Rochester men have been recognized for their ability to compete in the classroom.[read more]



Ferraro's Language Study Is All His Own

7/20/2010

As a swimmer, Frank Ferraro has performed a variety of strokes. His multi-tasking ability has carried into summer research where he is focused on language.[read more]



Alex Caghan Earns All-America Honor

7/16/2010

University of Rochester outfielder Alex Caghan has been selected for the 2010 College Baseball All-America Team by the Jewish Sports Review.[read more]



Plans Taking Shape for Courage Bowl VI

7/16/2010

Preparations are well underway for Courage Bowl VI, the annual football game between the University of Rochester and St. John Fisher College.[read more]



Three Earn UAA's Highest Academic Award

7/15/2010

Playing in a league that champions athletic and academic success, three University of Rochester student-athletes have achieved the highest possible honor from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Two Gridders Named Pre-Season All-Americans

7/15/2010

Two University of Rochester players who spent a lot of time in backfields have been chosen as pre-season All-Americans by different football organizations.[read more]



Swim/Dive Teams Earn Academic Honor

7/14/2010

Speed pays off in the pool, accuracy in the classroom. The swimming and diving teams at the University of Rochester accomplished both.[read more]



Chung Named Scholar All-American

7/14/2010

In the pool, Jennifer Chung holds two school records at the University of Rochester. Thanks to the College Swimming Coaches Association of America, now she is a part of a select group of student-athletes.[read more]



UBS Intern Enjoys A Wealth of Experiences in NYC

7/2/2010

Southern California native Kenisha Smith is investing in her future by working in New York City during the summer.[read more]



Carrel-Thomas Continues to Help Others

6/30/2010

An All-Region defender on the soccer pitch, Misha Carrel-Thomas is working this summer to better the environment.[read more]



Weiner Repeats as an ITA All-American

6/15/2010

University of Rochester junior tennis player Lia Weiner has been named an All-American by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association for the second straight year.[read more]



Weiner Earns Academic All-District Honors

6/8/2010

University of Rochester junior tennis player Lia Weiner was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District One Women’s At-Large Third Team in voting by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Fonge Reaps Academic All-District Honors

6/8/2010

Yaneve Fonge, the record-setting thrower for the University of Rochester women’s outdoor track and field team, has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District One College Division Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country Second Team.[read more]



ECAC Names Stein and Francis All-Upstate NY

6/7/2010

Senior shortstop Nate Stein and junior outfielder Matt Francis of the University of Rochester have been named to the Upstate New York All-Star Baseball Team by the Eastern College Athletic Conference.[read more]



Hartwig Honored by USTFCCCA

5/28/2010

University of Rochester women's track and field and cross country coach Barbara Hartwig was saluted at the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships.[read more]



Lang An All-American! - Finishes 3rd at NCAAs!

5/28/2010

University of Rochester junior Brian Lang finisihed third in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Baldwin-Wallace College.[read more]



Fonge 15th at NCAA Hammer Throw

5/27/2010

University of Rochester junior Yaneve Fonge finished in 15th place out of 18 competitors in the hammer throw at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.[read more]



Grimes Named to ECAC Upstate NY All-Stars

5/27/2010

University of Rochester sophomore outfielder Kim Grimes has been selected to the ECAC Upstate New York All-Star team for the second consecutive year.[read more]



Stein Named An Academic All-American!

5/25/2010

University of Rochester senior shortstop Nate Stein has been elected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® College Division Baseball Team in voting done by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Case Wins the Merle Spurrier Award

5/25/2010

Amanda Case, who earned all-conference honors in two sports at the University of Rochester, was honored as the recipient of the Merle Spurrier Award for 2010. She is a native of McLean, VA.[read more]



Bristow Wins the Louis Alexander Award

5/25/2010

Jim Bristow, a man who received numerous honors for his playing ability with the squash team at the University of Rochester, was honored as the recipient of the Louis Alexander Alumni Award for 2010.[read more]



Lang, Fonge Selected for NCAA Track Champs

5/24/2010

University of Rochester juniors Brian Lang and Yaneve Fonge will compete in the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships outside Cleveland, Ohio later this week. [read more]



Five Earn All-Region Honors in Baseball

5/24/2010

Five baseball players at the University of Rochester have earned All-New York Region honors in voting done by members of the American Baseball Coaches Association. [read more]



Bowman Wins Vitone Sportsmanship Award

5/24/2010

Brian Bowman, a senior on the men’s tennis team at the University of Rochester, was selected as the winner of the 2010 John Vitone Award from the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Atwood wins Fabricant Sportsmanship Award

5/24/2010

Valerie Atwood, a junior who competed in swimming and diving and outdoor track and field at the University of Rochester, was selected as the 2010 winner of the Sylvia Fabricant Award by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Tseng Named ITA Northeast Rookie of the Year

5/22/2010

University of Rochester freshman Frances Tseng has been named as the Northeast Region Rookie of the Year by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.[read more]



Three Earn All-NFCA Honors in Softball

5/22/2010

Three softball players at the University of Rochester have earned all-region honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association for the 2010 season.[read more]



Skevington Wins Triple Jump at Oneonta

5/21/2010

Senior Melissa Skevington won the triple jump in the 'last-chance' SUNY Oneonta Twilight qualifier on Thursday.[read more]



Hornbach Named Co-Female Scholar-Athlete

5/21/2010

Celeste Hornbach, senior goalkeeper on the women’s soccer team at the University of Rochester, was selected as the 2010 Co-Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Cannon Named Department's Male Scholar-Athlete

5/21/2010

Andy Cannon, a senior outfielder on the University of Rochester baseball team, was selected as the 2010 Male Scholar-Athlete by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Cole Named Department's Co-Female Scholar-Athlete

5/21/2010

Lisa Cole, a senior who competed on the cross country, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field teams at the University of Rochester, was selected as the 2010 Co-Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Baseball Is Out of Liberty Championships

5/15/2010

The University of Rochester was eliminated from the Liberty League baseball championships on Saturday after losses to Skidmore (6-5) and Clarkson (8-0). Rochester is 29-12.[read more]



Baseball Downs Saints in Liberty First Round

5/14/2010

Rochester scored nine runs – four of them unearned – early in the game to rally for a 14-8 victory over St. Lawrence University in the opening round of the Liberty League Baseball Championships at Towers Field.[read more]



Men Finish 14th at ECAC Track Champs

5/14/2010

The Yellowjacket men’s outdoor track and field team finished in 14th place out of 70 teams at the ECAC Championships at Springfield College. Rochester scored 27 points in the meet.[read more]



Women's Track Is 14th at ECAC Champs

5/14/2010

Rochester’s women’s outdoor track and field team wound up in 14th place out of 70 teams at the ECAC Championships at Springfield College. The Yellowjackets totaled 20.5 points in the meet.[read more]



Eleven Earn All-Liberty Kudos In Baseball

5/13/2010

Eleven baseball players at the University of Rochester have been named to the All-Liberty League team in voting done by the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Lang Is Bound for NCAA Track Champs!

5/13/2010

Junior Brian Lang will compete at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the steeplechase after an outstanding performance on Thursday.[read more]



Fonge Improves NCAA Chances

5/13/2010

Junior Yaneve Fonge edged closer to a chance to compete in the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field National Championships with her performance at the ECAC Championships Thursday.[read more]



Luke Flockerzi Named Men's Hoop Coach

5/11/2010

Luke Flockerzi, who quickly built Skidmore College into one of the top teams in the Liberty League, has been named the new head men’s basketball coach at the University of Rochester[read more]



RIT Game Starts at 3 Tuesday

5/10/2010

The Rochester-RIT baseball game has been moved up to a 3 pm start time on Tuesday at Towers Field.[read more]



RIT Holds Off Baseball, 5-3

5/10/2010

A nine-day layoff was evident with the bats as Rochester dropped a 5-3 decision to RIT at Towers Field on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Softball Ousted from LL Playoffs

5/8/2010

Rochester was eliminated from the Liberty League softball playoffs on Saturday when the Yellowjackets were defeated by RPI and Skidmore.[read more]



Women's 8 Makes Dad Vail Final

5/8/2010

Rochester's first excursion into the Dad Vail Championships as a varsity has proved to be successful.[read more]



Nicholson Earns Academic All-District Honors

5/7/2010

University of Rochester senior catcher Juliana Nicholson has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District I squad for softball.[read more]



Cannon, Stein Earn Academic All-District Honors

5/7/2010

University of Rochester seniors Andy Cannon and Nate Stein have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District I First Team in baseball and move to the national Academic All-America ballot. [read more]



Seven Reap All-Liberty Softball Honors

5/7/2010

Seven players at the University of Rochester have earned All-Liberty League honors in softball after voting conducted among the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Case, Mondro Earn All-Liberty Honors in Lax

5/6/2010

University of Rochester senior women’s lacrosse captains Amanda Case and Danielle Mondro have earned All-Liberty League honors in their sport for the 2010 season.[read more]



Five Earn All-UAA Baseball Honors; Stein MVP

5/4/2010

Nate Stein earned MVP honors and was joined on the UAA's All-Association baseball team after voting conducted by the league's head coaches.[read more]



RPI Sweeps Rochester in LL Makeup Twinbill

5/2/2010

Rensselaer swept a softball doubleheader from Rochester on Sunday, winning game one on a tiebreaker, and taking the nitecap with the help of five unearned runs.[read more]



Baseball Takes Two from Clarkson; Clinches Top Seed

5/2/2010

Rochester swept two games from Clarkson University, 10-2 and 7-4, and clinched the top seed for the Liberty League playoffs in two weeks.[read more]



Cinella Named NYSCTC Runner of Meet

5/2/2010

Rochester junior Jacqueline Cinella was named the Track Athlete of the Meet at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference outdoor track and field championships at RPI.[read more]



RPI Downs Rochester to Seal W Lax LL Bid

5/1/2010

Homestanding Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute went on a 9-2 surge in the first half and wrapped up a Liberty League playoff berth by defeating Rochester, 15-8, in women’s lacrosse.[read more]



Men's Track Ends Up 4th at NYSCTC Meet

5/1/2010

With two individual champions and three runners-up, Rochester’s men stormed to a fourth place finish at the NYSCTC outdoor track and field championships at RPI.[read more]



Three Individuals, Two Relays Win for W. Track at NYSCTCs

5/1/2010

Rochester’s women won two individual running events, two relays, and one field event at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference outdoor track and field championships hosted by RPI.[read more]



Clarkson Wins One, Weatherman Wins One

5/1/2010

Clarkson University chipped away to post a 5-2 victory in the opener of a four-game Liberty League baseball series on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Five Reap All-UAA Honors in Softball

4/30/2010

Five Rochester softball players have been selected to the 2010 University Athletic Association All-Association team after balloting conducted among the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Women's Lacrosse Toppled by Vassar, 14-7

4/30/2010

Host Vassar College scored six straight goals in the first half to jump in front, 6-1, and continued to a 15-7 women’s lacrosse victory over the University of Rochester.[read more]



Men Are 4th at NYSCTC Outdoor Champs

4/30/2010

With points in three field event finals, one individual running event, and one relay, Rochester’s men’s outdoor track and field team stands in fourth place out of eight teams at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships.[read more]



Women's Track 2nd at NYSCTC Championships

4/30/2010

Rochester’s women stand in second place in team scoring after the first day of the NYSCTC outdoor track and field championships being conducted at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.[read more]



'Jackets Fall at Fisher

4/28/2010

St. John Fisher built an early lead with single runs in each of the first four innings and went on to a 10-2 victory over Rochester in college baseball at Dugan Yard.[read more]



Ithaca Defeats Rochester in W. Lax Home Finale

4/27/2010

With two players combining for nine goals, visiting Ithaca College defeated Rochester, 18-5, in women's lacrosse at Fauver Stadium on Tuesday.[read more]



Softball Swept at Brockport

4/27/2010

rallied to take the lead three different times in game one before Brockport rallied to win, 9-8, in the first game of a doubleheader. The Golden Eagles won the nitecap, 5-2.[read more]



Luck Finishes Fourth in NYS Heptathlon

4/26/2010

Rochester freshman Carina Luck finished in fourth place out of nine at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Heptathlon hosted on the River Campus.[read more]



UR Third at UAA Golf Championships

4/26/2010

With three men breaking 80, Rochester tied for second lowest score on the day and went on to a third place finish at the University Athletic Association golf championships.[read more]



Skidmore Sweeps A Twinbill on Sunday

4/25/2010

Skidmore College rallied twice in game one, then got a near-perfect pitching performance in game two to sweep a baseball doubleheader against Rochester on Sunday.[read more]



Luck Stands 5th on Day One at NYS Hepts

4/25/2010

Rochester freshman Carina Luck stands in fifth place out of nine competitors in the heptathlon for the 2010 New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships.[read more]



Golfers 3rd on Day 1 of UAAs

4/25/2010

Rochester sits in third place behind NYU and Emory after the first day of the University Athletic Association golf championships at the Locust Hill Country Club.[read more]



Men's Tennis Finishes 7th at UAA Champs

4/24/2010

Rochester's men's tennis team defeated NYU, 5-0, on Saturday afternoon to finish in seventh place at the University Athletic Association championships.[read more]



Offense Powers Softball Past SLU on Senior Day

4/24/2010

The University of Rochester softball team scattered 24 runs on 23 hits over two games to grab a pair of Liberty League wins (13-1, 11-0) over visiting St. Lawrence on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Lacrosse Loses to Top-Ranked Hamilton College

4/24/2010

Top-ranked Hamilton College scored five goals in the first seven minutes, then went on to an 18-1 women’s lacrosse victory over Rochester at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Earn One NCAA Provisional, 3 ECAC Spots

4/24/2010

Rochester's men's outdoor track and field team had one provisional qualifier for the NCAA Division III championships and three ECAC qualifying performances in action at two sites.[read more]



A Very Strong Day for Women's Track and Field

4/24/2010

Saturday's performances were numerous and highly successful for Rochester's women's outdoor track and field team.[read more]



Baseball Splits DH at Skidmore

4/24/2010

Rochester split a Liberty League baseballl doubleheader at Skidmore College on Saturday, winning the opener, 5-2, before Skidmore prevailed in game two, 7-2.[read more]



Women's Rowing Ranked Regionally

4/23/2010

The University of Rochester women's rowing team is ranked on both a squad and a single boat basis by the NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Committee.[read more]



William Smith Rallies for W Lax Victory

4/23/2010

Sophomore Lucy Johnson scored all five of her points in the second half – four goals and one assist – as visiting William Smith College claimed a 14-10 women’s lacrosse victory over the University of Rochester at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Tseng, Shreck Earn All-UAA Tennis Honors

4/22/2010

Rochester freshman Frances Tseng and sophomore Danielle Shreck have earned All-Association honors in women’s tennis from the University Athletic Association[read more]



Tiebreaker Win Gives Softball Sweep of Utica

4/21/2010

Cara Celorio singled home pinch-runner Natalee Sassaman in the top of the eighth to snap a 4-4 tie and lead Rochester to a softball sweep (3-1, 5-4) of Utica College.[read more]



Softball Splits DH With Ithaca

4/20/2010

Rochester’s Sara Hutchinson threw a two-hit shutout in the nitecap and Ithaca’s Alyssa Brook threw a three-hitter in the opener as Rochester and Ithaca split at softball doubleheader.[read more]



Yellowjackets Defeat Ithaca, 5-2, in 11 innings

4/20/2010

Blayne Fuke had a career-high five hits and Corey King threw two-plus innings of clutch relief as the University of Rochester defeated Ithaca College, 5-2, in 11 innings at Freeman Field.[read more]



Yellowjackets Finish Fourth at UAA Tennis

4/18/2010

Rochester finished in fourth place at the University Athletic Association tennis championships after a 6-0 loss to 10th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Union Sweeps Softball Twinbill

4/18/2010

Union College defeated Rochester twice in softball on Sunday, winning game one, 12-4, and game two, 11-0.[read more]



Five-Run Ninth Sparks DH Sweep for Baseball

4/18/2010

Rochester rallied for five runs in the top of the ninth inning in game two and swept Vassar (7-3, 13-11) in a doubleheader at Towers Field.[read more]



Skidmore Defeats Rochester in W. Lacrosse

4/17/2010

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Skidmore Wins Kravetz Crown; Rochester Third

4/17/2010

Three Rochester golfers broke 80 as the Yellowjackets stormed into third place at the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational at Oak Hill Country Club.[read more]



Men's Track 4th at Brockport

4/17/2010

Rochester finished fourth out of eight teams at the SUNY Brockport Invitational Track and Field Meet on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women's Track & Field Tops 8-Team Field at Brockport

4/17/2010

Rochester finished first out of eight teams at the Brockport Golden Eagle Invitational for women's track and field teams on Saturday.[read more]



'Jackets Sweep Vassar in Baseball

4/17/2010

Rochester produced a five-run inning in each game and swept a baseball doubleheader from Vassar College at Towers Field on Saturday.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Skidmore in Liberty League Opener

4/17/2010

Rochester pitchers Madeline Skellie and Sara Hutchinson threw complete game victories - one of them a one-hitter - in a doubleheader sweep at Skidmore College.[read more]



12th-Ranked Union Tops Rochester in Lacrosse

4/16/2010

Kristin Joyce scored four goals and Melissa Hine had seven assists to lead 12th-ranked Union College to a 15-1 victory over Rochester in women's lacrosse at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Chudacoff One Off Lead at Kravetz Invitational

4/16/2010

Rochester sophomore Michael Chudacoff is one stroke off the lead after the first day of play at the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational at Oak Hill Country Club.[read more]



Women's Tennis Beats #14 Washington in UAAs

4/16/2010

Rochester will play in the semifinals of the University Athletic Association women's tennis championships after defeating 14th-ranked Washington University, 5-4, on Friday.[read more]



Yellowjackets Run Past Keuka, 19-10

4/14/2010

Rob Barnard had three hits, scored two runs, and drove in four to pace a 21-hit attack as Rochester won its sixth straight game, a 19-10 victory over Keuka.[read more]



Softball Sweeps DH vs. Buffalo State

4/14/2010

Rochester rallied in the seventh inning to win the opener, then broke it open late in game two for a 4-3, 8-3 sweep of Buffalo State College on Wednesday. [read more]



Cortland Sweeps DH From Rochester

4/13/2010

SUNY Cortland scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to snap a 4-4 tie and sweep a softball doubleheader against Rochester on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Rochester Defeats RIT, 14-4

4/13/2010

Rochester’s bats erupted early and often as the Yellowjackets defeated Rochester Institute of Technology, 14-4, on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Fourth Place Tie for Golf Team

4/11/2010

Rochester finished tied for fourth place at the Edward Jones Shootout hosted by Carnegie Mellon University.[read more]



Women Blaze to Fifth Straight Tennis Win

4/11/2010

A little over 24 hours after beating NYU, 9-0, Rochester defeated Ithaca College, 7-2, in women's tennis for its fifth straight win.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps #22 RPI Again

4/11/2010

Rochester staged a late-game rally to pull out the nitecap and sweep 22nd-ranked RPI, 3-2 and 6-5, in a baseball twinbill on the road Sunday.[read more]



Baseball Takes Two From RPI

4/10/2010

Rochester hit five home runs as the Yellowjackets took the opening game of a doubleheader, 8-3, at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Men Are Strong at UR Alumni Invitational

4/10/2010

Rochester edged out SUNY Geneseo by two and a half points to win the 13-team UR Alumni Track & Field Invitational on Saturday at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Win Alumni Track & Field Invitational

4/10/2010

Rochester posted eight outright victories and won the 14-team UR Alumni Track & Field Invitational on Saturday afternoon at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Late Goals Power Geneseo Past Rochester in Women's Lacrosse

4/10/2010

Despite a pair of hat tricks by Amanda Case and Niki Holmes, the University of Rochester women’s lacrosse team fell to visiting SUNY Geneseo, 15-7, on Saturday night at Fauver Stadium. [read more]



Men's Tennis Downs NYU 7-2

4/10/2010

The University of Rochester men’s tennis team swept doubles play en route to a 7-2 win over visiting NYU at the Peter Lyman Tennis Center. The Yellowjackets also benefitted from singles wins by Brian Bowman, Brian Schmeer, Austin Armstrong, and Jeff Zink[read more]



Women's Tennis Cruises Past NYU 9-0

4/10/2010

The University of Rochester women’s tennis team swept all the doubles matches and all six singles matches as they defeated University Athletic Association foe NYU 9-0, on Saturday. The win improves the Yellowjackets to 10-4 on the season.[read more]



Mike Neer Retires as Men's Basketball Coach

4/7/2010

Michael C. G. “Mike” Neer, longtime successful men’s basketball coach at the University of Rochester, will retire from his position effective at the end of the academic year.[read more]



Baseball Rally vs. Fisher Is Just Short

4/7/2010

Rochester rallied in the last three innings to pull within one run before visiting St. John Fisher was able to hold on for an 8-7 win on Wednesday.[read more]



Softball Splits at Geneseo

4/7/2010

Madeline Skellie and Sara Hutchinson combined on a four-hitter in game two as Rochester split a softball doubleheader at Geneseo.[read more]



W. Tennis Hands Geneseo First Loss

4/6/2010

Rochester won two of the three doubles and four of six singles to defeat previously-unbeaten SUNY Geneseo in women's tenis, 6-3, on Tuesday.[read more]



Women's Rowing Nipped by #2 Ithaca

4/5/2010

Rochester's biggest challenge of the young rowing season was highly successful as the Yellowjackets rowed well in a three-team meet with Ithaca and RIT.[read more]



Golfers Finish Tied for 8th at Mid-Atlantic Invite

4/5/2010

Rochester shot 319 on the second day for a two-day total of 632 and finished tied for eighth place at the 15-team Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational at the Hershey Country Club.[read more]



Golfers Are Fifth at Mid-Atlantic Invite

4/4/2010

Rochester holds a one-stroke lead over St. John Fisher for fifth place in the 15-team Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational at the Hershey Country Club.[read more]



Yellowjackets Earn Second Straight DH Sweep

4/4/2010

Nate Stein hit a grand slam home run for the second straight day and drove in six RBIs total as Rochester won a doubleheader vs. Union College for the second straight day.[read more]



Men's Tennis Falls at SLU

4/3/2010

Host St. Lawrence University won four of the six singles events and claimed a 5-4 victory over Rochester in men’s tennis on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Defeat St. Lawrence, 6-3, in Tennis

4/3/2010

Rochester won five of six singles matches and the first doubles event to claim a 6-3 victory over St. Lawrence University in women’s tennis on Saturday[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Union, 17-6, 9-7

4/3/2010

Rochester exploded for 17 runs in the first game, then hung on versus a ninth-inning Union rally to defeat visiting Union College, 17-6, and 9-7, in a doubleheader at Towers Field.[read more]



Women's Lacrosse Defeats Clarkson

4/3/2010

Rochester evened its Liberty League record at 1-1 with an 18-11 victory at Clarkson University on Saturday.[read more]



Men Have Three ECAC Qualifiers

4/3/2010

On the first day of competition in the outdoor track and field season, the Rochester men had three ECAC qualifiers.[read more]



Women's Track Wins All Three Relays at Hamilton

4/3/2010

Rochester won all three relays and two individual events at the 13-team Hamilton Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Bristow and Fischer Are Squash All-Americans

4/2/2010

Rochester senior Jim Bristow and sophomore Ben Fischer have been named First Team All-Americans by the College Squash Association.[read more]



'Jackets Fall in LL Lax Opener vs. Saints

4/2/2010

St. Lawrence University grabbed an early lead, then pulled away for an 18-7 win in women's lacrosse over the University of Rochester.[read more]



Women's Tennis Defeats William Smith

4/1/2010

Rochester's women's tennis team improved its record to 7-4 overall with a 6-3 victory at William Smith College on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Tennis Defeats Nazareth

4/1/2010

Rochester won four singles events and all three doubles matches in a 7-2 victory over Nazareth College on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



Softball Sweeps RIT to Run Win Streak to Seven

4/1/2010

Rochester swept a doubleheader from RIT in softball on Thursday afternoon. The Yellowjackets ran their winning streak to seven straight.[read more]



Baseball Loses to Brockport, 6-2

3/31/2010

Rochester’s bats were held in check as the Yellowjackets dropped a 6-2 non-conference decision to SUNY Brockport on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



'Jackets Sweep A Softball DH vs. St. John Fisher

3/31/2010

Kim Grimes hit a two-run home run in each game as the University of Rochester swept a softball doubleheader from St. John Fisher College on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Rowers Win Three Cups in First Spring Race

3/29/2010

Rochester’s first rowing competition of the spring was highly successful as the Yellowjackets won three cups at the University Rowing Association championships.[read more]



Baseball Completes Sweep of SLU

3/28/2010

Rochester won twice on Sunday over St. Lawrence, completing a four game sweep of the Saints. The Yellowjackets won 8-2 in game one and finished off the weekend with a 13-7 victory.[read more]



Golfers Finish Third at McDaniel Invite

3/28/2010

Rochester showed consistency in its play on Sunday and finished third out of 15 teams in a strong field at the McDaniel Spring Invitational.[read more]



Baseball Takes Two From St. Lawrence in LL Opener

3/27/2010

The University of Rochester baseball team opened the Liberty League season with a pair of wins over St. Lawrence at Towers Field. The Yellowjackets won the opener 13-2 and capped the afternoon with an 11-0 victory. [read more]



Golfers Stand in Second on Day One at McDaniel

3/27/2010

Rochester’s return to the links for the spring semester proved to be fairly successful. The Yellowjackets are tied for second place in team scoring after the first day of the McDaniel Spring Invitational.[read more]



Saturday Baseball to Start at 2 pm

3/26/2010

Rochester's Saturday baseball twinbill vs. St. Lawrence has been pushed back to a 2 pm start.[read more]



Number Nine Cortland Pulls Away Late in W. Lacrosse

3/25/2010

Ninth-ranked SUNY Cortland scored the final seven goals of the game to defeat the University of Rochester 16-7 in women’s lacrosse. [read more]



Baseball Postponed for Wednesday

3/24/2010

The baseball home opener against SUNY Cortland for Wednesday has been postponed due to wet grounds.[read more]



Men's Tennis Defeats RIT, 8-1

3/24/2010

Less than 24 hours after playing one of the longest matches in school history, Rochester rolled past RIT in men's tennis by a final score of 8-1.[read more]



Brockport Defeats Women's Lacrosse

3/23/2010

Visiting Brockport scored four times in the first 10 minutes of the second half to break open a close game and go on to a 15-1 victory over Rochester in women's lacrosse.[read more]



Two Softball Players Reap All-UAA Tourney Honors

3/23/2010

Kim Grimes and Lindsay Macaluso, who both hit over .400, earned All-Tournament Team honors in softball from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Baseball Has Four Named to UAA All-Tourney Team

3/23/2010

Four men have been named to the University Athletic Association Baseball All-Tournament Team following conclusion of the UAA Baseball Championships in Florida.[read more]



Men's Tennis Defeated in Marathon

3/23/2010

In what may be one of the longest men's tennis matches in the history of the sport at Rochester, the Yellowjackets lost, 5-4, at Hobart College on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Alwardt Named All-America By D3Hoops.com

3/21/2010

Junior guard Melissa Alwardt was named an All-American by D3Hoops.com at the NCAA Division III Final Four in Bloomington, Illinois.[read more]



Rochester Edged by Skidmore in Women's Tennis

3/21/2010

The University of Rochester women's tennis team was narrowly defeated by visiting Skidmore College on Sunday afternoon. The Yellowjackets fell, 5-4, to the Thoroughbreds despite victories from their top four singles players.[read more]



Softball Downs Wisconsin-Whitewater

3/21/2010

Rochester jumped ahead early and went on to a 5-3 softball victory over the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Women Are Fourth After Amherst Wins Conso Game

3/20/2010

Rochester finished fourth nationally after top-ranked Amherst College earned a 56-44 victory in the third place game at the NCAA Division III Women’s Final Four.[read more]



Women's Lax Comes Up Short at RIT

3/20/2010

Despite a strong offensive performance, the University of Rochester fell, 20-13, to host RIT in women’s lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon. [read more]



Softball Wins Twice; Both Times by 4-2 Scores

3/20/2010

Sara Hutchinson and Madeline Skellie turned in strong pitching performances Saturday as Rochester defeated Eastern Connecticut State and Keene State in softball, both by the score of 4-2.[read more]



Women Fall to Hope in National Semis

3/19/2010

Rochester will play top-ranked Amherst College in the third place game at the NCAA Division III Final Four after Hope College defeated the Yellowjackets, 76-63.[read more]



Men Respond Well to Tough Tennis Slate

3/15/2010

Six matches against quality opposition within a four-day period is hardly what someone would call a vacation. The men’s tennis team at the University of Rochester did succeed from both a development standpoint and a result standpoint.[read more]



A Strong Florida Trip Propels Women's Tennis

3/15/2010

When four players have combined for 30 singles wins in nine matches, that’s usually a sign that things are going well. That statement is definitely true for the women’s tennis team at Rochester.[read more]



Softball Winds Up 4-4 at UAAs

3/14/2010

Rochester lost to Emory, 8-0, and to Washington, 7-3, in its last two games at the University Athletic Association championships in Florida.[read more]



Baseball Repeats as UAA Champion!

3/14/2010

For the second year in a row, Rochester won the baseball championship in the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Women Advance to Final Four!

3/13/2010

The University of Rochester will play in the NCAA Division III Final Four next weekend after defeating second-ranked Kean University, 68-65, at Harwood Arena here.[read more]



Women Move into Elite 8 With 74-69 Win

3/12/2010

Melissa Alwardt matched her career high with 25 points and Jodie Luther added 10 more as Rochester defeated 10th-ranked Christopher Newport, 74-69, in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Division III Championships.[read more]



It's A Grand Feeling for Alwardt in UR Win

3/12/2010

Junior guard Melissa Alwardt surpassed the 1,000-point career mark Friday night at a most opportune time for the University of Rochester.[read more]



Softball Undone by Errors vs. Washington

3/11/2010

Some early misplays led to six unearned runs and Washington University defeated the University of Rochester, 8-2, at the UAA Championships.[read more]



Lacrosse Falls to Naz in Home Opener

3/11/2010

Amanda Case’s three goals weren’t enough as the University of Rochester fell to Nazareth College 10-4 in women’s lacrosse action at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Softball Rallies Past Emory, Falls to Brandeis

3/10/2010

Sophomore Kim grimes continued her hot hitting by clubbing two home runs as Rochester defeated Emory, 4-3, at the UAA Championships in Florida.[read more]



Baseball Downs Emory for 2-0 UAA Start

3/10/2010

Clutch hitting and strong pitching helped the Yellowjackets to a 9-6 win over Emory and a 2-0 start to the UAA Championships.[read more]



Rochester P-R Club to Honor Scheible

3/9/2010

University of Rochester women’s basketball coach Jim Scheible has been selected by the Rochester Press-Radio Club as the local person who has excelled on the national level.[read more]



Softball Opens UAA Play with 8-0 Win Over Case

3/9/2010

The University of Rochester opened play in the UAA Softball Championsips with n 8-0 victory over Case Western Reserve University.[read more]



W. Lacrosse Rally vs. Lynchburg is Just Short

3/9/2010

Rochester pulled within three goals with seven minutes left before Lynchburg College tacked on two late scores for a 12-7 women's lacrosse victory.[read more]



Women Earn Team All-Academic Honor from Coaches

3/9/2010

The University of Rochester women's cross county team has been saluted by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association for superior athletic achievement.[read more]



Alwardt Earns WBCA All-District Honors

3/9/2010

University of Rochester junior Melissa Alwardt has earned First Team All-District II honors from the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.[read more]



'Jackets Open UAA Play With 10-8 Win

3/9/2010

Rochester outscored Case Western Reserve, 10-8, to win its opener in the UAA Championship Tournament.[read more]



Women's Lax Opens with a 'W'

3/8/2010

Amanda Case scored three goals over a nine-minute stretch in the second half as the University of Rochester pulled away for an 11-7 women’s lacrosse victory over Susquehanna University.[read more]



Women Head for Kean in Sweet 16

3/7/2010

The University of Rochester women's basketball team will be off to Union, NJ for the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Division III Basketball Championships.[read more]



Baseball Rolls Past NJCU

3/7/2010

Three veterans combined for all nine RBIs as Rochester defeated New Jersey City University, 9-2, on Sunday.[read more]



Softball Undone by Errors

3/7/2010

The College of New Jersey rallied for six runs in the fifth inning and went on to an 8-3 win over Rochester at the NTC Games on Sunday.[read more]



Men Conclude Indoor Season at ECAC Championships

3/6/2010

The University of Rochester men’s track and field team finished 27th after the second and final day of competition at the ECAC Championships in Northampton, Massachusetts. [read more]



Women Finish 13th at ECAC's

3/6/2010

The University of Rochester women’s track and field team finished 13th after the second and final day of competition at the ECAC Championships in Northampton, Massachusetts.[read more]



Women Power Into Sweet 16 After OT Thriller

3/6/2010

The University of Rochester women’s basketball team advanced to the NCAA Division III “Sweet 16” for the fifth straight season after a 61-54 overtime win over visiting University of Mary Washington. [read more]



Softball Prepares for 2010 Behind Veteran Cast

3/5/2010

The Yellowjackets return seven starters from a team that won 33 games in 2009. [read more]



Baseball Looks to Defend UAA Crown

3/5/2010

In 2009, the Yellowjackets set a single-season record with 30 victories and won the school’s first University Athletic Association baseball title.[read more]



Mary Washington Downs William Paterson in NCAA Opener

3/5/2010

The University of Mary Washington utilized balanced scoring and a 31-4 first half run en route to an 84-53 win over ninth-ranked William Paterson in the opening round of the NCAA women’s basketball playoffs.[read more]



Women Advance Past Cortland in NCAA's

3/5/2010

Amy Woods scored eight points and pulled down a career-high 15 rebounds off the bench to lead the University of Rochester women’s basketball team to a 66-47 win over visiting SUNY Cortland in the opening round of NCAA playoffs. [read more]



Men's Track Competes at ECAC Championships

3/5/2010

The University of Rochester men’s track and field team had a number of strong performances at Friday’s ECAC Championships in Northampton, Massachusetts.[read more]



School Record Falls at ECAC Championships

3/5/2010

The 4 x 200 meter relay team of Kenish Smith, Jacqueline Cinella, Kelly Mulrey, and Casey Green broke the school record and finished third overall with a time of 1:46.00 in the opening day of the ECAC Championships in Northampton, Massachusetts.[read more]



Three Women Named All-UAA in Hoops

3/3/2010

Three players from the University of Rochester women’s basketball team have earned All-Association honors from the University Athletic Association after balloting among the league’s head coaches.[read more]



O'Connor Named XC Scholar by Coaches

3/2/2010

Rochester junior Megan O'Connor has been named to the Women's Scholar-Athlete Team by the US Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Three Men All-UAA in Hoops; DiBartolomeo Top Rookie

3/2/2010

Two sophomores and one freshman at the University of Rochester have received All-University Athletic Association honors in men’s basketball after balloting of the association’s head coaches.[read more]



Women Will Host NCAA Hoops

3/1/2010

Rochester has been selected as a host for the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Championships this weekend.[read more]



Rochester Men Beat Emory on Senior Day

2/27/2010

Rochester hit 11 three-point goals, hitting 52% outside the arc, enroute to a 85-71 victory over Emory University in men's basketball at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Defeat Emory for 19th Win

2/27/2010

Four players contributed to a late-game 10-2 run that carried the University of Rochester to a 67-62 women’s basketball victory over Emory University at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Men Finish Fifth at NYSCTC Indoor Champs

2/27/2010

Sophomore Will McMunigal was named the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Field Event Athlete of the Meet helping Rochester to a fifth place finish out of nine schools.[read more]



Women Second at NYSCTC Indoor Champs

2/27/2010

Rochester's women finished second out of nine teams at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference indoor track and field championships at RIT with a total of 178.5 points[read more]



Squash Finishes Another Great Year

2/22/2010

Although Princeton defeated Rochester, 7-2, in the third place match of the Potter Cup on Sunday, the 2009-10 squash season proved to be one of the most successful and enjoyable in school history.[read more]



Women Edge By NYU, 60-59

2/21/2010

The Rochester women’s basketball team had a strong second half to edge by New York University, 60-59. [read more]



Two Career Highs Fuel Men's Hoop Win

2/21/2010

Nate Novosel scored a career high 22 points and John DiBartolomeo had a career best 10 assists as Rochester defeated NYU, 81-68.[read more]



Men Defeat LeMoyne, 8-1, in Tennis

2/21/2010

Rochester posted its second straight win of the spring by defeating LeMoyne College, 8-1, on the Goergen Center indoor courts on Sunday.[read more]



Two in Top Six of Women's State Pentathlon

2/21/2010

Melissa Skevington and Carina Luck finished in the top six at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Penathlon at Ithaca College.[read more]



McMunigal Wins State Penthathlon!

2/21/2010

Will McMunigal placed first in the pentathlon at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championship at Ithaca College.[read more]



Men's Tennis Defeats Ithaca, 5-4

2/20/2010

Rochester won four of six singles matches to secure a 5-4 victory over Ithaca College in men's tennis on the Goergen Center indoor courts on Saturday.[read more]



Strong Performances for Men at Cornell

2/20/2010

Rochester had several strong performances at the Deneault Invitational at Cornell University on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Smith Breaks School Record at Cornell Meet

2/20/2010

Kenisha Smith broke th Rochester school record in the 300 meter run at the Deneault Invitational hosted by Cornell University on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Yale Edges Rochester in Potter Cup Semis

2/20/2010

The Potter Cup semifinal between second-ranked Yale and third-ranked Rochester was everything it was touted to be, but the host Bulldogs prevailed, 5-4.[read more]



Men Finish 7th at UAA Swim

2/20/2010

The men's swimming and diving team finished in seventh place at the University Athletic Association championships at Emory University.[read more]



Two Women Earn Provisional NCAA Cuts at UAAs

2/20/2010

Stephanie Bolin and Jennifer Chung bested the NCAA provisional qualifying time at the University Athletic Association championships at Emory University.[read more]



Brandeis Upsets Women With Second-Half Rally

2/19/2010

The Judges trailed by 18 at the half but with the second half appearance of Jessica Chapin, the University Athletic Association’s leading scorer, they rallied for a two-point win.

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Three-Pt. Shooting Fuels Brandeis Men

2/19/2010

John DiBartolomeo and Bill Serle combined for 37 points, but visiting Brandeis prevailed, 87-70, at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Run at RIT

2/19/2010

Rochester had three individuals finish in third place or higher at the RIT Last Chance Meet on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Lots of Top Performers for Women at RIT

2/19/2010

With four runnerup performances and two outright winners, Rochester's women's indoor track and field team had a successful meet in the RIT Last Chance Invitational on Friday.[read more]



Women Storm to Fifth Place at UAA Swim

2/19/2010

Rochester stands in fifth place in the women's scoring for the University Athletic Association swimming and diving championships at Emory University.[read more]



Howard Tops Provisional Mark for Men's Swim

2/19/2010

Junior Kevin Howard provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III Championships in the 100 yard backstroke.[read more]



Rochester Beats Cornell, 7-2, in CSA Quarterfinals

2/19/2010

Twelve days after defeating Cornell, 7-2, at home, Rochester repeated the feat, this time in the quarterfinals of the Potter Cup.[read more]



Women's Divers Help UR to First Day UAA Lead

2/18/2010

With five women scoring 98 team points on the one meter board, Rochester has a first day lead at the University Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships at Emory University.[read more]



Squash Seeded Third for CSA; Will Face Cornell

2/17/2010

Rochester is seeded third for the College Squash Association Potter Cup Championships and will play Cornell in the quarterfinals Friday.[read more]



NCAA Honors Rochester for Diversity

2/15/2010

The Department of Athletics & Recreation has been honored by the NCAA with the 2008-09 Diversity in Athletics Award.[read more]



Carnegie Rallies for 73-64 Men's Hoop Win

2/14/2010

Carnegie Mellon shut down Rochester's inside scoring in the second half and emerged with a 73-64 victory at Skibo Gymnasium on Sunday.[read more]



Men Fall to Colgate in Tennis Opener

2/14/2010

Rochester lost its 2010 spring men's opener to host Colgate University, 7-0, on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Defeat Colgate in Tennis

2/14/2010

Rochester opened its spring season on a high note, defeating Division I Colgate University, 5-2, in women’s tennis on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Turn Up the 'D' to Beat CMU

2/14/2010

Rochester’s defense held firm in the second half and the Yellowjackets secured a 55-49 victory over Carnegie Mellon in women’s basketball at Skibo Gymnasium.[read more]



Women Have Three Qualifers at Cornell

2/13/2010

Rochester had one ECAC qualifier and two New York State qualifiers for its women's indoor track & field team at the Bob Kane Invitational at Cornell.[read more]



Big Case Run Tops Men's Hoops

2/12/2010

Case Western Reserve used a 26-9 run over the last six minutes to capture an 87-74 victory over Rochester in men's basketball at Horsburgh Gymnasium Friday night.[read more]



Eight Women and One Relay Qualify for ECACs

2/12/2010

Eight individuals from Rochester’s women’s track team and the 4x400 meter relay bested ECAC qualifying marks while competing at the Rider/Lafayette Winter Games on the upper West Side of Manhattan.[read more]



FirstHalf Burst Sparks Women Past Case

2/12/2010

Five players contributed to a 14-0 run over three minutes in the first half as Rochester went on to a 72-56 victory over Case Western Reserve in women’s basketball at Horsburgh Gymnasium.[read more]



Four Men and One Relay Earn ECAC Spots

2/12/2010

Four individuals and Rochester's 4x400 meter relay turned in ECAC-qualifying performances at the Rider-Lafayette Winter Games on the upper West Side of Manhattan.[read more]



Squash Wins Its Ninth by 9-0 Count

2/10/2010

Rochester's squash team earned its ninth win of the season Wednesday night with a 9-0 win over Hobart College at the Peter Lyman Squash Center.[read more]



Chicago Rides First Half Run to Men's Hoop Win

2/7/2010

Host Chicago went on a 19-6 run in the first half to seize control in a 69-43 victory over Rochester in men’s basketball at the Ratner Athletic Center.[read more]



Lee, McMunigal Reach ECACs

2/7/2010

A.J. Lee and Will McMunigal qualified for the ECAC Championships with their performances at the Syracuse University Invitational on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Second Half Women's Rally is Short at UC

2/7/2010

A furious second half rally came up short for Rochester as the University of Chicago prevailed, 73-64, in a women’s basketball game at the Ratner Athletic Center.[read more]



Four New Qualifiers for Women's Track

2/7/2010

With new qualifiers in several events, the women's indoor track & field team had a successful day at the Syracuse Invitational.[read more]



Squash Outlasts Sixth-Ranked Cornell, 7-2

2/7/2010

In what could be a preview of an upcoming playoff match, Rochester defeated Cornell University, 7-2, at the Peter Lyman Squash Center on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Washington Defeats Women, 68-40

2/5/2010

Alex Hoover and Bethany Morrison combined for nine points in a 12-0 run late in the first half that sparked Washington University to victory over the University of Rochester at the WU Field House.[read more]



Men Defeated at Washington

2/5/2010

Aaron Thompson scored 29 points and Cameron Smith contributed 10 more as third-ranked Washington defeated Rochester, 68-59, at the WU Field House[read more]



Squash Defeats F&M for Seventh Win

2/5/2010

Rochester won in straight sets in eight positions to defeat Franklin & Marshall College, 8-1, at the Peter Lyman Squash Center on Friday night.[read more]



Courage Bowl Moves Downtown

2/4/2010

The Courage Bowl, which has drawn record setting crowds to see Rochester and St. John Fisher play football, will be held at an off-campus site for the next two years.[read more]



Novosel, Gould Spark OT Win Over Chicago

1/31/2010

Nate Novosel scored 21 points and David Gould added 15 as Rochester outlasted Chicago, 76-75, in overtime at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Tied for Second in UAA After OT Win

1/31/2010

Melissa Alwardt scored 19 points and Kate Agan added 10 as Rochester outlasted Chicago, 54-52, in overtime at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Win Distance Medley at Colgate

1/30/2010

The men's indoor track and field team won the distance medley relay and booked a spot at the ECAC Championships at the Colgate University Class of '32 Invitational.[read more]



Women Place Third Overall at Colgate Meet

1/30/2010

Rochester finished first among Division III schools and third of 19 overall at the Colgate University Class of 32 Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Luther Leads Women to Victory

1/29/2010

Sophomore Jodie Luther led the Rochester women’s basketball team to a 63-51 victory over the Washington University Bears.[read more]



Bears Hold Off Rochester, 82-78

1/29/2010

Sean Wallis made 6-of-6 from the foul line in the last 21 seconds to help third-ranked Washington stave off Rochester, 82-78, at the Louis Alexader Palestra.[read more]



Squash Tops Dartmouth, Now 6-2

1/25/2010

Playing its third straight match against a nationally-ranked foe on the road in three days, Rochester's squash team defeated Dartmouth, 7-2.[read more]



Foster Steps Down From Football Staff

1/25/2010

Mike Foster, who served as the offensive coordinator for the University of Rochester football team over the past four seasons, has stepped down from that position.[read more]



Men's 3-Pt. Rally at NYU Falls Short

1/24/2010

Rochester fought back from an 11-point deficit in the last 4:33 only to see host NYU hang on for a 78-75 victory at the Coles Sports Center.[read more]



Women's Closing Run Topples NYU

1/24/2010

Down by six with less than five minutes to play, Rochester rallied for a 63-59 women's basketball victory at NYU on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Ithaca Tops Rochester Women in Pool

1/23/2010

Rochester claimed an individual race and the final relay against red-hot Ithaca College on Senior Day for the swimming and diving teams.[read more]



Men Claim Five Wins vs. Bombers

1/23/2010

Rochester swam down to the wire with visiting Ithaca on Senior Day Saturday before the visiting Bombers prevailed.[read more]



Men Run Fifth of 12 at SLU Invite

1/23/2010

Rochester finished fifth out of 12 teams at the St. Lawrence Invitational. The Yellowjackets had two ECAC qualifiers and four New York State qualifiers.[read more]



Women Win Team Crown at SLU Invite

1/23/2010

Rochester won five individual events and finished first out of 13 teams at the St. Lawrence Invitational.[read more]



Squash Rolls Past #5 Harvard, 7-2

1/23/2010

Rochester jumped ahead early at 4-2, and went on to a 7-2 win over fifth-ranked Harvard University on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Toppled at Brandeis, 55-48

1/22/2010

Rochester's offense struggled to get good shots and dropped a 55-48 decision to Brandeis University at the Gosman Athletic Center.[read more]



Late Rally Pushes Brandeis Past Men

1/22/2010

Rochester cut an 11-point deficit down to three late in the second half before Brandeis pulled away for a 70-63 men's basketball victory.[read more]



Top-Ranked Trinity Beats UR, 8-1

1/22/2010

Eleven-time defending national champion Trinity College defeated Rochester, 8-1, on Friday night, but few of the matches were walkovers.[read more]



Gurnett Honored for Long-Time Success

1/19/2010

The largest coaching organization in the world has saluted the achievements of Rochester women’s soccer coach Terry Gurnett.[read more]



Women Win Fifth Straight Wendy's Title

1/16/2010

Kate Agan recorded a double-double and three other Yellowjackets scored in double figures as the University of Rochester defeated Roberts Wesleyan 68-51 to win their fifth straight Wendy’s Classic title.[read more]



Moncrief Powers Yellowjackets to Championship

1/16/2010

Tournament MVP Milan Moncrief scored 18 points, including 14 in the second half, to lift the University of Rochester 60-54 over St. John Fisher in the championship game of the Wendy’s Classic.[read more]



Men's Track and Field Competes at RIT Invitational

1/16/2010

The University of Rochester men’s track and field team had a number of standout individual performances at the RIT Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Women's Track and Field Has Strong Showing at RIT

1/16/2010

The University of Rochester women’s track and field team had a strong showing at the RIT Invitational on Saturday. [read more]



Men Rally For Thrilling OT Win in Wendy's Semis

1/15/2010

Freshman guard John DiBartolomeo scored a career high 30 points, 21 coming in the second half and overtime, to spark the University of Rochester to a 70-64 victory over Roberts Wesleyan College in the semifinals of the Wendy’s Classic.[read more]



Women Hold Off Fisher to Reach Wendy's Final

1/14/2010

Rochester withstood a furious St. John Fisher rally in the closing minutes and defeated the Cardinals, 68-58, in the semifinals of the Wendy’s College Classic at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Move into Wendy's Semifinals

1/13/2010

Nate Novosel had a double-double and Colin Cubit scored 10 points to lead the University of Rochester to a 61-51 victory over Geneseo in the quarterfinals of the Wendy's College Classic.[read more]



Women Reach Semis with 67-38 Win

1/12/2010

Rochester moved into the semifinals of the Wendy's Collegiate Classic with a 67-38 victory over Keuka College on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Late Free Throws Seal Women's Victory

1/10/2010

Melissa Alwardt and Jessica Mastronardi combined for six free throws in the final 67 seconds as Rochester held off Carnegie Mellon, 58-51, at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Rally Past CMU with Strong Second Half

1/10/2010

Rochester found its shooting touch in the second half and went on to a 76-57 victory over visiting Carnegie Mellon University at the Palestra.[read more]



Fourth-Ranked Yale Defeats #2 Rochester

1/10/2010

Yale University, ranked fourth in the current ratings of the College Squash Association, defeated second-ranked Rochester, 6-3, at the Peter Lyman Squash Courts on Sunday.[read more]



Live Stats at Wendy's Site: Men #1, Women #2

1/10/2010

Rochester's men secured the number one seed for the Wendy's Collegiate Classic this week and the women, who have won four straight titles, are seeded second.[read more]



Women Fall to Nazareth

1/9/2010

Rochester captured four individual swimming races and both diving boards, but Nazareth prevailed on Saturday.[read more]



Men Defeat Nazareth in Pool

1/9/2010

Rochester won nine individual events and one relay in posting a 192-92 victory over Nazareth College in a swimming and diving meet on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Defeat Case, 62-52

1/8/2010

ROchester used a 51-31 edge on the backboards to its advantage in defeating Case Western Reserve University, 62-52, on Friday evening at the Palestra.[read more]



Three-Point Shooting Fuels Men's Win

1/8/2010

Rochester hit 7 of 10 outside the arc in the first half to open a 15-point lead enroute to a 76-60 victory over visiting Case Western Reserve at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Women Downed by Cortland in Pool

1/8/2010

Rochester won five individual events and one diving event in a 165-135 loss at SUNY Cortland on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Howard a Quadruple Winner for Men

1/8/2010

Kevin Howard won three individual awards and led off a winning relay for the men's swimming & diving team in a 165-135 loss at SUNY Cortland.[read more]



Squash Now #2, Hosts #4 Yale Sunday

1/6/2010

The University of Rochester squash team moved up to second nationally in the latest rankings of the College Squash Association.[read more]



Agan Nets Gamewinner with 0:02 Left

1/5/2010

Kate Agan scored on a layup from Jodie Luther with 0:02 left as Rochester rallied past Medaille College at the Palestra on Tuesday.[read more]



Clarkson Edges Men's BB in OT

1/4/2010

Elson Pickering sank a three-point goal with 6.7 seconds left in regulation to force overtime and visiting Clarkson went on to a 66-63 overtime victory over Rochester at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



#3 Rochester Edges #2 Princeton in Squash

12/13/2009

Rochester won consecutive matches at #7 and #4 to clinch a 5-4 victory over Princeton University on Sunday at the Peter Lyman Squash Courts in the Goergen Athletic Center.[read more]



Men Perform Well at RIT Invite

12/12/2009

In the first competitve meet of the season, Rochester's men turned in a number of strong performances at RIT Early Season Indoor Track Invitational.[read more]



Women's Track Roars Through Opening Meet

12/12/2009

In its first meet of the season, Rochester's women dominated throughout the RIT Early Season Women's Indoor Track and Field Invitational[read more]



Men's Swimming Rolls Past RIT

12/12/2009

In its final meet of the first portion of the season, the men's swimming and diving team built on the success of the Liberty League title by defeating RIT.[read more]



Women Dominate RIT in December Finale

12/12/2009

Building on the success of its Liberty League championship a week ago, the women's swimming and diving team handily defeated RIT.[read more]



Peacock An All-American; Six All-Region

12/11/2009

Senior goalkeeper Michael Peacock was named an All-American and five teammates joined him on the All-East Region Team announced Friday afternoon.[read more]



Women Hold On vs. Union

12/11/2009

Melissa Alwardt sank six free throws in the final minute as Rochester held off host Union for a 63-57 victory in women's basketball on Friday night.[read more]



Women Win at William Smith

12/9/2009

Four players scored in double figures to spark the University of Rochester to a 69-61 women's basketball victory at William Smith College on Wednesday evening.[read more]



Men Go To 7-1 With Win at Hobart

12/9/2009

Rochester broke away from a 62-all tie in the last two minutes to defeat Hobart College, 68-63, at Bristol Gym on Wednesday night.[read more]



Coleman, Boylan Named Soccer All-Americans

12/8/2009

Rochester's women's soccer tradition continued with the selection of Ellen Coleman and Eileen Boylan as All-Americans.[read more]



Four From Women's Soccer Garner All-Region Honors

12/7/2009

Four University of Rochester women’s soccer players have been selected to the 2009 NSCAA All-Region Team. Eileen Boylan and Ellen Coleman were selected First Team All-East Region while Bridgette Varin and Celeste Hornbach garnered Second Team All- East R[read more]



Women Extend Lead After Session Two

12/5/2009

With only five events remaining in the Liberty League Championship, the University of Rochester women’s swimming and diving team holds a commanding 272 point lead.[read more]



Men Still On Top With One Session Left

12/5/2009

With only five events remaining in the Liberty League Championship, the University of Rochester men’s swimming and diving team holds 60 point lead. [read more]



Late Rally Comes Up Short For Women In Atlanta

12/5/2009

Rochester’s late rally fell short in the final minutes as women’s basketball lost their UAA opener 60-50 to host Emory University.[read more]



Men Win Third Liberty League Title in Four Years

12/5/2009

For the third time in the last four years, the University of Rochester men’s swimming and diving team has been crowned Liberty League Champions. The Yellowjackets finished with 863.5 points, 84 points ahead of second place RPI. [read more]



Women Cruise to First Ever Liberty League Championship

12/5/2009

For the first time in school history, the University of Rochester women’s swimming and diving team has been crowned Liberty League Champions. The Yellowjackets finished with 1017 points, 383 points ahead of second place RPI. [read more]



Sound Shooting Leads Men Past Emory

12/5/2009

Rochester hit 58% from the floor and went on to an 83-62 victory over Emory in the UAA men's basketball opener for both schools.[read more]



Men Hold Narrow Lead After Day One

12/4/2009

Through five events, the men’s swimming and diving team holds a slim 23 point advantage over second place RPI in the 2009 Liberty League Championship.[read more]



Women in Front After Day One of Liberty League Championship

12/4/2009

The women’s swimming and diving team is in first place after day one of the Liberty League Championship at Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Center.[read more]



Three Battle for Women's LL Scoring Lead

12/4/2009

Rochester, RPI, and Union are all battling for the team lead in points after the first day of the Liberty League Swimming & Diving championships. [read more]



Men's Liberty League Swim Race Is Tight

12/4/2009

It's close at the top with Rochester, RPI, and Union all battling to see who can lead in the points battle at the Liberty League Swimming and Diving Championships.[read more]



Men Fall Just Short at RIT

12/2/2009

Rochester fought back from an 11-point deficit in the last five minutes, but host RIT held on for a 63-58 victory over the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Women Rally Past RIT; Now 4-1

12/2/2009

Melissa Alwardt sank a three pointer from the right corner with 32 seconds to play and Jackie Walker added a free throw with 12 seconds left as the University of Rochester defeated RIT, 70-68.[read more]



Men Win Holiday Inn Airport Hoop Title

11/29/2009

Rochester shot 75% outside the arc in the first half and went on to a 75-61 victory over the University of Scranton to win the Holiday Inn Airport Thanksgiving Invitational.[read more]



Women Push Past Oswego on the Court

11/29/2009

The University of Rochester scored 26 points off 21 Oswego turnovers and went on to a 66-45 victory over the Lakers at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Men Rally for 67-59 Hoops Win

11/28/2009

Three players scored in double figures as the University of Rochester rallied to defeat Curry, 67-59, in the first round of the Holiday Inn Airport Thanksgiving Invitational.[read more]



Yellowjacket Squash Could Be In the Hunt

11/25/2009

With three All-Americans at the top of the lineup, the University of Rochester squash team is one of the serious contenders to win the Potter Cup this year.[read more]



Nazareth Hands Women First Defeat

11/24/2009

Rochester got off to an ice-cold shooting start and wasn’t able to bounce back as host Nazareth earned a 69-55 victory over the Yellowjackets on Tuesday.[read more]



Balance Pushes Men Past Nazareth

11/24/2009

Rochester used good balance and heads-up play from a nine-man rotation to defeat Nazareth College, 67-60, on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Cargill Scores in OT for Men in NCAAs

11/22/2009

Jake Cargill headed in a cross from Josh Richards in the first minute of the second sudden death overtime to give Rochester a 2-1 victory over Wesleyan University in the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Championships.[read more]



Messiah To Air Elite 8 Game

11/22/2009

Messiah College radio will broadcast the NCAA Elite 8 men's soccer playoff match live between the University of Rochester and the defending national champion Falcons.[read more]



Squash Wins 3rd Straight Liberty Title

11/22/2009

The University of Rochester successfully defended its squash championship in the Liberty League over the weekend with three dominating wins.[read more]



Late Goal Pushes Messiah Past UR

11/22/2009

Defending national champion Messiah College scored late in the game for a 2-1 victory over Rochester in the NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Elite 8 game Sunday evening.[read more]



Norton Finishes in Top Half at NCAA Championship

11/21/2009

Rochester runner Lauren Norton finished in the top half at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championship in Cleveland, Ohio. Norton completed the race in 23:41.3, good for 107th place out of 280 competitors. [read more]



Lang Competes at NCAA Championship

11/21/2009

Rochester runner Brian Lang finished in 225th place at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championship in Cleveland, Ohio.[read more]



Men's Swimming Falls in Tri-Meet

11/21/2009

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Women's Swimming Downed by Tartans, Generals

11/21/2009

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Women's Basketball Captures to Fourth Straight Chuck Resler Crown

11/21/2009

The University of Rochester women’s basketball team defeated Baldwin-Wallace College 78-62 to capture their fourth consecutive Chuck Resler Tournament Championship. [read more]



Yellowjackets Use Charity Stripe to Hold Off Tufts

11/21/2009

The University of Rochester men’s basketball team took advantage of a hot first half and clutch shooting from the free throw line late in the game to defeat Tufts University 67-61 in the final round of the Chuck Resler Tournament. [read more]



Women Start Strong With 58-40 Win

11/20/2009

The Rochester women’s basketball kicked off their season with a solid win over the SUNY Oneonta Red Dragons in the opening round of the Chuck Resler Tournament.

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Balanced Scoring Propels Men On Opening Night

11/20/2009

Three Yellowjackets scored in double figures as the University of Rochester men’s basketball team defeated visiting Green Mountain College 68-59 in the opening round of the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Eleven Gridders Honored by Liberty League

11/19/2009

Eleven football players from the University of Rochester have earned All-Liberty League honors for 2009 in balloting conducted among the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Men Gearing Up for 2009-10 Hoop Season

11/19/2009

One of the largest teams in school history - 19 in all- will open the 2009-10 basketball season on Friday night at 8 in the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Women Optimistic as 2009-10 Hoop Season Approaches

11/19/2009

With six four-year players gone from last season, some observers may feel that the women’s basketball team at the University of Rochester faces a rebuilding year. Not so fast...[read more]



Men Advance to Sweet 16 With 3-0 Win

11/15/2009

Rochester scored three times from free kicks and went on to a 3-0 victory over Plattsburgh State in the second round of the NCAA Division II men's soccer playoffs.[read more]



Rochester Edged by Rowan in Round Two

11/15/2009

Jess Babice scored on a breakaway with 13:30 to play to give visiting Rowan University a 1-0 win over Rochester in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.[read more]



Gridders Fall In Centennial Cup

11/14/2009

ADam Barrett and Kapps Killingstad had career days, but visiting Hobart retained possession of the Centennial Cup in the football finale on Saturday.[read more]



Women Top Westfield, 4-0, in NCAAs

11/14/2009

Rochester scored three first half goals and went on to a 4-0 victory over Westfield State in the first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women's Swimming and Diving Falls to Union

11/14/2009

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Strong Finish Propels Men's Swimming and Diving Past Union

11/14/2009

A first place finish in the final event of the day, the 400 Freestyle Relay, helped propel the University of Rochester men’s swimming and diving team to a narrow 152-146 victory at Union College. [read more]



Men's XC Finishes Eighth at NCAA Atlantic Regional

11/14/2009

The University of Rochester men’s cross country team finished eighth out of 38 teams at the NCAA Atlantic Regionals held at Letchworth State Park. [read more]



Two From Women's XC Earn All-Region Honors After Meet

11/14/2009

Lauren Norton and Megan O'Connor were both selected for the All-Region Team for their finishes at the NCAA Atlantic Regionals held at Letchworth State Park.[read more]



Three Earn Season Honors from Liberty League

11/13/2009

Three University of Rochester field hockey players have earned All-Liberty League honors. [read more]



Seven from Women's Soccer Earn All-UAA Honors

11/13/2009

Seven members of the University of Rochester women’s soccer team received All-UAA honors for the 2009 season.[read more]



Six From Men's Soccer Earn All-UAA Honors

11/13/2009

Six members of the University of Rochester men’s soccer team have earned All-UAA selections for the 2009 season.[read more]



Family support a mainstay for Sosa

11/13/2009

Pedro Sosa’s family might just be as dedicated to his success as he is. [read more]



Three Spikers Honored by UAA

11/12/2009

Three members of the women’s volleyball team at the University of Rochester have been recognized for their play this season by the coaches in the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Plattsburgh Advances to Face UR Men

11/12/2009

Plattsburgh State won a penalty kick shootout over Bowdoin College and will play at Rochester in the NCAA Division III tournament on Sunday.[read more]



Men Will Host Second Round NCAA Soccer

11/9/2009

Rochester's men have earned a first round bye for the NCAA playoffs this year and wil host a second-round match on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Women To Host Four-Team NCAA Soccer Event

11/9/2009

Rochester will host a four-team group in the opening rounds of the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championships this Saturday and Sunday at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Defense Comes Up Big for Gridders

11/7/2009

Brendan Pidgeon, Dan Reynolds, and Chris Pesota all made big plays on defense in the fourth quarter to help Rochester secure a 20-7 football win at St. Lawrence.[read more]



Men Knot Case, 0-0; Share UAA Title

11/7/2009

Rochester earned a share of the University Athletic Association soccer title are dueling host Case Western Reserve, 0-0, through double overtime on Saturday night.[read more]



Women Tie for UAA Crown After 0-0 Result

11/7/2009

Rochester is a co-champion in the University Athletic Association women's soccer race after battling Case Western Reserve to a 0-0 tie through two overtimes on Saturday night.[read more]



Rochester Finishes 7th at UAA VB Champs

11/7/2009

Rochester defeated Carnegie Mellon, three sets to one, in the seventh place match at the University Athletic Association women's volleyball championships.[read more]



Washington and NYU Top Spikers at UAAs

11/6/2009

Rochester lost, 3-0, to both third-ranked Washington University and unranked New York University on the first day of the University Athletic Association women's volleyball championships.[read more]



Three Women Earn Weekly Honors

11/3/2009

Three University of Rochester women were selected for weekly honors after the tri-meet with NYU and Case Western Reserve.[read more]



Howard Earns Liberty League Honors

11/3/2009

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Cady Selected by UAA for Athlete of the Week

11/3/2009

Rochester forward Scott Cady has been selected by the University Athletic Association (UAA) as the men’s soccer offensive athlete of the week for the week ending November 2, 2009.[read more]



UAA Honors Varin After Weekend's Performance

11/3/2009

Rochester forward Bridgette Varin has been selected by the University Athletic Association (UAA) as the women’s soccer offensive player of the week for her efforts in two Yellowjacket wins over the weekend.[read more]



Spikers Down Fisher 3-0 in Home Finale

11/3/2009

The women's volleyball team defeated St. John Fisher College, 25-21, 25-21, 25-23, in the final regular-season match at the Palestra Tuesday night.[read more]



Men's Soccer Tied for UAA Lead After 1-0 Victory

11/1/2009

Scott Cady broke a scoreless tie in the 14th minute as the University of Rochester men’s soccer team defeated #9 Carnegie Mellon 1-0 on senior day.[read more]



Coleman, Varin Lead Rochester Past Carnegie Mellon

11/1/2009

Ellen Coleman scored with less than two minutes to play in the first half and Bridgette Varin tacked on the game winner in the second half as the University of Rochester women’s soccer team defeated Carnegie Mellon 2-1 on senior day.[read more]



Men's Cross Country Finishes Sixth At UAA Championship

10/31/2009

The University of Rochester men’s cross country team finished in sixth place in team competition at the 2009 UAA Cross Country Championship held in Cleveland, Ohio. [read more]



Snyder Leads Yellowjackets at XC Championships

10/31/2009

Hillary Snyder was the Yellowjackets top finisher at the 2009 UAA Cross Country Championship held in Cleveland, Ohio.[read more]



Alfred's Fast Start Carries Saxons Past Rochester

10/31/2009

High-scoring Alfred University produced three big plays in the first quarter and rode the emotional lift to a 51-14 football victory over the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Volleyball Tops Sage After Fredonia Loss

10/31/2009

Rochester bounced back from a 3-2 loss to Fredonia at the Vassar College Invitational to down Sage College, 3-0, on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Men Produce Solid Effort vs. NYU and Case

10/31/2009

In a double-dual meet that finished up Saturday afernoon, the men's swimming and diving team produced top-three finishes in close to 10 events.[read more]



Women Out-Point Case, Fall to NYU

10/31/2009

The women's swimming and diving team split a double-dual with NYU and Case on Saturday afternoon. Rochester defeated Case and was beaten by NYU.[read more]



Men's Soccer Downs Emory 2-0

10/30/2009

Scott Cady scored his sixth goal of the season to give the University of Rochester men’s soccer team a 1-0 lead and Jake Cargill added an insurance goal with less than 15 minutes to play as the Yellowjackets defeated visiting Emory University 2-0 on Frida[read more]



Varin Powers Yellowjackets Past Emory With Overtime Goal

10/30/2009

Bridgette Varin's overtime goal powered the #10 Yellowjackets past Emory University under the lights of Fauver Stadium. [read more]



Strong Showing for Womens Swimming and Diving After Day One

10/30/2009

Through five events, Rochester leads Case Western 85-35 but trails NYU 72-52.[read more]



Men's Swimming and Diving Tied With Case, Trails NYU After Day One

10/30/2009

After day one, the University of Rochester men’s swimming and diving team is deadlocked with Case Western Reserve at 63 while trailing NYU by just one (61-60).[read more]



Spikers Split at Vassar Tournament

10/30/2009

Rochester dropped a five-setter to host Vassar, then beat Stevens, 3-2, in matches that went 33-31 and 27-25.[read more]



Field Hockey Blanks Brockport in Finale

10/28/2009

Rochester capped off its field hockey season by shutting out the University at Brockport, 5-0, at Fauver Stadium on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Lang and Norton Honored By UAA After NYSCTC Championship

10/27/2009

Sophomore Lauren Norton and Junior Brian Lang were selected by the UAA as Athlete of the Week for their respective performances at the 2009 New York State Collegiate Track Conference Cross Country Championships this past weekend.[read more]



W. Soccer Upended at RIT

10/27/2009

RIT's Allyson Pisher chipped the ball into the goal with less than two minutes to play to give the Tigers a 2-1 victory over Rochester in women's soccer.[read more]



Late Skidmore Goal Edges Field Hockey, 4-3

10/25/2009

Rochester battled gallantly against 11th-ranked Skidmore and tied the score twice before the Thoroughbreds emerged with a 4-3 win at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



'Jackets Defeat Red-Hot NC Wesleyan, 3-2

10/25/2009

Rochester scored three times in a span of six minutes midway through the second half and posted a 3-2 victory over North Carolina Wesleyan.[read more]



Yellowjackets Defeat WPI on Gridiron

10/24/2009

Rochester used two fourth quarter touchdowns to defeat visiting WPI at Edwin Fauver Stadium, 24-17, on Saturday.[read more]



Field Hockey Falls in OT to Union

10/24/2009

Visiting Union College scored 4:38 into sudden death overtime on Saturday afternoon to defeat the University of Rochester, 3-2, in field hockey at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Finish Third at NYSCTC Meet

10/24/2009

Rochester placed four in the top 20 enroute to a third place finish out of 10 schools at the NYS Collegiate Track Conference Cross Country Championships.[read more]



Men Finish Second at NYSCTC XC Meet

10/24/2009

Rochester ran to a second place team finish at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women's Soccer Blanks Fisher, 1-0

10/24/2009

Marissa Braverman headed in a corner kick late in the first half and the University of Rochester rode the goal to a 1-0 victory over St. John Fisher.[read more]



Tully Honored by D3football.com

10/21/2009

Rochester senior linebacker Trenten Tully was named to the D3football.com Team of the Week for his performance against Merchant Marine.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins Seventh Straight

10/21/2009

Rochester ran its field hockey winning streak to seven matches with a 2-0 victory at Utica College on Wednesday evening.[read more]



Volleyball Defeated at Nazareth

10/21/2009

Three days after finishing the UAA Round Robin in New York City, Rochester lost, 3-0, at Nazareth College.[read more]



White-Stellato and Pidgeon Honored by Liberty League

10/20/2009

The Liberty League has selected place kicker Zachary White-Stellato as the Special Teams Performer of the Week and linebacker Brendan Pidgeon as the Rookie of the Week for the week ending October 19.[read more]



Field Hockey Earns Two Weekly Honors

10/20/2009

The Liberty League has selected Anna Dobrzynski as Offensive Performer of the Week and Danielle Pearson as Defensive Performer of the Week for the week ending October 19. [read more]



Golfers Finish Second at NYU Invitational

10/18/2009

Rochester finished second out of 13 teams at the NYU/Manhattanville Golf Invitational after rain kayoed the second day of play.[read more]



Dobrzynski's Hat Trick Propels Yellowjackets to Sixth Straight

10/18/2009

Anna Dobrzynski scored all three Yellowjacket goals as the University of Rochester won their sixth consecutive game by defeating Washington and Jefferson 3-0 on Sunday afternoon. [read more]



Spikers Downed by Chicago and CMU at UAAs

10/18/2009

The University of Rochester women's volleyball team lost, 3-1 to Carnegie Mellon, and 3-0 to the University of Chicago, at the UAA Round Robin hosted by NYU.[read more]



Weiner Finishes Sixth at ITAs

10/18/2009

University of Rochester junior Lia Weiner finished sixth after dropping a three-set match to Kathryn Schmidt of Carleton College at the ITA National Championships.[read more]



UR Players Reach Two State Tennis Finals

10/18/2009

One singles player from Rochester and one doubles combination reached the championship round of the New York State women’s tennis championships being hosted by Ithaca College.[read more]



Women Edged in OT at Washington

10/18/2009

Host Washington University scored in the fifth minute of sudden death overtime to edge the University of Rochester, 2-1, in women's soccer.[read more]



Blivin's Late Goal Downs Bears

10/18/2009

For the second time this season, Chris Blivin scored a late goal - and this one carried Rochester past Washington University in men's soccer.[read more]



Football Rolls Past USMMA, 52-21

10/17/2009

The University of Rochester defense produced six turnovers and rolled past the U.S.M.M.A., 52-21, on Long Island on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Run to 4th Place Finish at Yellowjacket Inv.

10/17/2009

Rochester finished fourth out of nine teams at the Yellowjacket Invitational in Genesee Valley Park on Saturday.[read more]



Men Run to Second Place Finish at Home Invite

10/17/2009

The University of Rochester men's cross country teams put together one of its best efforts of the season in the Yellowjacket Invitational at Genesee Valley Park on Saturday.[read more]



Spikers Lose to NYU and Emory

10/17/2009

Rochester lost to host NYU, 3-0, and to Emory, 3-1, at the second UAA Round Robin which is being staged this weekend.[read more]



Weiner Advances to Fifth Place Match at ITAs

10/16/2009

Lia Weiner won by scores of 6-2, 6-2 to advance to the fifth place match at the ITA Small College Championship in Mobile, Alabama.[read more]



Men's Soccer Edged in OT

10/16/2009

The University of Chicago scored with six seconds left in the first sudden death period to upend the University of Rochester, 1-0, in a men's soocer match on Friday night.[read more]



Four Win Twice for Women's Tennis

10/16/2009

Four women won in both singles and doubles for the women's tennis team at the New York State Championships being hosted by Ithaca College.[read more]



Women Top #11 Chicago, 3-1

10/16/2009

Bridgette Varin scored twice in the second half to snap a 1-1 tie and spark Rochester to a 3-1 women's soccer victory over the University of Chicago.[read more]



Weiner Beaten In First Round of ITAs

10/15/2009

Rochester junior Lia Weiner lost to second-seeded Kendra Higgins in the first round of the ITA National Championships in Mobile, Ala.[read more]



Field Hockey Rallies Past Ithaca

10/14/2009

Shelby Hall scored on a rebound of her own shot just 2:21 into overtime as the University of Rochester rallied to defeat Ithaca College, 3-2, in field hockey.[read more]



Golf Finishes Second at Nazareth Invitational

10/13/2009

The University of Rochester men’s golf team finished in second place atthe Nazareth Invitational at Irondequoit Country Club. [read more]



Women Earn Silver Medal at Head of Genesee

10/13/2009

Rochester's First Varsity 8 earned a silver medal in its race at the Head of The Genesee Regatta on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Weiner Focused on Succeeding at ITAs

10/13/2009

University of Rochester junior Lia Weiner makes her second consecutive appearance at the ITA National Championships this week.[read more]



Fifth-Ranked Amherst Blanks Men's Tennis

10/11/2009

Amherst College, the fifth-ranked team in Division III, posed a 9-0 victory over the University of Rochester in men's tennis mid-day Sunday.[read more]



Susquehanna Edges Rochester

10/10/2009

Visiting Susquehanna scored 10 second half points and held off a late Rochester charge to secure a 17-14 win.[read more]



Field Hockey Stays Hot Behind Bottchers Hat Trick

10/10/2009

Senior Forward Christi Bottcher scored three goals, including the game winner, to give the University of Rochester a 7-5 win over visiting RPI in Liberty League field hockey action.[read more]



Spikers Down Buffalo State & Keuka

10/10/2009

Rochester defeated Buffalo State and Keuka College by identical 3-1 scores in women's volleyball on Saturday.[read more]



Men Run Fifth at Hamilton

10/10/2009

Rochester got a good assesement of its depth in cross country as the Yellowjackets finished fifth out of 13 teams at the Hamilton College Invitational.[read more]



Women Tie for Second at Hamilton

10/10/2009

The University of Rochester women's cross country team tied Ithaca College for second place at the Hamilton College Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Men's Soccer Rallies Past Brandeis

10/10/2009

Second half goals by J.J. Dennstedt and Scott Cady carried the men's soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Brandeis on Saturday evening.[read more]



Women's Soccer Wins 5th Straight!

10/10/2009

Kirsten Ross scored early in the first half and the defense made it stand up for a 1-0 women's soccer victory over Brandeis on Saturday evening.[read more]



Men's Tennis Cruises Past Fisher

10/9/2009

Men's tennis cruised to a 9-0 victory over visiting St. John Fisher College on Thursday.[read more]



Field Hockey Downs Vassar, Wins Third Straight

10/9/2009

Shayna McKie and Anna Dobrzynski each scored one goal as the University of Rochester defeated Vassar College to win their third straight game.[read more]



Dennstedt and Proud Earn Athlete of the Week Honors

10/6/2009

Two Yellowjackets were selected by the UAA as Athlete of the Week.[read more]



Field Hockey Rolls Past Elmira

10/6/2009

The University of Rochester evened its field hockey record at 5-5 with a 5-1 victory over winless Elmira College at Edwin Fauver Stadium Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Women's Soccer Extends Shutout Streak with Win over Naz

10/6/2009

The University of Rochester women’s soccer team extended its shutout streak, and its winning streak, to four games after a 2-0 win over visiting Nazareth College on Tuesday night. [read more]



Geneseo Edges Women's Tennis, 5-4

10/6/2009

Unbeaten SUNY Geneseo ran its record to 10-0 with a 5-4 victory over the University of Rochester in women's tennis on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Two Advance in Opening Round of ITA

10/5/2009

The University of Rochester Men’s Tennis team posted a singles and a doubles victory in the opening round of the ITA Regional tournament in Willingboro, New Jersey. [read more]



Spikers 0-3 at First VB Round Robin

10/4/2009

Rochester was beaten by Case Western Reserve, Washington, and Brandeis in the UAA Volleyball Round Robin event over the weekend on campus.[read more]



Gridders Top #23 RPI on the Road

10/3/2009

It was a joyous homecoming for placekicker Zachary White-Stellato. He booted a career high three field goals as Rochester upended 23rd-ranked RPI, 16-10.[read more]



Dennstedt Lifts Yellowjackets to Win in Conference Opener

10/3/2009

J.J. Dennstedt’s goal in the 25th minute was enough to lift the University of Rochester to a 1-0 victory over NYU in the UAA conference opener for both teams.[read more]



Women Run Strong at Geneseo Invite

10/3/2009

The University of Rochester women's cross country team finished fourth overall (third among college teams) out of 23 at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational.[read more]



Men Are Third Overall at Geneseo Invite

10/3/2009

With all five runners finishing in the top 21, the University of Rochester men's cross country team finished third overall at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational.[read more]



Women Outscore NYU, 5-0, in UAA Opener

10/3/2009

Rochester capitalized on two rebounds in the first half, then scored three times in the second half to snag a 5-0 victory over New York University in women's soccer.[read more]



Norton Named NYSCTC Runner of the Week

10/2/2009

Rochester sophomore Lauren Norton was named the women's cross country Runner of the Week by the New York State Collegiate Track Conference.[read more]



Spikers Fall to Roberts, 3-1

10/1/2009

In their last match before the UAA Volleyball Round Robin, the Yellowjackets lost, 3-1, to Roberts Wesleyan College at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Post 9-0 Tennis Win Over Brockport

9/30/2009

With six consecutive straight-set wins in singles, Rochester defeated SUNY Brockport, 9-0, and ran its record to 3-0 in dual matches.[read more]



Case Goal at 0:00 Beats 18th-Ranked Herons

9/30/2009

Amanda Case scored in a flurry after a penalty corner with all zeros on the clock and Rochester defeated 18th-ranked William Smith, 2-1, in field hockey at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Two Quick Strikes Lift Men's Soccer to Win

9/29/2009

Scott Cady scored thirteen seconds into the game and Scott Zorn added another one minute later to propel the Yellowjackets to a 3-1 win over visiting RIT. [read more]



Women's Tennis Tops Nazareth

9/29/2009

Rochester won its second dual match of the season with a 9-0 victory over Nazareth College in women's tennis.[read more]



Youngentob is LL Rookie of the Year!

9/27/2009

Rochester freshman Marc Youngentob earned Rookie of the Year honors at the Liberty League Golf Championships at St. Lawrence on Sunday.[read more]



Weiner Defends Her Title at ITAs!

9/27/2009

Rochester junior Lia Weiner successfully defended her singles title at the ITA Regional Championships and will play at nationals next month.[read more]



Women's Soccer Defeats Utica, 7-0

9/26/2009

Rochester scored three goals in a span of nine minutes in the first half and went on to a 7-0 victory over Utica College in women's soccer at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Blaze to Harry Anderson Title

9/26/2009

The University of Rochester took six of the first eight places and won the Harry Anderson Women’s Cross Country Invitational at Roberts Wesleyan College.[read more]



Spikers Split at Hamilton Tourney

9/26/2009

The women's volleyball team split its Saturday matches at the Hamilton Invitational on Saturday. Rochester defeated Regis College, 3-0, and lost to Skidmore, 3-1.[read more]



Union Squeezes Past Yellowjackets

9/26/2009

Justin Gallo caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Drew Connolly with 10 seconds left to carry visiting Union College to a 28-21 victory over the University of Rochester at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Golfers Third at LL Champs on Day One

9/26/2009

Rochester is in third place at the Liberty League golf championships after the first day of action in the North Country.[read more]



Men Race to Roberts XC Title

9/26/2009

With the first five scorers finishing in the top eight, Rochester easily ran to the team title at the Harry Anderson Men’s Cross Country Invitational.[read more]



Field Hockey Blanked at Hamilton

9/26/2009

Host Hamilton scored twice in the second half and went on to a 2-0 field hockey victory over the University of Rochester.[read more]



Saints Defeat Field Hockey

9/25/2009

Host St. Lawrence scored two goals in the first 11 minutes and went on to a 7-1 field hockey victory over the University of Rochester on Friday.[read more]



Spikers Win Twice at Hamilton Inv.

9/25/2009

The University of Rochester defeated Hamilton, 3-2, and Gordon College (Mass.), 3-0, in the opening matches of the Hamilton College Invitational.[read more]



Weiner, Tseng Advance in ITAs

9/25/2009

Lia Weiner and Frances Tseng have advanced through the early rounds of the ITA Northeast Regional Women's Tennis Championships at William Smith College.[read more]



Garnish Awards at Halftime Saturday

9/23/2009

Rochester faculty, staff, and students can attend Saturday's football game free and see the presentation of the Garnish Awards at halftime.[read more]



Cady Nets Two in Men's Soccer Win

9/22/2009

Scott Cady scored two goals and J.J. Dennstedt had a goal and assist as the men's soccer team defeated Nazareth, 4-1.[read more]



Volleyball Falls to RIT, 3-0

9/22/2009

Rochester Institute of Technology defeated the Yellowjackets, 3-0, in a women's volleyball match at Clark Gymnasium on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Golfers Top D3s at Allegheny Tr.

9/21/2009

Rochester finished first among Division III teams at the Guy Kuhn Memorial Tournament hosted by Alleghney College.[read more]



Women Nip Union, 1-0, for Road OT Win

9/20/2009

Erin Carballo scored midway through the first overtime period as the University of Rochester defeated Union College, 1-0, in women's soccer.[read more]



Men Duel 0-0 At Fourth-Ranked Hobart

9/20/2009

Michael Peacock made four saves to earn his third solo shutout this year as the men's soccer team tied fourth-ranked Hobart, 0-0, through double overtime.[read more]



One Finalist for Men at SLU Tennis Classic

9/20/2009

Matt Volkov reached the championship match of the C Singles at the St. Lawrence University Fall Classic over the weekend in the North Country.[read more]



Golf Second Among D3s at Allegheny

9/20/2009

Rochester is second among Division III schools at the Guy Kuhn Golf Invitational through the first day of scoring.[read more]



Women Roll at UBuffalo XC Opener

9/19/2009

Rochester placed five runners among the first 46 through the tape at the Division I-heavy UBuffalo Stampede Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Men Third Overall at UB XC Invite

9/19/2009

Rochester's men's cross country team ran a strong race on Saturday at the Division I-laden UBuffalo Stampede and nearly won the team title.[read more]



Spikers Third at RIT Invitational

9/19/2009

Rochester defeated SUNY Geneseo, 3-1, for the second time in five days, to claim third place at the RIT Volleyball Invitational.[read more]



Football Rally Falls Just Short in Courage Bowl

9/19/2009

Fueled by a timely defense and the strong right arm of sophomore quarterback Braezen Subick, Rochester staged a magnificent rally before falling just short, 35-33, against St. John Fisher in Courage Bowl V.[read more]



Women's Harriers Ready for the Challenge of 2009

9/18/2009

With a solid nucleus numbering more than 12, the women's cross country team heads into the 2009 season looking to improve on a good 2008 campaign.[read more]



Men's X-Country Displays Balance and Depth

9/18/2009

The 2009 University of Rochester Men’s Cross Country team balances veteran leadership with a healthy dose of immerging freshman talent as they look to improve on last year.[read more]



Field Hockey Edges Hartwick on Road

9/18/2009

Anna Dobrzynski scored one goal in each half as the University of Rochester defeated Hartwick, 2-1 in field hockey.[read more]



Volleyball Wins Group Play at RIT

9/18/2009

The women's volleyball team defeated Fredonia, 3-2, and Ithaca, 3-1, to win its group at the RIT Tournament on Friday night.[read more]



Fifth-Ranked Herons Edge Women's Soccer

9/17/2009

Fifth-ranked William Smith College scored on a rebound with 2:26 left in the second sudden-death overtime period to nip Rochester, 1-0, in women's soccer.[read more]



Women's Tennis Dominates in First Dual Match

9/16/2009

The University of Rochester Women’s Tennis team won their first dual match of the season after defeating RIT 9-0 on Wednesday.[read more]



Balance Leads Spikers Past Geneseo

9/15/2009

With three players getting at least nine kills, the women's volleyball team defeatd SUNY Geneseo, 3-1, on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Men's Tennis Fifth in Flower City Tr.

9/13/2009

The University of Rochester men's tennis team defated Nazareth, 9-0, and RIT, 8-1, to claim fith place at the Flower City Tournament.[read more]



Men's Soccer Ties Clarkson, 0-0, in 2 OTs

9/13/2009

The men's soccer team posted its third shutout of the season with a 0-0 tie vs. Clarkson on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



UR Frosh Is Top American Finisher at SLU Golf Invite

9/13/2009

University of Rochester freshman golfer Marc Youngentob finished with the lowest score among 58 golfers from American colleges at the St. Lawrence Invitational over the weekend.[read more]



Women's Tennis Dominates at William Smith Tr.

9/13/2009

Rochester won the top singles and doubles crowns at the Mary Hosking Tennis Invitational hosted over the weekend by William Smith College.[read more]



13th-Ranked Case Tops Yellowjackets

9/12/2009

Visiting Case Western Reserve ran to a 45-14 victory over the Yellowjackets in Rochester's football opener on Saturday at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women's Soccer Knots St. Lawrence

9/12/2009

Rochester settled for a 1-1 tie in double overtime vs. St. Lawrence in the unofficial championship game of the Clarion Hotel Soccer Classic at SUNY Fredonia.[read more]



Volleyball Splits at Hiram Tourney Saturday

9/12/2009

The women's volleyball team split 3-0 decisions at the Hiram Tournament on Saturday. The Yellowjackets lost to Walsh, then defeated Marietta.[read more]



Scranton Edges Rochester Field Hockey

9/12/2009

The Yellowjackets put on tremendous second half pressure, but couldn't get the equalizer in a 2-1 loss at the Univerity of Scranton.[read more]



Golf Shoots 307 on Day One at SLU

9/12/2009

With four men breaking 80, the Yellowjacket golf team opened up with a score of 307 on the first day of the St. Lawrence Invitational.[read more]



Field Hockey Falls to Geneseo

9/11/2009

The University of Rochester field hockey team fell to visiting Geneseo 2-1 on Friday.[read more]



Men's Soccer Improves to 3-0 with Overtime Win

9/11/2009

Scott Cady's header in overtime propeled the Yellowjackets to a 3-0 start.[read more]



Coleman's Header Gives Gurnett #400

9/11/2009

Sophomore striker Ellen Coleman headed in a cross from Marissa Braverman late in the first sudden death overtime as Rochester edged Penn State Behrend, 1-0.[read more]



Volleyball Rally Just Short at Hiram

9/11/2009

The women's volleyball team rallied from a 2-0 deficit against host Hiram College before losing, 3-2, in the first round of the Hiram Tournament.[read more]



Second Half Spurt Carries UR Past Nazareth

9/9/2009

Anna Dobrzynski scored two goals and Amanda Case had one as Rochester defeated Nazareth, 3-0, in field hockey at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Big Home Crowd Fuels VB Win Over Ithaca

9/8/2009

Rochester won its fourth straight match, this time in front of more than 500 at the Palestra.[read more]



Men's Soccer Captures Flower City Classic Title

9/7/2009

Scott Zorn and Jake Cargill scored 16 minutes apart in the second half as Rochester pulled away for a 4-2 men’s soccer win over SUNY Cortland in the Flower City Soccer Classic. [read more]



'Jackets Tie New Paltz 1-1 in Flower City Cl.

9/6/2009

Rochester won the team title at the Flower City Soccer Classic on goal difference after tying New Paltz, 1-1, in double overtime at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Field Hockey's Burst Tops OWU

9/5/2009

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Volleyball Finishes Strong at Cortland Tournament

9/5/2009

The University of Rochester volleyball team won the silver pool by defeating SUNY Potsdam 3-0 and Montclair State 3-2 in the Red Dragon Invitational.[read more]



Proud Sets Up One, Scores One in Win

9/5/2009

Phil Proud scored one goal and set up the other as the University of Rochester defeated SUNY Oswego, 2-0, in the opening round of the Flower City Soccer Classic.[read more]



Four Second Half Goals Lift Rochester to Victory

9/4/2009

Lindsay Rood’s goal in the 60th minute broke a 1-1 tie as the University of Rochester defeated Fredonia State 4-1 in the opening game of the Flower City Classic.[read more]



Spikers Split at Cortland Tournament

9/4/2009

Rochester bounced back to defeat Skidmore, 3-1, in the SUNY Cortland Red Dragon Volleyball Classic after the Yellowjackets lost to SUNY Fredonia, 3-0.[read more]



Women's Soccer Has 6 pm Start

9/3/2009

The women's soccer home opener on Friday will kick off at 6 pm in Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



#9 Cortland Tops Field Hockey

9/3/2009

Ninth-ranked SUNY Cortland scored two goals in each half and posted a 4-1 victory over the University of Rochester in field hockey.[read more]



Field Hockey Ready for the Challenge of 2009

9/2/2009

With seven seniors leading the way, the 2009 University of Rochester field hockey team is poised for a breakthrough season.[read more]



Blivin's Late Goal Lifts Rochester Over Fisher

9/1/2009

Chris Blivin broke a scoreless tie with just over one minute remaining in the game as host University of Rochester defeated St. John Fisher College 1-0.[read more]



Women Blank Brockport in Opener

9/1/2009

Ellen Coleman, Jessica Smith, and Bridget Kehm scored one goal apiece to fuel the University of Rochester to a 3-0 victory over SUNY Brockport.[read more]



Women Sparked by Eight Senior Leaders

8/31/2009

Eight seniors form that leadership crux for the women’s soccer team at the University of Rochester. They helped the team advance to post-season play in each of their first three seasons.[read more]



Men Trying for Fifth Straight Bid

8/31/2009

The 2009 season looks to be a promising one for the men’s soccer team at the University of Rochester. Only four seniors are gone from a team that was 14-3-2 in 2008.[read more]



Four Named CSCAA Scholar All-Americans

8/6/2009

Four individuals and both Rochester men's and women's teams have been honored for academic achievement by the College Swim Coaches Association of America.[read more]



Have You Heard? Hauben Leads US to Gold

7/31/2009

Former All-American Seth Hauben helped Team USA win a gold medal at the Maccabiah Games in Israel in late July.[read more]



Margaret Yerdon Named Head Softball Coach

7/29/2009

Margaret Yerdon, who has been an assistant coach for the past five seasons, has been named the head softball coach at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Women's Track Honored by USTFCCCA

7/9/2009

The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association has named the University’s women’s track and field team as one of the finest academic teams in the nation.[read more]



Pecor Named GCAA Scholar-All American

7/9/2009

For the second consecutive year, Jon Pecor of the University of Rochester has been honored as one of the nation’s best small college scholar-athletes a national coaching organization.[read more]



Men's Track Honored by USTFCCCA

7/8/2009

The men's track and field program at the University has been honored as one of the nation's most accomplished academic teams by its national coaching body.[read more]



Two Cited as Track Scholar-Athletes

7/7/2009

Two members of the University’s women’s track and field team have been honored nationally for a combination of athletic skill and academic excellence.[read more]



Women's Rowing Is Officially a Varsity Sport!

6/30/2009

When the new academic year begins at the University, women’s rowing will make its debut as a varsity sport. The women’s program operated as a club sport for more than 20 years.[read more]



Good Runs Against Tough Fields

6/28/2009

As the only Division III competitors in their events at the USA Track and Field Junior Nationals, Rochester athletes James Vavra and Jason Zayac gave good accounts of themselves.[read more]



Two Frosh at Junior Nationals

6/23/2009

Two men who just completed their freshman seasons at the University will run this weekend at the United States Track & Field Association Junior National Championships.[read more]



Sam Albert Named Director of Track & Field

6/18/2009

Sam Albert, who competed and coached track and field at the University of Rochester, has been named to the newly created position of Director of Track and Field.[read more]



Antista Earns Academic All-District Honors

6/10/2009

Jonathan (Jon) Antista, who combined solid running skills with an illustrious academic career, has earned Academic All-District honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Weiner Is an ITA All-American!

6/10/2009

Rochester sophomore Lia Weiner has been named an All-American by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. She is a native of Sarasota, Fla. and an alumnus of Riverview High School.[read more]



Macaluso, Grimes Earn Top ECAC Honors

6/3/2009

University of Rochester sophomore Lindsay Macaluso and freshman Kim Grimes have earned two top individual player honors from the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference for their softball skills.[read more]



Toland, Sullivan Named ABCA All-Region

5/22/2009

Seniors Ryan Sullivan and Paul Toland earned All-New York Region honors for the 2009 season after voting conducted by members of the American Baseball Coaches Association.[read more]



Three Are All-Region for Women's Lax

5/22/2009

Lindsay Dakin, Mary Kate Hannan, and Abby Woodward, who were the top three scorers for the women’s lacrosse team this year, have earned All-Region honors.[read more]



Marriott Wins the Spurrier Award

5/22/2009

Julie Marriott, who helped the women’s basketball team earn four consecutive NCAA playoff bids, was honored as the senior woman who has contributed the most to the intercollegiate athletic program.[read more]



Chmielowiec Wins the Alexander Award

5/22/2009

Mike Chmielowiec, the senior guard on the men’s basketball team, was honored for his overall contributions with the presentation of the Louis Alexander Award from the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Bristow Honored with Vitone Sportsmanship Award

5/21/2009

Jim Bristow, who has helped the squash team on a number of levels, was presented with the John Vitone Award from the University’s Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Fisher Wins Fabricant Sportsmanship Award

5/21/2009

Marlena Fisher, who earned eight varsity letters between women’s basketball and women’s lacrosse, received the Sylvia Fabricant Award from the Department of Athletics and Recreation. [read more]



Goico Named Department's Female Scholar

5/20/2009

Sara Goico, a senior midfielder on the women’s soccer team, was presented with the University’s Department of Athletics Female Scholar-Athlete Award. [read more]



Stack Named Department's Male Scholar

5/20/2009

Matthew Stack, who earned fall honors for his football skills and his academic ability, was selected as the winner of the University’s Male Scholar-Athlete Award.[read more]



Ameno Honored as an All-American!

5/15/2009

University of Rochester senior pitcher Beth Ameno capped off a brilliant career by being named a Third Team All-American by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. [read more]



Cinella, Redhead Are Top 8 at ECACs

5/15/2009

Jacqueline Cinella and Jonelle Redhead finished in the top eight in their events for the women's outdoor track and field team at the ECAC Championships hosted by Springfield College. [read more]



Lang and Chebot Finish in Top 8 for Men

5/15/2009

With distance performers Brian Lang and Dan Chebot coming through in their events, the men's track and field team finished in 35th place overall at the ECAC Championships hosted by Springfield College.[read more]



Eleven Named All-League in Softball

5/13/2009

Rochester dominated the post-season softball accolades for the Liberty League. The Yellowjackets won the three major individual honors (Player of the Year, Pitcher of the Year, Rookie of the Year) and took the league’s Coaching Staff of the Year award. [read more]



Baseball Falls to RPI in LL Playoffs

5/9/2009

Top-seeded Rensselaer scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth and went on to an 8-6 victory over the University of Rochester in the Liberty League baseball championships.[read more]



Cortland Defeats Rochester, 7-1, in NCAA Softball

5/9/2009

Donnalyn Cross hit a bases-loaded triple in the top of the fifth to snap a 1-1 tie and carry SUNY Cortland to a 7-1 victory over the University of Rochester in a winner’s bracket game of the NCAA Division III playoffs.[read more]



Buffalo State Edges Softball, 3-2, in NCAAs

5/9/2009

Nicole Sabuda grounded a single through a drawn-in infield to score Carly Lopez in the bottom of the seventh inning as Buffalo State College defeated the University of Rochester, 3-2, in an elimination game of the NCAA Division III Softball Playoffs.[read more]



Seven-Run Third Propels Rochester Past Keuka

5/8/2009

The University of Rochester broke the game open with seven runs in the third inning and defeated Keuka College, 10-2, in a second round NCAA softball playoff game at Ithaca College.[read more]



Clarkson Blanks Baseball, 6-0, in LL First Round

5/8/2009

Austin Pitkin threw a complete-game five hitter with three walks and nine strikeouts to lead third-seeded Clarkson past Rochester, 6-0, in the opening round of the Liberty League baseball playoffs. [read more]



Ameno One-Hits Kings in NCAAs

5/7/2009

Beth Ameno pitched a one-hitter and struck out six as the University of Rochester defeated King's College of Pennsylvania, 4-0, in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Softball Playoffs at Ithaca College.[read more]



Seventeen League Honors for Baseball

5/7/2009

With nine honored by the Liberty League and seven by the UAA, Rochester's post-season haul of trophies is extremely large this spring.[read more]



Four Earn NFCA All-Region Honors in Softball

5/5/2009

Four University of Rochester student-athletes have earned All-Region honors in softball from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.[read more]



Softball Seeded Second at Ithaca Regional

5/4/2009

The University of Rochester is seeded second in its bracket for the NCAA Division III Softball Championships being hosted at Ithaca College.[read more]



Men Finish Fifth At State Champs

5/2/2009

The University of Rochester men's outdoor track and field team finished in fifth place out of nine schools at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championships.[read more]



Dunbar, Cinella Win State Titles!

5/2/2009

Latoya Dunbar and Jackie Cinella won individual titles at the New York State Collegiate Track Conferecne outdoor championships at St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Four Reap Liberty Honors in Lacrosse

5/1/2009

Four women, who have been instrumental to the success of the women’s lacrosse team at the University of Rochester this spring, have been named to the All-Liberty League team for 2009[read more]



Baseball vs. Fisher at Frontier Tonight

5/1/2009

Rochester will host St. John Fisher at 7:30 pm Friday at Frontier Field. The game comes two days after the Yellowjackets edged the Cardinals, 5-4, at Dugan Yard.

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Union Tops W. Lax in Liberty League Championships

5/1/2009

Sixth-ranked Union College went on a 9-1 tear early in the second half to clinch a 16-7 victory over the University of Rochester in the Liberty League women’s lacrosse championships. [read more]



Skevington Wins State Long Jump

5/1/2009

University of Rochester junior Melissa Skevington won the long jump in the first field event of the 2009 NY State Collegiate Track Conference Championships.[read more]



Three Men Score in Hammer at States

5/1/2009

Three men from the University of Rochester finished in the top eight in the hammer throw at the NY State Collegiate Track Conference Championships.[read more]



Veenema, Park Blank Fisher, 2-0

5/1/2009

Blair Veenema pitched three hit ball over 7.1 innings and Mike Park saved it as the University of Rochester defeated St. John Fisher, 2-0, at Frontier Field Friday night.[read more]



Plenty Qualify for Women at Geneseo

4/29/2009

The University of Rochester women’s track team had a successful performance Saturday, April 25th, at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational. Numerous athletes qualified for ECACs.[read more]



Both Men's Relays are ECAC-Bound

4/29/2009

The University of Rochester Men’s track team posted very impressive results while competing in the SUNY Geneseo Invitational. Many athletes qualified for ECACs.[read more]



Baseball Edges Fisher, 5-4; Ties Win Mark

4/29/2009

Ryan Sullivan got five outs to earn his fourth save of the season as the University of Rochester edged St. John Fisher College, 5-4.[read more]



Three Earn Five Baseball Honors

4/28/2009

Three members of the University of Rochester baseball team have been recognized for their accomplishments last weekend by a variety of conferences.[read more]



Three Combine for Six Softball Honors

4/28/2009

Three softball players at the University of Rochester have been saluted for their playing acumen this week by a variety of leagues.[read more]



Hannan Goal at 0:01 Beats Ithaca

4/28/2009

Mary Kate Hannan scored with one second to play, snapping a 9-9 tie, and giving the University of Rochester a 10-9 victory at Ithaca College on Tuesday.[read more]



Wien Is UAA's Rookie; Golf Is Third

4/27/2009

Freshman David Wien earned Rookie of the Year honors for the University Athletic Association with a six-over 148 at the Royal Lakes Golf Club.[read more]



Women 7th at UAA Tennis Champs

4/26/2009

Rochester earned the seventh place team award at the University Athletic Association championships by defeating Case Western Reserve, 9-0, on Saturday evening.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Vassar, Now 28-11

4/26/2009

Rochester's pitching staff again proved formidable, holding Vassar College to one total run in a doubleheader sweep at Prentiss Field on Sunday. The Yellowjackets won, 8-1 and 8-0.[read more]



Golfers Lead UAAs After Day One

4/26/2009

With freshman David Wein and Michael Chudacoff near the top of the leaderboard, Rochester has the first day team lead at the University Athletic Association golf championships.[read more]



Softball Claims Third Straight Liberty Title!

4/26/2009

Rochester swept RPI, 7-0, and 6-3, to win its third consecutive Liberty League softball championship. The Yellowjackets are 31-11 overall.[read more]



W. Lax Beats Vassar to Earn Liberty Playoff Spot

4/25/2009

Facing its seocnd straight must win game, the women's lacrosse team defeated Vassar 19-13 to secure the fourth playoff spot in the Liberty League.[read more]



Softball Goes to 29-10 With 7-1, 3-2 Wins at SLU

4/25/2009

After battling through nine scoreless innings in the nitecap, Rochester scored three unearned runs in the top of the tenth, then hung on for a 3-2 victory and a softball sweep of St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Vassar, Now 26-11

4/25/2009

Rochester's bats broke out in a big way as the Yellowjackets defeated Vassar College, 16-2, and 13-2 in a Liberty Legaue doubleheader.[read more]



Late First Half Surge Carries Lax to Win

4/24/2009

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Fifth-Ranked Chicago Tops UR in UAA Tennis

4/24/2009

The University of Chicago, the nation's fifth-ranked team, defeated the University of Rochester, 9-0, in the opening round of the University Athletic Association women's tennis championships at Brandeis University.[read more]



Ithaca Rallies for 15-9 Baseball Win Over UR

4/23/2009

Twelfth-ranked Ithaca College scored seven runs in the eighth inning and went on to a 15-9 victory over the University of Rochester at Towers Field.[read more]



Two High-Scoring Wins for Softball

4/23/2009

The University of Rochester ran its softball record to 27-10 by sweeping a doubleheader at Keuka College, 10-3, and 15-8, on Thursday.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Utica With Game Two Rally

4/22/2009

The University of Rochester rallied to score four runs – three unearned – in the bottom of the fifth inning to earn a 4-3 victory over Utica College and a doubleheader sweep of the Pioneers.[read more]



Ithaca Game Postponed Tuesday

4/21/2009

The Tuesday afternoon baseball game between Rochester and Ithaca has been postponed in anticipation of inclement weather.[read more]



Women Top Geneseo in Tennis

4/21/2009

The women's tennis team made its last match before the UAA championships a good one by defeating SUNY Geneseo. 7-2.[read more]



Swim Teams Have an Astounding Year

4/20/2009

Coming into the 2008-2009 swimming and diving season, head coach Peter Thompson knew he had a strong group of freshmen coming in to build up men’s and women’s teams that already boasted a number of impressive athletes.[read more]



Rochester Sweeps Union in Softball, 3-0, 2-1

4/19/2009

Beth Ameno pitched complete game victories as the University of Rochester swept a softball doubleheader from visiting Union College at GLC Field. [read more]



Clarkson Throws A Pair of Three-Hitters

4/19/2009

Visiting Clarkson found a way to tame the Yellowjacket bats on Sunday as the Golden Knights posted two 2-0 Liberty League victories.[read more]



Men's 4x100 Relay is ECAC -Bound

4/19/2009

One relay for the men's outdoor track and field team qualified for the ECAC Championships and another came within six one-hundredths of a second.[read more]



Throwers Reach ECACs for Women's Track

4/19/2009

Yaneve Fonge and Jonelle Redhead have qualified for the ECAC Track and Field Championships in just the second meet of the season.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Clarkson, 9-4, 5-2

4/18/2009

Ryan Sullivan knocked in two runs in game one, then saved game two as Rochester swept Clarkson in a Liberty League twinbill, 9-4 and 5-2.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Skidmore, 6-0, 2-0

4/18/2009

Beth Ameno and Sara Hutchinson threw complete game shutout victories as Rochester swept a Liberty League softball doubleheader from Skidmore College.[read more]



Herons Defeat Rochester in W. Lacrosse

4/18/2009

William Smith College scored three times in the last two minutes of the first half – twice from free position shots – to stretch its halftime lead to 8-4 enroute to a 17-8 women’s lacrosse victory over Rochester.[read more]



Chudacoff Wins Kravetz Invitational Crown!

4/18/2009

Rochester freshman Michael Chudacoff shot a three-over 75 on Saturday afternoon to win the individual title at the Fred B. Kravetz golf invitational by a single stroke.[read more]



Men Fall to Top-Ranked Emory in UAAs

4/17/2009

Top-ranked Emory University opened the University Athletic Association men's championships with a 9-0 victory over the University of Rochester.[read more]



Chudacoff, Kircher Tied for Kravetz Lead

4/17/2009

Rochester freshman Michael Chudacoff and Huntingdon's J.P. Kircher are tied for the individual lead after one day of play at the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational.[read more]



Hamilton Prevails in Women's Lacrosse

4/17/2009

Defending national champion Hamilton College improved to 11-1 with a 19-10 victory Rochester in women's lacrosse on Friday.[read more]



Sheehan Mixes Academics and Tennis Very, Very Well

4/16/2009

Sophomore Patrick Sheehan probably would never have mentioned the recent honor he received unless confronted with no other choice.[read more]



UAA Tennis Starts at 10 am Friday

4/16/2009

The UAA men's tennis championships at the University of Rochester will begin at 10 am Friday rather than 9 am.[read more]



A Strong First Showing for Women's Track

4/15/2009

For their first opportunity to get outdoors and compete, the University of Rochester women’s track and field team had an outstanding meet at Roberts Wesleyan College over Easter Weekend.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Keuka

4/15/2009

The University of Rochester took a doubleheader from Keuka College on Wednesday in varying formats.[read more]



'Jackets to Host UAA Men's Tennis Champs

4/14/2009

The nation’s top two men’s tennis programs will be on display this weekend when the University of Rochester hosts the 2009 University Athletic Association men’s tennis championships.[read more]



Baseball Outscores RIT, 14-8

4/14/2009

The University of Rochester scored seven runs in the late innings to break open a close game and went on to a 14-8 victory over RIT.

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RPI Rallies To Win A Pair on Sunday

4/12/2009

The guy who said lightning never strikes the same place twice is wrong. Ask the baseball teams at the University of Rochester and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.[read more]



Five Sub-80 at Day Two of Edward Jones

4/12/2009

With all five men breaking 80, the University of Rochester posted a five-stroke improvement overall and finished third at the Edward Jones Shootout.[read more]



Women's Tennis Falls at TCNJ

4/11/2009

The women's tennis team lost, 9-0, to The College of New Jersey on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Men Lose at TCNJ in Tennis

4/11/2009

Bennett Peterson and Brian Schmeer were individual winners for Rochetser in a 7-2 men's tennis loss at The College of New Jersey on Saturday.[read more]



Golfers Fourth on Day One at Edward Jones

4/11/2009

The University of Rochester golf team stands in fourth place out of seven teams after the first day of play at the Edward Jones Shootout.[read more]



Baseball Splits With RPI

4/11/2009

The top two teams in the Liberty League baseball race settled very little as they split a doubleheader at Rochester’s Towers Field on Saturday.[read more]



Lacrosse Downed at Union

4/11/2009

Less than 24 hours after a six-overtime match at Skidmore College, the University of Rochester women's lacrosse offense couldn't find its groove as host Union won, 15-4, at Frankk Bailey Field.[read more]



Grand Slam Earns Softball A Split

4/11/2009

Kim grimes hit a grand slam home run in the third inning of the nitecap to lead the University of Rochester to a split of its softball doubleheader with Brockport.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Geneseo, 1-0, 13-4

4/10/2009

Rochester won the opener on Beth Ameno's one-hitter and gamewinning single in the 8th, then scored 10 runs in the 5th to win the nitecap.[read more]



Lax Falls in Six Overtimes

4/10/2009

In what may be the longest women's lacrosse game in school history, the Yellowjackets were edged by Skidmore College, 16-15, in six overtimes.[read more]



Golf Finishes Fifth at Mid-Atlantics

4/6/2009

The University of Rochester got a second straight day of solid performances and held on to fifth place in the Mid-Atlantic Regionals at the Hershey Country Club.[read more]



Strong First Day for Golfers

4/5/2009

Rochester had three men shoot below 80 on the first day of the Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational at the Hershey Country Club.[read more]



Nine-Run Inning Sparks Baseball

4/5/2009

Moments after being held to just one hit in a loss, the University of Rochester broke out the bats in a big way to defeat Union, 12-3.[read more]



Softball Splits Twinbill with Cortland

4/5/2009

The University of Rochester and SUNY Cortland split a pair of one-run decisions in a doubleheader involving two nationally-ranked small college softball teams at Rochester’s GLC Field.[read more]



Women's Tennis Downs SLU, 6-3

4/5/2009

The women's tennis team won two doubles events and four singles matches to take a 6-3 decision over St. Lawrence University on Sunday.[read more]



Men's Tennis Edged by Stevens and SLU

4/5/2009

Rochester's men came up just short in a pair of decisions on the tennis court over the weekend with both Stevens Tech and St. Lawrence posting 5-4 wins.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Union, 9-4, 10-3

4/4/2009

The University of Rochester swept a Liberty League doubleheader at Union College, 9-4 and 10-3, on Saturday.[read more]



UR Track Invitational Is Cancelled

4/3/2009

The UR Invitational - a lrage-scale home outdoor track and field meet for men and women - has been cancelled.[read more]



Brockport Rallies Past Baseball

4/2/2009

The College of Brockport scored four runs in the top of the 11th to upend the University of Rochetser, 12-8, at Towers Field in a non-league game on Thursday.[read more]



Softball Splits with Fisher

4/2/2009

Rochester split a softball doubleheader at St. John Fisher on Thursday, winning the opener, 4-1, before the Cardinals bounced back in the nitecap, 3-2.[read more]



'Jackets Edged at Geneseo in Lax, 14-13

4/2/2009

Rochester got a balanced attack but came up just short in a 14-13 loss to SUNY Geneseo in women's lacrosse on Thursday.[read more]



Rain Postpones Baseball to Thursday

4/1/2009

Wednesday's scheduled home baseball game between Rochester and The College at Brockport has been postponed until Thursday.[read more]



Baseball Has 6 UAA All Academic

4/1/2009

Six members of the University of Rochester baseball team have received 2009 Spring Sport All Academic Recognition from the UAA.[read more]



Golf Has 2 UAA All Academic

4/1/2009

Two members of the University of Rochester golf team have received 2009 Spring Sport All Academic Recognition from the UAA.[read more]



Softball Has 5 UAA All Academic

4/1/2009

Five members of the University of Rochester softball team have received 2009 Spring Sport All Academic Recognition from the UAA.[read more]



Women's Tennis Has 4 UAA All Academic

4/1/2009

Four members of the University of Rochester women’s tennis team have received 2009 Spring Sport All Academic Recognition from the UAA.[read more]



Men's Tennis Has 4 UAA All Academic

4/1/2009

Four members of the University of Rochester men’s tennis team have received 2009 Spring Sport All Academic Recognition from the UAA.[read more]



Men's Tennis Beats Naz, Now 9-6

4/1/2009

The men's tennis team boosted its dual meet record to 9-6 with a 9-0 victory over Nazareth College at the Goergen Center indoor courts on Wednesday.[read more]



Lax Wins Fourth of Last Five

3/31/2009

Eight different players scored goals as the University of Rochester defeated visiting Rochester Institute of Technology, 12-9, in women’s lacrosse at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Softball Sweeps #23 Ithaca

3/31/2009

Juliana Nicholson knocked in six runs as the Yellowjackets swept Ithaca College in a softball doubleheader between two nationally-ranked teams.[read more]



SLU Rallies For 15-10 Win in W. Lax

3/28/2009

Rochester built a 7-5 lead in the first half but St. Lawrence rallied in the second 30 minutes to capture a Liberty League victory.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps St. Lawrence

3/28/2009

Rochester jumped out to an 8-1 lead in the nitecap enroute to a 10-3 win after taking game one of the twinbill, 4-3, over St. Lawrence.[read more]



W. Lacrosse Tops Clarkson in LL Opener

3/27/2009

Eleven different players scored goals as the women's lacrosse team opened its Liberty League season with a 17-8 victory over Clarkson University at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Softball Splits With RIT

3/27/2009

The Yellowjackets lost a tough 1-0 pitcher's duel in game one but bounced back for a 3-0 win in game two against RIT.[read more]



Baseball Splits With SLU

3/27/2009

Rochester rallied for three in the seventh to beat St. Lawrence, 4-2, but the Saints took the nitecap, 5-4.[read more]



Softball Postponed to Friday

3/26/2009

Rochester's home softball opener against RIT has been postponed until Friday, March 27 at 3 pm.[read more]



Fourteen Honored as NFHCA Scholars

3/25/2009

Fourteen women have been honored by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and Rochester is a repeat recipient of the organization's Team Academic Honor.[read more]



Women's Lax Holds Off Brockport

3/24/2009

Lindsay Dakin scored her fifth goal of the match with 3:37 to play and helped Rochester secure an 18-14 victory over SUNY Brockport in women’s lacrosse at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Baseball Defeats Cortland, 5-2

3/24/2009

Rochester produced two big plays in the late innings and went on to a 5-2 victory over defending Division III baseball champion SUNY Cortland at Wallace Field on Tuesday afternoon. [read more]



Men's Tennis Blanks Hobart, 9-0

3/24/2009

Rochester won five of six singles matches in straight sets and went on to a 9-0 victory over Hobart College.[read more]



Audio Available for Baseball

3/23/2009

Tuesday's baseball game will be broadcast live by SUNY Cortland Sports over the internet. [read more]



Three League Honors for Baseball

3/23/2009

Rochester's baseball battery of senior lefty Michael Park and freshman catcher Casey Storme combined for three honors this week.[read more]



Four Combine on 11-0 Shutout Win

3/22/2009

Four men combined on a four hitter as the University of Rochester shut out SUNY Cobleskill, 11-0, at Towers Field on Sunday.[read more]



Skidmore Downs Women's Tennis

3/22/2009

Skidmore College won all three doubles matches and five of the six singles events to post an 8-1 victory over Rochester on Saturday.[read more]



Chmielowiec Is An All-American

3/22/2009

Senior Mike Chmielowiec capped off his basketball career by earning Second Team All-America honors from D3hoops.com.[read more]



Baseball Earns Two High-Scoring Wins

3/21/2009

Mike Park struck out 13 in the opener and the bats provided plenty of run support in a sweep of Cobleskill in baseball Saturday.[read more]



UAA Honors Five in Softball

3/20/2009

Five softball players from the University of Rochester have been named to the UAA All-Tournament Team for the recently concluded softball championships in Altamonte Springs, Fla.[read more]



Baseball's Haul: MVP and Four Others

3/20/2009

The University of Rochester had five baseball players – including the MVP - named to the University Athletic Association All-Tournament Team.

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Baseball at 1 Saturday

3/19/2009

Saturday's baseball game against SUNY Cobleskill will start at 1 pm, rather than 2 pm.[read more]



W. Lax Tops Oneonta in 3 OTs

3/19/2009

Mary Kate Hannan scored 1:56 into sudden death overtime to give the University of Rochester an 18-17 victory over SUNY Oneonta.[read more]



Women Are 4-2 in Spring Break Trip

3/18/2009

The University of Rochester women’s tennis team had many impressive wins during their Spring Break trip to Florida from March 8th to the 11th.[read more]



Men Win Four of Six in Florida

3/18/2009

The University of Rochester men’s tennis team was very successful during a Spring Break trip to Orlando, Florida, winning four of the six matches.[read more]



D3Hoops.com Honors Chmielowiec

3/17/2009

Senior Mike Chmielowiec has been named First Team All-East Region by D3hoops.com in voting conducted in early March.[read more]



D3hoops.com Honors Marriott

3/17/2009

Senior Julie Marriott, who played a key role in the success of the women's basketball team, has been named First Team All-East Region by D3hoops.com.[read more]



#12 Cortland Tops W. Lacrosse

3/17/2009

SUNY Cortland, ranked #12 in the current Division III women's lacrosse poll, needed a dynamic second half to defeat Rochester on Tuesday.[read more]



Baseball Beats Brandeis, Wins UAAs!

3/15/2009

Rochester won the UAA baseball championship by defeating Brandeis, 9-8, and seeing Washington upend co-leader Case on Saturday.[read more]



Bats and Arms Lead Softball Sweep

3/15/2009

Rochester won a pitcher's duel with Washington, 3-0, then over-ran Brandeis, 17-2, to close out the UAA Championships in softball.[read more]



Women Fall to TCNJ in Sweet Sixteen

3/13/2009

The Rochester women’s basketball team saw their season come to an end when they fell to The College of New Jersey, 70-58.[read more]



Two Compete at NCAAs

3/13/2009

Seniors Jamie Landry and Jonelle Redhead competed in the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships at Rose Hulman Institute of Technology.[read more]



Baseball Foiled by Late Rally

3/13/2009

Washington University rallied for nine runs late and squeezed out a 13-11 victory over Rochester in the University Athletic Association championships.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Emory and Case

3/13/2009

The Yellowjacket softball team got back on track at the UAA Championships by sweeping Emory and Case on Friday.[read more]



Softball Nipped by Brandeis

3/12/2009

Brandeis rallied for three in the fifth and shut down a Rochester rally in the seventh to win, 3-2, at the UAA Softball Championships.[read more]



Baseball's Win Streak Snapped at Seven

3/12/2009

Emory's pitching staff cooled off the Rochester bats on Thursday and the Eagles went on to an 8-3 victory in the UAA Baseball Championships.[read more]



Game Times, Tix Set for Sweet 16

3/11/2009

Game times and ticket prices have been established for the NCAA Division III Sectional Round of the Women's Basketball Championships at the Palestra.[read more]



Softball Splits at UAAs in Florida

3/11/2009

The Yellowjacket softball team split its games in the UAA Championship Tournament in Florida. Rochester defeated Case, 9-0, then lost, 5-0, to Washington.[read more]



Veenema, J.J . Spark Win Over Brandeis

3/11/2009

J.J. Vanderstyne hit a grand slam home run and Blair Veenema threw four hit ball over six innings as the baseball team defeated Brandeis, 7-2.[read more]



Emory Rallies Late for Big Win

3/10/2009

Emory University pushed across the tying run with two outs in the seventh, then erupted for eight runs in the ninth to post a 9-1 win over Rochester.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Emory and Case

3/10/2009

Rochester totaled 26 runs to sweep Emory (10-7) and Case (16-2) in the University Athletic Association championships at Sanford, Fla.[read more]



Dakin's 100th Helps Lax Down Oswego

3/10/2009

Lindsay Dakin scored six goals - including her 100th career goal - as the women's lacrosse team defeated SUNY Oswego, 23-13.[read more]



Softball Wins Two in Final AB

3/8/2009

Rochester defeated both Moravian and SUNY Plattsburgh in its final at-bat on Saturday to improve to 5-1 overall.[read more]



Palestra Will Host Sweet 16

3/8/2009

Rochester has been selected to host the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Championships on March 13 and 14.[read more]



W. Tennis Blanks St. Francis

3/8/2009

The women's tennis team got its spring trip off to a good start with a 9-0 win over St. Francis College of Indiana on Sunday.[read more]



Baseball Off to 4-0 Start

3/8/2009

Rochester opened the Liberty League season by sweeping doubleheaders from Skidmore College while both teams were in Florida.[read more]



Two Women Make Track Nationals

3/8/2009

Jamie Landry and Jonelle Redhead will compete in the NCAA Division III National Championships this week after outstanding performances at the ECAC Championships.[read more]



Naz Tops W. Lax, 13-8, in Opener

3/7/2009

Host Nazareth College scored three goals in the first 10 minutes of the second half to capture a 13-8 women’s lacrosse victory over Rochester in the season opener for both.[read more]



Women Rally Past Kean; Reach Sweet 16

3/7/2009

Melissa Alwardt scored 22 of her career high 25 points in the second half as Rochester rallied past Kean to reach the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA playoffs.[read more]



Men Are 14th at ECAC Track Champs

3/7/2009

The men's indoor track and field team finished in 14th place overall at the ECAC Championships held at Tufts University.[read more]



Baseball Looks to Its Experience

3/6/2009

After coming within two victories of an NCAA playoff berth last season, the University of Rochester baseball team has a strong enough cast returning to keep itself in the thick of the playoff hunt in 2009.[read more]



Porter, Marriott Lead NCAA Win

3/6/2009

Alex Porter and Julie Marriott combined for 45 points and 24 rebounds to lead the Yellowjackets past Widener University in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Championships.[read more]



Lacrosse Has Strong Senior Presence

3/5/2009

Senior leadership is one of the strongest parts of the women’s lacrosse team at the University of Rochester. Ten members of the Class of 2009 populate the roster.[read more]



Three Men Earn All-UAA Honors

3/4/2009

Two seniors and one freshman received All-University Athletic Association honors in men’s basketball after balloting of the association’s head coaches.[read more]



Three Women Earn All-UAA Hoop Honors

3/4/2009

Three players who have played vital roles in helping Rochester earn its fourth straight NCAA Division III playoff bid have been named to the 2009 All-UAA Women’s Basketball Team.[read more]



Women To Host NCAAs This Week

3/2/2009

Rochester will host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division III women's basketball playoffs this Friday and Saturday.[read more]



Colgate Downs W. Tennis, 7-2

3/1/2009

Rochester won singles points at #1 and #6 but visiting Colgate went on to a 7-2 women's tennis victory over the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Men Fall to Colgate in Tennis

3/1/2009

Visiting Colgate University won two of three doubles matches and five of six singles enroute to a 7-2 win over the men's tennis team.[read more]



Women Top Off Regular Season with 103-52 Win

2/28/2009

The Rochester women’s basketball team could not be stopped in their last regular season game against Carnegie Mellon University. [read more]



Men Downed by CMU in Finale

2/28/2009

Rochester closed the gap to five points late in the second half, but visiting Carnegie Mellon held on for a 59-50 victory at the Palestra.[read more]



Macaluso HR Tops Alma

2/28/2009

Lindsay Macaluso hit a two-out, two-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning as Rochester rallied for a 2-1 victory over Alma College of Michigan.[read more]



Men Earn Seven ECAC Spots at States

2/28/2009

The men’s indoor track and field team produced seven ECAC-qualifying performances and finished fifth out of nine teams at the NYSCTC Championships.[read more]



A Great State Meet for Women

2/28/2009

The women’s indoor track and field team broke one school record and had two individual champions plus two relay champions at the NYSCTC Championships.[read more]



Softball Opens With 3-0 Win

2/27/2009

Senior righthander Beth Ameno pitched a two-hitter and struck out 10 as Rochester opened its 2009 season with a 3-0 win over Capital University.[read more]



Redhead Earns Provisional Cut

2/27/2009

Senior Jonelle Redhead provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III Indoor Championships based on her weight throw result at the State Championships.[read more]



Men in Thick of Tight State Meet

2/27/2009

Through seven events, the men's indoor track and field team is holding its own at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships.[read more]



Depth to Play Key Role for Softball

2/25/2009

Rochester’s softball fortunes in 2009 will be bolstered by an NCAA-tested lineup and strengthened by the influx of a talented and large freshman class.[read more]



Men Upend #2 Washington, 70-69

2/22/2009

Mike Chmielowiec scored 32 points to lead Rochester to a 70-69 victory over second-ranked Washington University at the WU Field House.[read more]



Bear Surge Downs Women, 65-52

2/22/2009

Washington University rode a 17-2 surge late in the first half to a 65-52 victory over the University of Rochester in women's basketball at the WU Field House.[read more]



Men's Tennis Defeats LeMoyne

2/22/2009

Rochester bounced back from a 6-3 loss to Ithaca College on Saturday with a solid 8-1 win over LeMoyne College on Sunday.[read more]



Squash Finishes 3rd with 7-2 Win over Harvard

2/22/2009

Rochester won four of the first five positions and rolled to a 7-2 victory over Harvard University in the third place match of the Potter Cup.[read more]



Men 7th in NYSCTC Pentahlon

2/22/2009

Travis Buttaccio finished seventh in the pentathlon at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championships at Cornell.[read more]



Three Women Earn Pts. in State Pent

2/22/2009

Rochester's three competitors - Jamie Landry, Melissa Skevington, and Marissa Eccleston - combined for 12 team points in the NY State Penathlon at Cornell.[read more]



Princeton Tops UR in Squash Semis

2/21/2009

Host Princeton University posted wins in the first six positions and defeated Rochester, 8-1, in the Potter Cup semifinals of the CSA Championships.[read more]



Men's Tennis Falls to Ithaca

2/21/2009

The men's tennis team won two of three doubles events, but Ithaca took five of six singles to win, 6-3.[read more]



Women's Tennis Edges Ithaca

2/21/2009

Rochester defeated Ithaca College, 5-4, in women's tennis by claiming four singles points and one doubles result.[read more]



Rapid Improvement Could Mean NCAAs

2/21/2009

Sophomore Yaneve Fonge has improved in the weight throwing events to the point where she is just over a meter shy of a provisional qualifier for the NCAA Division III Championships[read more]



Men's 4x800 Breaks the UR Record

2/21/2009

Rochester’s 4x800 meter relay broke the school record by more than a full second in a victory at the Denault Invitational at Cornell University.[read more]



Squash Downs Yale in CSA Quarters!

2/20/2009

Freshman Matt Domenick posted a thrilling 3-2 victory to snap a 4-4 tie and get sixth-seeded Rochester past third-seeded Yale at the CSA quarterfinals.[read more]



Women Hold Off Chicago, 56-52

2/20/2009

Alex Porter had a double-double and Melissa Alwardt scored 15 points to lead the Yellowjackets past Chicago, 56-52.[read more]



Hot Chicago Defeats UR Men

2/20/2009

Chicago hit nine three-pointers and won for the fifth time in the last seven games with a 74-54 win over the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Two In Top 16 for Women at BU Meet

2/16/2009

Two women finished in the top 16 finishers for Rochester’s indoor track and field team at the Valentines’ Day Relays conducted at Boston University.[read more]



Men Have Five Events with ECAC Invites

2/16/2009

In one of the largest meets of the winter season, Rochester’s indoor track and field team produced a number of good finishes at the Valentines Day Relays.[read more]



Brandeis Upsets Women, 52-50

2/15/2009

After a hard-fought second half, the women’s basketball team fell to Brandeis after losing a 13-point lead. [read more]



Balance Leads Brandeis to Win over UR

2/15/2009

Mike Chmnielowiec scored 18 and Colin Cubit added 13, but Brandeis had five with 12 or more and defeated Rochester, 80-63, at the Palestra Sunday.[read more]



Women's Tennis Tops LeMoyne, 8-1

2/15/2009

Four players were double winners for Rochester in an 8-1 victory over LeMoyne College in women’s tennis.[read more]



Men Seventh at UAAs

2/15/2009

The men's swimming and diving team was edged for sixth place at the UAA Championships in Chicago.[read more]



Women Fifth at UAA Swim Championships

2/15/2009

Rochester had one of its most successful meets in recent memory when the Yellowjackets finished fifth at the University Athletic Association championships [read more]



Howard Third in 100 Back at UAAs

2/14/2009

After two days and 26 events, Rochester’s men stand in sixth place at the UAA swimming and diving championships. [read more]



Women Fourth at UAA Swim Champs

2/14/2009

Rochester’s women’s swimming and diving team is enjoying strong performances throughout the lineup at the UAA championships in Chicago. [read more]



Squash posts definitive win over seventh-ranked Penn

2/14/2009

The visiting No. 7 University of Pennsylvania Quakers were no match for the home team, as the No. 6 Yellowjackets rolled to a 9-0 victory on Saturday afternoon at the UR squash courts.[read more]



Late Run Key in Women's 64-45 Victory Over NYU

2/13/2009

Melissa Alwardt had 19 points, six rebounds, and two blocks to lead the Rochester women’s basketball team to victory over NYU, 64-45. [read more]



NYU Men Outscore 'Jackets 86-72

2/13/2009

NYU was red-hot from the floor Friday night and outscored Rochester, 86-72, in a UAA game at the Palestra.[read more]



Men's 400 MR Second in UAA Prelims

2/12/2009

Rochester’s men’s swimming and diving team held off a stiff challenge from Chicago to claim second place in the prelims of the 400 medley relay on the first day of the UAA championships[read more]



Women Break Two Swim Records

2/12/2009

The Yellowjacket women got off to a good start at the UAA championships. Rochester broke two school records and posted two NCAA provisional qualifying performances.[read more]



Women Gear Up for UAA Swim Champs

2/11/2009

Rochester's goal for the UAA Championships is simple: make a run at the top four spots.[read more]



Men Ready to Plunge into UAA Pool

2/11/2009

Rochester's ready to compete in the UAA swimming and diving championships - perhaps the nation's toughest meet.[read more]



Marriott Named First Team Academic All-District

2/10/2009

Senior forward Julie Marriott has been selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District I team for women’s basketball. She will now move on to the national ballot for consideration as an Academic All-American.[read more]



Softball Ranked in Pre-Season Polls

2/10/2009

Rochester’s softball success over the past two seasons has been recognized in 2009 as the Yellowjackets are ranked in two pre-season polls.[read more]



Women Roll By Case in UAA Win

2/8/2009

The Rochester women’s basketball team started out strong and never looked back in a 79-34 UAA win against Case Western Reserve University. [read more]



Late Run Leads Men's Hoop Win

2/8/2009

Three players scored 13 or more - two had double-doubles - as the Yellowjackets defeated Case at the Palestra.[read more]



Marriott Scores 1000th Point in Victory Over Emory

2/6/2009

Senior Julie Marriott scored her 1000th career point in an 80-72 win against Emory University.[read more]



Chmielowiec's Career Night Sparks Win

2/6/2009

Mike Chmielowiec scored a career high 36 points to lead the University of Rochester to a 73-65 victory over Emory University at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Squash Strong in 8-1 Loss to Trinity

2/6/2009

Over 150 fans packed the University of Rochester squash courts Friday as the Yellowjackets put up a strong showing in falling 8-1 to the top-ranked Trinity (CT) Bantams.[read more]



Men's Track 8th at Colgate Invitational

2/2/2009

Rochester had a pair of individual runnerups plus a second placed relay to highlight its day at the Class of '32 Invitational at Colgate University.[read more]



Women 3rd at Colgate Track Invite

2/2/2009

Four individuals won titles and the 4x400 relay team was first as well for the women's indoor track and field team which excelled at Colgate's Class of 32 Invitational.[read more]



Emory Rallies Past Men in Second Half

2/1/2009

Emory University used a 57-point second half to rally for an 83-74 victory over Rochester in men's basketball at the Woodruff PE Center.[read more]



Porter's Double-Double Paces Win

2/1/2009

Alex Porter recorded her her sixth double-double of the season to spark Rochester to a 63-49 victory over Emory at the Woodruff PE Center.[read more]



Princeton Defeats UR Squash, 9-0

2/1/2009

Second-ranked Princeton defeated sixth-ranked Rochester, 9-0, in squash at the Jadwin Courts on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Squash Posts 9-0 Win at Navy

1/31/2009

Rochester won all nine matches with 3-0 decisions to defeat the U.S. Naval Academy on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women State Their Case with Defense

1/30/2009

On Throwback Weekend in Cleveland, Rochester's women went back to a standard - tough defense - and defeated Case Western Reserve.[read more]



Men Rally Past Case in Final Minute

1/30/2009

Bill Serle and Mike Chmielowiec combined for 10 points down the stretch as the University of Rochester rallied to defeat Case Western Reserve, 78-75.[read more]



Squash Wins 9-0 at F&M

1/30/2009

Rochester won eight of the nine positions by 3-0 counts and rolled to a 9-0 victory over 11th-ranked Franklin & Marshall.[read more]



Squash Rolls Past Hobart, 9-0

1/28/2009

The University of Rochester squash team defeated Liberty League rival Hobart, 9-0, on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Women Fall to Chicago, 71-51

1/25/2009

The University of Rochester women’s basketball team saw their perfect 15-0 winning streak end as Chicago defeated them on their home court.[read more]



Second Half Rally Sparks Men to Win

1/25/2009

Five men scored in a 17-2 run to start the second half as the men's basketball team rallied past the University of Chicago, 70-60.[read more]



Men's Track & Field 4th at SLU

1/24/2009

The University of Rochester men's indoor track and field team produced nine finishes in the top three places at the St. Lawrence Invitational.[read more]



Women 3rd at SLU Track & Field Invite

1/24/2009

Four individuals and one relay won their event for the University of Rochester women's indoor track and field team at the St. Lawrence Invitational.[read more]



Ithaca Swims Past Women

1/24/2009

The women's swimmimg and diving team was out-pointed by host Ithaca College in the final dual meet of the season for the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Men Defeated by Ithaca in Pool

1/24/2009

Rochester won five events, but host Ithaca produced a 183-117 victory over the Yellowjackets in the final dual meet of the season.[read more]



Squash Upended at Cornell

1/24/2009

Rochester won three of the top four positions, but Cornell emerged with a 5-4 win in squash.[read more]



Women Edge Past Washington, 65-62

1/23/2009

The Rochester Women’s Basketball Team preserved their untainted record and fought off the Washington University Bears for another conference win.[read more]



Men Downed by No. 3 Washington

1/23/2009

Visiting Washington University used a 14-0 run midway through the first half to take control in a 73-42 victory over the University of Rochester.[read more]



Men Top Geneseo for 3rd in Chase

1/17/2009

Freshman Billy Serle and junior Colin Cubit combined for 41 points to spark Rochester to an 81-63 victory over SUNY Geneseo in the third place game of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament. [read more]



Women Claim 4th Straight Chase Title

1/17/2009

Rochester's Class of 2009 completed a perfect four-year run through the JPMorgan Chase Tournament by beating St. John Fisher for the 2009 title.[read more]



Men Will Play for 3rd Place in Chase

1/16/2009

Rochester will play for third place in the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament after dropping a 71-66 decision to St. John Fisher College in the semifinals at RIT.[read more]



Women Advance to Championship With 70-45 Win

1/15/2009

The Rochester women’s basketball team defeated the College at Brockport in the second round of the JP Morgan Chase Tournament to advance to their seventh straight championship appearance. [read more]



Men Advance to Chase Semis

1/14/2009

The University of Rochester defeated Keuka College, 65-54, in the opening round of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Basketball Tournament in the opening round Wednesday night.[read more]



Squash Wins Two of Three

1/13/2009

Rochester defeated two Top 15 teams in Bates and Bowdoin over the weekend before dropping a tough 5-4 decision to third-ranked Yale.[read more]



Women's Hoops Rolls Past Keuka

1/13/2009

It was a true team effort by the Rochester women’s basketball team in their 71-47 win over Keuka College, to advance to the second round of the JP Morgan Chase Tournament. [read more]



Two Career Highs Lead Win Over NYU

1/11/2009

Mike Chmielowiec and Mike Labanowski combined for 53 points, including 10 three-pointers, to lead the University of Rochester to a 79-68 victory over New York University at the Coles Sports Center.[read more]



Balance Leads Women Past NYU

1/11/2009

Ariel Evans scored 14 points in 23 minutes off the bench to lead a balanced scoring attack as the top-ranked University of Rochester defeated 13th-ranked New York University, 65-55.[read more]



Men and Women Top Seeds in Chase

1/11/2009

Rochester's men's and women's basketball teams are seeded number one for the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Basketball Tournament which begins this week.[read more]



Men's Swimming Over Nazareth

1/10/2009

The men's swimming and diving team had 12 first place finishes and five runnerups to out-point Nazareth College, 175-110, on Saturday.[read more]



Women Set Record in Naz Pool

1/10/2009

The women's swimming and diving team broke a nine-year-old record in the Nazareth College pool as Rochester won its Saturday afternoon meet.[read more]



Cortland Out-Points Men in Pool

1/9/2009

Kevin Howard won three events, Vincent Ness took two, and Bobby McCue one in a dual swim meet vs. SUNY Cortland on Friday.[read more]



Women Edged by Cortland in Last Event

1/9/2009

Visiting Cortland grabbed a first and third place finish in the last event to edge the women's swimming and diving team, 151-149, on Friday.[read more]



Top-Ranked Women Nip #5 Brandeis

1/9/2009

Rochester used a strong second half to defeat fifth-ranked Brandeis, 66-62, at the Gosman Athletic Center on Friday evening.[read more]



Men Get Past Brandeis, 73-69

1/9/2009

Mike Chmielowiec matched his career hig of 25 points to lead the men's basketball team to a 73-69 victory over Brandeis.[read more]



Women Top Scranton on the Road

1/6/2009

Alex Porter scored 15 points and grabbed a season's high 17 rebounds to lead top-ranked Rochester to a 49-38 victory over the University of Scranton at the John Long Center. [read more]



Men Hold Off Clarkson for 7th Win

1/5/2009

Rochester sank five free throws in the final 11 seconds to hold off surging Clarkson and earned a 71-67 men's basketball victory over the Golden Knights.[read more]



Women Ranked #1 By D3Hoops.com

12/18/2008

For the second time in the last five seasons, the women’s basketball team at the University of Rochester is ranked number one in Division III.[read more]



Three Women Earn Pool Honors

12/16/2008

Valerie Atwood, Emily Scott, and Rachel Delahunta have been honored as swimmers and divers of the week by Rochester's two conferences.[read more]



Two Men Honored for Pool Success

12/16/2008

Sophomore Kevin Howard and freshman Vincent Ness have been honored for their accomplishments by Rochester's two swimming conferences.[read more]



Marriott Honored by UAA

12/16/2008

Rochester senior center Julie Marriott has been named the Co-Player of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Squash Duo Honored In Liberty Lg.

12/16/2008

Sophomore Will Newnham and freshman Matt Domenick have been named the Squash Player and Rookie of the Week respectively by the Liberty League.[read more]



Harvard Rallies Past UR in Squash

12/13/2008

Fourth-ranked Harvard University rallied from a 4-3 deficit over the last two matches to defeat Rochester, 5-4, in Cambridge, Mass. on Saturday.[read more]



Dennstedt Named An All-American

12/12/2008

Rochester junior forward Joshua (J.J.) Dennstedt has been named to the NSCAA/adidas All-America Men’s Soccer Team in voting by members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.[read more]



Women Edge Union College for OT Win

12/12/2008

Julie Marriott had 20 points and eight rebounds to lead the ‘Jackets to a 79-73 win in overtime against now 6-1 Union College. [read more]



Howard Sets Two Records in Men's Win

12/12/2008

Vincent Ness won three individual freestyle events, but his thunder was stolen by Kevin Howard who was a double winner and broke two records in the process.[read more]



Women Roll Past RIT in Pool

12/12/2008

Rochester won the first 10 individual events plus the opening relay to secure a 177-108 victory over RIT in a dual meet at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Center on Friday night.[read more]



Good Results Mark First Men's Meet

12/12/2008

For the first meet of the indoor season, the results were fairly impressive for the men’s indoor track and field team.[read more]



Five Women Qualify For States

12/12/2008

When athletes are encouraged to get off to a fast start, they take it to heart. The women’s indoor track and field team did just that on Friday night.[read more]



Plenty of Honors for Women's Soccer

12/11/2008

Six Yellowjackets Earned All-UAA honors and three were named All-Region.[read more]



Honors Galore for Men's Soccer in 2008

12/11/2008

Post-season honors for the men’s soccer team are piling up nearly as quickly as victories did during a 14-win campaign.[read more]



Yellowjackets Crush Dartmouth 8-1

12/11/2008

With seven Yellowjackets posting 3-0 scores, the UR squash team rolled to a dominant 8-1 victory versus Dartmouth in their first home match of the season.[read more]



Women top William Smith, Now 7-0

12/9/2008

After struggling through a sloppy first half, the Rochester women’s basketball team rallied past now 3-3 William Smith for the 50-37 win.[read more]



Men Hold Off Hobart for Sixth Win

12/9/2008

Mike Labanowski scored four points in the last 54 seconds as the University of Rochester held off Hobart College, 73-67, at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Team, Fans Honored by WNY Refs

12/8/2008

The men's basketball team, its coaches, and fans were honored for outstanding sportsmanship by the College Basketball Officials Association on Tuesday night.[read more]



CMU Edges Men in UAA Opener

12/6/2008

Carnegie Mellon, ranked 19th nationally, staged a late rally to edge Rochester, 58-55, in the UAA men's basketball opener for both teams at Skibo Gym.[read more]



Fifth-Ranked Women Roll to UAA Win

12/6/2008

Rochester rolled to its sixth straight victory to open the season with a 60-46 victory over Carnegie Mellon at Skibo Gym.[read more]



Men Third at Liberty Champs

12/6/2008

The men's swimming and diving team produced two individual titles and finished third at the Liberty League championships.[read more]



Women Second at Liberty Champs

12/6/2008

For the sixth time in seven years, the women's swimming and diving team finished second at the Liberty League Championships.[read more]



Swimmers at RPI for LL Champs

12/5/2008

The Liberty League Swimming and Diving Championships get underway at RPI this weekend.[read more]



Four Sophs Honored for Outstanding Work

12/3/2008

Four student-athletes were honored by the University's Iota Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa for ooutstanding academic achievement and involvement in other activities.[read more]



Women Defeat RIT, 93-47

12/3/2008

Key plays by Alex Porter and Melissa Alwardt set the pace for the Yellowjackets in a 93-47 win over RIT. [read more]



Roberson's Layup Wins a Thriller

12/3/2008

Marcus Roberson scored on a layup with two seconds to play to carry Rochester past RIT, 70-68, at the Palestra on Wednesday evening.[read more]



Women Dominate at Oswego

11/30/2008

Rochester dominated on both ends of the court for a 79-44 win against Oswego State.[read more]



Men Hold Off Lycoming in HIA Tr.

11/30/2008

Seniors Mike Chmielowiec and Max Kaplan made big plays down the stretch as Rochester edged Lycoming in the Holiday Inn Airport Classic at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Pull Away From Elmira in HIA Tr.

11/29/2008

Rochester used a 10-5 spurt in the second half to pull away from Elmira College in the opening round of the Holiday Inn Airport Classic at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Rally Past Medaille, 63-53

11/25/2008

Key plays by Julie Marriott and Jessica Mastronardi carried the women's basketball team past Medaille College, 63-53, on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Two Career Highs Fuel Men's Win

11/25/2008

Mike Chmielowiec and Marcus Roberson combined for 41 points to lead the men's basketball team past Nazareth, 91-74, at the Palestra.[read more]



Squash Seals LL Title, Two Honored

11/23/2008

The Yellowjacket squash team completed its run through the Liberty League by posting a 9-0 victory over host Vassar College on Sunday.[read more]



Women Defeat Moravian, 80-58

11/22/2008

Rochester had four players in double figures to lead a balanced attack against Moravian for the win in the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Ithaca Pulls Away in Resler Final

11/22/2008

Rochester put three men in double figures but high-scoring Ithaca College held on for an 81-72 win in the Chuck Resler championship game at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Swim Well at F&M

11/22/2008

The women’s swimming and diving team produced a pair of individual runners-up, one third place finish individually among strong performances at Franklin & Marshall College.[read more]



Howard Wins at F&M Foursome

11/22/2008

Kevin Howard was an individual winner in the 100 backstroke for the men’s swimming and diving team in a four-team meet at Franklin & Marshall College.[read more]



Fifth-Ranked Squash Wins 9-0 Twice

11/22/2008

Rochester opened defense of its Liberty League squash title with a pair of 9-0 wins.[read more]



Two Run at NCAA XC Champs

11/22/2008

Sarah Gollub finished in the top third and Lauren Norton the middle third at the NCAA Women's Cross Country National Championships on Saturday.[read more]



Women Top Hamilton, 64-28

11/21/2008

The Rochester women’s basketball team worked hard on the defensive end to defeat Hamilton 64-28 in the opening round of the Chuck Resler Invitational[read more]



Two Career Highs for Men

11/21/2008

Mike Chmielowiec and Mike Labanowski combined for 42 points as Rochester defeated Pitt-Bradford in the opening round of the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Early Season Will Set the Tone for MBB

11/19/2008

Pre-season preparations are finished and the men's basketball team opens its season on Friday evening in the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Women Ready for the Challenge of 08-09

11/19/2008

There are 11 veterans and four talented newcomers all vying for on-court time as the women's basketball team readies itself for Friday's opener.[read more]



Two Women Qualify for NCAAs in XC

11/16/2008

Sarah Gollub and Lauren Norton have been selected to compete in the NCAA Division III National Championship race on November 22.[read more]



Messiah Edges Men, 1-0, in NCAA Rd. 2

11/16/2008

In an entertaining matchup of two Top 10 soccer teams, Messiah edged Rochester, 1-0, in the NCAA Division III soccer playoffs at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Upended by Roger Williams

11/15/2008

Lauren Pendleton scored the only goal of the game to lead Roger Williams to a 1-0 victory over Rochester in the first round of the NCAA tournament.[read more]



Men Top Castleton in NCAA Opener

11/15/2008

Sean Hantes scored in the first half and Steve Welles in the second half as Rochester defeated Castleton State College, 2-0, in the first round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Championships.[read more]



Men 13th at NCAA Regionals

11/15/2008

Rochester finished 13th in team scoring at the NCAA Division III Atlantic Region Cross Country Championships hosted by St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Gridders Edged at Hobart, 10-7

11/15/2008

Hobart placekicker Conor Callahan booted a 20-yard field goal with 61 seconds left in regulation to give Hobart College a 10-7 victory over Rochester in the annual Centennial Cup football game.[read more]



Men Will Host NCAAsThis Weekend

11/10/2008

The men's soccer team will host the first and second rounds of the 2008 NCAA Soccer Championships at Edwin Fauver Stadium Saturday and Sunday.[read more]



Women Gain 16th NCAA Playoff Bid

11/10/2008

The women's soccer team will make its 16th appearance in the NCAA Division III Championships this weekend - and third in the last four years.[read more]



Spikers End 8th at UAA Champs

11/8/2008

Rochester finished in eighth place at the University Athletic Association women's volleyball championships after a 3-0 loss to NYU in the seventh place match.[read more]



Football Rolls Past SLU on Senior Day

11/8/2008

Seniors had a big day and a sophomore quarterback put his name in the record book as Rochester defeated St. Lawrence, 34-20, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women 4th at State XC Champs

11/8/2008

Bolstered by two runners in the top seven finishers, Rochester's women finished fourth out of 10 at the NY State Collegiate Track Conference cross country championships hosted by Hamilton College.[read more]



Men Win State XC Title

11/8/2008

The University of Rochester won the men's New York State Collegiate Track Conference Cross Country title in a 10-team meet hosted by Hamilton College.[read more]



Women Roll Past Case, 5-0

11/8/2008

Rochester scored in the first minute of play and went on to a 5-0 victory over Case Western Reserve in a women's UAA soccer match at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Share UAA Title With Win Over Case

11/8/2008

Rochester held off a determined and nationally-ranked Case Western Reserve team at Fauver Stadium to tie for the UAA men's soccer title.[read more]



UAA, LL Honor Two Women

11/5/2008

Junior diver Jamie Sorenson and freshman swimmer Emily Scott have earned a combined total of three honors by the Liberty League and the University Athletic Association this week.[read more]



Howard, Ness Honored By LL

11/5/2008

Sophomore Kevin Howard and freshman Vincent Ness have been honored by the Liberty League for their prowess in the pool.[read more]



Norton Reaps State Honor

11/5/2008

Freshman Lauren Norton has been named the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Runner of the Week.[read more]



Bickford Honored 4th Straight Week

11/5/2008

For the fourth consecutive week, Rochester freshman linebacker Chris Bickford has been chosen as the Liberty League Football Rookie of the Week.[read more]



Chicago Edges Women in 2 OTs

11/2/2008

Visiting Chicago scored on a rebound with 5:35 left in the second sudden death overtime period and defeated Rochester, 2-1, in women's soccer on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Soccer Tops Chicago, 1-0.

11/2/2008

Rochester used a goal midway through the second half to post its eighth win in the last nine outings, 1-0, over Chicago at Fauver Stadium on Sunday.[read more]



Field Hockey Rallies Past Oneonta

11/2/2008

Allison Beardsley and Lara Bucarey scored less than a minute apart late in the second half as Rochester defeated Oneonta, 3-2, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Fourth at Vassar Tourney

11/1/2008

Rochester finished fourth out of five teams at the Vassar College volleyball invitational after going 1-3 in the four tourney matches.[read more]



Alfred Defeats Gridders, 43-14

11/1/2008

Visiting Alfred University jumped ahead, 33-0, at halftime en route to a 43-14 victory over Rochester at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Good Day for Men's Swim in Openers

11/1/2008

The men’s swimming and diving team had strong performances from the veterans and contributions from the newcomers in a three-team meet with New York University and Case Western Reserve University.[read more]



Women Split With NYU and Case in Pool

11/1/2008

Freshman Emily Scott won two events outright for the Yellowjackets in a three-team pairing with New York University and Case Western Reserve University.[read more]



Men 8th at UAA XC Champs

11/1/2008

The men's cross country team finished in eighth place at the University Athletic Association championships hosted by Emory University.[read more]



Norton Seventh at UAA XC Champs!

11/1/2008

Freshman Lauren Norton finished seventh individually at the University Athletic Association women's cross country championships hosted by Emory University.[read more]



Women Edged by Washington

10/31/2008

Visiting Washington University broke a 1-1 tie early in the second half and went on to a 2-1 victory over Rochester in a battle of nationally-ranked teams at Edwin Fauver Stadium[read more]



Five Score in Big Win over Washington

10/31/2008

Five different players hit the back of the net as the University of Rochester defeated Washington, 5-0, in a matchup of nationally-ranked men’s soccer teams.[read more]



Brockport Nips Field Hockey in OT

10/30/2008

SUNY Brockport scored 1:14 into sudden death overtime on Thursday to hand the Yellowjackets a 2-1 field hockey loss.[read more]



Women Tabbed No. 5 By D3hoops.com

10/30/2008

The University of Rochester women’s basketball team is ranked fifth in Division III in the pre-season poll conducted by D3hoops.com.[read more]



Goico, Ross Are Academic All-District

10/30/2008

Senior Sara Goico (W. Hartford, CT/Conard) and sophomore Kirsten Ross (Northumberland, PA/Shikellany) have earned Academic All-District honors in women’s soccer.[read more]



More Than A Passing Fancy

10/29/2008

Being able to pass the ball well can do wonders on the volleyball court.[read more]



Nazareth Beats W. Volleyball, 3-0

10/29/2008

Visiting Nazareth College won two close games enroute to a 3-0 women's volleyball victory over the Yellowjackets in the Palestra on Senior Night.[read more]



Saints Edge 'Jackets in OT

10/26/2008

Visiting St. Lawrence scored in the third minute of overtime to edge Rochester, 2-1, in field hockey at Fauver Stadium on Sunday.[read more]



Men's Soccer Blanks Kean, 3-0

10/26/2008

J.J. Dennstedt set up the first goal and scored the second as Rochester defeated Kean College, 3-0, in men's soccer on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Spikers Split with Geneseo, Potsdam

10/25/2008

Rochester split its Dig Pink event, defeating Geneseo, 3-1, early Saturday morning, then falling to Potsdam, 3-0, in the afternoon. [read more]



Field Hockey Blanks Hamilton, 3-0

10/25/2008

Allison Beardsley scored two goals and Erica Gelb had one as the Yellowjackets defeated Hamilton, 3-0, at Fauver Stadium on a rainy Saturday.[read more]



Football Just Short at WPI, 21-14

10/25/2008

Homestanding WPI turned back a couple of Rochester scoring challenges in the second half and held on for a 21-14 victory over the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Keuka, 3-0

10/23/2008

Rochester's long-awaited return to the Palestra was a favorable one as the Yellowjackets defeated Keuka College, 3-0.[read more]



Women Defeat Nazareth, 2-1

10/22/2008

Laura Bojko and Mae Butler scored goals as the women's soccer team defeated Nazareth College, 2-1, on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



Golfers Tie for 6th at McDaniel

10/20/2008

With three men at 80 or below on day two, the golf team finished in a tie for sixth place at the McDaniel College Invitational.[read more]



Volleyball Loses to EU, Chicago

10/19/2008

The women's volleyball team lost its final two round robin matches in University Athletic Association play after victories by Emory (3-0) and Chicago (3-1).[read more]



Golf Sixth on Day One at McDaniel

10/19/2008

With other golfers delayed due to darkness, the Yellowjacket golf team stood in sixth place out of nine teams after the first day of the McDaniel College Invitational.[read more]



Men's Soccer Edged at Emory

10/19/2008

Ninth-ranked Emory scored late in the first half and protected the advantage for a 1-0 win over Rochester in a matchup of nationally-ranked teams. [read more]



Women Edged in Two OTs at Emory

10/19/2008

Emory University scored midway through the second sudden-death overtime to post a 1-0 women's soccer victory over Rochester.[read more]



One Semifinalist in State W. Tennis

10/18/2008

One singles player reached the semifinals and three others got to the quarterfinals at the New York State Championships being conducted by Ithaca College.[read more]



Meliora! - Football Defeats USMMA, 30-14

10/18/2008

Clarence Onyiriuka scored on two short touchdown runs and Braezen Subick threw for one as Rochester defeated the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, 30-14, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Are Second in Hartwick Swim Relays

10/18/2008

The men's swimming and diving team finished second out of five teams at the Hartwick College Relays.[read more]



Women Second at Hartwick Swim Relays

10/18/2008

With victories in four events, the women's swimming and diving team finished second out of five teams at the Hartwick College Swim Relays.[read more]



Spikers Fall to NYU and Brandeis

10/18/2008

Rochester lost to NYU, 3-2, and to host Brandeis, 3-0, on the first day of the University Athletic Association Volleyball Round Robin #2.[read more]



Men Run Sixth at UR Invitational

10/18/2008

Rochester finished sixth overall out of 15 competing teams at the Yellowjacket Cross Country Invitational in Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Women Fourth at Yellowjacket Invite

10/18/2008

Only three teams out of 16 competitors finished ahead of the women's cross country team at the Yellowjacket Invitational.[read more]



Eleven Join Athletics Hall of Fame

10/17/2008

Eleven men and women who have played roles in shaping the athletic successes of the University of Rochester will be inducted into the Athletics and Recreation Hall of Fame as part of the yearly Meliora Weekend festivities.[read more]



Yellowjacket XC Invitational Is Set

10/17/2008

Teams from 12 American senior colleges, three junior colleges, and one Canadian school comprise the biggest part of the field for the annual Yellowjacket XC Invitational on October 18.[read more]



A Lifetime of Counsel and Friendship

10/17/2008

As a man or a woman matures – physically, socially, and emotionally – they can look back fondly at the people who have made a difference in their life.[read more]



Goico's Goal Earns 1-0 Win

10/17/2008

Sara Goico scored five minutes into the match and the Yellowjacket defense made it stand up in a 1-0 women's soccer victory over Carnegie Mellon University.[read more]



Turley Meets All the Challenges

10/17/2008

As a double major in English and Biology, a pre-veterinary student, a sister of sorority Sigma Delta Tau, not to mention a varsity athlete, most would classify Kelsey Turley as ambitious.[read more]



For Stack, It All Adds Up

10/17/2008

Economics and statistics have been on Matt Stack's mind since settling into the double major early in his academic career – he considers himself “a numbers guy.” [read more]



Marriott's Effort Pays Big Dividends

10/17/2008

10-2. That was the score of Julie Marriott’s first basketball game.[read more]



Jenkins Is Always Busy - and Loves It

10/17/2008

Talking to Megan Jenkins, a senior defender for the UR women’s lacrosse team, reveals a common thread among athletes at Rochester: she places academics above athletics.[read more]



Gelb's Versatility Reaps Big Rewards

10/17/2008

For some, playing a sport is so commonplace that it is difficult to imagine not competing on a team. Take Erica Gelb.[read more]



Chmielowiec Works Hard in Both Areas

10/17/2008

You can draw a few conclusions about Michael Chmielowiec when you watch him take the court in the Palestra on any given night. First of all, he leads by example.[read more]



Buttaccio Loves His Flexibility

10/17/2008

As the third child in his family to participate in track and field in college, it could be concluded that Travis Buttaccio is simply following in the footsteps of his older siblings. But appearances are deceiving.[read more]



Men Win at #11 Carnegie Mellon

10/17/2008

Rochester scored in the first minute of play and tacked on an insurance goal midway through the second half to post a 2-0 men's soccer victory over 11th-ranked Carnegie Mellon.[read more]



Weiner In Conso Bracket at ITAs

10/16/2008

Lia Weiner lost her opening match at the NCAA Division III Women's Singles in the ITA Nationall Small College Championships.[read more]



Weiner's Drive and Skills Help Her Succeed

10/15/2008

According to the “standards” set in her hometown of Sarasota, Florida, Lia Weiner was late in finding interest in the sport that has led her to become one of the most accomplished athletes at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins Its 10th

10/15/2008

Christi Bottcher and Allison Beardsley scored inthe first 10 minutes as Rochester rolled past Ithaca, 4-1, in field hockey on Wednesday.[read more]



NYU Upends Women in 2 OTs

10/11/2008

Host NYU scored 46 seconds into the second sudden death overtime and defeated Rochester, 2-1, in women's soccer on Saturday.[read more]



Field Hockey Edged by Union, 2-1

10/11/2008

Union College broke a 1-1 tie with just under 15 minutes left in the match and went on to a 2-1 field hockey victory over Rochester on Saturday.[read more]



Men Defeat NYU, 1-0

10/11/2008

Scott Cady's first appearance since opening day became a memorable one as Rochester defeated NYU, 1-0, in men's soccer on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Football Falls at Susquehanna

10/11/2008

Missed scoring opportunities hurt both teams as Susquehanna University posted a 28-13 football victory over Rochester.[read more]



Men Fifth at Hamilton Invite

10/11/2008

With a number of the season's higher finishers off for the week, the men's cross country team blazed to a fifth place finish at the Hamilton Invitational.[read more]



Women Sparkle at Hamilton Invite

10/11/2008

The women's cross country team finished fourth in a field of 11 at the Hamilton College Invitational - and did it with three regulars out of the lineup.[read more]



Field Hockey Edged at Skidmore

10/10/2008

Homestanding Skidmore College jumped out to a 2-0 lead and held on for a 2-1 victory over Rochester in field hockey on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Tennis Beats Fisher, 9-0

10/9/2008

The men's tennis team wrapped up the fall portion of its 2008-09 schedule with a 9-0 victory at St. John Fisher College on Thursday.[read more]



Women Roll Past Geneseo, 4-1

10/8/2008

Bridgette Varin and Ellen Coleman scored two goals apiece to lead the women's soccer team to a 4-1 victory over SUNY Geneseo on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



Spikers Beaten By Fisher

10/8/2008

The women's volleyball team lost a hard-fought 3-1 decision at St. John Fisher College on Wednesday night.[read more]



Yellowjackets Walk For Cancer Research

10/7/2008

The Yellowjacket softball team took part in a Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk on October 5 and raised over four thousand dollars.[read more]



W. Tennis Falls to Geneseo

10/7/2008

Host Geneseo won two of three doubles matches and three of five singles events to defeat Rochester, 5-3, in a women's tennis match on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Golfers Sixth At Hamilton Invite

10/5/2008

Rochester finished sixth overall out of 15 teams at the Hamilton College Invitational after the 36 holes were completed on Sunday.[read more]



Another Shutout for Field Hockey

10/5/2008

Erica Gelb set up one goal and scored another within five minutes of the first half to spark the University of Rochester to a 4-0 victory at Ohio Wesleyan University.[read more]



Spikers Go 0-3 at UAA Round Robin

10/5/2008

The women's volleyball team dropped all three matches at the University Athletic Association Round Robin #1 hosted by Carnegie Mellon over the weekend.[read more]



RPI Holds Off 'Jackets For 27-17 Win

10/4/2008

RPI made three big defensive plays in the fourth quarter to protect a 27-17 victory over the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Women Are Third at Geneseo XC Invite

10/4/2008

Rochester turned in its best-ever performance at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational at Letchworth State Park by finishing third in a field of 17.[read more]



Varin Nets 4 in Win Over Brandeis

10/4/2008

Bridgette Varin tied a UAA record by scoring four goals in a 5-1 victory over Brandeis at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Saturday.[read more]



Field Hockey Blanks W&J, 3-0

10/4/2008

Rochester used goals from three different players to capture its eighth victory of the season and second win on the road.[read more]



Dennstedt Scores 2 in 3-0 Win

10/4/2008

J.J. Dennstedt scored two goals and Rochester took advantage of a defensive misplay to post a 3-0 victory over Brandeis at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Excel at Geneseo Invite

10/4/2008

With its top five runners split by a grand total of 11 seconds, the men’s cross country team blazed to a third place finish at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational.[read more]



W. Tennis Improves to 3-0

10/2/2008

The women’s tennis team ran its record to 3-0 in dual matches with a 9-0 victory over visiting Nazareth College on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Williams Is UAA Golfer of the Week

10/1/2008

Sophomore Ryan Williams, who helped Rochester finish second in one league championship, has earned two accolades for his play from different leagues.[read more]



Varin Honored by UAA

10/1/2008

Sophomore Bridgette Varin was named the Unviersity Athletic Association Women’s Socceer Offensive Player of the Week.[read more]



Weiner Gets Two Honors for Win

10/1/2008

Sophomore Lia Weiner was named the University Athletic Association Women’s Tennis Player of the Week and the Rochester Area College Athletics (RACA) Female Athlete of the Week.[read more]



Three Gridders Earn Honors

10/1/2008

Three Rochester football players have been honored this week for their play in the victory over Union College last Saturday.[read more]



Field Hockey Blanked at William Smith

10/1/2008

William Smith scored a goal in each half and went on to a 2-0 victory over Rochester in a field hockey match played Wednesday evening.[read more]



Men Rally Past RIT on the Pitch

9/30/2008

J.J. Dennstedt and Sean Hantes scored 10 minutes apart in the second half as the men's soccer team rallied past RIT.[read more]



Bucarey Honored by Liberty League

9/30/2008

Junior Lara Bucarey has been named the Liberty League Field Hockey Offensive Performer of the Week.[read more]



Sosa To Appear on Liberty Web Radio

9/28/2008

Tight end Pedro Sosa, who caught two TD passes against Union on Saturday, is one of the guests on the Liberty League Recap program being broadcast over the web.[read more]



Weiner Is ITA Singles Champ!

9/28/2008

Sophomore Lia Weiner won the Wilson ITA Northeast Regional Singles Championship at William Smith College on Sunday.[read more]



Golfers Second at Liberty Champs

9/28/2008

Sophomore Ryan Williams fired a three-under 141 for 36 holes to help the Yellowjackets finish second at the Liberty League Golf Championships at Saratoga State Park.[read more]



Weiner Reaches Semifinals of ITA Singles

9/27/2008

Top-seeded Lia Weiner has advanced to the semifinal round in singles at the Wilson ITA Northeast Regional Championships being hosted by William Smith College.[read more]



Great Result for Women's XC

9/27/2008

The women’s cross country team had an outstanding day at the Harry Anderson Invitational and finished second overall.[read more]



Field Hockey Back on Track With 5-2 Win

9/27/2008

Lara Bucarey and Christi Bottcher combined for three goals and two assists as the field hockey team defeated Vassar, 5-2.[read more]



Women's Soccer Tops Fisher, 5-0

9/27/2008

Jessica Smith scored twice in less than two minutes of the first half as Rochester pulled away from St. John Fisher for a 5-0 women’s soccer victory at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Golf Second at Liberty Champs

9/27/2008

Rochester stands in second place, four strokes off the lead, after the first day of the Liberty League golf championships at Saratoga State Park.[read more]



Gridders Win at Union, 29-25!

9/27/2008

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Men's XC Wins at Roberts Inv.

9/27/2008

With finishers in five of the top seven spots, the men's cross country team finished first in a field of seven at the Harry Anderson Invitational at Roberts Wesleyan College.[read more]



Smith Honored by UAA

9/26/2008

Freshman Jessica Smith has been named the University Athletic Association Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week.[read more]



Two Honored by Liberty League

9/26/2008

Erica Gelb and Anna Dobrzynski have been honored as a Performer and Rookie of the Week in field hockey by the Liberty League.[read more]



Field Hockey Edged on Penalty Stroke

9/26/2008

Host RPI scored on a penalty stroke with 8:30 left in regulation and went on to a 1-0 victory over Rochester in field hockey.[read more]



Volleyball Falls to Fredonia

9/26/2008

The women's volleyball team lost, 3-1, to SUNY Fredonia on Friday evening.[read more]



Proud's PK Beats Houghton

9/24/2008

Phil Proud scored on a penalty kick with 19 minutes left and the men's soccer team defeated Houghton, 2-1, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Varin Nets 2 in Win

9/23/2008

Bridgette Varin scored two goals and Kirsten Ross and Mae Butler had one each as the University of Rochester defeated RIT, 4-0, in women's soccer at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Brandes Wins Three Dive Medals

9/22/2008

Greg Brandes, the University of Rochester Diving Coach, won three gold medals for his diving skills at the 2008 USA Diving Summer National Championships in Woodlands, Texas.[read more]



Golfers Tie for 3rd in Pa.

9/22/2008

Good weather and good golf marked Rochester’s performance at the second day of the Guy Kuhn Invitational hosted by Allegheny College.[read more]



Golf Third of 15 on Day One

9/21/2008

After one day of play in the Allegheny Invitational, the Yellowjacket golf team stands in third place out of 15 Division III institutions.[read more]



Tennis Claims Three SLU Titles

9/21/2008

The men's tennis team won both doubles divisions and one of three singles titles at the St. Lawrence Invitational over the weekend.[read more]



Smith's Three Goals Carry Soccer

9/20/2008

Jessica Smith scored three straight goals in the first half to lead Rochester to a 4-0 women's soccer victory over Utica College.[read more]



Sixth Win for Field Hockey

9/20/2008

Anna Dobrzynski scored two goals and Rochester's defense excelled as the field hockey team defeated Hartwick, 2-1, at Fauver Stadium on Saturday morning.[read more]



Spikers Split at Keuka

9/20/2008

The women's volleyball team lost an 0-3 decision to Concordia University of Illinois, then defeated Keuka College, 3-1, on Saturday.[read more]



Hobart Blanks M. Soccer

9/20/2008

Seventh-ranked Hobart College scored twice in the second half to pull away for a 3-0 win over Rochetser in men's soccer on Saturday at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Fisher Edges Out Courage Bowl Win

9/20/2008

St. John Fisher College scored 10 unanswered points in the second half and rallied to win Courage Bowl IV, 24-17, at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Jackets and Herons Duel 0-0

9/18/2008

Rochester, ranked 25th in the current Division III poll, battled eight-ranked William Smith to a 0-0 double overtime tie at Fauver Stadium on Thursday.[read more]



Second Half Surge Carries Field Hockey

9/17/2008

Rochester erupted for three goals in three minutes early in the second half and went on to a 5-0 win over Houghton College in field hockey Wednesday night.[read more]



Spikers Edged by RIT in Five

9/16/2008

Rochester battled back from a 2-1 deficit in sets before visiting RIT won the decisive fifth set in the Palestra.[read more]



Men's Soccer Blanks Nazareth

9/16/2008

The men’s soccer team scored a goal on each side of halftime and went on to a 2-0 victory over Nazareth College at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Tuesday night.[read more]



Football Falls at Case

9/13/2008

Host Case Western Reserve scored on four of its five first half possessions and rolled to a 38-6 victory over the University of Rochester.[read more]



Women's Soccer Blanks Union

9/13/2008

Rochester struck for two goals in the first nine minutes and secured a 2-0 victory over the 11th ranked Union College Dutchwomen.[read more]



Field Hockey Rolls Past Utica

9/13/2008

Freshman Shayna McKie scored twice in a seven-minute span in the second half as the Yellowjackets pulled away for a 5-1 field hockey victory over Utica College at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Go 1-3 at RIT Invite

9/13/2008

The women's volleyball team finished 10th at the RIT Invitational after splitting with Geneseo and Potsdam on Saturday.[read more]



Women Third at Brockport Run

9/13/2008

With three juniors and one senior among the top four Rochester finishers, the women’s cross country team gave a good accounting of itself in the Brockport Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Men Win Brockport XC Title

9/13/2008

Rochester got the 2008 men’s cross country season off to a good start by winning the seven-team Brockport Invitational.[read more]



Men 1-1 in Flower City Invite

9/13/2008

Rochester defeated Ithaca, but lost to Skidmore, on the first day of the Flower City Tennis Tournament being run jointly at Rochester and Nazareth.[read more]



Lots of Experience for Men's Tennis

9/11/2008

The men’s tennis team at the University of Rochester will include a veteran presence and a number of talented newcomers as the 2008-09 season approaches.[read more]



Football Has Lots to Build Upon

9/11/2008

Rochester will count on a number of veterans plus a significant influx of freshmen as the new season prepares to open.[read more]



Women Claim 8-1 Tennis Win in Opener

9/11/2008

The women’s tennis team opened its season successfully on Thursday with an 8-1 victory over previously-unbeaten Brockport.[read more]



Field Hockey Falls at Nazareth

9/10/2008

Host Nazareth College scored 11 minutes into the second half and posted a 1-0 victory over the University of Rochester in field hockey on Tuesday.[read more]



Men Earn Late Win over Fisher

9/10/2008

Sean Hantes snapped a 1-1 tie with less than six minutes to play to give the University of Rochester a 2-1 victory over St. John Fisher in men's soccer.[read more]



W Tennis has A Strong Mix

9/10/2008

With a good veteran presence and several very skilled newcomers, the women’s tennis team at the University of Rochester is hoping to continue its run of success.[read more]



Volleyball Wins at Ithaca

9/9/2008

The women's volleyball team defeated Ithaca 3-0 on the road Tuesday evening.[read more]



Peacock Earns Two Honors

9/9/2008

Junior goalkeeper Michael Peacock has been honored by two different organizations for his play with the men's soccer team.[read more]



Bottcher OT Goal Wins It

9/7/2008

Christi Bottcher scored midway through the overtime period as Rochester rallied to defeat The College of Wooster, 4-3, in field hockey on Sunday.[read more]



Golf Fourth at SLU Invite

9/7/2008

The Yellowjacket golf team produced four men with scores below 80 and finished fourth overall at the St. Lawrence Invitational on Sunday.[read more]



Field Hockey Tops Elmira

9/6/2008

Allison Beardsley and Shayna McKie scored two minutes apart midway through the second half to help the University of Rochester defeat Elmira College, 4-1, in field hockey.[read more]



W Soccer Defeats Grove City, 5-0

9/6/2008

Rochester defeated Grove City College, 5-0, on the second day of the Fredonia Days Inn Soccer Tournament. The Yellowjackets were 2-0 in the two-day affair.[read more]



Rochester, Clarkson Duel 0-0

9/6/2008

Visiting Clarkson University made two key defensive plays in the first overtime period and those played important roles as the Knights and Rochester tied 0-0 in double overtime.[read more]



Spikers Finish 2-2 in Potsdam Tourney

9/6/2008

Senior Jessica Rasmussen was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Victory Promotions Tournament as Rochester finished with a 2-2 record.[read more]



Golfers 7th at SLU Invite

9/6/2008

Rochester stands in seventh place out of 12 teams at the St. Lawrence Invitational after one day of action.[read more]



Women Roll Past Behrend

9/5/2008

Sara Goico scored two goals, one in the first six minutes, to spark the women's soccer team to a 5-1 victory over Penn State Behrend College in the opening round of the Days Inn Tournament at SUNY Fredonia.[read more]



Men Beat SLU, 3-0, at Fauver

9/5/2008

Sparked by two goals from J.J. Dennstedt and the largest home crowd in eight years, the men’s soccer team defeated St. Lawrence University, 3-0, at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Friday night.[read more]



Volleyball Wins Twice in No. Country

9/5/2008

The women's volleyball team, which won the Victory Promotions Tournament at SUNY Potsdam last season, took two steps in that direction again by winning twice on Friday.[read more]



Cortland Blanks Field Hockey

9/3/2008

Eighth-ranked SUNY Cortland scored twice in the last three minutes to ensure a 3-0 field hockey victory over the University of Rochester at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Rally Past D'Youville

9/3/2008

Rochester rallied in the fourth set to claim a 3-1 victory over D'Youville College in women's volleyball at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Schweigel Honored by UAA

9/2/2008

Sophomore Tayler Schweigel has been named the Co-Player of the Week in women’s volleyball by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Field Hockey Opens With 3-1 Win

9/1/2008

Lara Bucarey scored one goal and set up two others to lead the University of Rochester to a 3-1 field hockey victory over SUNY Geneseo on Monday.[read more]



Women Knot G-Burg, 1-1

8/31/2008

Rochester’s offense found its flow, but the Yellowjackets had to settle for a 1-1 double overtime tie at Gettysburg College on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Men Tie Cortland in Flower City

8/31/2008

Rochester and SUNY Cortland battled to a 0-0 double overtime tie in the second round of the Flower City Soccer Classic at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Veterans Aplenty for Field Hockey

8/30/2008

As Rochester prepares to open the 2008 field hockey season, the Yellowjackets can count on an experienced defense, strong and aggressive front line players, plus veteran skill in midfield.[read more]



Spikers Top Nazareth @ Cortland

8/30/2008

The women's volleyball team finished 2-2 in the Red Dragon Invitational after splitting matches with Skidmore College and Nazareth College on Saturday.[read more]



Women Fall at #2 Messiah

8/30/2008

Second-ranked Messiah College scored two goals in the last four minutes of each half to turn a close game into a 5-1 victory over the Yellowjacket women's soccer team.[read more]



Youth and Experience Mark Volleyball

8/29/2008

Eleven letterwinners are joined by five talented newcomers as the women's volleyball team gets ready for the 2008 season.[read more]



Men Open With 2-0 Win vs Oswego

8/29/2008

Steve Welles scored one goal and set up the clincher as the men's soccer team defeated SUNY Oswego, 2-0, in the opening round of the Flower City Classic.[read more]



Spikers Split at Cortland Invite

8/29/2008

The women's volleyball team lost, 3-2, to host SUNY Cortland, then bounced back to defeat SUNY Old Westbury, 3-0, in the opening round of the Red Dragon Invitational.[read more]



Nine New Starters for Women's Soccer

8/29/2008

Veterans abound for the women's soccer team at the University of Rochester although the Yellowjackets will have nine new starters in the lineup.[read more]



Men Look to Continue Run

8/28/2008

Last year's success has established some interesting challenges for the men's soccer program in 2008.[read more]



VanVechten Named ECAC Scholar-Athlete

8/20/2008

Ashley VanVechten, one of the University's most honored student-athletes, has received another academic accolade.[read more]



W Lax Has #2 GPA In Division III

8/11/2008

The women’s lacrosse team at the University of Rochester has the second highest cumulative grade point average in Division III, according to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association.[read more]



Sorrentino in SI's Faces

7/22/2008

Recent graduate Jessica Sorrentino is featured in the Faces in the Crowd portion of Sports Illustrated this week.[read more]



Nielsen To Coach Both Tennis Teams

7/21/2008

Matt Nielsen, who served as an assistant coach from 2003-2008, has been named the head men’s and women’s tennis coach at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Men's Track Earns Top 20 Spot

7/16/2008

The men’s track and field team achieved a top 20 ranking and this one shows a strong sense of achievement.[read more]



Cinella, Team Honored for Academics

7/16/2008

Jacqueline Cinella, who just completed her freshman year at the University of Rochester, has been named to the 2008 Division III Women’s All-Academic Track and Field Team.[read more]



Cherukuri An Academic All-American!

6/25/2008

Anjuli Cherukuri has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Team for Women’s Cross Country and Track and Field.[read more]



Women's Crew To Go Varsity

6/23/2008

The women’s rowing program at the University of Rochester, which has operated as a club sport for more than 20 years, will be raised to varsity intercollegiate status beginning in the 2009-2010 academic year.[read more]



Lang, Glass in Top 10 at USATF Meet

6/22/2008

Rebecca Glass and Brian Lang finished in the top 10 in their respective events at the USA Track and Field Junior Nationals being held at Ohio State University.[read more]



VanderZwaag on NCAA Committee

6/20/2008

George VanderZwaag, longtime University of Rochester Director of Athletics, has been appointed to the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics.[read more]



Vanderstyne Named All-ECAC

6/20/2008

Jay Jay Vanderstyne added another honor to his baseball resume when he was named First Team All-ECAC Upstate New York.[read more]



Softball 20th in Final Poll

6/19/2008

Rochester is ranked number 20 in Division III in the final poll conducted by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.[read more]



Cahan An Academic All-American

6/16/2008

For the second straight year, senior field hockey goaltender Rachel Cahan has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America At-Large Team.[read more]



Lang, Glass in U20 Track Nationals

6/16/2008

Brian Lang and Rebecca Glass will compete in the USA Track and Field U20 National Championships this week with a chance to go to Poland.[read more]



Hughes, Mueller Are Academic All-District

6/5/2008

Seniors Patrick Hughes and Dan Mueller have earned Academic All-District honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Cherukuri First Team All-District

6/5/2008

Senior Anjuli Cherukuri has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District One First Team for Women’s Cross Country and Track and Field.[read more]



FORA Golf Outing on June 19

6/3/2008

The Friends of Rochester Athletics (FOR A) will hold their first golf tournament on Thursday, June 19 at the Ravenwood Golf Club.[read more]



Sorrentino An Academic All-American!

5/28/2008

Jessica Sorrentino set a number of records for the softball team at the University of Rochester and was suitably honored for her accomplishments.[read more]



Skevington 10th in Trials

5/24/2008

Sophomore Melissa Skevington finished 10th in her flight of the triple jump in the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships.[read more]



A Busy Off-Season for Squash

5/23/2008

Rochester’s international flavor with the squash program extended into the spring and will continue this summer.[read more]



Alexander Award to Goodridge

5/23/2008

Stephen Goodridge, who has been widely recognized for his achievements both on and off the golf course, was selected as the winner of the Louis Alexander Alumni Award.[read more]



Spurrier Award to VanVechten

5/23/2008

Ashley VanVechten, who achieved unparalleled success on and off the soccer field, was named the 2008 winner of the Merle Spurrier Award.[read more]



Landry 18th at NCAA Heps

5/23/2008

Junior Jamie Landry finished in 18th place at the heptathlon at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field national championships.[read more]



Sorrentino, Citro Honored for Academics

5/22/2008

Seniors Alicia Citro and Jessica Sorrentino have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Teams in softball after voting by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Cannon Honored for Academics

5/22/2008

Sophomore outfielder Andy Cannon has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team for baseball in voting by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Cahan Named Academic All-District

5/22/2008

Senior field hockey goaltender Rachel Cahan has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District At-Large Team in balloting conducted by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Landry 15th on Day One at NCAAs

5/22/2008

Junior Jamie Landry is 15th in a field of 18 after the first day of competition in the heptathlon in the NCAA Division III Championships.[read more]



ABCA Names 5 to All-Region Team

5/21/2008

Five University of Rochester players have earned All-New York Region honors from the American Baseball Coaches Association.[read more]



Kahovec's Off to Germany

5/20/2008

When he plays in the field, the farthest trip a shortstop makes is into short right field to act as a relay man and cut down a baserunner. Ed Kahovec's going a little farther than that.[read more]



Ladi Iya Named Women's Volleyball Coach

5/19/2008

Ladi Iya, a woman with extensive playing and coaching experience at the highest levels of the game, is the new head women’s volleyball coach at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Two Women Off to NCAA Champs

5/18/2008

Junior Jamie Landry and sophomore Melissa Skevington have been selected to compete at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships this week.[read more]



Sorrentino An All-American!

5/16/2008

Senior outfielder Jessica Sorrentino has been named a Third Team All-American in voting by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA). [read more]



Men 27th at ECAC Track Champs

5/16/2008

Mike Burgstrom finished fourth in the hammer and Brian Lang was fifth in the steeplechase to highlight Rochester's performance in the ECAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships.[read more]



Landry Wins ECAC Heps - NCAAs Next???

5/16/2008

For the sixth time in a major meet, Jamie Landry won the multi-event competition. This time, her performance may carry her all the way to Wisconsin.[read more]



Landry Ahead in ECAC Heps

5/15/2008

Junior Jamie Landry holds a small lead in the heptathlon on day one of the ECAC Outdoor Track and field championships being hosted at Springfield College.[read more]



McEneaney Drafted

5/13/2008

Pete McEneaney, senior righthander for the Yellowjacket baseball team, has been drafted by the Traverse City (MI) Beach Bums of the Frontier League.[read more]



Skevington Snaps TJ Record -- Again

5/12/2008

For the second time this season, Melissa Skevington broke the school record in the triple jump.[read more]



Softball Falls in Regional Final

5/11/2008

Rochester capped off the greatest season in its softball history by reaching the NCAA Regional Championship Game at Ithaca College.[read more]



Slupinski HR Beats DeSales

5/10/2008

Freshman Liz Slupinski hit a two-out solo home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to carry the University of Rochester to a 3-2 victory over DeSales University in the NCAA Softball Playoffs at Ithaca.[read more]



SLU Edges UR in 11 Innings

5/10/2008

Visiting St. Lawrence scored in the top of the 11th, then held on against a furious Rochester two-out rally in the bottom half, to win, 9-8.[read more]



Ameno One-Hits Defiance in NCAAs

5/10/2008

Beth Ameno spun a one-hit shutout and matched her career high with 13 strikeouts as Rochester defeated Defiance College, 1-0, in the NCAA Division III playoffs. [read more]



Baseball Splits in LL Championships

5/9/2008

Rochester defeated Clarkson, 3-0, in its Liberty League playoff opener, then lost to RPI, 5-3. The Yellowjackets play at 2:30 pm Saturday in an elimination round game.[read more]



Sorrentino Breaks NCAA Mark in Win

5/9/2008

Jessica Sorrentino scored an NCAA playoff record five runs to spark the Yellowjackets to an 11-0 victory over Penn State Behrend in softball on Saturday.[read more]



Softball Held to 2 Hits in NCAA Loss

5/8/2008

Rochester lost its NCAA softball opener on Thursday when Bethany College's Heather Immesberger threw a two-hit shutout.[read more]



Ten Earn All-Liberty Honors in Baseball

5/8/2008

Ten Yellowjacket baseball players have earned All-Liberty League honors in voting by the league's head coaches. [read more]



NIne Earn LL Softball Honors; Ameno Top Pitcher

5/8/2008

Nine student-athletes at the University of Rochester have earned All-Liberty League softball honors in balloting conducted among the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Three Earn All-Region Softball Honors

5/6/2008

Jessica Sorrentino, Beth Ameno, and Alicia Citro have earned All-Region honors in softball.[read more]



Softball Returns to NCAAs

5/5/2008

The University of Rochester has been selected to compete in the NCAA Division III Softball Championships for the second consecutive year.[read more]



LL Baseball Playoff Field Set

5/4/2008

The four teams are set for the Liberty League baseball playoffs that will be held at Towers Field beginning on Friday, May 9.[read more]



Lang Second at State Steeplechase

5/3/2008

Brian Lang finished second in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Cinella, Green Honored at State Champs

5/3/2008

Jacqueline Cinella and Casey Green were major award winners for the women's track and field team at the New York State Championships.[read more]



Softball Clinches Liberty Crown!

5/3/2008

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Fisher Rallies Past Baseball

5/2/2008

Rochester built an early lead and produced 12 hits, but saw St. John Fisher bounce back to snag a 9-7 victory in baseball at Dugan Field on Friday afternoon.[read more]



4x800 Relay Wins in Record Time

5/2/2008

Jacqui Cinella, Lisa Cole, Sarah Gollub, and Kellie Hasselwander broke a Rochester record and won the State title in the 4x800.[read more]



Hughes Wins 10K State Title

5/2/2008

Patrick Hughes won the New York State Championship in the 10,000 meter run on the final event of Friday’s competition at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Four Earn All-Liberty League Honors in Lacrosse

5/1/2008

Four University of Rochester athletes have earned All-Liberty League honors in women’s lacrosse after balloting of the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Mondro, Hannan Lead Win over Ithaca

4/30/2008

Danielle Mondro scored a career high five goals and Mary Kate Hannan added four goals to lead the University of Rochester to a 13-12 women's lacrosse victory over visiting Ithaca. [read more]



Fisher Beats Baseball on Senior Day

4/30/2008

Visiting St. John Fisher jumped ahead, 4-0, then held on for a 6-3 win on Senior Day at Towers Field.[read more]



Onyiriuka Named to ECAC Upstate NY All-Star Team

4/29/2008

Senior Center Jon Onyiriuka has been named to the ECAC Upstate NY All-Star Team.[read more]



Marriott Named to Upstate NY All-Star Team

4/29/2008

Junior Forward Julie Marriott has been named to the ECAC Upstate NY All-Star Team. [read more]



McEneaney named LL Pitcher of the Week

4/29/2008

Senior righthander Peter McEneaney has been named Liberty League Pitcher of the Week.[read more]



Softball Gets Three Liberty League Honors

4/29/2008

Junior Beth Ameno was named Pitcher of the Week, Senior Jessica Sorrentino was named Player of the Week, and freshman Erin Clark was named Rookie of the Week in honors given out to the softball team. For Ameno it was her third honor of the year and the se[read more]



Women Win All Seven Hept Events

4/28/2008

Rochester won all seven heptathlon events, took the top two individual finishers, and had three in the top seven.[read more]



Abud Rallies to Place in State Dec

4/28/2008

Dan Abud produced some strong results on the second day of the NYS decathlon and helped the University to earn one team point.[read more]



Hylen Strong in Softball Sweep

4/27/2008

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Baseball Sweeps RPI; Will Host LL Playoffs

4/27/2008

Michael Park and Blair Veenema turned in masterful pitching performances as Rochester swept a doubleheader from RPI, 2-0, and 12-5 on Sunday.[read more]



Landry Leads State Hepts on Day 1

4/27/2008

Jamie Landry is first after day one in the Heptathlon as part of the New York State championships. Jacqueline Cinella is third. For the men, Dan Abud is 10th.[read more]



Women Top RPI Lax in OT

4/26/2008

Maggie Stevenson found a great time to score her first college goal - 1:16 into OT as Rochester beat RPI.[read more]



Softball Tops Fredonia; Rain KOs Game 2

4/26/2008

The Yellowjackets won game one, 9-1, over Fredonia. Heavy rains cancelled game two after four innings were played.[read more]



Rains Shorten Kravetz to 9 Holes; UR 5th

4/26/2008

Heavy rains shorted the Fred B. Kravetz Golf Tournament to nine holes on Saturday. Rochester held off Nebraska Wesleyan to finish fifth.[read more]



Baseball Splits with RPI

4/26/2008

Pete McEneaney pitched a complete game seven hitter to give Rochester a split of a doubleheader with Renssaler. The Yellowjackets won game two, 2-0, after the Red Hawks took the opener. 10-5.[read more]



UR 5th at Kravetz; Fisher Leads

4/25/2008

All five men broke 80 to carry Rochester to fifth out of six teams after the first day of the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational at Oak Hill Country Club (West Course).[read more]



Vassar Edges Women's Lacrosse

4/25/2008

Rochester cut a four-goal deficit to 8-6 with 24 minutes left, but Vassar hung on for a 12-9 women's lacrosse win in Poughkeepsie.[read more]



'Jackets Sweep Utica in Softball

4/23/2008

Rochester swept a softball doubleheader at Utica, winning game one, 5-1, and taking the nitecap, 10-8.[read more]



Men Post Strong Times at Fauver

4/23/2008

The UR men’s track team posted solid individual results on Wednesday’s make-up meet at Fauver Stadium. Led by Travis Buttaccio’s two event wins, the team posted eight individual first-place finishes.[read more]



Multiple Women Qualify for Postseason

4/23/2008

Eleven members of the UR women’s track team captured first place finishes at the make-up meet hosted by Rochester on Wednesday. The meet was highlighted by Rebecca Glass, who qualified for the junior national meet in the 3000-meter race walk.[read more]



#5 Hamilton Outscores Rochester

4/22/2008

Fifth-ranked Hamilton College went on an 8-1 run early in the first half to take control and defeated Rochester, 20-9, in women’s lacrosse.[read more]



Ithaca Rallies Past Rochester in 10

4/22/2008

Ithaca edged Rochester, 8-7, in 10 innings in a matchup of nationally-ranked teams at Ithaca's Freeman Field on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Golfers Finish Third at Edward Jones

4/20/2008

Rochester finished third out of five teams at the Edward Jones Shootout at The Links on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Softball Sweeps RPI, 9-1, 8-0

4/20/2008

Rochester totaled 17 runs and 18 hits to back the complete-game pitching efforts of Beth Ameno in a sweep of RPI.[read more]



Baseball Swept by Clarkson

4/20/2008

Rochester was swept by Clarkson University in a doubleheader on Sunday, 12-9 in game one, and 10-2 in game two. [read more]



11th Ranked William Smith Wins in Lacrosse

4/19/2008

11th ranked William Smith fell behind early but managed to pull out a close game and defeated Rochester 12-9 at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Softball Takes Two From St. Lawrence

4/19/2008

Rochester had only two hits but scored five runs to defeat St. Lawrence 5-4 in the first game and had an 8-0 lead and eventually won 9-3 in the second game of the doubleheader. [read more]



'Jackets Sweep Clarkson on Diamond

4/19/2008

Michael Park dominated on the mound and the bats broke out in a big way in the second game as Rochester swept a Liberty League doubleheader at Clarkson.[read more]



Nine Win for W. Track at Brockport

4/19/2008

Casey Green and Anjuli Cherukuri were double winners for the women’s outdoor track and field team at the Golden Eagle Relays conducted at SUNY Brockport.[read more]



Men Win Five Events at Brockport

4/19/2008

Four Rochester individuals and one relay finished in first place at the Golden Eagle Relays conducted at SUNY Brockport.[read more]



Women Seventh at UAA Tennis Champs

4/19/2008

The women's tennis team rebounded from a 5-2 consolation loss to NYU to defeat Case, 9-0, and claim seventh place at the UAA Championships.[read more]



W. Tennis Falls to #9 CMU

4/18/2008

The women's tennis team was defeated, 7-0, by ninth-ranked Carnegie Mellon University in the first round of the UAA Tennis Championships at Washington University.[read more]



A High Scoring Baseball Split

4/16/2008

Rochester erupted for 13 first inning runs - after losing the opener, 6-3, and earned a split of a twinbill with Medaille.[read more]



Ameno Throws Two CG Wins

4/16/2008

Beth Ameno pitched two complete game victories as the University of Rochester swept a softball doubleheader from Buffalo State College, 5-1, and 6-5 in 10 innings.[read more]



Men's Tennis Blanks Keuka

4/15/2008

The men's tennis team posted its 10th win of the season with a 9-0 triumph over Keuka on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Golf 4th at UAAs - Williams Wins

4/14/2008

Rochester freshman Ryan Williams shot a two-over 146 for 36 holes to win the individual title at the UAA Golf Championships in Orlando, Fla. [read more]



Baseball Splits With Vassar

4/13/2008

Vassar held on for a 7-6 win in game two of a Towers Field twinbill after Rochester won the opener, 9-7.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Skidmore in LL Play

4/12/2008

Rochester swept its Liberty League opening doubleheader, beating Skidmore, 8-1, and 6-3.[read more]



'Jackets Top Skidmore to Even LL Mark

4/12/2008

Allyson Hogan scored a season’s high four goals and added one assist to lead the University of Rochester to a 17-8 victory over Skidmore College in women’s lacrosse.[read more]



JJ's Nine RBIs Lead Sweep of Vassar

4/12/2008

Jay Jay Vanderstyne knocked in nine runs and had six hits to lead the University of Rochester to a 9-1, 22-1 baseball sweep of Vassar College at Towers Field.[read more]



Women's Tennis defeats Brockport

4/12/2008

The women’s tennis team defeated Brockport 9-0 to finish the regular season 10-6.[read more]



Eight-Ranked Union Tops Lacrosse

4/11/2008

Eighth-ranked Union College scored three times in the first five minutes and raced to a 17-7 women’s lacrosse victory over Rochester at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Softball Splits With Geneseo

4/10/2008

The Yellowjackets came up just short in the first game of a softball doubleheader at SUNY Geneseo, then won the second game in a big way.[read more]



Men Roll to 9th Tennis Win

4/10/2008

The men's tennis team dominated four of the six singles matches and all three doubles events to post a 9-0 victory at Nazareth College on Thursday.[read more]



Softball Swept by Ithaca

4/9/2008

Two strong pitching performances carried Ithaca to a sweep of Rochester in a matchup of nationally-ranked foes at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps RIT on the Road

4/9/2008

Just a day after earning a #19 national ranking the Yellowjackets swept a doubleheader at RIT, 11-2, and 5-4, to improve to 18-3.[read more]



Women Hand Geneseo First Tennis Loss

4/8/2008

The women's tennis team defeated previously unbeaten SUNY Geneseo, 7-2, on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Golfers Finish 9th at District II Invite

4/7/2008

The Yellowjacket golf team finished ninth among 15 teams at the Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational (formerly the District II Championships).[read more]



Women's Tennis Edged Twice

4/6/2008

The women's tennis team dropped two hard-fought matches over the weekend, losing to Skidmore, 5-4, and at St. Lawrence, 6-3.[read more]



Eight ECAC Qualifiers for Women

4/6/2008

The women’s outdoor track and field team produced eight qualifying performances for the ECAC Championships at the annual UR Alumni Invitational at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Strong Performances Galore for Men

4/6/2008

The men's outdoor track and field team had a bevy of solid performances - a number of them meeting qualifying standards - in the first home meet of the season.[read more]



'Jackets Lose at St. Lawrence

4/6/2008

The men's tennis team lost at St. Lawrence University, 8-1, on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Baseball Wins Ninth Straight

4/6/2008

Rochester ran its winning streak to nine games with a 7-5, 13-0 sweep of a doubleheader at Union College on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Golf Tied for 8th at District IIs

4/6/2008

The golf team is tied for eight out of 15 teams at the District II Invitational being conducted at the Hershey Country Club.[read more]



Lefties Thwart the Dutchmen

4/5/2008

Left-handers Steve Guszki and Michael Park produced strong outings as the University of Rochester swept a doubleheader from Union College. [read more]



Lax Edged In Game's Final Minute

4/5/2008

Rochester battled back from a six-goal deficit in the last 19 minutes before host St. Lawrence scored in the final minute to pull out a 16-15 women’s lacrosse victory.[read more]



Lacrosse Holds Off Clarkson

4/4/2008

Rochester opened the Liberty League season by holding off Clarkson University over the last 10 minutes to post a 9-8 victory in women's lacrosse.[read more]



Softball Powers Past RIT

4/3/2008

Rochester hit eight home runs - by five different players - in a softball sweep of RIT on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Keuka, Now 12-3

4/3/2008

The Yellowjackets used clutch hitting in game one, then batted around in three different innings in game two in a sweep of Keuka College.[read more]



Men Top RIT in Tennis

4/3/2008

The men's tennis team boosted its record to 8-7 with a 9-0 win over RIT on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



Lax Falls in OT to Geneseo

4/2/2008

Rochester rallied to tie the core three times in the last five minutes before visiting Geneseo posted a 15-12 overtime victory at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Saints

4/2/2008

Blair Veenema pitched a one-hit shutout and Andy Cannon knocked in the winning run in both games as the Yellowjackets took two from St. Lawrence on Wednesday.[read more]



Softball Splits With Fisher

4/1/2008

Rochester rallied to win the opener, 11-9, with a walk-off home run before visiting St. John Fisher took the nitecap, 9-8.[read more]



Women's Tennis Tops Babson

3/30/2008

Rochester claimed two doubles wins and four singles points to defeat Babson College, 6-3, on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Tennis Edged Twice On Mass. Trip

3/30/2008

The men's tennis team lost tight decisions at Brandeis University and Babson College over the weekend.[read more]



Cross Wins at Brandeis

3/29/2008

The women's tennis team lost, 8-1, at Brandeis University on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Strong in D 1-Laden Meet

3/29/2008

The women's outdoor track and field team had its fair share of strong performances at Widener University on Friday and Saturday.[read more]



A Great Way to Start the Spring

3/29/2008

The men's track and field team got the outdoor season off to a good start by dominating two events in an all-divisions meet at Widener University.[read more]



Golf Second at Muskingum

3/29/2008

Rochester's golf team produced a good round of 303 on the second day and finished second out of nine teams at the Muskingum Invitational.[read more]



Golf Leads in Ohio Tourney

3/28/2008

Rochester has the team lead and senior Stephen Goodridge is tied for the individual lead after the first day of the Muskingum Invitational.[read more]



Baseball Ppd. Vs. Cortland

3/26/2008

Wednesday's home baseball game against SUNY Cortland has been postponed due to wet grounds.[read more]



RIT Softball Date Switched

3/26/2008

Rochester's scheduled softball doubleheader at RIT has been moved back a week due to wet grounds.[read more]



Five All-UAA in Softball

3/25/2008

Five Rochester women have earned All-Association honors in softball after voting by the coaches in the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Six All-UAA in Baseball

3/25/2008

Six Rochester baseball players have earned All-Association honors from the University Athletic Association in balloting of the head coaches.[read more]



Lax Edged by Brockport

3/25/2008

Visiting Brockport rode a 5-1 run midway through the second half to a 13-11 victory over the Yellowjackets in women's lacrosse at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Lacrosse upends Oneonta

3/22/2008

Lindsay Dakin scored five goals to lead the women’s lacrosse team to its first win of the year with a 14-13 decision over SUNY Oneonta at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Lacrosse Falls to Nazareth

3/20/2008

Visiting Nazareth College closed the game with a 3-0 run to pull away from the women's lacrosse team and win, 11-5, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Downey Will Retire in June

3/20/2008

University of Rochester women’s volleyball coach Linda Downey will retire effective at the end of the school year.[read more]



Onyiriuka Named An All-American!

3/20/2008

Senior center Jon Onyiriuka has been named an All-American by the NABC and Uche Ndubizu received All-Region honors.[read more]



Burgstrom Is Atlantic's Top Field Athlete

3/19/2008

Senior weightman Mike Burgstrom was named the Atlantic Region Male Field Event Athlete for the Indoor Season in voting by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Marriott named to D3Hoops All-East Region Second Team

3/19/2008

Junior Forward Julie Marriott was named to the D3Hoops.com All-East Region Second Team as voted by the Sports Information Directors in that region.[read more]



Onyiriuka named to D3Hoops.com First Team All-East Region

3/19/2008

Senior Center Jon Onyiriuka was named to the D3Hoops.com First Team All-East Region as voted by the Sports Information Directors in that region.[read more]



Cortland Holds Off W. Lacrosse

3/18/2008

Rochester cut an 8-1 deficit down to 9-6 with seven minutes left before 15th-ranked Cortland held on for a 13-7 women's lacrosse victory at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



'Jackets Sweep Squash Honors in LL

3/17/2008

The University of Rochester squash team swept the major awards presented by the Liberty League. Rochester had the league’s Coaching Staff of the Year, Player of the Year, and Rookie of the Year.[read more]



Women lose to Messiah

3/15/2008

The University of Rochester women’s basketball team had a 15 point lead but could not withstand a furious Messiah rally as the Falcons defeated the Yellowjackets 73-61.[read more]



Softball Finishes Second at UAAs

3/15/2008

The Yellowjacket softball team finished second overall in the University Athletic Association championships after sweeping its last three games.[read more]



'Jackets Continue to Develop

3/15/2008

While college swimming is a team sport, the nature of swimming itself is individual. For that reason, it is often difficult for people to understand exactly what success means in the pool.[read more]



Men Get Better and Better

3/15/2008

Success is identified in many ways. Meet a challenge and you're on the right path, says Rochester swim coach Pete Thompson.[read more]



Men Lose to Coast Guard in NCAAs

3/14/2008

Coast Guard used a key 17-1 run in the second half to turn the game around and go on to a 57-48 win over Rochester in the men's basketball Sweet 16 round.[read more]



Burgstrom Is an All-American!

3/14/2008

Senior weightman Mike Burgstrom earned All-America honors for the second consecutive year in the weight throw.[read more]



Tough Loss for Softball in Fla.

3/13/2008

Washington University scored eight unearned runs and went on to an 8-2 victory over the Yellowjackets at the UAA Championships in Florida.[read more]



Baseball Gets A Split at UAAs

3/13/2008

Strong pitching won the first game on Thursday in Florida, but five wild pitches led to a defeat in the nitecap for the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Men's Tennis Wins, 8-1

3/13/2008

The men's tennis team finished its spring trip strongly with an 8-1 victory over Colby-Sawyer College on Thursday.[read more]



14 are NFHCA Scholars

3/12/2008

14 members of the field hockey team were named to the Scholar-Athlete Team as chosen by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA).[read more]



Women Are 2-2 in Florida

3/12/2008

The women's tennis team has split the first four matches of its spring trip to Florida - beating Haverford (5-4) and Drew (8-1) while losing to Coe College (1-8) and Bentley (3-6).[read more]



Men's Tennis Now 2-1 in Florida

3/12/2008

The men's tennis team defeated Bentley and Drew in Florida to improve to 2-1 on the spring trip after a 7-2 loss to Coe College.[read more]



Baseball Splits UAA Pair

3/12/2008

Rochester split its first two games of the University Athletic Association baseball championships, losing to Brandeis, 10-7, then defeating Case, 11-5.[read more]



'Jackets Now 3-1 at UAA Softball

3/12/2008

Rochester improved to 3-1 at the University Athletic Association championships by defeating Emory, 6-4, and Brandeis, 1-0, on Wednesday.[read more]



Both NCAA Games on Radio

3/12/2008

Rochester's NCAA Sweet 16 playoff games will be available over the internet and the women's game will be over the air as well.[read more]



Softball Splits at UAAs

3/11/2008

Rochester split its first two games of the University Athletic Association softball championships on Tuesday. The Yellowjackets lost, 10-0, to Washington, then beat Case, 2-0.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Skidmore Again

3/11/2008

Rochester held on for an 8-7 win in game one, then rallied for a 5-4 win in game two in a doubleheader sweep of Skidmore.[read more]



Vassar beats M. Tennis

3/9/2008

Vassar College took four of six singles and all three doubles matches in a 7-2 win over the men's tennis team on Sunday.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Skidmore

3/9/2008

The baseball team opened its Liberty League season with a doubleheader sweep of Skidmore College in Central Florida on Sunday.[read more]



Men Head for Ursinus

3/9/2008

The men's basketball team will play in the Sweet 16 at Ursinus College beginning on Friday.[read more]



Women Off to Messiah

3/9/2008

For the second time in three years, the women's basketball team faces a host school in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Division III tournament.[read more]



Men 12th at ECACs

3/9/2008

Mike Burgstrom, Andrew Lee, and Tyle Stelzig were the main catalysts at the men’s track & field team finished in a three way tie for 12th place out of 73 schools at the ECAC Championships[read more]



Women 15th of 73 at ECACs

3/9/2008

Stacie Woods placed fourth in the 500 meter run and ran on the 4x400 relay (sixth place)to help the women’s track & field team to a 15th place finish at the ECAC Championships at Harvard.[read more]



Five-Run Ninth Propels Baseball

3/8/2008

The baseball team scored five runs in the bottom of the ninth to pull out a 15-14 victory over Drew University in Florida on Saturday.[read more]



Women Roll Past Medaille

3/8/2008

Fueled by a 39-7 scoring advantage from the bench, the women's basketball team defeated Medaille College to reach the Sweet 16 again.[read more]



Men Move into Sweet 16 of NCAAs

3/8/2008

Rochester rode some clutch shooting to a 65-56 win over Penn State Behrend that pushed the Yellowjackets into the Sweet 16 of the NCAAs.[read more]



Softball Rallies Twice

3/8/2008

Rochester rallied for a pair of victories in softball over The College of New Jersey.[read more]



Men Underway at ECAC Track

3/7/2008

The men's indoor track and field team competed well on the first day of the competition at Harvard University[read more]



Women Top ECSU in NCAAs

3/7/2008

Four players hit double figures as Rochester defeated Eastern Conn. State in the opening round of the NCAA Div. III playoffs at Scranton.[read more]



Men Get Past Middlebury

3/7/2008

Jon Onyiriuka and Jeff Juron combined for 22 second half points as Rochester overcame Middlebury College, 56-43, in a first round NCAA game at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Do Well at ECAC Track

3/7/2008

The women’s track & field team had some impressive performances on the first day of the ECAC Track & Field Championships at Harvard University.[read more]



Four Women All-UAA in Hoops

3/6/2008

Four women’s basketball players at the University of Rochester, two with Section V ties, have earned All-Association honors from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Five Men Are All-UAA on the Court

3/6/2008

All five starters on the men’s basketball team at the University of Rochester have earned All-Association honors from the University Athletic Association. [read more]



WYSL Airs Both Hoops Games

3/6/2008

Rochester's NCAA basketball playoff games will be broadcast live this weekend thanks to the efforts of WYSL 1040AM.[read more]



Men Host 4-Team NCAA Regional

3/3/2008

The University of Rochester men’s basketball team will open play in the 2008 NCAA Division III National Championships at the Louis Alexander Palestra on Friday evening.[read more]



Women to Face E. Conn. at Scranton

3/3/2008

The University of Rochester women’s basketball team will return to a very familiar venue when the Yellowjackets take part in the first round of the NCAA Division III National Championships.[read more]



Two Excel at Squash Championships

3/2/2008

Sophomore Jim Bristow and freshman Frederick Reid advanced deep into the individual national championships hosted by the College Squash Association.[read more]



Women Earn Pool C Bid

3/2/2008

The women's basketball team earned its third consecutive Pool C (at-large) bid to the NCAA Division III National Championships.[read more]



Women Win State Track Title!

3/1/2008

The women's track and field team won its first New York State indoor team championship in 22 years with a victory at St. Lawrence University on Saturday.[read more]



Uche's Career High Sparks Win

3/1/2008

Uche Ndubizu scored a career high 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the men's basketball team to a 74-67 victory over Carnegie Mellon.[read more]



Women Top CMU for 20th Win

3/1/2008

The women's basketball team defeated Carnegie Mellon University, 55-49, to earn its 20th victory over the season.[read more]



Men 5th at State Track Champs

3/1/2008

The men's track & field team battled to a seventh place finish at the NYSCTC championships at St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Three Women Named to All-Academic Team in Cross Country

2/29/2008

Three members of the women’s cross country team were named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association’s (USTFCCCA) All Academic Team.[read more]



Three Men Named to All-Academic Team in Cross Country

2/29/2008

Three members of the men’s cross country team were named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association’s (USTFCCCA) All Academic Team.[read more]



Softball Has a Good Mix

2/29/2008

The Yellowjacket softball team has a good blend of returning veterans and talented newcomers as the 2008 season dawns.[read more]



Women Tied for First at State Track

2/29/2008

Live Results are available throughout Friday and Saturday for the New York State Championships at St. Lawrence.[read more]



Men Off to Good Start at State Track

2/29/2008

Live Results are available for the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championships at St. Lawrence.[read more]



W. Tennis falls to Colgate

2/25/2008

The women’s tennis team lost its first match of the season against Colgate 7-0 on Sunday.[read more]



M. Tennis falls to Colgate

2/25/2008

The men's tennis team lost to Colgate on Sunday 6-1.[read more]



Women Fall to Emory

2/24/2008

The University of Rochester women’s team saw its eight game home winning steak end as Emory University won 59-56. It was Rochester’s first home loss since losing to Medaille on November 20 and its Emory’s first win in Rochester in seven years.[read more]



Seniors Celebrate With Win

2/24/2008

Senior Day at the Palestra was a rousing success as the men's basketball team defeated Emory, 76-63, to improve to 19-5.[read more]



Easton Qualifies for NYS High Jump

2/24/2008

Kevin Easton qualified for the New York State championships in the high jump after a third place finish in the event at the NYS Multi-Event Championship at St. Lawrence.[read more]



Landry Wins State Pent!

2/24/2008

Jamie Landry won the New York State Multi-Event championship at St. Lawrence University on Sunday with two firsts, a second, and a third in four of the five events.[read more]



Fischer Top 8 at UAAs

2/23/2008

Senior Kelly Fischer capped off her swimming career in style by finishing eighth in the 200 breaststroke at the UAA Championships.[read more]



Two Divers in UAA Top 8 for Men

2/23/2008

David Mitsche and Kyle Cron finished in the top eight finishers on the one meter board to highlight Saturday action for Rochester at the UAA Swimming and Diving Championships.[read more]



Burgstrom's A Lock for NCAAs!

2/23/2008

Mike Burgstrom has automatically qualified for the NCAA Division III Championships in the weight throw, thanks to his performance at Cornell on Saturday.[read more]



Multiple scorers for men at UAAs

2/22/2008

There were 10 individual scorers for the men's swimming team on Day 3 at the University Athletic Association championships. [read more]



Multiple scorers for women at UAAs

2/22/2008

There were 14 individual scorers for the women's swimming team on Day 3 at the There were 10 individual scorers for the women's swimming team on Day 3 at the University Athletic Association championships. [read more]



Second Half Fuels Men's Win

2/22/2008

Robert Dominiak scored eight of his game-high 16 points in a game-turning 13-0 run that led the University of Rochester to a 75-56 victory over Case Western Reserve at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Women Top 90 in Hoop Win

2/22/2008

Helen Baroody scored a career high 20 points and led four Yellowjackets in double figures as Rochester defeated Case Western Reserve, 92-71, at the Palestra.[read more]



Squash Finishes 10th Overall

2/21/2008

Rochester finished 10th overall at the College Squash Association championships and won the Barnaby Cup for the second straight season.[read more]



Duo Scores Points for Men at UAAs

2/21/2008

J.D. Dennison and Bruce Maki were individual scorers for the men's swimming and diving team at the UAA Championships.[read more]



Three Get Individual Pts. for women at UAA Swim Champs

2/21/2008

Day 2 of the UAA Swimming and Diving Championships were held at the Webster Aquatic Center.[read more]



Men Upended in 2 OTs

2/17/2008

Host NYU fought back from deficits in the second half and the first OT to defeat the Yellowjackets in double overtime, 92-85.[read more]



Women Strong at Kane Invite

2/17/2008

The women's track and field team had a series of strong performances, including one record-breaking jujmp that snapped an 18-year-old mark.[read more]



Burgstrom Wins Weight at Kane

2/17/2008

Mike Burgstrom came up with another winning performance in the weight throw at the Kane Invitational at Cornell.[read more]



Women in 4-Way Tie for First

2/17/2008

Rochester's in the hunt for the UAA women's basketball championship after a 73-65 win at NYU on Sunday.[read more]



Women Get 9-0 Tennis Win

2/17/2008

The women's tennis team opened the spring season with a 9-0 victory over LeMoyne College on Sunday at the Goergen Center indoor courts.[read more]



Men Sweep LeMoyne in Tennis

2/17/2008

Rochester won every match to claim a 9-0 tennis victory over visiting LeMoyne College at the Goergen Center indoor courts on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Squash Edged by Williams

2/15/2008

Rochester will play in the College Squash Association's Hoehn Division as the top seed after being edged by Williams College in a play-in match Friday morning.[read more]



Women Lose at Brandeis

2/15/2008

Rochester battled back from a large second half deficit, but came up just short at Brandeis on Friday night.[read more]



Men Edged by Brandeis

2/15/2008

Rochester battled back to tie the score at 59-all with just over three minutes to play before Brandeis made some key plays down the stretch.[read more]



Squash Storms Past Amherst, 9-0

2/15/2008

Rochester opened the Hoehn Cup with a 9-0 win over Amherst College to earn its 14th victory of the season.[read more]



Squash To Face Williams in Play-In

2/13/2008

Rochester will face Williams College on Friday morning in a play-in match to determine the eighth seed for the national championships.[read more]



Men's Track Enjoys Stellar Day

2/11/2008

The men’s indoor track and field team had a number of personal bests and a few ECAC qualifying performances at the St. Valentine’s Day Relays held at Boston University on Friday and Saturday.

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Men Nipped by Washington

2/10/2008

Troy Ruths scored 18 points and grabbed a clutch defensive rebound at the end to secure Washington’s 54-53 victory over the University of Rochester at the WU Field House.[read more]



Women Lose at OT Buzzer

2/10/2008

Rochester fought back from an eight-point second half deficit to force overtime, but Washington made a layup just before the OT horn to win, 63-61.[read more]



Personally, A Great Day for W. Track

2/10/2008

men’s indoor track and field team broke one school record, tied another, and had a number of personal bests and ECAC qualifying performances.[read more]



W. Track Ranked 6th

2/8/2008

The women's indoor track and field team is ranked sixth in the first set of power rankings issued by the coaches' association.[read more]



Chicago Trips Up Women, 56-46

2/8/2008

The University of Chicago used good production from its reserves to defeat Rochester, 56-46, in women's basketball.[read more]



Men Edge Past Chicago, 64-63

2/8/2008

Uche Ndubizu scored on a layup with four seconds to play to lift the Yellowjackets to a 64-63 victory over Chicago in men's basketball.[read more]



Women Excel at RIT

2/4/2008

The women’s track and field team had another impressive outing by producing some top performances at the RIT Invitational.[read more]



Burgstrom has another solid day

2/4/2008

Senior weightman Mike Burgstrom surpassed the NCAA qualifying standard with a good throw at the RIT Invitational.[read more]



Men Fall to Chicago

2/3/2008

The University of Rochester saw its 13 game homecourt win streak come to an end as the University of Chicago defeated the third-ranked Yellowjackets 74-65 at the Palestra.

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Women defeat Chicago 54-48

2/3/2008

Julie Marriott scored a game high 19 points and had five rebounds as the University of Rochester women’s basketball team defeated Chicago 54-48 at the Palestra.[read more]



Squash Improves to 13-1

2/3/2008

By winning the top seven positions, the Yellowjacket squash team improved to 13-1 with a 7-2 victory over Franklin & Marshall College.[read more]



Porter's Career Night Keys Win

2/2/2008

Alex Porter scored six of her career high 25 points in overtime as the women’s basketball team defeated Washington University, 58-55, at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Upend Top-Ranked Washington

2/2/2008

With a season's high crowd of 1,800 roaring its approval, the men's basketball team defeated top-ranked Washington, 73-70, in OT.[read more]



Squash Defeats SLU, 9-0

2/2/2008

ter won its third match in three days with a 9-0 win over St. Lawrence at the Peter Lyman Squash Center in the Goergen Athletic Complex.[read more]



W. Swim/Dive Team Tops RIT

2/2/2008

ning five individual events, one relay, and both diving boards, the women’s swimming and diving team swept past host RIT.[read more]



M. Swim/Dive Edged at RIT

2/2/2008

The men's swimming and diving team lost narrowly at RIT in a dual meet.[read more]



Fourth Straight for Squash

2/1/2008

Rochester won the top five positions, 3-0, to defeat No. 13 Navy at the Peter Lyman Squash Center on Friday evening.[read more]



Squash Beats Hobart, 9-0

1/31/2008

The Yellowjacket squash team opened up its four-match homestand with a 9-0 victory over Liberty League rival Hobart College at the Peter Lyman Squash Center.[read more]



Balance Leads Men Over Case

1/27/2008

Five Yellowjackets scored in double figures as the men's basketball team outscored Case, 85-74.[read more]



Women Move Into First in UAA

1/27/2008

The women's basketball team moved into first place by themselves with a gutty 75-70 win at Case.[read more]



Men Defeat Ithaca

1/26/2008

The men’s swimming and diving team increased their win streak to three after defeating Ithaca College 128-115 at the Speegle Wilbraham Aquatic Complex.[read more]



Three Win for Women against Ithaca

1/26/2008

The women’s swimming and diving team had three individuals combine to win five events in a home meet against Ithaca (won by the Bombers 133.5-109.5).[read more]



Three Men Win Events at SLU

1/26/2008

Mike Burgstrom's longest weight throw at the St. Lawrence Invitational landed just .02 meters shy of securing him an automatic berth into the NCAA Championships.[read more]



Women Shine at SLU Invite

1/26/2008

The UR women’s track and field team used five first-place finishes to win the St. Lawrence Invitational at St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Men Fall in OT at Emory

1/25/2008

Rochester was upended at Emory University, 81-76, in overtime after the Yellowjackets tied the game dramatically at the end of regulation.[read more]



Women Rally Past Emory

1/25/2008

Down by 16 with 10:20 to play - and seven points with three minutes left - the women's basketball team rallied past Emory.[read more]



Squash Rolls Past Hamilton, 9-0

1/24/2008

The Yellowjacket squash team rolled to its ninth victory of the season, a 9-0 win at Hamilton College.[read more]



Squash Up to #7 in Poll

1/23/2008

The squash team has risen to #7 in the newest poll issued by the College Squash Association.[read more]



Women Defeat Brandeis, 77-61

1/20/2008

Melissa Alwardt sank three three-pointers in just over a minute to help the women's basketball team pull away to a 77-61 victory over Brandeis.[read more]



Men Win No. 1 vs. No. 2 Battle

1/20/2008

Jeff Juron and Rob Dominiak combined for nine points in the last minute as top-ranked Rochester defeated second-ranked Brandeis at the Palestra.[read more]



Solid Day for Women's Track

1/19/2008

The women's indoor track and field team got the spring semester off to a rousing start by producing a number of top performances at the RIT Invitational.[read more]



Burgstrom Closer to NCAAs

1/19/2008

Senior weightman Mike Burgstrom edged closer to automatic qualification for the NCAA Division III Championships with an improved throw at the RIT Invitational.[read more]



Women defeat NYU 62-55

1/18/2008

Alex Porter and Helen Baroody combined for 18 points in the second half as the Yellowjackets rallied for a 62-55 victory over third-ranked NYU at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Defeat NYU, 70-54

1/18/2008

Jon Onyiriuka scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Rob Dominiak added 16 points as the men’s basketball team held off New York University, 70-54, at the Palestra.[read more]



Squash Tops Two Ranked Foes

1/14/2008

The Yellowjacket squash team improved to 8-1 over the weekend by defeating two teams ranked ahead of Rochester in the current poll.[read more]



Five Win for Women vs. Naz

1/13/2008

The women’s swimming and diving team had five individuals combine to win six events in a home meet against Nazareth.[read more]



Men Swim Past Nazareth

1/13/2008

Less than 24 hours after a thrilling one-point win at SUNY Cortland, the men’s swimming and diving team outpointed Nazareth, 132-71.[read more]



Women Fall At Cortland

1/12/2008

The women's swimming and diving team produced several individual top performances in a dual meet at SUNY Cortland on Friday.[read more]



Med Edge Cortland in Return

1/12/2008

The men's swimming and diving team returned from winter break and a training trip in warmer climes to defeat host SUNY Cortland by a single point on Friday.[read more]



Women Grab 5th Chase Title

1/12/2008

Fueled by 20 points and seven rebounds from tournament MVP Julie Marriott, the women's basketball team defeated Nazareth, 83-46, to win the JPMorgan Chase Championship.[read more]



Men Repeat as Chase Champions

1/12/2008

Uche Ndubizu and Rob Dominiak scored 22 points apiece to lead the men's basketball team to an 87-75 win over Nazareth in the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Men Edge Past Brockport in Thriller

1/11/2008

Robert Dominiak sank a key three-pointer down the stretch as Rochester defeated Brockport in the Chase semifinals at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Roll Into Chase Final

1/10/2008

Rochester scored the first 17 points of the game and rolled past Roberts Wesleyan, 88-53, to reach the title game in the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Men Roll Into Chase Semifinals

1/9/2008

Top-ranked Rochester used a 34-2 run over 13 minutes in the first half to roll to an 81-37 victory over Keuka College in the quarterfinals of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Women Top Geneseo in Chase

1/8/2008

Rochester used a 20-2 run in the second half to seize control and defeat SUNY Geneseo, 63-37, in the opening round of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Men Earn #1 Seed in Chase

1/6/2008

The men's basketball team is seeded first and will open play against eighth-seeded Keuka College on Wednesday at SUNY Geneseo.[read more]



Women Are Top Seed in Chase

1/6/2008

The women's basketball team is the number one seed for the JPMorgan Chase Tournament and will open play at Geneseo at 8:15 pm on Tuesday.[read more]



Balance Sparks Sixth Straight W

1/5/2008

Three players scored in double figures as the women's basketball team won its sixth straight game.[read more]



Five All-Region By D3Kicks.com

1/3/2008

D3Kicks.com named Nick Mikolenko an All-American and chose four teammates for All-Region honors to celebrate Rochester's soccer success in 2007.[read more]



Women Shut Down Clarkson, Now 7-1

1/2/2008

With both teams shooting a chilly 27.7% from the floor, the women's basketball team defeated Clarkson, 54-34, on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Mikolenko Earns All-America Honors

12/19/2007

Senior defender Nick Mikolenko has been named to the NSCAA/adidas All-America Men’s Soccer Team in voting by members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.[read more]



VanVechten Repeats As An All-American

12/19/2007

Senior defender Ashley VanVechten has been named an All-American for the third consecutive year.[read more]



Men 9-0 at Break After 75-58 Win

12/14/2007

Jon Onyiriuka and Rob Dominiak combined for 43 points as the Yellowjackets defeated St. John Fisher, 75-58, at the Palestra.[read more]



Squash 2-2 at US Team Champs

12/13/2007

The Yellowjacket squash team had a competitive showing at the five-man U.S. Team Championships in Connecticut. The field included major college teams plus the best coaches and college graduates living in the United States.[read more]



Burgstrom Halfway to NCAAs

12/13/2007

Senior weightman Mike Burgstrom took a big step towards a chance at his second consecutive All-America honor by winning the weight throw at the RIT Early Season Invitational last week.[read more]



Four Qualify for ECACs

12/12/2007

The women's indoor track and field team had a strong first meet with four individuals qualifying for the ECAC Championships.[read more]



Bielecki Helps U.S. Win

12/12/2007

Matt Bielecki rushed for a net of 18 yards and helped the United States to a 37-19 victory over Mexico in the Aztec Bowl on December 8.[read more]



Three Are All-East in Football

12/12/2007

Three Yellowjackets have earned All-East Region honors in football from d3football.com.[read more]



Men Beat RIT by 10

12/11/2007

The men's basketball team, hours after being ranked No. 1 nationally, withstood a furious RIT rally to win, 80-70, at Clark Gymnasium.[read more]



Women 6-1 at Break; Beat Union 56-44

12/8/2007

Helen Baroody and Alex Porter combined for 29 points to lead the women's basketball team to a 56-44 victory over Union College.[read more]



Men Beat Hobart; Go to 7-0

12/5/2007

Senior forward Jon Onyiriuka became the 23rd Rochester men's player to hit the 1,000-point mark in his career as the Yellowjackets defeated Hobart College, 70-57.[read more]



Women Top Herons, Now 5-1

12/4/2007

The women's basketball team won its fifth game in six starts with a 77-67 victory over previously unbeaten William Smith College.[read more]



Men Top CMU in UAA Opener

12/1/2007

Four players contributed to a 15-4 run to open the second half and Rochester went on to a 64-50 victory over Carnegie Mellon at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Win LL Swim Crown

12/1/2007

The men's swimming and diving team successfully defended its Liberty League championship by winning the team title at Union College.[read more]



Women Third at LL Swim Champs

12/1/2007

The women's swimming and diving team finished third at the Liberty League Swimming and Diving Championships hosted by Union College.[read more]



Live Results for LL Swim Champs

11/30/2007

Rochester is at Union College on Friday and Saturday for the Liberty League Swim Championships.[read more]



Rape Named First Team Academic All-American

11/29/2007

Senior defensive back Andy Rape has been named as an ESPN The Magazine College Division First Team Academic All-American in voting by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Bielecki An Alternate for Aztec Bowl

11/27/2007

Senior running back Matt Bielecki didn't have a big rooting interest in the Division III football playoffs this weekend. Now he does.[read more]



Women Capitalize vs. Elmira

11/27/2007

Rochester scored 36 points off turnovers and 21 on second chances in a 77-51 victory over Elmira at the Palestra Tuesday night.[read more]



Men Win HIA Title Over OWU

11/25/2007

The men's basketball team shot a blazing 74% in the second half and rallied to defeat Ohio Wesleyan, 76-69, at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Women Defeat Ithaca

11/25/2007

Alex Porter and Helen Baroody combined for 30 points to lead the Yellowjackets to a 77-49 victory over Ithaca College at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Men Reach HIA Final

11/24/2007

Rochester used balanced scoring and a career best 10 assists from Max Kaplan to defeat SUNY Cortland, 72-50, and reach the final of the Holiday Inn Airport Invitational.[read more]



VanVechten Named an Academic All-American

11/21/2007

Senior defender Ashley VanVechten has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America College Division Women's Soccer Team.[read more]



Medaille Defeats W. Hoops, 67-51

11/20/2007

Visiting Medaille College shot 54% from the floor and held the Yellowjackets to 32% to post a 67-51 victory at the Palestra in women's basketball.[read more]



Men Beat Nazareth, Now 3-0

11/20/2007

Jon Onyiriuka and Uche Ndubizu combined for 42 points and 21 rebounds as the men's basketball team defeated Nazareth, 68-51, on the road Tuesday.[read more]



13 Earn Liberty Gridiron Honors

11/19/2007

Thirteen Yellowjackets earned All-Liberty League honors and freshman running back Clarence Onyiriuka was named the Rookie of the Year.[read more]



Squash Wins LL Title!

11/18/2007

The squash team won its first-ever Liberty League squash championship by sweeping Vassar and Hobart, 9-0 on Sunday.[read more]



Corbalan Looks Inside the Game

11/17/2007

An early-season injury kept All-UAA goalie Paco Corbalan sidelined much of the year. He's back, and sees the game from a different perspective.[read more]



Women Top Bowdoin, 76-56

11/17/2007

Tournament MVP Julie Marriott scored 20 points, added three assists and four rebounds as the women's basketball team defeated Bowdoin College, 76-56, to win the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Men Top Oneonta, 72-53

11/17/2007

Tournament MVP Rob Dominiak scored a career high 24 points and Uche Ndubizu added 17 as the men's basketball team defeated Oneonta St., 72-53, in the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Gridders Fall to Alfred

11/17/2007

The Yellowjackets lost to Alfred University, 49-14, in the ECAC Northwest Bowl on Saturday.[read more]



Men Downed at Messiah

11/17/2007

Defending national champion Messiah College scored two goals early in the second half and rolled to a 6-0 win over Rochester in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III playoffs.[read more]



Kellie in Middle Third at NCAAs

11/17/2007

Senior Kellie Hasselwander finished in the middle third of the competitors at the NCAA Division III National Cross Country Championships.[read more]



Some Standouts at CMU Quad

11/17/2007

There were a couple of standout performances for the men’s swimming and diving team in a four-team meet hosted by Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday.[read more]



Two Top Swims for Scherry at CMU

11/17/2007

Danielle Scherry took one first- and one second-place in distance events in a four-team meet at Carnegie Mellon University.[read more]



Women Top Mount, 73-44

11/16/2007

Alex Porter grabbed 12 rebounds and had three steals in 17 minutes to lead a balanced attack as the women's basketball team defeated Mt. St. Vincent, 73-44, in the opening round of the Chuck Resler Invitational.[read more]



Men Top New Paltz, 73-43

11/16/2007

Junior guard Max Kaplan scored all 11 of his points in the first half to spark the men's basketball team to a 73-43 victory over SUNY New Paltz in the opening round of the Chuck Resler Tournament at the Palestra[read more]



Men Have A Senior Presence

11/15/2007

Five seniors will play key roles for the men's basketball team - starting with Friday's season-opener at home.[read more]



Women's Youth Will Be an Asset

11/15/2007

The women's basketball team has two straight Sweet 16 appearances - and the Yellowjackets open the season on Friday night at the Palestra.[read more]



Four Named All-LL

11/14/2007

Four Yellowjackets have earned all-league honors in field hockey from the Liberty League. One has been named to the First Team, two to the Second Team and one made Honorable Mention.[read more]



Seven Men Named All UAA

11/14/2007

Seven University of Rochester men’s soccer players have earned All-University Athletic Association honors in 2007 after balloting conducted among the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Seven Women Named All UAA

11/14/2007

Seven University of Rochester women’s soccer players have received All-University Athletic Association honors after balloting conducted among the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Gridders Return to ECACs

11/13/2007

The Yellowjacket football team will compete in the ECAC Championships this Saturday against a familiar foe.[read more]



Gridders Fall to Hobart

11/10/2007

Hobart College completed two rapid scoring drives – both less than one minute – late in the second quarter to seize control in a 30-14 victory over the University of Rochester.[read more]



Men Reach Sweet 16

11/10/2007

Sean Hantes and Scott Cady scored goals on each side of halftime as the University of Rochester, ranked fifth in Division III, defeated 22nd-ranked Hobart College, 2-0, in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.[read more]



Men 7th at NCAA Regionals

11/10/2007

The men's cross country team finished seventh out of 39 teams at the NCAA Atlantic Region Championships at Van Cortlandt Park.[read more]



Hasselwander Qualifies

11/10/2007

Senior Kellie Hasselwander qualified for the NCAA Division III national cross country championships after finishing 14th out of 255 individuals at the NCAA Atlantic Regional.[read more]



M. Swim Falls at Union

11/10/2007

Rochester won an individual event and one relay in a 143-98 loss at Union College on Saturday.[read more]



Union Outswims Women

11/10/2007

Rochester claimed three individual events and one relay, but the Yellowjackets lost to Union's women's swimming team, 144-99.[read more]



Men Top Keuka 3-0 on Pitch

11/9/2007

Scott Cady scored less than three minutes into the game for the University of Rochester, and the Yellowjackets rode the early momentum to a 3-0 victory over Keuka College in the first round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Playoffs.[read more]



Women Lose in ECAC Shootout

11/7/2007

Rochester lost to Fredonia, 1-0, in a shootout after the Fredonia goalkeeper made three saves in the tiebreaking session.[read more]



Men Host NCAA Regional

11/5/2007

The University of Rochester will make its 10th appearance in the NCAA Division III playoffs when the Yellowjackets host a four-team regional on Friday and Saturday at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women To Host ECAC Game

11/5/2007

The University of Rochester women’s soccer team has been seeded second in a field of eight for the ECAC Upstate New York Championships.[read more]



Football Tops RPI, 6th Straight Win!

11/3/2007

The Yellowjacket defense made a huge goalline stand in the closing minutes and the football team defeated RPI, 25-21.[read more]



Men Run 10th at States

11/3/2007

The men's cross country team finished 10th out of 15 at the New York State Collegiate Track Championships hosted by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.[read more]



Women Tie for 6th at States

11/3/2007

With four runners finishing in the top 45, Rochester ran to a sixth place finish at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference cross country championships.[read more]



Spikers 6th at UAA Champs

11/3/2007

Rochester defeated Case Western Reserve, 3-2, and lost to NYU, 3-2, to finish in sixth place at the University Athletic Association women's volleyball championships.[read more]



Women Knot Case, 1-1

11/3/2007

The women's soccer team ran into a stiff challenge from Case goalkeeper Kirsten McClain and wound up tying the Spartans, 1-1, in double overtime on Saturday night. [read more]



Men Win UAA title and Bid!

11/3/2007

Sophomore goalkeeper Michael Peacock made seven saves to post his fifth shutout this year as the Yellowjackets won the UAA men’s soccer championship with a 3-0 victory over eighth-ranked Case Western Reserve.[read more]



Eagles Win UAA Volleyball Title

11/3/2007

Emory University defeated Washington University, 3-2, to win the UAA women's volleyball championship at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Seeds Hold Fast in UAA VB

11/2/2007

Washington and Emory advanced to the championship match while Carnegie Mellon and Brandeis will contend for third place in UAA volleyball matches that will be Webcast live from the Palestra on Satu[read more]



Spikers Lose to CMU, WU

11/2/2007

Rochester lost its first two matches in the University Athletic Association volleyball championships to Washington University and Carnegie Mellon University by 3-0 counts.[read more]



Sulkin is 1st Team Academic All-District

11/1/2007

Senior defender Matt Sulkin of the men's soccer team has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District One First Team in voting done by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Two Women Are Academic All-District in Soccer

11/1/2007

Senior defender Ashley VanVechten and senior goalkeeper Molly Leitch have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America District One First Team.[read more]



Men Defeat Chicago, 3-1

10/28/2007

Steve Welles and J.J. Dennstedt scored 11 minutes apart in the first half to carry the men's soccer team to a 3-1 victory over the University of Chicago. [read more]



Hartwick Blanks F. Hockey

10/28/2007

Hartwick scored once in each half and defeated the Yellowjackets, 2-0, in the regular season field hockey finale.[read more]



Women Fall Twice in Midwest

10/28/2007

The women's soccer team lost at 10th-ranked Washington, 3-1, on Friday evening and was edged, 1-0, by Chicago on Sunday.[read more]



Squash Wins First Two

10/28/2007

The squash team opened with a 9-0 win over Colgate and a 7-2 win over USC on Saturday.[read more]



Football Wins Fifth Straight

10/27/2007

Freshman Clarence Onyiriuka ran for a career-high 219 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Yellowjackets to a 38-20 victory over visiting Susquehanna University at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Split at Geneseo

10/27/2007

Rochester split its last two matches before the UAA Championships. The Yellowjackets defeated SUNY Geneseo, 3-0, and lost to SUNY Potsdam, 3-1.[read more]



Two Men All-UAA in XC

10/27/2007

Dan Mueller and Patrick Hughes earned All-Association honors at the University Athletic Association cross country championships.[read more]



Hasselwander All-UAA in XC

10/27/2007

Senior Kellie Hasselwander earned Second Team All-UAA honors at the association cross country championships held at Franklin Park on Saturday.[read more]



F. Hockey Blanked by Oneonta

10/27/2007

The field hockey team applied heavy pressure in the second half but couldn't crack the Oneonta defense and lost, 3-0, on Saturday.[read more]



Men Tie at Washington

10/26/2007

The men's soccer team kept a slim hold on first place in the University Athletic Association race after battling Washington University to a 1-1 double overtime tie.[read more]



Let A Kid Take YOU to the Game

10/25/2007

Fans who come to the Rochester-Susquehanna football game on Saturday can see two strong offensive teams and have a chance to help their children as well.[read more]



Bucarey Nets OT Winner

10/24/2007

Lara Bucarey drove home a penalty corner from Erica Gelb 8:05 into the first sudden death overtime to give the Yellowjackets a 3-2 field hockey win over Brockport at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



V-Ball Falls to Nazareth

10/24/2007

The women''s volleyball team lost at Nazareth College, 30-25, 30-27, 30-25, on Wednesday evening.[read more]



Women Blank RPI

10/23/2007

The women's soccer team ran its unbeaten streak to nine matches with a 2-0 victory over visiting RPI at Fauver Stadium on Tuesday.[read more]



W. Soccer Defeats Wilkes, 4-0

10/21/2007

Fueled by two goals from Erin Carballo, the women's soccer team defeated Wilkes University, 4-0, at SUNY Cortland on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Three Advance in NYS Tennis

10/20/2007

One singles player has advanced to the championship match and a doubles team has reached the semifinals of the New York State Championships being ho[read more]



Gridders Outscore WPI

10/20/2007

The Melliora Weekend football game was a high-scoring affair with the Yellowjackets defeating WPI, 42-27, to post their fourth straight victory.[read more]



Field Hockey Defeats Vassar

10/20/2007

Alicia Citro and Lara Bucarey scored two goals apiece to lead the Yellowjackets past Vassar, 6-1, in field hockey at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Field Hockey Blanks RPI

10/19/2007

Sophomore Lara Bucarey scored her team-leading eighth goal of the season late in the first half to carry the Yellowjackets to a 1-0 field hockey victory over Renssealer Polytechnic Institute at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Win 8th Straight

10/19/2007

Steve Welles scored two first half goals, both assisted by J.J. Dennstedt to spark the men's soccer team to a 4-0 victory over Houghton College.[read more]



Ithaca Blanks Field Hockey

10/17/2007

Ithaca College scored twice in the first 19 minutes to post a 2-0 victory over the Yellowjacket field hockey team.[read more]



Goalless Draw for W. Soccer

10/17/2007

Senior goalkeeper Molly Leitch posted her sixth shutout in the last seven outings as the women's soccer team battled to a 0-0 double overtime tie with Nazareth at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



V-Ball Falls in Home Finale

10/16/2007

Visiting Fredonia jumped out to early leads and went on to a 3-0 victory over the women's volleyball team at the Palestra Tuesday night.[read more]



Golfers 8th at McDaniel

10/15/2007

Rochester finished in eighth place at the McDaniel Invitational on Monday afternoon.[read more]



UC, CMU top Volleyball

10/14/2007

The women's volleyball team lost to Carnegie Mellon, 3-0, and to the Unviersity of Chicago, 3-0, on Sunday at the University Athletic Association round robin.[read more]



Men Top Emory in 2 OTs

10/14/2007

Bobby Milenovici headed in a a long throw in with 3:57 left in the second sudden death overtime as the Yellowjacketsdefeated 10th-ranked Emory University, 1-0.[read more]



Women Hand Emory First Loss

10/14/2007

Rochester’s defense posted its eighth shutout of the season and used an early goal to earn a 1-0 victory over seventh-ranked Emory University at Edwin Favuer Stadium.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins 7-0

10/13/2007

Seven players scored a goal apiece as the field hockey team defeated SUNY Oswego, 7-0, at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Hasselwander Stars for WXC

10/13/2007

Kellie Hasselwander placed ninth in a field of 164 to lead the women’s cross country team to a strong finish at the Yellowjacket Invitational in Genesee Valley Park[read more]



Balance Helps the Men

10/13/2007

With the first six runners divided by 17 seconds and five of them by eight seconds, the men’s cross country team produced a fourth place finish at the Yellowjacket Invitational in Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Gridders Run Past Mt. Ida

10/13/2007

Matt Bielecki ran for 233 yards and four TDs plus a two-point conversion as the Yellowjackets rolled past Mount Ida College, 43-26.[read more]



Men Defeat Carnegie, 2-0

10/12/2007

Sean Hantes and Steve Welles scored goals just over a minute apart midway through the second half to carry the men's soccer team to a 2-0 victory over Carnegie Mellon.[read more]



Women Knot CMU, 1-1

10/12/2007

The women's soccer team couldn't convert a couple of late opportunities and settled for a 1-1 tie with Carnegie Mellon University.[read more]



Spikers Hold On vs. Cards

10/10/2007

Sarah Kauper and Dana Hilfinger had 14 kills and four blocks apiece as the women's volleyball team defeated St. John Fisher, 3-1.[read more]



Bottcher Goal Beats Geneseo

10/9/2007

Christi Bottcher scored off a penalty corner 4:09 into overtime to give the Yellowjacket field hockey team a 2-1 victory over SUNY Geneseo at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Golfers Finish in Fifth Place

10/8/2007

Rochester's golfers finished in fifth place out of nine teams at the St. John Fisher/Nazareth Shootout on Monday afternoon.[read more]



Gridders Top USMMA

10/6/2007

Clarence Onyiriuka ran for two touchdowns and Matt Bielecki caught a pass for another as the Yellowjackets defeated the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, 20-10.[read more]



Union Beats UR 4-1

10/6/2007

Just a day after falling to 15th-ranked Skidmore, the Yellowjacket field hockey team was upended by Union College, 4-1.[read more]



Men Top #9 NYU

10/6/2007

The men's soccer team put together one of its best efforts of the season in posting 1 -0 victory over ninth-ranked New York University on Saturday.[read more]



Frosh Five Fifth at Hamilton

10/6/2007

Five freshmen combined to finish in fifth place out of 10 teams at the Hamilton College Men's Invitational Cross Country Race on Saturday.[read more]



Women Blank NYU, 1-0

10/6/2007

Rochester used a first half goal and tough defense to hand New York University its first loss of the season, 1-0, Saturday night at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women in Top 4 at Hamilton

10/6/2007

The women's cross country team finished fourth out of eight teams at the Hamilton College Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Skidmore Tops F Hockey

10/5/2007

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Spikers Go 2-2 at Fredonia Tr.,

10/5/2007

The women's volleyball team defeated Oneonta St., 3-1, and Penn State Behrend, 3-0, on Saturday at the Fredonia State Tournament.[read more]



Men Defeat Fisher, 6-3 on Court

10/4/2007

The men's tennis team completed its fall season with a 6-3 victory over St. John Fisher at the Peter Lyman Courts on Thursday.[read more]



Volleyball Rolls Past Elmira

10/3/2007

Jessica Rasmussen had 13 kills and 15 digs to lead the women's volleyball team to a 3-0 win over Elmira College at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Blank Geneseo, 2-0

10/2/2007

Bridgette Varin and Tammy Brewster scored six minutes apart to lead the women's soccer team to a 2-0 victory over SUNY Geneseo at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



A Win to be Proud Of

10/2/2007

Phil Proud headed in a free kick from Matt Sulkin with two seconds to play to give the men’s soccer team a thrilling 3-2 win over RIT at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Roll Past Nazareth

10/2/2007

The women's tennis team rolled to an 8-1 victory over Nazareth College at the Goergen Center Courts in a last minute weather switch.[read more]



Golfers Are Third at LLs

9/30/2007

The Yellowjacket golf team finished third overall out of six teams at the Liberty League championships, being hosted by Skidmore College.[read more]



Spikers 0-3 in First UAA RR

9/30/2007

The women's volleyball team lost its three matches in the first University Athletic Association Round Robin, falling to NYU, Emory, and Brandeis.[read more]



M Tennis Duo 2nd at ITAs

9/30/2007

Brian Bowman and Ryan Kovaleski finished as the doubles runnerup at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regional Championship at Vsssar College.[read more]



Bielecki's Rush Record Leads FB to Victory

9/29/2007

Senior running back Matt Bielecki rushed 30 times for 186 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Yellowjackets to a 31-24 victory over St. Lawrence at Leckonby Stadium.[read more]



Men's Soccer Wins in OT

9/29/2007

Bobby Milenovici scored 6:42 into overtime to push the men's soccer team past Brandeis, 2-1, on teh road Saturday evening.[read more]



Men's XC 3th at Geneseo

9/29/2007

The men's cross country team, ranked regionally, finished third out of 15 schools at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Women's XC 4th at Geneseo

9/29/2007

The women's cross country team grouped four of its finishers within 30 seconds of each other and produced a fourth place finish at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational.[read more]



Women Blank Brandeis 2-0

9/29/2007

The women's soccer team opened its University Athletic Association season by posting a 2-0 victory over Brandeis University.[read more]



Bowman In Round of 16

9/28/2007

Brian Bowman has reached the Round of 16 at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regional Championships. [read more]



Field Hockey Nipped by Herons

9/26/2007

Rachel Cahan produced a season's high 16 saves, including a penalty stroke, but visiting William Smith scored in a goalmouth scramble for a 1-0 win.[read more]



Bombers Win A Tight One

9/25/2007

The Yellowjackets battled evenly before Ithaca won in women's volleyball at the Palestra.[read more]



W. Soccer Shuts Out Alfred

9/24/2007

Seven players scored goals as the Yellowjackets defeated visiting Alfred University, 8-0, in women’s soccer at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Blank Salisbury 1-0

9/23/2007

Sean Hantes scored early in the first half on a breakaway and the men's soccer team withstood strong second half pressure to defeat Salisbury University, 1-0, at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



M. Tennis Wins Doubles at SLU

9/23/2007

Brian Bowman and Ryan Kovaleski of Rochester combined to win the Flight A Doubles Competition at the St. Lawrence Fall Men’s Tennis Classic on Sunday.[read more]



Union Holds Off Football

9/22/2007

Visiting Union College held off several Rochester scoring attempts in the second half and held on for a 13-7 victory at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Volleyball Beats Keuka

9/22/2007

Three players hit double figures in kills and three had doubles in digs as the women's volleyball team beat Keuka.[read more]



SLU Edges Field Hockey, 1-0

9/22/2007

Twentieth-ranked St. Lawrence scored early in the second half and held off a late Rochester flurry for a 1-0 field hockey win.[read more]



Women's ITA Run Ends

9/22/2007

Lia Weiner and Alexa Perry advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Championships at William Smith before falling to the top seed.[read more]



Three Men in SLU Semis

9/22/2007

Two singles players and one doubles combination has advanced into the semifinal rounds of the St. Lawrence Fall Classic in men's tennis.[read more]



Case Sparks 3-1 FH Win

9/21/2007

Amanda Case scored one goal and assisted on another as the University of Rochester opened its Liberty League season with a 3-1 field hockey win over Hamilton.[read more]



Weiner, Perry Win at ITAs

9/21/2007

Lia Weiner advanced into the third round of the singles competition and teammed with Alexa Perry to move into the doubles quarterfinals.[read more]



Golfers Tie for First

9/20/2007

The Yellowjacket golf team tied for first place at the LeMoyne Invitational on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



WVB Rolls in Home Opener

9/20/2007

The women’s volleyball team used balance to defeat visiting Medaille, 3-0, at the Palestra on Thursday night. [read more]



W. Tennis Rolls Past RIT

9/19/2007

The women's tennis team put on a dominating performance and rolled to a 9-0 victory over RIT at the Peter Lyman Courts on Wednesday.[read more]



Early Goals Fuel Men's Win

9/18/2007

Rochester struck for two first half goals and went on to a 2-0 victory over Nazareth College.[read more]



RIT Upends W. Soccer

9/18/2007

Host RIT scored a goal nine minutes into the second half to snap a 1-1 tie and went on to defeat the women's soccer team, 2-1.[read more]



Spikers Nipped by RIT

9/18/2007

The women's volleyball team played one of its closest matches of the season in a 3-2 loss at RIT.[read more]



M. Tennis Finishes Fourth

9/16/2007

The men's tennis team finished fourth in the Flower City Tournament after a 5-4 loss to SUNY Oneonta on Sunday.[read more]



Spikers End 2-2 at RIT Tourney

9/15/2007

Rochester defeated Potsdam, 3-0, and Clarkson, 3-1, at the RIT Tournament on Saturday to finish at 2-2 in the event.[read more]



Women's XC 9th at Pre-Regional

9/15/2007

The women's cross country team finished ninth overall at the pre-regional meet held at Van Cortland Park and hosted by NYU.[read more]



Men's XC Fifth at Pre-Regional

9/15/2007

The men's cross coutnry team finished fifth overall in a field of 25 at the Pre-Regional Invitational hosted by NYU at Van Cortlandt Park.[read more]



Jackets Lose in Courage Bowl

9/15/2007

Rochester fought back from a 20-0 first half deficit to get within 23-21 before St. John Fisher added two late scores in Courage Bowl III.[read more]



Bucarey OT Goal Wins It

9/14/2007

Sophomore Lara Bucarey scored off a pass from Kari Plewniak 5:55 into sudden death to give the field hockey team a 3-2 victory over Utica College. [read more]



Track Women's Pre-Regional Meet

9/13/2007

Fans can track results from the pre-regional meet being hosted by New York University on Saturday.[read more]



Men Run in Pre-Regional

9/13/2007

Fans can track results from the pre-regional meet being hosted by New York University on Saturday.[read more]



W. Tennis Wins 9-0

9/13/2007

The women's tennis team got the 2007-08 season off to a successful start with a 9-0 victory over SUNY Brockport at the Peter Lyman Courts on Thursday.[read more]



Herons Hold Off W. Soccer

9/12/2007

William Smith College withstood a strong Rochester challenge in the second half and defeated the Yellowjackets, 2-0.[read more]



M. Soccer Defeats Fisher, 3-1

9/12/2007

Substitutes scored two goals and a third came on an own goal as the men's soccer team defeated St. John Fisher, 3-1.[read more]



Quick Goals Carry Field Hockey Past Naz

9/12/2007

Lara Bucarey and Amanda Case scored 18 seconds apart in the second half and the field hockey team went on to a 3-0 win over Nazareth at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Balance Carries Volleyball

9/11/2007

Three players had at least seven kills each as the women's volleyball team defeated D'Youville, 3-0, to improve to 7-2.[read more]



Golfers Rally on Day Two

9/9/2007

The Yellowjackets improved by 21 strokes on the second day of the St. Lawrence Invitational and wound up among the top three American teams. [read more]



Men's Soccer Tops Clarkson

9/8/2007

An early goal and strong play throughout carried the men's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Clarkson University on Saturday.[read more]



Field Hockey Tops Elmira

9/8/2007

Amanda Case figured in four goals and Lindsay Bronnenkant figured in two as the field hockey team rolled past Elmira, 5-1.[read more]



W. Soccer Wins 2-0 at Fisher

9/8/2007

Early second half goals by Amy Thompson and Eileen Boylan carried the women's soccer team to a 2-0 victory at St. John Fisher College.[read more]



Spikers Win Potsdam Tourney

9/8/2007

Rochester defeated Clarkson, 3-0, and host Potsdam, 3-1, to win the SUNY Potsdam/Victory Tour Tournament in the North Country this weekend.[read more]



Men's XC Wins the Opener

9/8/2007

With the top five runners finishing between third and eighth place, the men's cross country team rolled to a victory in a four-team meet at RIT.[read more]



Women's XC Takes Control in Win

9/8/2007

The women's cross country team placed three among the top eight as the Yellowjackets won a four-team event at RIT on Saturday.[read more]



Golf 9th at SLU Invite

9/8/2007

The golf team is ninth out of 13 teams after one day's play at the St. Lawrence Invitational. [read more]



Women's XC Ready to Go

9/7/2007

Strong off-season work has helped the women's cross country team prepare for the 2007 season.[read more]



Men's XC Debuts in Poll

9/7/2007

The men's cross country team is ranked 26th in the pre-season Division III Coaches' poll.[read more]



Late Goal Ties #23 SLU

9/7/2007

Sean Hantes scored with less than eight minutes left in regulation to help the men's soccer team tie 23rd-ranked St. Lawrence, 2-2, in double overtime.[read more]



Spikers Win 2 at Potsdam Tr.

9/7/2007

The women's volleyball team defeated SUNY Plattsburgh, 3-1, and St. Lawrence, 3-0, at the Potsdam Victory Club Tournament being co-hosted with St. Lawrence.[read more]



Leitch Honored by UAA

9/6/2007

Senior goalkeeper Molly Leitch has been named the Defensive Player of the Week in the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Dragons Win in Field Hockey

9/5/2007

Fourth-ranked SUNY Cortland scored twice in each half enroute to a 4-0 win over Rochester in field hockey on Wednesday.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins Opener

9/3/2007

Lara Bucarey scored twice to help the Yellowjackets open the field hockey season with a 3-1 victory over Houghton College.[read more]



Women Shut Out Denison

9/2/2007

Molly Leitch made four saves to earn her 15th career shutout as the women’s soccer team, ranked 12th in Division III, defeated #22 Denison, 1-0.[read more]



500 Wins for Men's Soccer!

9/2/2007

The men's soccer team earned its 500th all-time victory with a 5-1 triumph over SUNY Oswego in the Flower City Soccer Classic at Fauver Stadium on Sunday.[read more]



Field Hockey Ready To Go

9/2/2007

The Yellowjacket field hockey team has energized itself for the opening of the 2007 campaign.[read more]



Tartans Run Past Jackets

9/1/2007

Visiting Carnegie Mellon used a strong ground game to post a 33-10 football victory over Rochester in the season opener for both teams at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



W. Soccer Blanks Kenyon

9/1/2007

Rochester opened the 2007 season with a 2-0 victory at Kenyon College, just a day after the Kenyon Ladies had knocked off the nation's #5 team.[read more]



'Jackets Top Fredonia, 3-2

9/1/2007

The women's volleyball team split its two matches on Saturday at the Cortland Red Dragon Invitational.[read more]



Gridders Set To Go

8/31/2007

Fresh off a 7-4 finish a year ago, Rochester launches the 2007 football season on Saturday when the Yellowjackets host Carnegie Mellon University at noon in Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Open in Flower City

8/31/2007

The men’s soccer team launches its 2007 campaign by hosting the Flower City Classic at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Friday and Sunday.[read more]



Spikers Open at Cortland

8/31/2007

Women’s volleyball gets underway with an appearance in the Red Dragon Classic on the campus of SUNY Cortland on Friday and Saturday.[read more]



Men Fall to Cortland

8/31/2007

Visiting SUNY Cortland scored on a penalty kick five minutes into the second half to defeat the Yellowjackets, 1-0, in the opening round of the Flower City Tournament at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Open in Ohio

8/31/2007

Two rugged Ohio-based opponents await the women’s soccer team from the University of Rochester when the Yellowjackets begin the 2007 season.[read more]



Spikers Split at Cortland

8/31/2007

The women's volleyball team defeated Montclair State, 3-0, and lost, 3-1, to SUNY New Paltz at the Red Dragon Classic at SUNY Cortland.[read more]



Three Men Honored By ITA

8/24/2007

The men's tennis team has been honored for academic prowess by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association and three individuals have been recognized as well.[read more]



Many Academic Honors for W. Tennis

8/24/2007

Five individuals on the women's tennis team have been honored by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association for academic achievement and the team itself has been recognized.[read more]



Four Playing Well in Summer Ball Leagues

8/9/2007

Four Yellowjackets have spent part of the summer on the diamond with a variety of NCAA-approved collegiate baseball leagues.[read more]



Football Ranked in Pre-Season Poll

7/26/2007

Rochester’s gridiron success in 2006 has drummed up some pre-season recognition with the 2007 season just over a month away.[read more]



Wendy Andreatta Is Named Head Field Hockey Coach

7/19/2007

Wendy Andreatta, who has played and coached on the major college level for 14 years, is the new head coach of the field hockey team at the University of Rochester.[read more]



O'Donnell Inducted Into CoSIDA Hall of Fame

7/16/2007

Longtime University Sports Information Director Dennis O’Donnell has been inducted into the CoSIDA Hall of Fame by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Goodridge Into Day Three

7/12/2007

University of Rochester senior Stephen Goodridge heads into the final day of the 2007 Fuji Xerox USA-Japan Collegiate Golf Championship against a familiar foe.[read more]



Men's Outdoor Track Cited for Academics

7/12/2007

The men's outdoor track and field team has been named as an All-Academic Team by members of the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Academic Team Award for Women's Outdoor Track

7/12/2007

The women's outdoor track and field team has been designated as an All-Academic Team by members of the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Vanderstyne Named Pre-Season All-American

7/11/2007

University of Rochester wide receiver Jay Jay Vanderstyne has been named a pre-season First Team All-American by Street & Smith’s College Football Yearbook.[read more]



Cahan Named to The Academic All-America Team

6/14/2007

Junior field hockey goaltender Rachel Cahan has been selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America College Division Women’s At-Large Team.[read more]



Dan Wesley Named Head Golf Coach

6/12/2007

Dan Wesley, who contributed to the University of Rochester’s golf legacy as both a player and assistant coach, will take over as Rochester’s head golf coach on July 1.[read more]



Goodridge Named An Academic All-American

6/12/2007

Junior golfer Stephen Goodridge has been selected to the 2007 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America College Division Men’s At-Large Team.[read more]



Cherukuri Named Academic All-District

6/11/2007

Junior field performer Anjuli Cherukuri has earned First Team Academic All-District I honors in cross country/track and field in voting done by the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA).[read more]



Lust and MacIlvain Earn Academic Honors

6/11/2007

Distance runner Joseph Lust and middle distance competitor Brian MacIlvain have earned First Team Academic All-District I honors in voting done by the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA).[read more]



More Honors for Goodridge

5/24/2007

Junior Stephen Goodridge has been named a First Team All-American and is on the national Academic All-America ballot.[read more]



Cahan Named Academic All-District

5/24/2007

Field hockey goaltender Rachel Cahan is a candidate for Academic All-America honors after earning First Team Academic All-District acclaim.[read more]



Men 8th at ECAC Track

5/18/2007

The men's outdoor track and field team finished in eighth place at the ECAC Championships held at SUNY Oneonta.[read more]



Landry Wins Heps at ECACs

5/18/2007

Sophomore Jamie Landry added another title to her spring resume when she won the heptathlon at the ECAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships at SUNY Oneonta.[read more]



Urbanczyk Named Female Scholar-Athlete

5/17/2007

Senior striker Emily Urbanczyk has been presented with the Female Scholar-Athlete Award by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Zappia Named Male Scholar-Athlete

5/17/2007

Nicholas Zappia, an offensive lineman on the football team, was presented with the Male Scholar-Athlete Award of the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Muller Wins Fabricant Award

5/17/2007

Danielle Muller, a senior on the women’s basketball team, was presented with the Sylvia Fabricant Award by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Snider Wins Vitone Award

5/17/2007

Eric Snider, a senior forward on the men’s basketball team, was presented with the John Vitone Award by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Bango Wins Spurrier Award

5/17/2007

Emily Bango, a guard with the women’s basketball team, was presented with the Merle Spurrier Award by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Goeller Wins Alexander Award

5/17/2007

Jason Goeller, a senior linebacker on the football team, was presented with the Louis A. Alexander Alumni Award by the Department of Athletics and Recreation.[read more]



Burgstrom an ECAC Champ!

5/17/2007

Junior Mike Burgstrom continued his run of success in field events this year by winning the hammer throw at the ECAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships at SUNY Oneonta.[read more]



Women Underway at ECACs

5/17/2007

Field performer Jonelle Redhead became the first Yellowjacket to produce points for Rochester at the ECAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships.[read more]



Goodridge Misses Cut

5/16/2007

Stephen Goodridge shot a second day 78 for a two-day total of 162 and wound up missing the cut into th3 final two days of nationals.[read more]



Tough Start at Golf NCAAs

5/15/2007

Stephen Goodridge had a rough start on the first day of the NCAA Division III Golf Championships.[read more]



Two Reap Academic All-District Honors

5/14/2007

Senior infielder Samantha Carr and junior outfielder Jessica Sorrentino have been named to the ESPN The Magazine District I Academic All-District I First Team in softball.[read more]



Goodridge Is Named GCAA All-America Scholar

5/14/2007

The Golf Coaches Association of America has affirmed scholastically what opponents know on the course: Stephen Goodridge excels.[read more]



Softball Blanks Keuka

5/12/2007

Rochester broke open a close game with seven runs in the last two innings – six unearned – and defeated Keuka College, 9-0, in an elimination game at the NCAA Division III softball playoffs at SUNY Cortland.[read more]



Cortland Ousts Softball

5/12/2007

Ang D’Amoise pitched a four hitter and struck out 10 to lead second seeded SUNY Cortland to a 3-0 victory over the University of Rochester in the NCAA Division III softball playoffs. [read more]



'Jackets Fall in Pitchers' Duel

5/12/2007

Rochester was eliminated from the Liberty League baseball tournament on Saturday when the Yellowjackets were beaten, 5-3, by host RPI in an elimination game.[read more]



Softball Loses in Round 1

5/11/2007

Fourth-seeded SUNY Plattsburgh defeated the University of Rochester, 4-0, in the opening round of the NCAA Division III softball playoffs at SUNY Cortland.[read more]



Softball Advances in NCAAs

5/11/2007

The Yellowjackets unleashed 11 hits and got good pitching from Carly Hoffend and Beth Ameno to defeat Pitt-Bradford in the NCAA Division III softball playoffs at SUNY Cortland on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Baseball Edged by Saints

5/11/2007

St. Lawrence scored a run in the bottom of the ninth to edge Rochester, 6-5, in the first round of the Liberty League baseball playoffs.[read more]



Four All-LL in Baseball

5/10/2007

Four baseball players have earned All-Liberty League honors in voting by the league's head coaches.[read more]



Rain KOs NCAA Opener

5/10/2007

Rochester's first NCAA softball appearance has been postponed one day due to thunder and lightning in the Cortland area.[read more]



Nine All-LL in Softball

5/10/2007

Nine players from the University of Rochester have been named to the All-Liberty League team in softball after voting was completed by the league's head coaches.[read more]



Two Reap All-UAA, LL Honors

5/8/2007

Kristen DeCarlo and Beth Ameno have been honored as Player and Pitcher of the Week for softball by Rochester's two conferences.[read more]



Five Earn All-Region Honors

5/8/2007

Five softball players from the University of Rochester have earned All-Northeast Region honors in balloting conducted by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. [read more]



Softball Gets NCAA Bid!

5/7/2007

Rochester will compete in the NCAA Division III softball playoffs for the first time in school history.[read more]



Goodridge Returns to NCAAs

5/7/2007

Junior golfer Stephen Goodridge will have the opportunity to defend his NCAA Division III Individual National Golf Championship. He has been selected to compete in the 2007 NCAA Division III Championships as an individual.[read more]



Softball Wins Liberty Crown

5/5/2007

The Yellowjackets won the Liberty League softball championship by sweeping a doubleheader from visiting Union College, 2-1, and 5-0.[read more]



Men 7th at State Track

5/5/2007

Sparked by the meet's freshman performer of the year, the men's outdoor track and field team finished in seventh place at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships held at SUNY Brockport.[read more]



Women 8th at State Track

5/5/2007

The women's outdoor track and field team finished in eighth place out of 16 teams at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championships at SUNY Brockport.[read more]



Five Earn All-Liberty League Honors in Lacrosse

5/4/2007

Five University of Rochester athletes have earned All-Liberty League honors in women’s lacrosse after balloting of the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Baseball Swept in DH

5/4/2007

St. John Fisher took a doubleheader from the Yellowjackets, 4-3, and 13-4, on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Men 6th at State Track Champs

5/4/2007

The men's outdoor track and field team sits in sixth place out of 15 schools at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships being held at SUNY Brockport.[read more]



Women 4th at State Track

5/4/2007

Bolstered by a record-setting performance in the pole vault, the women's outdoor track and field team stands in fourth place out of 14 at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championships being held at SUNY Brockport.[read more]



'Jackets Split With Fisher

5/2/2007

Rochester won the first game, 8-6, of a double-header split with St. John Fisher College today at Towers Field.[read more]



'Jackets Play Longball

5/1/2007

Rochester hit seven home runs in a 9-1, 4-3 sweep of Brockport on Tuesday. Sam Carr hit three and set a single-season mark.[read more]



Baseball Rally Just Short

5/1/2007

The Yellowjackets rallied for three in the ninth, but came up just short in a 6-5 loss at St. John Fisher on Tuesday.[read more]



Lacrosse Defeats Ithaca

5/1/2007

For the second time in six calendar days, the women's lacrosse team pulled off a big road victory - this time, 8-7 at Ithaca College.[read more]



Wuest's Drives Are Fueled by His Drive

5/1/2007

Sometimes a person is lucky enough to be naturally good at something they have a passion for. Chris Wuest found that in athletics...[read more]



Landry Wins State Hepts

4/30/2007

Sophomore Jamie Landry won the heptathlon event at the New York State championships and provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III National Championships.[read more]



Landry Leads State Hepts

4/29/2007

Jamie Landry has the first day lead at the heptathlon at the New York State Collegiate Track and Field Championships.[read more]



'Jackets, Saints Split

4/29/2007

Rochester scored four in the bottom of the seventh to rally for a 5-3 win in game two and a split of the twinbill at St. Lawrence.[read more]



Rally Gives Softball A Sweep of Fisher

4/29/2007

Rochester scored four runs in the top of the seventh to rally for a 7-4 victory and a sweep of a doubleheader at St. John Fisher.[read more]



Naz Tops W. Lax, 12-6

4/28/2007

Nazareth scored four early goals and defeated the Yellowjackets, 12-6, in women's lacrosse in Pittsford on Saturday.

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Adams First in 400 IH Again

4/28/2007

Freshman sprinter Sean Adams won the 400 intermediate hurdles for the fifth time during this outdoor season to spark Rochester in a multi-team event at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Four Event Wins for Women

4/28/2007

The women’s outdoor track and field team won four individual events – two on the track and two in the jumping events – in a multi-team meet at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Baseball Wins 2 at SLU

4/28/2007

Blair Veenema and Pete McEneaney were dominant on the mound as the Yellowjackets swept a doubleheader at St. Lawrence.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Hamilton

4/28/2007

Sam Carr led the University of Rochester to a non-conference doubleheader sweep against host Hamilton College.[read more]



Goodridge Wins Kravetz Title

4/28/2007

Nebraska Wesleyan Takes Team Title[read more]



M. Tennis Loses in UAA Quarters

4/27/2007

Rochester lost its opening match in the University Athletic Association men’s tennis championships, 5-0, to top-seeded Emory University.[read more]



Golfers Sixth at Kravetz Invitational

4/27/2007

Defending national champion Nebraska Wesleyan has a 15-stroke lead after the first day of the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational at Irondequoit County Club. Rochester is sixth.[read more]



Gurnett Honored by WHAM

4/26/2007

Terry Gurnett, the highly successful women’s soccer coach at the University of Rochester, is the inaugural winner of the WHAM College Coaching Excellence Award.[read more]



Lax Rallies Past Geneseo

4/26/2007

Abby Woodward scored from the free position with 57 seconds left as the women's lacrosse team defeated SUNY Geneseo, 13-12, on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



Goodridge To Play for USA

4/25/2007

University of Rochester junior golfer Stephen Goodridge has been selected for the 2007 Fuji Xerox U.S.A. vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championships.[read more]



Bombers defeat 'Jackets After Rain Delay

4/25/2007

After a two and a half hour rain delay, the visiting Ithaca Bombers topped the Yellowjackets, 6-4, at Towers Field on Wednesday. The original schedule had the teams matched up for a double header, but the weather forced a single nine inning game.[read more]



Brockport Pulls Away

4/24/2007

Visiting Brockport scored six times in the last two innings to pull away for a 14-4 victory over the Yellowjackets in baseball at Towers Field on Tuesday.[read more]



Goodridge 2nd at UAA Champs

4/23/2007

Junior Stephen Goodridge shot a one-under 71 on the second day of the University Athletic Association championships to finish second overall.[read more]



Ameno, Carr Get 2 Honors

4/23/2007

Pitcher Beth Ameno and second baseman Sam Carr have earned Pitcher and Player of the Week accolades respectively from Rochester's two softball leagues.[read more]



Goodridge Shares LL POTW Honor

4/23/2007

Stephen Goodridge is the Co-Player of the Week in golf as selected by the Liberty League this week.[read more]



Ameno Throws 2 Shutouts

4/22/2007

Sophomore Beth Ameno threw complete game shutouts as the Yellowjackets swept RPI, 1-0, and 7-0, in softball.[read more]



Baseball Splits at Vassar

4/22/2007

Chris Olsen pitched seven strong innings for his second straight win as the baseball team split a twinbill at Vassar on Sunday.[read more]



Golfers 4th at UAAs

4/22/2007

The golf team sits in fourth place after the first day of the University Athletic Association championships.[read more]



'Jackets 7th at UAA Tennis

4/22/2007

The women's tennis team defeated host Case, 6-3, to claim seventh place at the University Athletic Association championships.[read more]



Baseball Goes to 9-3 in LL

4/21/2007

The baseball team swept a doubleheader at Vassar College, 9-1 and 6-4, to improve to 9-3 in the Liberty League race.[read more]



Vassar Edges W. Lax

4/21/2007

Vassar goaltender Ariel Nelson made 16 saves, one off her career high, as the Brewers edged the Yellowjackets, 9-8, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



10 RBIs for Carr in DH Sweep

4/21/2007

Senior infielder Sam Carr drove in 10 runs in a doubleheader softball sweep for the Yellowjackets vs. St. Lawrence University.[read more]



MacIlvain Wins Brockport 800

4/21/2007

Brian MacIlvain and Sean Adams were individual winners for the men’s outdoor track and field team at the Brockport Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Women Break Sprint Medley Mark

4/21/2007

Rochester’s sprint medley team broke the outdoor school record in the event while competing at the Brockport Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Women Top RPI 12-5 in Lax

4/20/2007

Christina Montano and Heidi Davies combined for half the goals as Rochester defeated RPI, 12-5, at Fauver Stadium on Friday.[read more]



W. Tennis Loses to CMU

4/20/2007

Second-seeded Carnegie Mellon University defeated the Yellowjackets, 9-0, in the quarterfinals of the University Athletic Association championships at Case Western Reserve University.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Buff State

4/19/2007

With four players enjoying multiple-hit games, the Yellowjackets swept a softball doubleheader at Buffalo State. Rochester won game one, 7-3, and took the nitecap, 2-0.[read more]



Runners Strong at Alumni Invite

4/18/2007

With two individual wins and a pair of runnerup finishes, the men's outdoor track and field team had a good performance at the Alumni Invitational.[read more]



Women Shine at Alumni Invite

4/18/2007

A couple of weather postponements earlier this month took nothing away from the women's outdoor track and field team as the Yellowjackets dominated their own Alumni Invitational.[read more]



#6 Hamilton Nips W. Lax

4/17/2007

Sixth-ranked Hamilton College needed a 4-0 run late in the second half to go ahead, then hold off the women's lacrosse team at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Skidmore

4/14/2007

Rochester returned from a lenghty break - most of it weather related - to sweep Skidmore, 17-0, and 9-1, in softball on Saturday.[read more]



Baseball Splits With RPI

4/14/2007

Rochester erupted for nine runs in the sixth inning to win game two of a twinbill with RPI and earn a split.[read more]



Herons Top W. Lacrosse

4/13/2007

William Smith, ranked 14th in the current Division III poll, built a 10-3 lead enroute to a 14-8 victory over Rochester in women's lacrosse.[read more]



Baseball Honors for 2

4/11/2007

Freshman Andy Cannon and junior Jay Jay Vanderstyne have been honored for their play on the diamond last week for the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Goodridge Gains LL Honor

4/11/2007

Stephen Goodridge has been named the Liberty League Golfer of the Week after winning the individual title at the Mid-Atlantic Invitational.[read more]



Fisher Earns LL Honor

4/11/2007

Sophomore defender Marlena Fisher has been named the Liberty League Co-Defensive Player of the Week for her exploits in road games at Skidmore and Union last weekend.[read more]



Another Shutout for Baseball

4/11/2007

Three men combined on a four-hitter as the baseball team shut out RIT for the second straight day.[read more]



Baseball Blanks RIT

4/10/2007

The baseball team took advantage of eight walks, six errors, and nine hits to post a 13-0 victory over RIT on Tuesday.[read more]



Goodridge Wins Mid-Atlantic

4/9/2007

Stephen Goodridge earned medalist honors at the Mid-Atlantic Invitational at the Hershey Country Club on Monday afternoon.[read more]



Golfers Tied for 9th

4/8/2007

Rochester is tied for ninth place out of 15 teams after the first day of the Mid-Atlantic Invitational being played at the Hershey Country Club.[read more]



SLU Blanks W. Tennis

4/8/2007

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Baseball Splits at Union

4/8/2007

The Yellowjackets boosted their Liberty League record to 6-2 with a twinbill split at Union. The Dutchmen won the opener, 2-1, and Rochester took the nitecap, 9-6.[read more]



Union Clips W. Lax, 9-4

4/7/2007

Union College broke open a close game with four goals to open the second half and went on to a 9-4 victory over Rochester.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Union

4/7/2007

Rochester improved to 5-1 in the Liberty League, 10-5 overall, with a 7-0, 9-2 sweep of Union in a baseball doubleheader.[read more]



W Lax Tops Skidmore, 10-3

4/6/2007

The women's lacrosse team improved to 2-1 in the Liberty League with a 10-3 victory at Skidmore College on Friday.[read more]



Cold KOs Track Meet

4/5/2007

Saturday's Alumni Invitational track meet for men and women has been postponed due to the unseasonable cold.[read more]



Men Edged by RIT Tennis

4/4/2007

Host RIT won three singles events and two doubles competitions to edge the Yellowjacket men's tennis team, 5-4, on Tuesday.[read more]



Two Honors for Pecor

4/4/2007

Sophomore Jon Pecor has been named the Golfer of the Week in both the Liberty League and the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Two Honored in Softball

4/4/2007

Senior Jena Robertson and sophomore Beth Ameno have been honored as the Player and Pitcher of the Week this week in the Liberty League.[read more]



Clarkson DH Rained Out

4/1/2007

Sunday's twinbill vs. Clarkson was cancelled after a 70-minute rain delay in the second inning of game one.[read more]



M. Tennis Swept

4/1/2007

The men's tennis team dropped a pair of matches over the weekend, falling to Brandeis, 5-0, and to Case, 7-0.[read more]



Split for W. Tennis

4/1/2007

The women's tennis team split a pair of matches vs. UAA opponents over the weekend. The Yellowjackets lost, 5-1, to Brandeis, then defeated Case, 7-2.[read more]



Pecor Storms to 2nd Place

4/1/2007

Sophomore Jon Pecor shot a one-under 71 on the second day and finished tied for second place at the McDaniel/NIKE Invitational.[read more]



W Lax Evens LL Record

3/31/2007

Lindsay Dakin and Abby Woodward combined for 10 goals to lead the women's lacrosse team to a 16-12 victory over Clarkson University at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



'Jackets Sweep Clarkson

3/31/2007

Devin Shane had a two-out game winning single in the bottom of the seventh in the opener to spark a doubleheader sweep of Clarkson University in baseball.[read more]



Golf 7th on Day One

3/31/2007

The golf team stands seventh out of 12 teams at the McDaniel Invitational. Rochester shot a 332 for the first day.[read more]



Good Start for W. Track

3/31/2007

The women's outdoor track and field season got off to a good start for the Yellowjackets with plenty of top eight performances at the Widener University Invitational.[read more]



Adams Wins at Widener

3/31/2007

Freshman Sean Adams produced a first and second place finish in his specialties as the men's track and field team opened the season at the Widener University Invitational.[read more]



Softball Splits with RIT

3/30/2007

Pitching dominated as RIT and Rochester split a softball doubleheader on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Lax Rally Is Just Short

3/30/2007

The women's lacrosse team rallied brilliantly in the second half and drew within 12-10 with 14 minutes left before St. Lawrence was able to hang on for a 13-10 win.[read more]



Softball Splits at Fisher

3/29/2007

Rochester players hit four home runs as the Yellowjackets split a twinbill at St. John Fisher on Thursday.[read more]



Four All-UAA in Baseball

3/28/2007

Four Rochester baseball players have earned All-Association honors from the University Athletic Association in balloting of the head coaches.[read more]



LL, ECAC Honors for 2

3/28/2007

Jessica Sorrentino and Carly Hoffend have earned Softball Player and Pitcher of the Week honors from the Liberty League and the Eastern College Athletic Conference.[read more]



W. Lax Edged in Last Minute

3/27/2007

The women's lacrosse team suffered a tough 15-13 loss to SUNY Brockport when the visitors broke a 13-all tie with 39 seconds left.[read more]



Golfers Ready for Spring 07

3/26/2007

With five veterans plus a freshman coming off a good fall campaign, the golf team at the University of Rochester is poised to tackle an always-challenging schedule.[read more]



Frosh Spark DH Split

3/25/2007

Blayne Fuke singled home Frank Infurna in the bottom of the 12th as Rochester split a baseball twinbill with Skidmore.[read more]



'Jackets and #3 Ithaca Split

3/25/2007

Rochester earned its fourth win over a ranked opponent this season with a 2-1 win in the nitecap of a doubleheader at Ithaca.[read more]



Five All-UAA in Softball

3/24/2007

Rochester had five players named to the All-UAA team and had the coaching staff of the year.[read more]



Oneonta Tops W. Lax

3/24/2007

Homestanding SUNY Oneonta put together a 6-1 scoring run that straddled halftime and went on to a 15-10 victory over Rochester in women's lacrosse.[read more]



Rain KOs Baseball Saturday

3/23/2007

Saturday's baseball doubleheader between Rochester and Skidmore was cancelled due to steady rain.[read more]



Men's XC Earn Academic Honors

3/22/2007

The men’s cross country team was named one of the nation’s All-Academic Teams by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Women Earn Team XC Honor

3/22/2007

The women’s cross country team was named one of the nation’s All-Academic Teams by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



M. Tennis Loses to Hobart

3/21/2007

Rochester split its three singles matches but lost all three doubles events in a 6-3 loss to Hobart College.[read more]



Softball Cracks Top 25 Poll!

3/21/2007

The Yellowjacket softball team has achieved a first - a ranking among the elite teams in Division III.[read more]



16 Are NFHCA Scholars

3/20/2007

Good teams create a foundation for success early, then build on it yearly. The University of Rochester field hockey team does it both on the field of play and in the classroom.[read more]



Three Earn Four LL Honors in Softball

3/20/2007

Three Rochester players have combined to win four Liberty League weekly honors in the first two weeks of the softball season.[read more]



Fishback Earns LL Honor

3/20/2007

Junior righthander John Fishback has been named the Liberty League Pitcher of the Week for the week ending March 18.[read more]



Baseball Second at UAAs

3/18/2007

The baseball team finished tied for second place at the UAA Championships after a 4-1 loss to Washington University on Saturday.[read more]



Baseball Tops Brandeis

3/17/2007

Gabe Chodak pitched two strong innings of relief as the baseball team defeated Brandeis, 5-2, late on Friday evening at the UAA Championships.[read more]



Softball Shares UAA Title!

3/17/2007

The softball team is the co-champion of the University Athletic Association after sweeping two games on Saturday.[read more]



A Melody of Hard Work

3/16/2007

Junior Kellie Hasselwander is not only one of the best area middle-distance runners. She's a member of the University's co-ed a capella group as well.[read more]



Honors Galore for Squash

3/16/2007

Post-season honors for the Yellowjacket squash team continued to pour in as Rochester had an All-American plus four honors from the Liberty League.[read more]



Softball Tops Brandeis, 9-1

3/16/2007

Jessica Sorrentino and Jena Robertson hit two run doubles to key a big four run inning as the softball team defeated Brandeis, 9-1, on Friday.[read more]



Softball Squeezes Past Emory, Then Falls to Washington

3/15/2007

Sam Carr laid down a suicide squeeze bunt in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Yellowjacket softball team defeated Emory, 4-3.[read more]



Baseball Tops #19 Emory

3/15/2007

Jay Jay Vanderstyne drove in three runs and Blair Veenema struck out 10 as the baseball team defeated 19th-ranked Emory, 8-7.[read more]



Baseball Edges Brandeis, Falls to Case at UAAs

3/14/2007

The baseball team defeated Brandeis, 6-5, and lost to Case, 4-1, at the UAA Championships.[read more]



Softball Tops Case, Falls to Brandeis at UAAs

3/14/2007

The softball team split its UAA Championship games on Wednesday, losing to Brandeis, 5-2, then bouncing back for an 8-5 win over Case.[read more]



Softball Tops #3 Washington

3/13/2007

The softball team earned one of its biggest victories in school history when the Yellowjackets defeated third-ranked Washington University (MO), 4-3, in the UAA Championships.[read more]



W. Tennis Downs Springfield

3/13/2007

The women's tennis team ran its record to 4-3 with a 7-2 victory over Springfield College in a spring trip matchup.[read more]



Lycoming Defeats W. Lax

3/11/2007

The women's lacrosse team lost a tough 11-8 decision to unbeaten Lycoming College in Rochester's season opener on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Baseball Takes A Pair

3/11/2007

The Yellowjacket baseball team got into the win column twice on Sunday, defeating Daniel Webster College and Curry College in opposite ways.[read more]



Softball Rolls past PS-Behrend

3/11/2007

Some timely hitting and good pitching carried the softball team to a 9-1 victory over Penn State-Behrend in the season opener for both teams.[read more]



Burgstrom An All-American!

3/10/2007

Junior weightman Mike Burgstrom secured All-America honors for himself on Friday at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships at Rose Hulman Institute.[read more]



Vets Boost Women's Lacrosse

3/10/2007

The steps they took on the lacrosse pitch last year will figuratively and literally pay dividends for the women’s lacrosse team at the University of Rochester in 2007.[read more]



Softball Aims for Post-Season

3/10/2007

With veterans at practically every position on the field, the University of Rochester softball team has set its sights on qualifying for a post-season berth for a third consecutive year.[read more]



Baseball Edged in Opener

3/10/2007

The Yellowjacket baseball team dropped a 7-6 decision to FDU-Madison in the season opener in Orlando, Fla.[read more]



Three Women All-UAA

3/9/2007

Three members of the women's basketball team have earned All-Association honors from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Joyce 16th at NCAAs

3/9/2007

Senior Kari Joyce earned All-America honors in the 200 yard freestyle at the NCAA Division III Women's Swimming and Diving Championships at the University of Houston.[read more]



All-Region Honors for Muller

3/9/2007

Senior wing Danielle Muller has been named a finalist for the WBCA/Kodak Division III Women’s Basketball All-America Team.[read more]



Top Ranked Bowdoin Knocks Out Yellowjackets

3/9/2007

Bowdoin College beat Rochester 63-53 in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.[read more]



WYSL To Do WBB Live

3/7/2007

The women's basketball NCAA Sweet 16 playoff game on Friday will be done live over the air and over the internet by WYSL 1040 AM radio.[read more]



Tennis Falls to Nazareth

3/6/2007

Visiting Nazareth College posted a 6-3 victory over the men's tennis team at the Goergen Center indoor courts on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Heading Back to Scranton

3/4/2007

The University of Rochester is going back to the University of Scranton for the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.[read more]



Men 14th at ECACs

3/3/2007

The men's indoor track and field team finished in 14th place at the ECAC Championships held at Wesleyan University.[read more]



Women Smash 4x800 Record

3/3/2007

The women's track and field team smashed an 18-year-old school record in the 4x800 meter relay at the ECAC Championships held at Wesleyan University.[read more]



Yellowjackets Beat Cortland to Reach Sectionals!

3/3/2007

Julie Marriott scored 17 points as Rochester beat SUNY Cortland in the East Region Second Round.[read more]



Bristow Opens in CSAs

3/2/2007

Freshman Jim Bristow competes in the Collegiate Squash Association Individual Championships this weekend at the University of Pennsylvania.[read more]



Basketball Advances to Second Round of NCAAs!

3/2/2007

Rochester beat St. Lawrence 65-57 in the first round of the NCAA East Region playoffs.[read more]



Men Nipped at Buzzer

3/2/2007

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Five Men All-UAA in Hoops

3/1/2007

All five starters on the men's basketball team have been accorded All-Association honors in balloting of the head coaches of the University Athletic Association.[read more]



A Near-Perfect Start to A College Career

3/1/2007

Jim Bristow came a long way to be perfect. The native of the United Kingdom started 19-0 for the squash team this season.[read more]



Joyce Goes to NCAAs!

2/27/2007

Senior Kari Joyce has been selected to compete in the NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Houston, Texas next week.[read more]



Men to Face Plattsburgh

2/26/2007

The men's basketball team will face SUNY Plattsburgh in the opening round of the NCAA Division III playoffs at St. John Fisher College on Friday, March 2.[read more]



Women Get SLU in NCAAs

2/26/2007

The women's basketball team will play St. Lawrence University in the opening round of the NCAA Division III playoffs on Friday, March 2.[read more]



Squash Wins Barnaby Trophy

2/25/2007

Rochester’s success on the squash court this season was acknowledged nationally by the College Squash Association at the CSA Team Nationals.[read more]



Women Get NCAA Bid

2/25/2007

The women’s basketball team has been selected for the NCAA Division III playoffs as a Pool C (at-large) participant.[read more]



Men Get NCAA Hoop Bid

2/25/2007

The men’s basketball team is back in the NCAA Division III playoffs after receiving one of 18 Pool C (at-large) bids on Sunday evening.[read more]



Women Down CMU for #20

2/24/2007

The women's basketball team produced its fourth 20-win season in the last five years as the Yellowjackets defeated Carnegie Mellon, 72-57, at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Balance Leads Men Past CMU

2/24/2007

Four men scored in double figures as the men's basketball team defeated Carnegie Mellon, 72-60, in the regular season finale at the Palestra.[read more]



Women 9th at State Track

2/24/2007

The women’s indoor track and field team qualified people in nine events during the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at St. Lawrence.[read more]



Two Men Are State Champs

2/24/2007

Mike Burgstrom and Travis Buttaccio won individual championships at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference meet at St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Squash Sweeps Hobart

2/22/2007

Rochester Squash beat Hobart, 9-0, on Wednesday in Geneva.[read more]



Coach Thompson Sounds Off On This Year's Success

2/21/2007

Head Coach Peter Thompson discusses what the men and women achieved in the pool and on the boards in 2006-07.[read more]



Men Have 3 Top 4s @ Cornell Deneault Meet

2/19/2007

With three finishes in the top four, two as runners-up, the men’s indoor track and field team had a very good result overall at the Mark Deneault Invitational hosted by Cornell University.[read more]



Six Place Highly for Women at Cornell's Deneault

2/19/2007

Six women placed in the top six in varying events at the Mark Denault Invitational held for women’s indoor track and field at Cornell University.[read more]



Women Fall to Washington

2/18/2007

Visiting Washington jumped out to an 11-0 lead and went on to a 66-51 victory over Rochester in women's basketball on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Men Defeat Washington

2/18/2007

Men's hoop coach Mike Neer was honored for his 500th win before Sunday's game. Afterwards, it was his 509th they were celebrating as the Yellowjackets upended No. 11 Washington.[read more]



Netmen Nipped by LeMoyne

2/18/2007

Visiting LeMoyne College defeated the men's tennis team, 5-4, at the Goergen Center Courts on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Women Edged by LeMoyne Tennis

2/18/2007

LeMoyne College edged the women's tennis team 5-4 by winning the deciding match at number one singles on Sunday at the Goergen Center Courts.[read more]



Landry 4th in State Pent

2/18/2007

Jamie Landry got Rochester's quest for a strong New York State performance off to a good start by finishing fourth in the Pentathlon at Ithaca College on Sunday.[read more]



Easton 10th at NYS Pent

2/18/2007

Kevin Easton finished in 10th place at the men's pentathlon as part of the New York State indoor track and field championships.[read more]



Coach Thompson Sounds Off On This Year's Success

2/18/2007

Head Coach Peter Thompson discusses what the men and women achieved in the pool and on the boards in 2006-07.[read more]



Men Just Short vs. Chicago

2/16/2007

Rochester rallied gallantly from a nine-point second half deficit before 14th-ranked Chicago was able to hold on in the closing minutes at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Rally vs Chicago

2/16/2007

Danielle Muller and Emily Lyons scored big baskets in the final minute as the women's basketball team rallied to defeat visiting Chicago at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Launch Tennis Sked Sunday

2/15/2007

The men’s tennis team will open the 2007 spring season on Sunday, February 18, with a home match vs. LeMoyne College.[read more]



Squash Aims for Hoehn Trophy

2/15/2007

The Rochester squash team will play for the second highest trophy awarded by the College Squash Association.[read more]



Three Men Earn LL Pool Honors

2/13/2007

Three men have earned Athlete of the Week honors in swimming and diving from the Liberty League.[read more]



LL Honors Three Women

2/13/2007

Three women have earned Athlete of the Week honors in swimming and diving from the Liberty League.[read more]



Men's Hoops Fall at Brandeis

2/11/2007

The men's basketball team saw its five-game winning streak snapped when host Brandeis University posted a 73-66 victory at the Gosman Athletic Center.[read more]



Women Lose at Brandeis

2/11/2007

Host Brandeis pulled away from a four-point halftime lead and went on to a 65-49 victory over the women's basketball team.[read more]



Men's Indoor T&F Competes at BU

2/11/2007

The men's indoor track and field team have a good accounting of itself at the Boston University St. Valentine's Day Relays.[read more]



Good Results for Women at BU

2/11/2007

The women's track and field team had solid performances throughout the lineup at teh annual Boston university St. Valentine's Day Relays.[read more]



Women 5th at UAA Swim Champs

2/10/2007

The women's swimming and diving team finished in fifth place at the University Athletic Association championships.[read more]



Men 7th at UAA Swim Champs

2/10/2007

Rochester's men finished in seventh place at the University Athletic Association swimming and diving championships held at Case Western University.[read more]



Women's Track Ranked 13th

2/9/2007

Success on the track and field college circuit has paid dividends for the women's indoor track and field program.[read more]



Women Fall To NYU

2/9/2007

Rochester lost 77-54 to UAA rival NYU in New York on Friday night.[read more]



'Jackets Beat NYU!

2/9/2007

Rochester beat UAA rival NYU 58-53 Friday night.[read more]



Women Excel on RIT Track

2/5/2007

As the season continues, the women’s indoor track and field team continues to succeed. Rochester turned in another strong performance, this time at the RIT Tiger Invitational. [read more]



Men Do Well at RIT Invite

2/5/2007

With some familiar faces returning to the lineup, the men’s indoor track and field team produced some quality results at the RIT Tiger Invitational.[read more]



Men One Game Out in UAA

2/4/2007

The men's basketball team moved within one game of first place in the University Athletic Association race with a 67-56 victory at Case Western Reserve University.[read more]



Women Win at Case

2/4/2007

The women's basketball team kept pace in the University Athletic Association race with a 74-71 victory at Case Western Reserve University.[read more]



F&M Wins in Squash

2/3/2007

Rochester's five-match winning streak in squash was halted Saturday afternoon when 14th-ranked Franklin & Marshall College earned an 8-1 victory.[read more]



Women Tied for 1st in UAA

2/2/2007

Helen Baroody and Jessica Mastronardi combined for 17 points in a clutch run midway through the second half as the women's basketball team defeated Emory University, 68-63, in Atlanta.[read more]



Squash Rolls Past SLU

2/2/2007

Rochester posted its fifth straight win with an 8-1 triumph over St. Lawrence on Friday - partciularly satisfying since the Saints beat the Yellowjackets at the Liberty League championships.[read more]



Men Defeat Emory, 81-65

2/2/2007

With four of the five starters hitting in double figures, the men’s basketball team defeated Emory University, 81-65, in Atlanta.[read more]



Four in a Row for Squash

1/31/2007

With five men sweeping their positions 3-0, the Yellowjacket squash team defeated Hamilton College, 6-3.[read more]



Three Earn All-America Honors in Football

1/30/2007

The University of Rochester had a banner season on the football field in 2006. Post-season accolades are proving to be just as plentiful.[read more]



Squash Goes 3-1 at Yale

1/29/2007

A post-holiday trip to Canada to see some of the world’s best players proved to be an inspiration for the Yellowjacket squash program. [read more]



Bristow, Lee Get LL Honors

1/29/2007

Jim Bristow and Alexander Lee have been named the Player of the Week and the Rookie of the Week in the Liberty League.[read more]



Women Defeat Emory, 75-52

1/28/2007

With six players scoring six or more points apiece, the women's basketball team defeated visiting Emory University, 75-52, at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Balance Carries Men Past Emory

1/28/2007

Six men scored in double figures and a seventh was one point shy as the men's basketball team bounced back to defeat visiting Emory University, 84-75, at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Burgstrom Qualifes for NCAAs

1/27/2007

Weightman Mike Burgstrom has provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III indoor track and field championships.[read more]



Women Second at SLU Invite

1/27/2007

Rochester finished second out of eight schools at the St. Lawrence Invitational on Saturday in the North Country.[read more]



W. Swim Upended at Ithaca

1/27/2007

The women’s swimming and diving team was edged by Ithaca, 126-113, in the regular season finale for Rochester.[read more]



Men Outpace Ithaca

1/27/2007

The men's swimming and diving team won its seventh consecutive dual meet match - this time, a 134-84 victory at Ithaca College.[read more]



Men Defeat Case, 84-43

1/26/2007

Rob Domniniak and Jon Onyiriuka scored 14 apiece to led four in double figures as the men's basketball team defeated Case on Spirit Night at the Palestra.[read more]



21-0 Burst Propels Women

1/26/2007

The women's basketball team scored 21 consecutive points in the first half enroute to a 62-41 victory over visiting Case Western Reserve University at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Roll Past Herons

1/24/2007

The women's swimming and diving team won 10 out of 13 events and rolled to a 166-76 victory over William Smith College.[read more]



Chicago Outshoots Men on Court

1/21/2007

The University of Chicago set a school record with 17 three-point field goals in an 81-74 victory over Rochester at the Ratner Athletic Center.[read more]



Women's Rally Just Short at UC

1/21/2007

The University of Rochester women's team put on a strong second half rally before coming up just shy of catching Chicago in a 67-60 loss to the Maroons.[read more]



Two Men Qualify for ECACs

1/20/2007

Weight thrower Mike Burgstrom and sprinter Sean Adams have qualified for the ECAC Indoor Track and Field Championships.[read more]



Women Qualify in Six Events

1/20/2007

The women's indoor track and field team qualified people in six events for the upcoming ECAC Indoor Championships.[read more]



Women Swim to Fifth Win

1/20/2007

Five individuals were winners as the women's swimming and diving team defeated Case Western Reserve, 145-92, for its fifth win of the season.[read more]



Men Post Sixth Swim Win

1/20/2007

The men's swimming and diving team won its sixth straight meet with a 123-114 victory over Case Western Reserve.

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Women Upended at Washington

1/19/2007

The women's basketball team hit a cold streak in the latter stages of the first half and lost, 57-36, to Washington University in St. Louis.[read more]



Washington Rally Catches Men

1/19/2007

Washington University, the nation's #13 team, rallied in the closing minutes to defeat the Yellowjackets, 68-59, at the WU Field House.[read more]



Men Capture Eighth Chase Championship

1/13/2007

Mike Chmielowiec scored a game high 19 points to lead four men in double figures as the men's basketball team defeated SUNY Geneseo, 80-53, to win the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Women Win Chase Title in 2OT

1/13/2007

The Yellowjackets won their fourth Chase title in the last five years by rallying to defeat SUNY Brockport, 78-75, in double overtime.[read more]



Men Reach Chase Final

1/12/2007

The men's basketball team burst to an early lead and rolled to an 82-53 victory over St. John Fisher in the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament semifinals.[read more]



W. Swim Falls to Cortland

1/12/2007

The women’s swimming and diving team was upended by unbeaten SUNY Cortland, 155-145, on Friday afternoon at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Complex.[read more]



Men Top Cortland in Pool

1/12/2007

Rochester’s men’s swimming and diving team returned from an extended holiday break to post a 160-136 victory over SUNY Cortland at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Complex.[read more]



Women Reach Chase Final

1/11/2007

The women's basketball team defeated SUNY Geneseo, 62-51, at Roberts Wesleyan College to reach the championship game of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Men Top Naz in Chase QFs

1/10/2007

Three players scored in double figures as the men's basketball team defeated Nazareth College and advanced to the semifinals of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Women Top Naz in Chase

1/9/2007

The women's basketball team used a staunch defense to defeat Nazareth College, 70-56, in the opening round of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Men Fall to NYU in OT

1/7/2007

Michael DeCorso hit a three-pointer to force overtime with 1.2 seconds left and visiting New York University outscored the University of Rochester, 13-4, in the extra session to post a 70-61 victory[read more]



Women Defeat No. 21 NYU

1/7/2007

The University of Rochester sank 12 three-point goals, 10 in the first half, and went on to an 82-69 victory over New York University at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Men Seeded #3 in Chase

1/7/2007

The men's basketball team is seeded third in a field of eight for the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Women Seeded #1 in Chase

1/7/2007

The women's basketball team has earned the number one seed for this week's JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Touranment.[read more]



Women Top No. 7 Brandeis

1/6/2007

Six players contributed to a 16-2 run midway through the second half that carried Rochester to a 69-59 victory over Brandeis at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Neer Wins His 500th

1/6/2007

Seven players scored eight points or more as the University of Rochester defeated 23rd-ranked Brandeis, 83-65, to give head coach Mike Neer his 500th career victory.[read more]



Men Hold Off RIT

1/2/2007

Tim Brackney scored eight points down the stretch as the men's basketball team held off Rochester Institute of Technology, 60-54, at the Palestra.[read more]



Muller's Career High Sparks Women

1/2/2007

Danielle Muller scored a career high 30 points to lead the women's basketball team to a 76-65 victory over Rochester Institute of Technology at the Palestra.[read more]



Two Named As NSCAA Scholar All-Americans

12/21/2006

Senior forward Emily Urbanczyk and junior defender Ashley VanVechten have been named to the 2006 Scholar All-America Team by members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.[read more]



Three Reap All-ECAC Grid Honors

12/18/2006

Jay Jay Vanderstyne, Nick Zappia, and Jason Goeller have all been selected to the ECAC Northwest All-Star team in balloting of coaches in the Eastern College Athletic Conference.[read more]



Four Earn All-East Grid Honors

12/11/2006

Four Yellowjacket football players have earned All-East Region honors from D3football.com for the 2006 season.[read more]



VanVechten Repeats As First Team All-America in Soccer

12/11/2006

Junior defender Ashley VanVechten has been named an NSCAA/adidas First Team All-American for the second consecutive year.[read more]



Women Roll Past Union

12/9/2006

Julie Marriott and Johanna McNelis scored career high point totals to lead the women's basketball team to a 70-56 victory over Union College.[read more]



Men Defeat RIT

12/9/2006

The men’s swimming and diving team closed out an impressive first half of the season with its fourth straight dual meet victory, this time a 134-103 decision over RIT.[read more]



Women Outswim RIT

12/9/2006

The women’s swimming and diving team won for the fourth time in five outings this season with a 143-97 victory over RIT.[read more]



Women Qualify 3 for ECACs

12/8/2006

The women's indoor track and field team got the season off to a rousing start by qualifying three individuals for the ECAC Championships.[read more]



Two Earn ECAC Track Slots

12/8/2006

Mike Burgstrom qualified for ECACs in the weight throw and Patrick Hughes in the 5000 as the men's indoor track and field team launched its 2006-07 season. [read more]



Six Earn 10 Soccer Honors

12/8/2006

Six women's soccer players have combined to earn 10 honors on regional and New York State levels.[read more]



Men Fall to Fisher in OT

12/7/2006

The men's basketball team saw its five game winning streak come to an end when St. John Fisher posted a 69-67 victory in overtime.[read more]



Three All-Region in M. Soccer

12/6/2006

Three players have earned All-Region honors in men's soccer from the coaches association and a soccer website.[read more]



Women Hold Off Herons 74-69

12/5/2006

Rochester won its seventh straight, 74-69, over William Smith College at the Palestra with big second half performances from Emily Lyons, Jessica Waddell, and Danielle Muller.[read more]



Men Beat Hobart for Fifth Straight W

12/5/2006

The men's basketball team got a career best 23 points from Uche Ndubizu and a double-double from Jon Onyiriuka to spark an 80-63 victory over Hobart.[read more]



Women Top CMU in UAA Opener

12/2/2006

Emily Lyons continued her scoring surge and the Yellowjacket defense turned it up in the second half as Rochester defeated Carnegie Mellon, 67-58, in the UAA opener for both schools.[read more]



Women 2nd at Liberty Swim Champs

12/2/2006

Rochester finished a strong second to Union at the Liberty League Swimming and Diving Championships at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Center on Saturday.[read more]



Men Win Liberty Swim Title!

12/2/2006

Rochester held off two-time defending champion RPI to win the 2006 Liberty League Swimming and Diving Championship at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Complex.[read more]



Men Beat CMU in UAA Opener

12/2/2006

Uche Ndubizu scored six of his game-high 21 points in a key 10-1 run midway through the second half to spark the men’s basketball team to a 60-51 victory over Carnegie Mellon University at Skibo Gymnasium.[read more]



Joyce Helps Break Liberty Record

12/1/2006

Senior Kari Joyce was part of a record-setting relay for the University of Rochester at the Liberty League Swimming and Diving Championships on Friday night.[read more]



'Jacket Men Lead Liberty Champs After Day One

12/1/2006

Rochester is the first day leader in the Liberty League swimming and diving championships at teh Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Center.[read more]



Three Named Academic All-America in Football

11/30/2006

Nick Zappia, Jason Goeller, and Andy Rape have been named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Academic All-America™ Football Team.[read more]



Six Named All-UAA in M. Soccer

11/29/2006

Six University of Rochester men’s soccer players have earned All-University Athletic Association honors in 2006.[read more]



Seven Women All-UAA in Soccer

11/29/2006

Seven University of Rochester student-athletes have received All-University Athletic Association honors in women’s soccer[read more]



Johnson Named Academic All-American in Volleyball

11/28/2006

Senior outside hitter Susan Johnson has been named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Academic All-America Women’s Volleyball team in balloting conducted by the College Sports Information Directors of America[read more]



Women Beat Elmira, 70-52

11/28/2006

The women's basketball team improved to 5-0 this season with a 70-52 victory over Elmira College on the road on Tuesday.[read more]



Men Outshoot Buffalo State

11/27/2006

The Yellowjackets shto a season's best 58 percent from the floor and rolled past Buffalo State, 88-57, at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Defeat Ithaca, Now 4-0

11/26/2006

The women's basketball team used a late first half rally fueled by a freshman to forge into the lead and defeat Ithaca, 69-58, on the road.[read more]



Big Second Half Fuels Men

11/25/2006

Uche Ndubizu and Mike Chmielowiec combined for 26 points and 16 rebounds as the Yellowjackets defeated Washington & Jefferson, 76-44, at the Palestra.[read more]



Fletcher, Cahan Earn All-America FH Honors

11/22/2006

Senior midfielder Celinda Fletcher and junior goaltender Rachel Cahan have been named Second Team All-Americans by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.[read more]



Tuohy Named A First Team Academic All-American

11/22/2006

University of Rochester senior forward Brian Tuohy has been named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division First Team Academic All-America Team in men’s soccer by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America. [read more]



Women Rally Vs. Mavs

11/21/2006

Megan Krebbeks hit a jumper with 1.9 seconds remaining to snap a 46-all tie and carry the women's basketball team to a 48-46 victory over Medaille College. [read more]



Men Edge Naz in OT

11/21/2006

Jon Onyiriuka scored 19 points and Jeff Juron added 15 more as the Yellowjackets held off Nazareth College, 74-71 in OT, at the Palestra.[read more]



Squash 3rd at LL Champs

11/20/2006

With victories over Hobart and Vassar, the squash team finished in third place at the Liberty League championships held at Hamilton College over the weekend.[read more]



Men Fall in Resler Final

11/19/2006

The men's basketball team lost the championship game of the Chuck Resler Tournament, 73-62, to Lake Erie College.[read more]



Women Beat #1 Scranton!

11/19/2006

The women's baskletball team rode a 44-19 second half to a 69-51 victory over the University of Scranton, the nation's top-ranked team.[read more]



Gridders Fall in OT

11/19/2006

The Yellowjackets put up good offensive numbers in a 40-34 shootout loss to Alfred in the ECAC Northwest Bowl football playoff game.[read more]



Swimmers Sweep Brandeis

11/19/2006

The men's and women's swimming team swept a dual meet from Brandeis on Saturday.[read more]



Men Top Ithaca in Resler

11/18/2006

All five starters hit in double figures and two posted career highs as the men’s basketball team opened the 2006-07 season with an 81-72 victory over Ithaca College in the Chuck Resler Tournament at the Palestra.<[read more]



Women Beat Clarkson, Will Face #1 Scranton

11/18/2006

The women’s basketball team hit 47 percent from the field in the first half and rolled to an 82-54 victory over Clarkson University in the first round of the Chuck Resler Tournament at the Palestra.[read more]



Hoop Games to Be Videocast

11/17/2006

Rochester's opening doubleheader in basketball will be videocast.Access the feed.[read more]



Hughes in Top Half @ NCAAs!

11/17/2006

Junior Patrick Hughes finished in the top half of the field at the NCAA Division III Cross Country championships.[read more]



Women Fall to Messiah

11/17/2006

Annie Futato and Stef Rowe scored a goal apiece as defending national champion Messiah College earned a 2-0 victory over the University of Rochester at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Squash Heads for LL Champs

11/16/2006

The Yellowjacket squash team will compete in the Liberty League championships this weekend at Hamilton College.[read more]



Ten Get Grid Honors

11/16/2006

Ten Yellowjackets have earned all-league honors in football from the Liberty League – four on the First Team, four on the Second Team, and two Honorable Mentions[read more]



Women's BB Ready to Open

11/16/2006

With 11 veterans back from a 20-8 club, the women's basketball team is anticipating the season opener - Friday vs. Clarkson in the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Men Focusing On BB Season

11/16/2006

The men's basketball team focuses its attention on the 2006-07 basketball season which opens in the Palestra on Friday vs. Ithaca.[read more]



Sweet 16 W. Soccer Notebook

11/16/2006

Rochester hosts one bracket in the NCAA Division III Sweet 16 on Friday and Saturday at Edwin Fauver Stadium. Doors will open at 10 am Friday for the 11 am game between Rochester and defending champion Messiah College.[read more]



Football's in ECACs!

11/13/2006

The University of Rochester will make its first post-season football appearance in 19 years when the Yellowjackets play in the ECAC Northwest Championship Game this Saturday at Alfred University. Kickoff is set for noon.[read more]



Women Nip Oneonta, 1-0

11/12/2006

The women's soccer team defeated SUNY Oneonta, 1-0, in the second round of the NCAA Division III Championships and advanced into the Sweet 16.[read more]



Hobart tops Rochester, 31-21

11/11/2006

Rochester fell to Hobart College, 31-21, in the regular season finale.[read more]



Women Lose to Union

11/11/2006

Michele Gruen and Kari Joyce were triple winners, but the women’s swimming and diving team lost, 143-100, to Union College.[read more]



Men Roll By Union

11/11/2006

With four individuals combining for five outright wins in individual events, the men’s swimming and diving team rolled to a 153-88 victory over Union College.[read more]



Spikers Take ECAC Crown

11/11/2006

The University of Rochester won its second consecutive ECAC Upstate New York Volleyball Championship by defeating SUNY New Paltz, 3-2, in the title match at the Palestra.[read more]



W. Soccer Advances in NCAAs

11/11/2006

Senior forward Mary Walsh set up one goal and scored another to lead the University of Rochester to a 2-0 victory over College Misericordia in the opening round of the NCAA Division III women’s soccer playoffs at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Fall in NCAAs

11/11/2006

Stevens Tech defeated Rochester, 5-2, in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs in a match played at The College of Staten Island.[read more]



F. Hockey Blanked in ECACs

11/11/2006

Second-seeded Johns Hopkin scored a goal in each half to defeat Rochester, 2-0, in the semifinals of the ECAC Mid-Atlantic playoffs.[read more]



Women Splash Past SLU

11/10/2006

The women's swimming and diving team ran its record to 2-0 with a 146-87 victory over St. Lawrence University on Friday evening.[read more]



Men Top SLU in Pool Opener

11/10/2006

The men's swimming and diving team earned its first win of the season with a 153-86 victory over previously unbeaten St. Lawrence University at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Complex.[read more]



Spikers #1 Seed in ECACS

11/9/2006

The women's volleyball team is the top seed and the host for the 2006 ECAC Championships scheduled for the Ppalestra on Friday and Saturday.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins in ECACs

11/8/2006

Rochester scored goals 11 minutes apart in the second half and defeated Widener University, 3-2, in the quarterfinals of the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Field Hockey Regionals.[read more]



Green Goal Beats Hamilton

11/8/2006

Tyler Green scored into an open net with five seconds to play to give the University of Rochester a 1-0 victory over visiting Hamilton College in the first round of the NCAA Division III men's soccer playoffs at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Home in NCAAs

11/6/2006

The men's soccer team will host Hamilton College in the first round of the 2006 NCAA Division III Championships.[read more]



Women Home in NCAAs!

11/6/2006

The NCAA Division III women's soccer regional will be played at Edwin Fauver Stadium this Saturday and Sunday after a change made on Saturday morning.[read more]



Men Third at State XCs

11/4/2006

The men's cross country team finished in third place at the New York State Championships hosted by St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Women's XC 13th at States

11/4/2006

The women's cross country team finished 13th in a field of 17 at the New York State championships hosted by St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Volleyball 7th at UAAs

11/4/2006

The women's volleyball team lost to Chicago on Saturday morning and finished tied for seventh place at the University Athletic Association championships.[read more]



Five Straight for Football!

11/4/2006

Aaron Molisani ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead the Yellowjackets to a 30-23 victory over visiting Rensselaer at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Blank Case, 3-0

11/4/2006

The women's soccer team scored three times in the second half and went on to a 3-0 victory over Case Western Reserve at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Case Tops Men's Soccer

11/4/2006

Case Western Reserve University scored with 20 minutes to play to snap a 1-1 tie and defeat Rochester, 2-1, in men's soccer at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Go 1-2 at UAA Champs

11/3/2006

The women's volleyball team lost to Washington and Carnegie Mellon, then beat Case, 3-0, in the UAA Championships.[read more]



Fletcher Chosen For Senior Select Game

11/2/2006

Midfielder Celinda Fletcher has been selected to compete in the 2006 NFHCA Division III Senior All-Star Game by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.[read more]



Four Earn All-Liberty Honors in Field Hockey

11/2/2006

Four Yellowjackets have earned all-league honors in field hockey from the Liberty League. Three have been named to the First Team and one to the Second Team.[read more]



Spikers Tie for 7th Place at State Champs

10/29/2006

The women's volleyball team finished tied for seventh place at the New York State championships after a 3-0 loss to host Skidmore College on Sunday.[read more]



W. Soccer Wins at CMU

10/29/2006

Stephanie Klenotich and Emily Urbanczyk scored goals to help the women's soccer team defeat Carnegie Mellon University, 2-1.[read more]



Men Nip Carnegie, 2-1

10/29/2006

Tyler Green scored with less than 10 minutes to play to help the men's soccer team defeat Carnegie Mellon University, 2-1.[read more]



Johnson, Carr Honored by NYS

10/28/2006

Seniors Susan Johnson and Sam Carr have earned All-State honors in volleyball from the New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic Association.[read more]



Field Hockey Tops Oneonta

10/28/2006

The Yellowjackets twice early in the second half and went on to a 3-2 victory over SUNY Oneonta.[read more]



Gridders Roll Past Grove City

10/28/2006

The Yellowjackets withstood a record-setting passing performance and a 38-minute weather delay to post a 38-21 victory over Grove City College.[read more]



Stevens Wins UAA XC Title

10/28/2006

Mark Stevens won the UAA Men's Cross Country title and teammate Patrick Hughes earned All-UAA honors for his performance.[read more]



Women 7th at UAA XC Run

10/28/2006

The women's cross country team finished in seventh place at the University Athletic Association championships hosted by Washington University.[read more]



Men 3rd at Genny Invite

10/28/2006

The men's swimming and diving team finished third in a four-team meet at SUNY Geneseo.[read more]



Women 2nd At Genny Swim

10/28/2006

The women's swimming and diving team finished second out of four teams at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational.[read more]



Squash Splits in Ohio

10/28/2006

The Yellowjacket squash team lost to Denison University, 7-2, and defeated Kenyon College, 8-1, to open its 2006-07 season.[read more]



Women Edge Emory, 2-1

10/27/2006

First half goals by Mary Walsh and Darby Grant carried the women's soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Emory University.[read more]



Men Edged by Emory

10/27/2006

Emory University broke a 0-0 tie with less than eight minutes to play and held on for a 1-0 win over the men's soccer team.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins in OT

10/25/2006

Mary DiMatteo scored both goals - one just 72 seconds into overtime - as the field hockey team defeated SUNY Brockport, 2-1.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Nazareth, 3-0

10/25/2006

The women's volleyball team closed out the home portion of its 2006 season with a 3-0 victory over Nazareth College on Senior Night.[read more]



Three Honors for Doubles Team

10/24/2006

Junior Colleen Cross and sophomore Cassandra Webster have earned honors from three different organizations for their accomplishments last week.[read more]



Gridders Get Four Honors

10/24/2006

Junior running back Matt Bielecki, senior linebacker Jason Goeller, and senior quarterback Aaron Molisani have all been honored for their play last weekend.[read more]



Maki Honored by Liberty Lg

10/24/2006

Sophomore Bruce Maki was named the Liberty League Performer of the Week after winning three events in Rochester's season-opening swimming and diving meet.[read more]



Three Reap Swim/Dive Honors From Liberty League

10/24/2006

Seniors Kari Joyce and Kara Nash plus freshman Nora Hoefer have been honored by the Liberty League for their performances in the pool last Saturday at RPI.[read more]



Women Edge RPI, 1-0

10/24/2006

Mary Walsh scored less than two minutes into overtime as the women's soccer team squeezed past RPI on Tuesday.[read more]



Spikers Seeded Fifth in States

10/23/2006

Wednesday's home game vs. Nazareth will be a playoff preview. The teams will meet in the first round of the NY State Championships this weekend.[read more]



Golfers 5th at McDaniel Invite

10/23/2006

The golf team finsihed fifth out of nine teams at the McDaniel College Invitational on Monday.[read more]



Women Win State's First Doubles Crown!

10/22/2006

Colleen Cross and Cassandra Webster won the first doubles crown at the New York State women's tennis championships being hosted at Cornell University.[read more]



Gridders Defeat WPI, 34-7

10/21/2006

The Yellowjackets produced outstanding performances on both sides of the football and posted a 34-7 victory at WPI on Saturday.[read more]



Skidmore Nips Field Hockey in OT

10/21/2006

Eighteenth-ranked Skidmore College rallied to tie with less than five minutes to play and scored in overtime to defeat the Yellowjackets, 3-2, in field hockey.[read more]



Women's Soccer Wins 6-0

10/21/2006

Emily Urbanczyk scored one goal and set up another to spark the women's soccer team to a 6-0 victory over Keuka College.[read more]



Men Win at Cortland

10/21/2006

Nick Mikolenko set up both first half goals and the men's soccer team went on to a 2-1 victory over SUNY Cortland.[read more]



Men Swim Strongly in Opener at Rensselaer

10/21/2006

The men's swimming and diving team produced a number of high caliber performances in a 130-113 loss at RPI in the season opener.[read more]



Women Dominate in Swim Opener at Rensselaer

10/21/2006

By winning nine of the first 10 events, the women’s swimming and diving team opened the 2006-07 campaign on a high note – with a 153-90 victory over RPI.[read more]



Women's Tennis Reaches Three State Finals

10/21/2006

Rochester's first three singles players have reached the championship match of their flight at the New York State Women's Tennis Championships being hosted at Cornell University.[read more]



'Jackets Nipped by Union

10/20/2006

Homestanding Union College scored midway through the first half and withstood a Yellowjacket onslaught in the second half to post a 1-0 field hockey win over Rochester.[read more]



Five Women Advance in NYS Tennis Champs

10/20/2006

Rochester won five out of six singles matches in the New York State women’s tennis championships being played at Cornell University[read more]



Field Hockey Wins 10th

10/18/2006

The field hockey team won its 10th game of the season and sixth straight with a 1-0 victory over Ithaca College at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



W. Soccer Ties Nazareth

10/18/2006

The Yellowjackets posted their 10th shutout of the season, but couldn't crack through at the other end and settled for a 0-0 double overtime tie with Nazareth.[read more]



Good Showing by Squash

10/17/2006

Four freshmen from the Yellowjacket squash team turned in strong performances at an area competition featuring players from varying locales.[read more]



Spikers Get 18th Win

10/17/2006

The women's volleyball team defeated SUNY Fredonia, 3-0, on the road to improve to 18-8.[read more]



Washington Tops W. Soccer

10/15/2006

Visiting Washington University scored twice in the first half and went on to a 2-0 victory over the Unviersity of Rochester in women's soccer at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Knot Washington, 1-1

10/15/2006

Tyler Green headed home a corner kick with just over 14 minutes to play and the men's soccer team dueled Washington University to a 1-1 tie at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Split at UAAs

10/15/2006

Rochester lost, 3-0, to second-ranked Washington, then bounced back to defeat host Chicago, 3-2, in the second UAA round robin.[read more]



Tennis Pair Finishes 8th

10/14/2006

Eric Hansen and Thanos Kantarelis finished eighth overall in the doubles championship at the ITA Small College Championships.[read more]



Men Run 4th at UR Invite

10/14/2006

The men's cross country team placed all five runners in the top 25 to finsih fourth out of nine teams at the annual UR Invitational at Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Women 6th at UR XC Invite

10/14/2006

With four women running within a minute of each other, the women's cross country team finished sixth in a field of 10 at the annual UR Invitational at Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Spikers Drop 2 at UAAs

10/14/2006

The women's volleyball team lost a 3-2 decision to Case and a 3-0 decision to NYU at the second UAA Round Robin.[read more]



Women Edge Chicago, 2-1

10/13/2006

Rochester scored twice in the first five minutes and went on to a 2-1 women's soccer victory over the University of Chicago at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Knot Chicago in 2 OTs

10/13/2006

Rochester was denied on a handful of good chances in the second half and OT and wound up tying Chicago, 1-1, in men's soccer at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Five Straight for Field Hockey

10/12/2006

Krista Butler scored two goals and Rachel Cahan made five saves as the Yellowjackets won their fifth straight game.[read more]



Spikers Win A Tight One

10/11/2006

The women's volleyball team defeated SUNY Geneseo, 3-2, at the Palestra on Tuesday night to improve to 16-5.[read more]



Golfers Fourth at Fisher-Naz

10/10/2006

The golf team finished in fourth place out of nine schools at the St. John Fisher-Nazareth Shootout.[read more]



Field Hockey Outscores Geneseo

10/10/2006

Rochester broke out for two quick second half goals and went on to a 4-1 field hockey victory at SUNY Geneseo on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Time Change on M. Soccer

10/9/2006

The men's soccer match vs. Chicago will kick off at 7:30 pm Friday night rather than the originally published time of 7 pm.[read more]



W.. Tennis Ends 4th at LL Champs

10/8/2006

The women's tennis team finished in fourth place at the Liberty League tennis championships hosted by St. Lawrence University over the weekend.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Elmira, 3-0

10/8/2006

Rochester ran its record to 15-5 with a 3-0 victory at Elmira College on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Field Hockey Tops RPI, 2-1

10/7/2006

Rochester took advantage of two first half goals and went on to defeat Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), 2-1, in Liberty League field hockey action.[read more]



'Jackets Rally Past USMMA, 28-24

10/7/2006

Meliora weekend turned out very favorably for the football team as the Yellowjackets rallied for a thrilling 28-24 victory over the United States Merchant Marine Academy.[read more]



Men Blank Brandeis, 3-0

10/7/2006

Patrick Ripp and Neil Osuch scored four minutes apart early in the first half to lead the men's soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Brandeis.[read more]



Women Duel 0-0 With Brandeis

10/7/2006

Brandeis goalkeeper Betsey Medow made seven saves to earn the shutout as the Judges dueled ninth-ranked Rochester to a 0-0 tie in double overtime.[read more]



Men's B Team 5th at Naz

10/7/2006

Using no one from the top 12 on the team, the men’s cross country squad finished fifth out of nine at the Nazareth College Invitational. [read more]



Women's B Team 3rd at Naz

10/7/2006

The women’s cross country team placed third out of 11 teams at the Nazareth College Invitational.[read more]



Late Goals Fuel Field Hockey Win Over Vassar

10/6/2006

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Women Top Naz on Court

10/5/2006

The women's tennis team won its second dual match of the season with a 6-3 win over Nazareth at the Goergen Athletic Center.[read more]



Squash Prospects Bright As 2006-07 Season Nears

10/5/2006

Prospects are very bright for the squash program at the University of Rochester as the 2006-07 season dawns. The Yellowjackets have an impressive influx of new players coupled with a veteran cast of returnees.[read more]



Twelve Join Athletic Hall of Fame

10/5/2006

Twelve former athletes and contributors have been selected for induction into the University of Rochester Athletics Hall of Fame.[read more]



Gallagher Gets Two Honors for Gridiron Work

10/4/2006

Senior defensive lineman Pat Gallagher has been named Defensive Player of the Week by two organizations for his efforts last Saturday.[read more]



Two Honors for Doubles Pair

10/4/2006

Rochester's first doubles pair of Thanos Kantarelis and Eric Hansen enjoyed a high level of success last weekend and the awards have been ample.[read more]



Stevens Honored by UAA

10/4/2006

Junior Mark Stevens has been named the University Athletic Association Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week.[read more]



Bojko Gets UAA Honor

10/4/2006

Sophomore Laura Bojko's scoring talents helped the Yellowjackets to a pair of wins and secured a player honor for her.[read more]



Two More Plaudits For Goodridge in Golf

10/4/2006

Junior Stephen Goodridge has been named the Player of the Week by both the Liberty League and the University Athletic Association.[read more]



WBB Coaches Clinic Set

10/3/2006

Pre-registration is now available for the University of Rochester’s Women’s Basketball Coaches Clinic. The clinic will be held on Sunday, October 29, 2006.[read more]



Women Shut Out Geneseo

10/3/2006

For the second game in a row, the women's soccer team scored an early goal and went on to victory.[read more]



First Half Fuels Victory For Men's Soccer Over RIT

10/3/2006

The men's soccer team opened quickly and closed fast in posting a 5-0 victory at RIT.[read more]



Golfers Win Liberty Title!

10/2/2006

The golf team won the Liberty League championship for the first time with a one-stroke victory over Skidmore College.[read more]



Doubles Duo Win ITA Title

10/1/2006

The number one doubles team of Thanos Kantarelis and Eric Hansen won the championship match of the ITA Northeast Regional Championships at Vassar College.[read more]



Molisani's Run at 0:41 Beats St. Lawrence

9/30/2006

Senior quarterback Aaron Molisani ran four yards for a touchdown with 41 seconds to play to give the Yellowjackets a 19-18 victory over visiting St. Lawrence University at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men 5th at Geneseo XC

9/30/2006

The men's cross country team finished fifth in a field of 18 at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational at Letchworth State Park.[read more]



Spikers Drop Two at UAAs

9/30/2006

The women's volleyball team lost to Carnegie Mellon, 3-2, and Emory, 3-0, at the UAA Round Robin at Emory University.[read more]



Field Hockey tops Hartwick

9/30/2006

Revay Wilson had a goal and an assist to lead the Yellowjackets to a 4-1 field hockey win over Hartwick College.[read more]



Women 8th at Geneseo

9/30/2006

The women's cross country team ran to an eighth place finish out of 16 teams at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational.[read more]



Volleyball Rallies vs. Brandeis

9/29/2006

The women’s volleyball team rallied from an 0-2 deficit to defeat Brandeis, 3-2, in the opening match of the University Athletic Association round robin at Emory University.[read more]



Men Nipped by NYU

9/29/2006

Host New York University scored two goals, then held on for a 2-1 victory over the Yellowjacket men's soccer team on the west side of Manhattan.[read more]



Early Goals Fuel Women's Soccer Victory

9/29/2006

Rochester scored twice before the match was seven minutes old and went on to a 5-0 women's soccer victory over New York University in Manhattan.[read more]



Former Coach Lyle Brown Passes Away at 83

9/29/2006

Lyle Brown, one of Rochester’s most successful two-sport coaches and a member of the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame, passed away on September 28, 2006.[read more]



Netmen Improve to 4-0

9/28/2006

The men's tennis team is 4-0 on the young season after posting a 6-3 victory over Vassar College on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



FH Blanked by #10 Herons

9/27/2006

Tenth-ranked William Smith College made a pair of first half goals stand up for a 2-0 field hockey win over the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Cross Is Liberty's Women's Tennis Honoree

9/26/2006

Colleen Cross has been named the Liberty League's Women's Tennis Player of the Week for her performance at the ITA Northeast Regionals last week.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Ithaca, 3-2

9/26/2006

The Yellowjackets got strong performances all around and defeated Ithaca College, 3-2, on the road on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Golfers Get Four Honors

9/25/2006

Stephen Goodridge has earned three honors for his play last weekend and freshman Brandon Isobe has been honored once.[read more]



W. Soccer Blanks Alfred

9/25/2006

With two goals in each half, the women's soccer team defeated Alfred University, 4-0, on Monday evening to improve to 6-0-1.[read more]



Golfers Second at Williams

9/25/2006

The golf team finished second out of 19 teams at the Williams College Invitational. Rochester was two strokes behind Salem State College and three ahead of Skidmore.[read more]



Coolbaugh Named Liberty Rookie of the Week

9/25/2006

Freshman wide receiver Mike Coolbaugh has been named the Liberty League Rookie of the Week for football.[read more]



Stevens Repeats As UAA Runner of the Week

9/25/2006

For the second time this fall, Mark Stevens has been named the University Athletic Association Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week.[read more]



Golfers Shoot 290 at Willams

9/24/2006

The Yellowjacket golf team shot a 290 on the first day of the Williams Invitational and sat atop the 10-team field.[read more]



WXC Test NCAA Course

9/24/2006

The women's cross country team ran on the NCAA national championship course, finishing 13th in a field of 15 teams.[read more]



MXC Runs NCAA Course

9/24/2006

The men's cross country team finished 14th out of 16 teams at teh Pre-National Meet hosted by Wilmington College on the NCAA Championship Course.[read more]



Cross In ITA Semifinals

9/23/2006

Colleen Cross has reached the semifinals of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Regional Championships being hosted by William Smith College.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins 2-0

9/23/2006

Krista Butler and Lara Bucarey scored once each as field hockey defeated Hamilton, 2-0.[read more]



Men Edged by Salisbury

9/23/2006

The men's soccer team was edged, 1-0,when Salisbury Unviersity scored a late goal.[read more]



Union Edges Gridders, 27-24

9/23/2006

Aaron Molisani threw for two touchdowns and a two-point PAT in the fourth quarter to rally the Yellowjackets before Union held on for a 27-24 victory.[read more]



Saints Nip Jackets in Field Hockey

9/22/2006

Visiting St. Lawrence scored with 4:42 to play and edged Rochester in field hockey, 1-0, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Liberty League Honors Three

9/21/2006

Three Yellowjacket football players have been honored this week by the Liberty League for their performances in last Saturday’s 54-42 victory over Gettysburg College.[read more]



WVB Gets 12th Victory

9/21/2006

The women's volleyball team improved to 12-3 with a 3-0 victory at Medaille College.[read more]



Cahan Honored by Liberty League

9/21/2006

Junior goaltender Rachel Cahan has been named the Liberty League's Defensive Player of the Week for field hockey for the week ending September 17.[read more]



W. Soccer Blanks RIT

9/19/2006

Emily Urbanczyk and Laura Morrison scored second half goals to carry the women's soccer team to a 2-0 victory over RIT at Fauver Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Men Edge Nazareth

9/19/2006

Tyler Green headed home a crisp pass from Jeremy Mann with less than 20 minutes to play and the men's soccer team went on to a 2-1 victory over Nazareth College at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Rally Past RIT, 3-2

9/19/2006

The women's volleyball team rallied from a 2-1 deficit in games to defeat RIT, 3-2, at the Palestra on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Field Hockey Tops Utica

9/17/2006

Christi Bottcher and Kristy Johnson scored goals just 1:10 apart to snap a 1-1 deficit and lead Rochester to a 4-1 field hockey victory over Utica College at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Gridders Outscore Bullets

9/16/2006

With 10 touchdown passes and nearly 1,000 yards of offense between the teams, Rochester won an offensive slugfest against Gettysburg, 54-42, at Fauver Stadium on Saturday.[read more]



W. Soccer Clips Union, 3-1

9/16/2006

The women's soccer team scored early goals in each half and went on to a 3-1 victory over Union College at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



WVB Is 6th at RIT Tourney

9/16/2006

The women's volleyball team finkshed in sixth place at the RIT Tournament after defeating Fredonia, 3-1, and dropping a 3-2 decision to Brockport.[read more]



Men's Tennis Wins FC Title

9/16/2006

The men's tennis team defeated RIT and Ithaca College on Saturday, then beat Oneonta on Sunday to win the Flower City Tournament at the Peter Lyman Courts.[read more]



Men Blank 8th-Ranked Hobart

9/16/2006

Junior Nick Mikolenko set up both goals – one in each half – as the men's soccer team defeated eighth-ranked Hobart College, 2-0, at Edwin Fauver Stadium.<[read more]



2006 Garnish Scholars: Emily Bango

9/15/2006

One of the most appealing aspects of the University of Rochester is the students’ ability to explore new ideas and topics. Nobody knows that better than Emily Bango.[read more]



2006 Garnish Scholars: Susan Johnson

9/15/2006

Playing a team sport teaches athletes the value of working with others to achieve common goals, and that is an important skill that can be applied to other aspects of one’s life. Susan Johnson knows.[read more]



2006 Garnish Scholars: Joseph Lust

9/15/2006

Joseph Lust uses four terms to describe what running in college involves. The first three are: consistency, methodicalness, and self-deprivation.[read more]



Spikers 1-1 at RIT Tourney

9/15/2006

The women's volleyball team was edged, 3-2, by SUNY Cortland before bouncing back for a 3-1 win over St. John Fisher in the RIT Tournament.[read more]



2006 Garnish Scholars: Zack Freed

9/14/2006

If the busiest people accomplish the most, Zack Freed may be one of the more accomplished students at the University of Rochester. He is clearly one of the busiest.[read more]



2006 Garnish Scholars: Jena Robertson

9/14/2006

Students seem to find their passions based on what has happened in their lives prior to coming to college and that is exactly how the Yellowjackets’ starting shortstop, Jena Robertson, decided on her academic path.[read more]



2006 Garnish Scholars: Nick Zappia

9/14/2006

Eight months from now, Nick Zappia will walk across the stage at commencement ceremonies, collect his degrees, and share some words with his classmates, his family, and his friends. Then the next stage of his life will begin.[read more]



2006 Garnish Scholars: Mary DiMatteo

9/14/2006

When your assignment on the field is a complex one, you learn to work hard, to survive, and to succeed. Mary DiMatteo can draw a parallel to her industriousness on the field hockey pitch and her academic pursuits.[read more]



Five Earn Weekly Honors

9/13/2006

Five student-athletes have combined to win a total of seven honors as conference players of the week for the week ending September 10.[read more]



Field Hockey Blanks Naz

9/13/2006

Freshman Lara Bucarey registered a goal and an assist to lead visiting Rochester to a 3-0 field hockey victory over Nazareth College.[read more]



10 Minutes With John Izzo

9/12/2006

With a second place finish at States and a fourth place finish at Regionals, the men's cross country team hopes to build on that success in 2006.[read more]



10 Minutes With Barbara Hartwig

9/12/2006

The women's cross country team wants to use last year's fourth place finish at Regionals as a springboard to success in 2006.[read more]



10 Minutes With Linda Downey

9/12/2006

Depth will play a big role for the women's volleyball team in 2006.[read more]



'Jackets Defeat Clarkson, 2-1

9/10/2006

Nick Miklolenko scored one goal and set up another as the men’s soccer team defeated Clarkson, 2-1, at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Blank Fisher

9/10/2006

Tammy Brewster scored twice to spark a 4-0 women's soccer victory over St. John Fisher College at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Golf Third at SLU Invite

9/10/2006

The golf team finished third of 11 teams at the St. Lawrence Invitational.[read more]



Scorers Step Up vs. Elmira

9/9/2006

Rochester scored a season's high six goals and controlled play in a 6-3 field hockey win over Elmira College at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men Third in XC Opener

9/9/2006

Rochester finished third in a three-team season opening meet against SUNY Fredonia and RIT on Saturday at Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Women Run Second in XC Opener

9/9/2006

The women's cross country team placed four in the top nine - two freshmen - and finished second in a three-team meet at Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Spikers Win Potsdam Title

9/9/2006

Rochester defeated SUNY Oswego and Middlebury College, both 3-0, to win the Potsdam State Invitational women's volleyball tournament on Saturday.[read more]



Fisher Rallies for Grid Win

9/9/2006

Rochester took a crowd-pleasing 7-6 lead at halftime before visiting St. John Fisher rallied in the second half to win the Courage Bowl at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Late SLU Goal Forces Tie

9/8/2006

Visiting St. Lawrence scored with 33 seconds left in the second half to tie the game, as they battled Rochester to a 2-2 tie.[read more]



Spikers Take Two at Potsdam

9/8/2006

Rochester defeated both Plattsburgh and Buffalo State, 3-0, at the Potsdam State Tournament on Friday.[read more]



W. Soccer Nips Wm. Smith

9/7/2006

Anne McMahon set up the game's only goal, then blocked the potential tying goal as the women's soccer team defeated William Smith College, 1-0, at Fauver Stadium.

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W. Tennis Tops Brockport

9/7/2006

Rochester opened the women’s tennis season in style with a 7-2 victory over SUNY Brockport on the road.[read more]



Cortland Nips Jackets

9/6/2006

Cortland State scored early in the second half to claim a 1-0 win over the Yellowjackets in field hockey at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Volleyball Tops D'Youville

9/6/2006

With two players topping a dozen kills and two others just under 10, the women's volleyball team defeated D'Youville College, 3-0, for its fourth straight win.[read more]



Courage Bowl Tix Now on Sale

9/5/2006

Advance sale tickets are now available for the Courage Bowl between the University of Rochester and St. John Fisher College.[read more]



Four Earn Honors in Week One

9/5/2006

Four student-athletes representing three sports have earned a variety of conference and player of the week honors for the University of Rochester.[read more]



Women Share Roanoke Crown

9/3/2006

The women's soccer team joined host Roanoke College as co-champions of the Roanoke College Invitational Soccer Tournament after a 0-0 tie.[read more]



Pioneers Nip Men at the End

9/3/2006

Wisconsin-Platteville scored twice in the second half, including the gamewinning goal with less than four minutes to play, to win the Flower City Soccer Tournament, 2-1, at Fauver Stadium on Sunday.[read more]



Gridders Down Johns Hopkins, 20-10

9/2/2006

Aaron Molisani threw two touchdown passes and Matt Stack returned a clinching interception 80 yards for a touchdown with 2:23 to play as the Yellowjackets defeated Johns Hopkins University, 20-10, at Homewood Field in Baltimore.[read more]



Spikers take Gold Division

9/2/2006

Rochester defeated Baptist Bible College and Skidmore, both by 3-0 counts, to win the Gold Division of the SUNY Cortland Red Dragon Classic.[read more]



Women Open With 1-0 Win

9/2/2006

Rochester opened the 2006 soccer campaign the same way it did in 2005: with a 1-0 win in a tournament.[read more]



Field Hockey Nipped in Opener

9/1/2006

Depsite a 19-5 advantage in shots, the field hockey team was upended by Kean College, 2-1, on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Soccer Tops Oswego

9/1/2006

The men's soccer team defeated SUNY Oswego, 3-1, Friday night to move into the championship match of the Flower City Soccer Tournament at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Split at Cortland

9/1/2006

Rochester split a pair of 3-1 decisions at the Cortland Red Dragon Classic, losing to Stevens Tech, 3-1, then bouncing back to defeat Lebanon Valley College, 3-1.[read more]



10 Minutes With Scott Greene

8/29/2006

The Yellowjacket football team returns a good mix of talent on both sides of the ball as the club prepares for the 2006 season.[read more]



10 Minutes With Chris Apple

8/23/2006

They won 16 games last year, captured the UAA title, and played in the NCAAs. Graduation claimed two All-Americans. What's in store for men's soccer in 2006?[read more]



Two Added to Grid Staff

8/14/2006

Two local high school standouts who stayed home to play college football - Canandaigua's Paul Fiorentino and Marcus Whitman's Noah Fehrenbach - have been added to the football coaching staff at the University of Rochester. [read more]



10 Minutes With Terry Gurnett

8/14/2006

They won 16 games last year, captured the UAA flag, and reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA playoffs. Can the women's soccer team match it this season?[read more]



Track Coaches Cite Women

8/14/2006

The women's track and field team has earned an academic honor from the United States Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Track Coaches Cite Men

8/14/2006

The men's track and field team has been cited by the United States Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



10 Minutes With Michelle Andre

8/11/2006

With pre-season practice approaching, field hockey coach Michelle Andre took the opportunity to assess her team's early prospects for 2006.[read more]



Two Join Men's Hoop Staff

8/7/2006

Two men with varied playing and coaching experience have been named to the Yellowjacket men’s basketball staff.[read more]



Goodridge Wins RDGA's Ryan Championship

7/14/2006

Junior golfer Stephen Goodridge was a wire-to-wire winner at the John H. Ryan Jr. Memorial Championship played at the Country Club of Mendon last week.[read more]



Greene Names Grid Staff

7/10/2006

Two men with coaching and or playing ties in the greater Rochester area plus a former player in the National Football League have been named to the football staff at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Greene Putts for Charity

6/14/2006

Rochester head football coach Scott Greene will take part in the 2006 Patty Mendick Putting Challenge as part of the Wegmans/LPGA International on Tuesday at the Locust Hill Golf Club.[read more]



Nolan Earns First Team Academic All-District Honors

5/31/2006

Chris Nolan, a senior who competed in both cross country and track and field, has been selected to the 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 College Division Men’s Cross Country/Track and Field Team.[read more]



Two Women Earn Academic All-District Honors

5/31/2006

Kate Pohlman, a senior middle distance runner, and Anjuli Cherukuri, a sophomore pole vaulter, have been selected to the 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 College Division Women’s Cross Country/Track and Field Team.[read more]



McHale Earns Academic All-District Honors

5/26/2006

Patricia McHale, a senior on the women's swimming and diving team, has been selected to the 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 College Division Women's At Large Team.[read more]



Thompson Takes Swim Reins

5/19/2006

Peter Thompson brings a wealth of experience on both the small- and major-college levels as the new men's and women's swimming coach at the University.[read more]



Women 43rd at ECACs

5/19/2006

The women's outdoor track and field team finished in 43rd place overall among teams who scored at the ECAC Championships.[read more]



Men 36th at ECACs

5/19/2006

Rochester's men finished 36th among teams who scored at least one point at the ECAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Springfield College.[read more]



Utica Tops Softball in ECACs

5/14/2006

Utica College scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally for a 3-1 victory over Rochester in the ECAC Upstate NY Softball Championships at St. John Fisher College.[read more]



Softball in ECAC 3rd Rd.

5/13/2006

On Sunday morning, Rochester and Utica will play for the second time in less than 24 hours to determine which team advances to the ECAC Upstate NY Softball Championship Game.[read more]



Baseball Out in LL Playoffs

5/13/2006

The Yellowjacket baseball team was eliminated from the Liberty League playoffs after losing a pair of games on Saturday.[read more]



Perfect Balance for Goodridge

5/12/2006

In two short years, University sophomore Stephen Goodridge has established himself as one of the finest golfers on the small college level in the United States.[read more]



Rain KOs Baseball Friday

5/12/2006

The Liberty League baseball tournament has shifted by one day due to heavy rain in the Capitol District.[read more]



Goodridge Wins Golf Title!

5/11/2006

Sophomore Stephen Goodridge won the NCAA Division III National Championship in golf at the Firethorn Golf Club.[read more]



Men Snap 4x100 Mark

5/11/2006

The men's outdoor track and field team broke the school record in the 4x100 meter relay running at the Roberts Wesleyan Invitational Thursday afternoon.[read more]



Gettinger All-UAA in Tennis

5/11/2006

Sophomore Aaron Gettinger has earned All-Association honors in men's tennis from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Eight All-LL in Baseball

5/11/2006

Eight players have earned All-Liberty League honors in baseball after balloting conducted among the league's head coaches.[read more]



Seven All-LL in Softball

5/11/2006

Seven players have earned All-Liberty League honors in softball in balloting conducted among the head coaches.[read more]



Acharya Top M. Scholar

5/10/2006

Jay Acharya, a senior on the men’s squash and tennis teams, was selected as the men’s Scholar-Athlete at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Dermody Is Top Sportsman

5/10/2006

Michael Dermody, a senior defensive back for the football team, was selected as the winner of the John Vitone Award for 2006.[read more]



Gurecki Wins Fabricant Honor

5/10/2006

Cynthia Gurecki, a senior thrower for both indoor and outdoor track and field, was selected as the recipient of the Sylvia Fabricant Award.[read more]



Micklos Wins Alexander Award

5/10/2006

Nate Micklos, a senior forward for the men’s soccer team, was selected as the top men’s senior athlete at the University.[read more]



Dual Honors for McHale - Top Scholar And W. Athlete

5/10/2006

Patricia McHale, a senior diver at the University of Rochester, has been selected as the winner of two prestigious awards: the Merle Spurrier Award and the Female Scholar-Athlete Award.[read more]



Three All-LL in W. Lax

5/9/2006

Two freshmen and one sophomore have earned All-Liberty League honors in women’s lacrosse after voting by the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Robertson All-Region by NFCA

5/9/2006

Junior Jena Robertson has earned All-Region honors in softball for the third consecutive year.[read more]



Softball Back in ECACs!

5/8/2006

The softball team has received a bid to the ECAC Upstate New York Championships for the second consecutive year.[read more]



LL Sets Baseball Playoff Times

5/8/2006

Rochester will open the 2006 Liberty League baseball championship tournament on Friday, May 12, at 12 Noon vs. St. Lawrence.[read more]



Ithaca Sweeps Baseball

5/6/2006

Ithaca College, ranked No. 15 in the latest Division III poll, swept a doubleheader from the Yellowjackets on Saturday, 11-1, and 1-0.[read more]



Men Win 2 State Relay Championships!

5/6/2006

Rochester's 4x100 and 4x400 meter relays won the New York State championship on Saturday afternoon at St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Women 7th at State Champs

5/6/2006

With five finishes at fourth place or higher, the women's outdoor track and field team finished in seventh place at the New York State championships at St. Lawrence.[read more]



Softball Splits with RPI

5/5/2006

The Yellowjackets rallied from a two-run deficit in game two and won, 3-2, to earn a split of a softball twinbill with 21st-ranked RPI.[read more]



Baseball Rolls Past Hamilton

5/5/2006

Rochester had 17 hits and took advantage of 10 Hamilton errors to post a 21-2 victory over the Continentals on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Women 4th at State Track

5/5/2006

With seven events complete on Friday, the women's outdoor track and field team stood in fourth place with 26 points.[read more]



Men 6th at State Track

5/5/2006

With seven events complete, the men's outdoor track and field team stands in sixth place with 19 points.[read more]



Cortland Nips Softball Twice

5/3/2006

SUNY Cortland staged rallies late in each game to pull out a doubleheader softball sweep over Rochester on Tuesday. The Red Dragons (31-9) won the first game, 5-4, in 9 innings and took the nitecap, 4-2.[read more]



Fisher Edges Baseball, 8-7

5/3/2006

Rochester fought back from a 7-0 deficit to tie the score before yielding an unearned run in the bottom of the ninth in an 8-7 loss at St. John Fisher.[read more]



'Jackets Name Scott Greene As Head Football Coach

5/2/2006

Scott Greene, one of the most widely recognized and accomplished players in Section V football annals, has been named the head football coach at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Landry Third at State Heps

5/1/2006

Freshman Jamie Landry finished third overall in the heptathlon at the New York State Track and Field Championships.[read more]



Goodridge NCAA-Bound

5/1/2006

Sophomore Stephen Goodridge has been selected to participate as an individual in the NCAA Division III Golf Championships.[read more]



Clarkson Sweeps Twinbill

4/30/2006

Rarely has a baseball doubleheader gone to such extremes. Rochester dropped a twinbill at Clarkson Sunday, 7-0, in game one, then a wild, 15-12, loss in 10 innings in the nitecap.[read more]



Bristol Wins Twice for Men

4/29/2006

Kirk Bristol won the 200 and 400 meter dashes to spur a balanced performance by the men’s outdoor track and field team in its final home meet of the season.[read more]



Women Claim 6 Firsts, 5 Seconds

4/29/2006

In the final home meet of the season, the women’s outdoor track and field team finished first in six individual events and second in five others.[read more]



Golfers End Fifth at Kravetz

4/29/2006

Rochester produced Saturday's third best round and had four men break 80 enroute to a fifth place finish at the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational.[read more]



Baseball Splits at Clarkson

4/29/2006

Rochester staged one late rally, then fell victim to another rally as the Yellowjackets split a baseball doubleheader at Clarkson University on Saturday.[read more]



Golfers 6th at Kravetz

4/28/2006

The Yellowjacket golf team stands in sixth place after one day at the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational being conducted at the Irondequoit Country Club and Oak Hill Country Club.[read more]



Nazareth Edges W. Lax

4/26/2006

Lindsey Dakin matched a 10-year-old goalscoring standard although visiting Nazareth claimed a 9-6 women's lacrosse victory at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Golfers Win UAA Title!

4/25/2006

With four men combining to shoot a cumulative one-over par on the second day, Rochester pulled out a three-stroke victory in the UAA golf championships.[read more]



Pitchers Down Fredonia

4/25/2006

The Yellowjackets used dominating pitching and some clutch hitting to sweep a softball doubleheader from visiting SUNY Fredonia at GLC Field.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Saints

4/24/2006

Rochester rolled up 25 hits in two games and held visiting St. Lawrence University to three runs and six hits combined as the Yellowjackets swept a softball doubleheader.[read more]



Golf Tied for Second at UAAs

4/24/2006

With one day of the UAA golf championships complete, Rochester is tied for second place.[read more]



Rain KOs Softball

4/23/2006

Sunday's softball doubleheader vs. RPI was cancelled due to steady rain.[read more]



'Jackets Sweep Vassar

4/23/2006

Freshman Blair Veenema and sophomore Pete McEneaney threw complete game victories this afternoon as the Yellowjackets swept a baseball doubleheader from Vassar College.[read more]



Rain KOs Baseball Sat.

4/22/2006

Saturday's baseball doubleheader between Vassar and Rochester has been cancelled due to steady overnight rain.[read more]



W. Lax Wins Third Straight

4/22/2006

The Yellowjacket women's lacrosse team posted its third straight victory with a 10-4 win at RPI on Saturday.[read more]



W. Tennis 6th at UAAs

4/22/2006

The womens tennis team finished sixth overall at the University Athletic Association Championships in Atlanta.[read more]



Men Do Well at Naz Invite

4/22/2006

The men’s outdoor track and field team went to its strengths at the Nazareth Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Multi Scorers Aid W. Track

4/22/2006

With multiple scorers in 10 events, the women’s outdoor track and field team had a very successful day at the Nazareth College Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



CMU Tops W. Tennis

4/21/2006

The women’s tennis team lost, 9-0, to Carnegie Mellon in the quarterfinals of the UAA tennis championships being hosted at Emory University.[read more]



W. Lax Outscores Vassar

4/21/2006

Lindsay Dakin and Abby Woodward combined for 12 goals to lead the women's lacrosse team to an 18-11 victory over Vassar College on Friday afternoon.[read more]



NYU Nips Men in UAAs

4/21/2006

New York University edged Rochester, 4-3, in the quarterfinals of the UAA men's tennis championships being conducted at Emory University.[read more]



Softball Splits at RIT

4/20/2006

The bats were hot in game one and cold in the nitecap. As a result, Rochester split a softball doubleheader at RIT on Thursday.[read more]



Buff St. Sweeps Softball

4/19/2006

Rochester rallied twice in the opener before Buffalo State bounced back and took both ends of a softball doubleheader at GLC Field on Tuesday. [read more]



Three Honors for Robertson

4/19/2006

Jena Robertson has earned three honors for her softball skills this week. [read more]



W. Lax Outscores Ithaca

4/18/2006

Freshman Lindsay Dakin scored a career high six goals to lead the women's lacrosse team to an 18-7 victory over visiting Ithaca College at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



#3 Cortland Tops 'Jackets

4/18/2006

Third-ranked Cortland scored in each of the first four innings and went on to a 14-2 victory over Rochester in baseball on Tuesday.[read more]



Hamilton Edges Women's Lacrosse

4/15/2006

The women's lacrosse team was edged by visiting Hamilton by a score of 12-11.[read more]



'Jackets Head For RPI

4/13/2006

The Yellowjacket baseball team takes the Liberty League's best record into Troy on Saturday and Sunday to face long-standing power RPI.[read more]



Softball Opens Liberty Play

4/13/2006

The Yellowjackets open the Liberty League portion of their softball schedule when they play at Skidmore College and Union College this weekend.[read more]



Golfers Head for W. Pa.

4/13/2006

The Yellowjacket golf team plays its third straight spring event in the state of Pennsylvania when Rochester competes in The Shootout at the Links on Saturday and Sunday.[read more]



W. Track at Roberts Saturday

4/13/2006

Fresh off two strong performances this spring, the women's outdoor track and field team heads crosstown to compete in the Raider Challenge at Roberts Wesleyan College.[read more]



Men 's Track at Roberts

4/13/2006

The men's outdoor track and field team will be competing at the Raider Challenge at Roberts Wesleyan College on Saturday.[read more]



Home Finale for Men's Tennis

4/13/2006

The men's tennis team plays its final regular season home match of the 2005-06 campaign on Saturday against Hamilton College.[read more]



RIT Rallies Past Baseball

4/12/2006

The Yellowjackets battled back three times to tie the score before RIT posted a 10-5 baseball victory on Towers Field on Wednesday.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Geneseo

4/12/2006

Rochester swept a softball doubleheader from SUNY Geneseo on Wednesday, winning 13-2 in five innings, and 7-2.[read more]



UAA Honor for Goodridge

4/11/2006

For the second consecutive week, sophomore Stephen Goodridge has been named the University Athletic Association Golfer of the Week.[read more]



Liberty League Honors Three In Baseball This Week

4/11/2006

Dan Pfohl, Pete McEneaney, and Blair Veenema have been selected for weekly honors in baseball by the Liberty League for games through last Sunday.[read more]



Winn, Ameno Earn Liberty Softball Honors

4/11/2006

Two freshmen - pitcher Beth Ameno and catcher Megan Winn - have been named the Pitcher and Rookie of the Week in softball by the Liberty League.[read more]



Herons Rally to Top W. Lax

4/11/2006

Host William Smith rattled in eight goals in a span of 10:49 to rally past Rochester, 13-9, in women's lacrosse on Tuesday.[read more]



Men Honored by XC Coaches

4/11/2006

The United States Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association bestowed team and individual academic honors on the men’s cross country team at the University of Rochester.[read more]



XC Coaches Honor Women

4/11/2006

The United States Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association bestowed team and individual academic honors on the women’s cross country team at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Golfers Storm into Second

4/10/2006

The Yellowjacket golfers improved by 15 strokes on Monday and pushed Rochester into a three-way tie for second place at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament at the Hershey Country Club.[read more]



Two More Wins For Baseball

4/9/2006

The Yellowjackets rallied twice - once in each game – to sweep a baseball doubleheader from Union College for the second consecutive day.[read more]



Golfers 5th at Mid-Atlantic

4/9/2006

Rochester is fifth out of 15 teams at the Mid-Atlantic Invitational being conducted at the Hershey Country Club in Hershey, PA.[read more]



Women Defeat SLU in Tennis

4/9/2006

Rochester won three singles matches and two of the three doubles events to defeat St. Lawrence University, 5-4, in women's tennis in Canton on Sunday.[read more]



Men Strong at Alumni Invite

4/9/2006

Running on its own track competitively for the first time this spring, the men’s outdoor track and field team played to its strengths at the UR Alumni Invitational.[read more]



Women Shine at Alumni Invite

4/9/2006

The women’s outdoor track and field team had many solid performances in the annual UR Alumni Invitational at Fauver Stadium Sunday.[read more]



'Jackets Just Short vs. Union

4/8/2006

Rochester's second half rally came up short in an 11-7 women's lacrosse loss to 15th-ranked Union College.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Union

4/8/2006

Blair Veenema and Pete McEneaney threw complete game victories as the Yellowjackets swept Union, 7-1, and 4-0, in baseball on Saturday at Towers Field.[read more]



Skidmore Wins in W. Lax

4/7/2006

Visiting Skidmore College defeated the Yellowjackets, 13-7, in women's lacrosse at Fauver Stadium on Friday.[read more]



Harris Blossoms in Squash

4/6/2006

A high school friend's interest drew Patrick Harris to squash - and that has turned out well for the University and for Harris.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Hamilton

4/6/2006

The Yellowjackets won a tight one in the opener, then exploded with the bats in the nitecap as Rochester swept a softball doubleheader from Hamilton College on Tuesday.[read more]



Fisher Edges Rochester in 10

4/6/2006

St. John Fisher broke a 6-6 tie in the top of the 10th with a pair of runs to defeat the Yellowjackets, 8-6, in baseball at Towers Field on Thursday. [read more]



Fifteen Named NFHCA Scholars

4/5/2006

Fifteen players have been named to the Division III National Academic Squad by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association[read more]



Three All-UAA in Baseball

4/5/2006

Rochester had three All-UAA honorees in baseball, including the Association's Rookie of the Year.[read more]



Baseball Splits With Saints

4/2/2006

Baseball posted an 8-3 victory in the nitecap to earn a split of a twinbill against St. Lawrence at Towers Field on Sunday.[read more]



Tennis Sweeps Springfield

4/2/2006

The men's tennis team won all six singles matches and two of three doubles to defeat Springfield College, 7-0, on Sunday.[read more]



Golf Third in Spring Opener

4/2/2006

Rochester finished third out of eight schools at the Peter Rossin Memorial hosted by Washington & Jefferson College in Cannonsburg, PA.[read more]



Lacrosse Outscores Oneonta

4/1/2006

With three players combining for 12 goals, the women's lacrosse team defeated SUNY Oneonta, 15-11, at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Saturday.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Saints

4/1/2006

Rochester totaled 24 runs and 24 hits in a sweep of St. Lawrence in Liberty League play on Saturday. The Yellowjackets won game one, 13-6, and game two, 11-3.[read more]



Women 6th of 8 at Ohio U

4/1/2006

Rochester started the 2006 women’s outdoor track and field season successfully with a sixth place finish at the Ohio University Invitational.[read more]



Men Are Fourth in Ohio

4/1/2006

The men’s outdoor track and field team kept its momentum on Saturday and finished in fourth place overall at the Ohio University Invitational.[read more]



Men Now 11-4 in Tennis

4/1/2006

The men's tennis team improved to 11-4 this season with a 4-3 victory at Wesleyan University on Saturday.[read more]



Softball Rallies vs. Medaille

3/31/2006

The Yellowjakets rallied to score four runs in the bottom of the seventh in the first game and earned a split of a doubleheader vs. Medaille College.[read more]



Men Win Twice at Ohio U.

3/31/2006

Kevin McGettrick and Mike Burgstrom won individual events at the Ohio University Invitational for outdoor track and field teams.[read more]



Women 5th at Ohio U. Invite

3/31/2006

The women's outdoor track and field team is fifth after the first day of competition at the Ohio University Invitational.[read more]



Softball Swept by Fisher

3/30/2006

Rochester was nipped in the nitecap, 3-2, by St. John Fisher in the home opener Thurday to give the visitors a sweep of the doubleheader.[read more]



Geneseo Edges W. Lax

3/29/2006

Visiting Geneseo scored two goals in the final 1:36 to snap a 9-9 tie and post an 11-9 victory over the Yellowjackets in women's lacrosse.[read more]



Softball Splits at Brockport

3/28/2006

Rochester posted a 6-2 victory in the nitecap to earn a split of a doubleheader at SUNY Brockport on Tuesday.[read more]



Baseball Falls at Brockport

3/28/2006

The Yellowjackets dropped a 5-1 non-conference decision at SUNY Brockport on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Four Reap All-UAA Softball Honors

3/27/2006

Four University of Rochester players – including the UAA’s Rookie of the Year – have earned All-Association honors in softball from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



High-Scoring Softball Split

3/26/2006

Rochester split a pair of high-scoring softball battles at Kean University on Sunday. The Yellowjackets came back to win game two, 10-8.[read more]



Veenema 3-Hits Skidmore

3/26/2006

Freshman Blair Veenema tossed a three-hit shutout in game one and Skidmore’s bats erupted in game two as the Yellowjackets split a Liberty League baseball twinbill on Sunday[read more]



Lax Sweeps North Country!

3/25/2006

The women's lacrosse team posted victories over Clarkson and St. Lawrence this weekend for a very successful opening to the Liberty League season.[read more]



Softball Splits at TCNJ

3/25/2006

Pitching dominated on both sides as the softball team split a doubleheader against The College of New Jersey on Saturday at Princeton, NJ.[read more]



Baseball Splits at Skidmore

3/25/2006

Rochester's bats broke out in a big way in the second game of a doubleheader at Skidmore as the Yellowjackets split their Liberty League-opening twinbill.[read more]



TCNJ Tops W. Tennis

3/25/2006

Rochester won at first and third doubles, but visiting TCNJ won all the others as The College of New Jersey defeated the Yellowjackets, 7-2, in women’s tennis.[read more]



Men Rally Past TCNJ

3/25/2006

The men’s tennis team rallied for a 4-3 victory over The College of New Jersey by winning the first four singles positions.[read more]



Lax Heads For Clarkson

3/24/2006

The women's lacrosse team opens its 2006 Liberty League season this weekend when the Yellowjackets head for the North Country.[read more]



Netmen Top Nazareth 7-0

3/24/2006

The men's tennis team improved to 7-4 with its second consecutive win, a 7-0 victory over Nazareth College on Thursday at the Goergen Center courts.[read more]



Graham 2nd Team ECAC

3/23/2006

Senior guard Jessie Graham has been named Second Team All-ECAC Upstate New York.[read more]



Three Honors for Onyiriuka

3/23/2006

Sophomore forward Jon Onyiriuka has earned three post-season honors for his skills on the basketball court this year.[read more]



Men Top Hobart in Tennis

3/21/2006

Rochester won five of the six singles matches and all three doubles pairings to defeat Hobart College, 6-1.[read more]



W. Lax Nipped in 3 OTs

3/21/2006

Freshman Lindsay Dakin continued her red-hot scoring pace with five goals, but the Yellowjackets were edged, 11-10, by SUNY Brockport.[read more]



Tough Loss on Diamond

3/18/2006

The Yellowjackets came within two innings of stunning Emory University and turning the UAA baseball championships into a tie.[read more]



Softball Blanks Brandeis

3/18/2006

The Yellowjacket softball team posted an 8-0 victory over Brandeis University on Saturday and finished third at the UAA championships.[read more]



Unearned Runs Hurt Jackets

3/17/2006

Brandeis University scored six unearned runs in the top of the sixth to post a 10-3 victory over the Yellowjackets at the UAA baseball championships.[read more]



Women Defeat Chapman

3/17/2006

With victories in five of the six singles matches, the women's tennis team defeated Chapman University, 6-3, on Thursday afternoon to even its spring record at 2-2.[read more]



Men Split Top 25 Matches

3/17/2006

Rochester's men lost, 5-2, to 24th-ranked Chapman University one day after defeating 15th-ranked California Lutheran University.[read more]



Bears Top 'Jackets

3/17/2006

The Yellowjackets dropped a 9-3 decision to Washington University at the UAA baseball championships on Friday.[read more]



HR Keys Win Over Case

3/17/2006

Megan Winn had a run-scoring single and Kristen DeCarlo socked a two-run home run as the Yellowjackets defeated Case, 3-1, in the UAA softball championships.[read more]



Six-Run 6th Fuels Softball

3/16/2006

Rochester broke out for six runs in the bottom of the sixth to defeat Brandeis, then had another rally short-circuited by seventh ranked Washington (MO) in the UAA softball championships in Florida.[read more]



Netmen Look to Halt Streak

3/15/2006

After reeling off five consecutive wins, the men’s tennis team has hit a bit of a snag. [read more]



Softball Rally Just Short

3/15/2006

Held to just one hit through six innings, the Yellowjacket softball team rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh before falling, 5-3, to 11th-ranked Emory University.[read more]



Cortland Upends W. Lax

3/15/2006

SUNY Cortland, ranked number seven in the current Division III coaches poll, defeated Rochester, 15-8, in the women's lacrosse opener for both teams in Florida.[read more]



Softball Splits in UAAs

3/14/2006

Rochester rebounded from a 7-0 loss to Washington for a 3-0 win over Case in the first two games of the UAA Championships.[read more]



Tough UAA Start for Baseball

3/14/2006

Defending UAA champion Washington defeated Rochester, 14-2, in the opening game of the UAA Championships for the Yellowjackets.[read more]



Baseball Splits with St. Joe's

3/13/2006

With freshman Blair Veenema spinning a seven-hitter in the nitecap, Rochester split a doubleheader in baseball with St. Joseph’s College of Maine late on Sunday.[read more]



Softball Opens With Sweep

3/12/2006

Rochester opened the 2006 softball season by sweeping Ripon (WI) College in a doubleheader late on Saturday evening.[read more]



Bango A Regional All-American

3/12/2006

Junior guard Emily Bango has been named a Regional All-American in voting done by members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.[read more]



Women Edged by Scranton

3/10/2006

Jessie Graham and Helen Baroody led a torrid late-game rally before Rochester fell just short in a 66-63 loss to the University of Scranton in the NCAA Division III Sweet 16.[read more]



Baseball 'Raring To Go

3/9/2006

When he looks at his squad, Rochester baseball coach Joe Reina loves the competitive fire.[read more]



Plenty of Depth for W. Lax

3/9/2006

Improved depth will be a key to success for the women's lacrosse team in 2006.[read more]



Men Go to 5-0 in Tennis

3/8/2006

Rochester’s men rolled to their second win in the last three days with a 6-1 triumph over visiting LeMoyne College at the Goergen Center courts.[read more]



Women Snare First Win

3/8/2006

The women’s tennis team rolled to its first win of the spring campaign when the Yellowjackets defeated visiting LeMoyne College, 8-1.[read more]



There's A Buzz About Softball in 2006

3/7/2006

There are plenty of reasons for Michelle Burrell to be excited about the opening of the 2006 softball campaign.[read more]



Men Top Vassar in Tennis

3/5/2006

The men's tennis team, ranked No. 27 nationally, defeated visiting Vassar College, 6-1, at the Goergen Center courts on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Men End 19th at ECACs

3/5/2006

The men's indoor track and field team finished tied for 19th place out of 44 teams at the ECAC Championships hosted by Ursinus College.[read more]



Women Are 7th at ECACs!

3/5/2006

With three individuals finishing in the top five, the women's indoor track and field team wound up in seventh place out of 38 teams at the ECAC Championships being hosted by Ursinus College.[read more]



Women Off to Scranton!

3/5/2006

If the women's basketball team is going to advance in the NCAA Division III playoffs, they will have to beat the nation's second-ranked team on the road.[read more]



Record-Breaking Night for Graham

3/4/2006

With senior guard Jessie Graham hitting an NCAA record nine three-pointers, Rochester moved into the NCAA Division III Sweet 16.[read more]



Women Outscore Cortland in NCAAs

3/3/2006

Rochester's women moved into the East Regional final against Medaille with balanced scoring in an 83-65 win over SUNY Cortland at the Palestra Friday night.[read more]



Men 16th at ECAC Track

3/3/2006

With the bulk of the events to come on Saturday, the men’s indoor track and field team stood in 16th place out of 25 teams at the ECAC Championships being hosted at Ursinus College.[read more]



Women 6th at ECAC Track

3/3/2006

Thanks to a pair of strong finishes in the pentathlon, the women’s indoor track and field team standings in sixth place at the ECAC Championships being hosted by Ursinus College.[read more]



Watch NCAA Game Live Here

3/2/2006

Tune in Friday at 7 pm for a Live Video broadcast of the first round NCAA playoff game between Rochester and SUNY Cortland.[read more]



Four All-UAA in W. Hoops

2/28/2006

Team captains Jessie Graham, Danielle Muller, and Emily Bangohave earned All-UAA honors in basketball along with freshman Alex Porter. [read more]



Four Are All-UAA in M. Hoops

2/28/2006

Four Rochester men have earned All-UAA honors in basketball in balloting conducted by the head coaches in the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Women Host NCAA Regional

2/27/2006

The women's basketball team will host a four-team regional in the NCAA Division III Championships on Friday and Saturday, March 3-4.[read more]



Women Top Carnegie, 66-41

2/25/2006

Using razor-sharp foul shooting and a tough defense, the women's basketball team defeated Carnegie Mellon University, 66-41, in the regular season finale for both teams.[read more]



Men Fall to CMU in Finale

2/25/2006

Carnegie Mellon University clinched its first UAA men's basketball championship by defeating Rochester, 78-68.[read more]



Women 8th at States

2/25/2006

The women's indoor track and field team finished in eighth place overall at the New York State Track and Field Championships at RIT.[read more]



Men Blaze to 3rd at States

2/25/2006

Spurred on by two individual championships plus a relay win, the men's indoor track and field team placed a strong third at the New York State Track and Field Champi[read more]



Women 8th on Day 1 of States

2/24/2006

The women's track and field team is eighth in overall points through seven events and the first day of competition at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at RIT.[read more]



Men's 4x200 Wins States!

2/24/2006

Fueled by a victory by its 4x200 relay team, the men's indoor track and field team stood in fifth place overall after the first day of competition at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championships being hosted by RIT.[read more]



Squash Wins Nationals Again

2/20/2006

Rochester repeated as the Conroy Division champion at the Collegiate Squash Association team championships held at Princeton University over the weekend.[read more]



Hot First Half Fuels Emory Men

2/19/2006

Host Emory University shot a blistering 59% from the floor in the first half and that sparked the Eagles to a 78-66 victory over the Yellowjackets in men's basketball.[read more]



Graham Sets 3-Pt. Mark in Win

2/19/2006

Senior guard Jessie Graham broke a career three-point shooting record and tied a single-game mark to lead the University of Rochester to a 62-50 victory over Emory University.[read more]



Gurecki Makes NCAA B List

2/19/2006

Cynthia Gurecki provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III Championships in the weight throw with her performance at Cornell University. [read more]



Tierney Wins 200 at Cornell

2/19/2006

Matt Tierney won the 200 meter dash and finished third in the 500 meter run to spark the men’s indoor track and field team at Cornell University on Saturday.[read more]



Shot Put Win Aids Lange

2/19/2006

Senior Andrew Lange won the shot put at the New York State pentathlon and that carried him to a seventh place finish overall.[read more]



Two in Top 10 at Pentathlon

2/19/2006

Jamie Landry finished fourth overall and Whitney Silkworth was 10th at the New York State penathlon contested at Ithaca College.[read more]



Squash Advances in CSAs

2/18/2006

Rochester moved into the semifinals of the Collegiate Squash Association team championships by defeating Haverford College, 6-3.[read more]



Ice Cold Half for Women

2/17/2006

The women's basketball team got off to a slow start on Friday and wound up being upended by Case, 66-55, on Friday night.[read more]



Case's Rally Defeats Men

2/17/2006

Case Western Reserve rallied in the second half to defeat the men's basketball team, 51-43.[read more]



Maki Breaks 1,650 Record

2/14/2006

Freshman Bruce Maki broke a 20-year-old school record in the 1,650 freestyle at the UAA Championships last week.[read more]



Women Break 4 Swim Marks

2/14/2006

Three women combined to break four swimming school records for Rochester at the UAA Championships last weekend.[read more]



Women End 5th at UAAs

2/13/2006

The women's swimming and diving team finished in fifth place at the University Athletic Association swimming and diving championships hosted by Emory University.[read more]



Men 7th at UAA Champs

2/13/2006

The men's swimming and diving team finished in seventh place overall at the University Athletic Association championships hosted by Emory University.[read more]



Garnish Grant to Aid Recruiting

2/13/2006

The University of Rochester is pleased to announce the establishment of an endowed fund through the Friends of Rochester Athletics to support coaches in recruiting efforts.[read more]



Lots of Qualifiers at BU Meet

2/13/2006

Men's indoor track and field had a number of ECAC-qualifying performances as well as season bests and personal records competing at the Valentine’s Day Relays at Boston University.[read more]



Women Rally Past NYU

2/12/2006

The women's basketball team put together a strong seconad half and rallied to defeat 14th-ranked NYU at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Top NYU; Stay in UAA Hunt

2/12/2006

Balanced scoring and a strong defense helped the men's basketball team defeat NYU and move within a game of first place in the UAA standings.[read more]



Joyce Breaks 200 Free Record

2/11/2006

Junior Kari Joyce broke an 11-year-old school record in the 200 yard freestyle at the University Athletic Association championships at Emory University.[read more]



Coastal Storm Cancels Squash

2/11/2006

The Yellowjacket squash team will not play at Franklin & Marshall College on the February 11-12 weekend due to the weather.[read more]



Women Run in BU Relays

2/11/2006

The women's indoor track and field team had competitors in eight running events at the Valentine's Day Relays conducted at Boston University.[read more]



Brandeis Rallies Past Women

2/10/2006

Brandeis University was red-hot in the second half and rallied to defeat the women's basketball team in the Palesta.[read more]



Sophs Star in Men's Hoop Win

2/10/2006

Jeff Juron and Jon Onyiriuka combined for eight points in the final 1:12 as the men's basketball team held off visiting Brandeis, 71-62, at the Palestra.[read more]



Matt 7th in 200 Free at UAAs

2/10/2006

Junior Craig Matt finished in seventh place in the 200 freestyle for the men's swimming and diving team at the University Athletic Association championships at Emory.[read more]



Women Fifth at UAAs on Day One

2/9/2006

The women's swimming and diving team stood in fifth place after the first day of the University Atheltic Association Swimming and Diving Championships.[read more]



Men 7th on Day One of UAAs

2/9/2006

The men's swimming and diving team was seventh after the first day of competition at the University Athletic Association championships at Emory University.[read more]



Squash Defeats Hobart, 7-2

2/9/2006

The Yellowjacket squash team closed out its home season in style with a 7-2 victory over Hobart College at the Peter Lyman Squash Courts in the Goergen Athletic Center.[read more]



Bear Rally Tops Women, 66-62

2/5/2006

Thrid-ranked Washington rallied in the second half to defeat the Yellowjackets at the Palestrfa, 66-62 on Sunday.[read more]



Men Use Balance to Top Bears

2/5/2006

Tim Brackney scored 10 points in less than 2:30 to fuel a key second half surge as the men's basketball team defeated visiting Washington, 67-55, at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Do Well at RIT Invite

2/4/2006

The women’s track and field team showed some solid performances in a limited appearance at the RIT Invitational on Friday.[read more]



Men Win 2 Events at RIT

2/4/2006

Rochester had two outright champions and a number of runnerup performances at the RIT track and field indoor invitational on Friday[read more]



Squash Rolls Past Northeastern

2/4/2006

The Yellowjacket squash team earned its first home win of the season with an 8-1 triumph over Northeastern University.[read more]



Men Defend and beat Chicago

2/3/2006

Balanced scoring and a strong defensive effort carried the men's basketball team to a 60-49 victory over visiting Chicago at the Louis Alexander Palestra[read more]



Two Career Highs Lead Women

2/3/2006

Jessica Waddell and Emily Lyons combined for 34 points, 17 rebounds, and five blocked shots to lead the women's basketball team to a 68-59 victory over visiting Chicago at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Navy Blanks Squash, 9-0

2/3/2006

Navy improved to 16-5 overall with a 9-0 win in squash over the Yellowjackets on Friday evening on the Peter Lyman Courts.[read more]



Squash Falls to Hamilton

2/1/2006

The Yellowjacket squash team opened its home season on Wednesday night with a 7-2 loss to 23rd-ranked Hamilton College at the Peter Lyman Squash Center.[read more]



Red-Hot Maroons Defeat Men

1/29/2006

Host Chicago shot a blistering 65 percent from the field and went on to a 76-47 victory over the Yellowjackets in men's basketball on Sunday.[read more]



Frosh Key Win Over Chicago

1/29/2006

With freshmen Julie Marriott, Alex Porter, and Helen Baroody making a series of big plays, the women's basketball team defeated Chicago, 66-57.[read more]



Women Fall to Buffalo, 7-0

1/29/2006

The women's tennis team lost its opening round match of the season, 7-0, to Division I University of Buffalo on Sunday.[read more]



Women Fourth at SLU Invite

1/28/2006

With two relays finishing in the top four and a number of other individuals scoring points, the women’s indoor track and field team wound up a strong fourth out of eight teams at the St. Lawrence Invitational[read more]



Multi Scorers Aid Men's Track

1/28/2006

By scoring points in 13 of 18 possible events, the men’s indoor track and field team produced a strong third place finish at the St. Lawrence Invitational[read more]



Women Top Ithaca in Finale

1/28/2006

Danielle Scherry, Kari Joyce, and Patricia McHale were all double winners as the women's swimming and diving team defeated Ithaca, 128-115.[read more]



Men Roll Past Ithaca in Pool

1/28/2006

With Craig Craig Matt, Zach Freed, and Ted Elton all winning two events apiece, the men's swimming and diving team rolled to a 138-93 win over Ithaca.[read more]



Women Fall at Washington

1/27/2006

The women's basketball team had an ice-cold shooting night and lost to third-ranked Washington (MO), 73-49, at the WU Field House.[read more]



Men's Rally Is Just Short

1/27/2006

The men's basketball team cut a 17-point second half deficit down to three before Washington University prevailed, 67-62, at the WU Field House.[read more]



McHale Qualifies on 1M Board

1/25/2006

Senior diver Patricia McHale provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III National Championships for the second time this season as the Yellowjackets went on to a 152-88 victory over visiting William Smith College.[read more]



Micklos Drafted Third Overall!

1/24/2006

Senior forward Nate Micklos was drafted third overall by the Virginia Beach Mariners of the United Soccer League First Division on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Squash Team Earns First Win

1/24/2006

The Yellowjacket squash team picked up its first victory of the season with a 5-4 win over Wesleyan University in a multi-team competition at Yale University last weekend.[read more]



Men Gain 4 ECAC Qualifiers

1/22/2006

Three individuals and one relay bettered the ECAC qualification standard for the men’s indoor track and field team Saturday at the RIT Invitational.[read more]



Personal Bests Dominate

1/22/2006

The women’s indoor track and field team produced a number of personal bests and several ECAC qualifying performances in the RIT Invitational.[read more]



Men Hold Off Case, 53-50

1/22/2006

Jeff Juron scored four points and Jon Onyiriuka had two in the closing minute as the men's basketball team held off Case, 53-50, at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Win 5th Straight

1/22/2006

Danielle Muller scored a career high 25 points and Jessie Graham added 11 more as the women's basketball team defeated Case, 73-55, at the Palestra.[read more]



Joyce, Scherry Are Double Winners

1/21/2006

Danielle Scherry and Kari Joyce were double winners for the women’s swimming and diving team against Case and Fredonia in a four team meet at Fredonia.[read more]



Maki Wins Three For Men

1/21/2006

Bruce Maki won three individual events and Ted Elton was first on both boards as the men’s swimming and diving team competed against two other teams in a four-team meet at SUNY Fredonia.[read more]



Qualifiers Prevail for M. Track

1/20/2006

One athlete qualified automatically and two others came extremely close among the results accumulated by the men’s indoor track and field team at the Snowflake Invitational in the Goergen Center Fieldhouse.[read more]



Men Defeat Emory, 69-46

1/20/2006

The men's basketball team defeated Emory, 69-46, to even its UAA record at 2-2 and improved to 11-4 overall.[read more]



Women in 4-Way Tie for First

1/20/2006

Thanks to a 23-point homecourt win and some road wins in the midwest, the women's basketball team is in a four-way tie for first place.[read more]



Record Setters Lead W. Track

1/19/2006

The women's indoor track and field team broke school records in the 3,000 meter racewalk and the sprint medley relay in a home meet on January 14.[read more]



Women Win Chase Title

1/14/2006

Freshmen Helen Baroody and Alex Porter combined for 33 points to lead the women's basketball team to a 75-58 victory over St. John Fisher College and the championship of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Fisher Tops Men for Chase Title

1/14/2006

The men's basketball team finished second at the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament as St. John Fisher posted a 59-50 victory.[read more]



Men Reach Chase Final

1/13/2006

The Rochester men moved into the championship game of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament by defeating third-seeded Roberts Wesleyan College, 86-61, at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Women Reach Chase Final

1/12/2006

The women's basketball team will play for the JPMorgan Chase Tournament championship on Saturday night after defeating SUNY Geneseo, 78-35, in a semifinal at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Three Men On Chase 40 Yr. Team

1/11/2006

Three of the best big men to wear Yellowjacket uniforms have been selected to the 40th anniversary All-Tournament Team for the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Men Beat Naz to Advance

1/11/2006

The men's basketball team held off the challenge of seventh-seeded Nazareth College and defeated the Golden Flyers, 72-63, at Kidera Gymnasium in the quarterfinals of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Women Advance to Semis

1/10/2006

The women's basketball team upheld its top seeding and advanced to the semifinals of the JPMorgan Chase Tournament wtih an 81-46 victory over Keuka College.[read more]



Brandeis Rallies to Nip Women

1/8/2006

Rochester built a nine-point lead over second-ranked Brandeis before the Judges staged a late rally.[read more]



Onyiriuka Powers Men

1/8/2006

Led by a career high 24 points from Jon Onyiriuka, the men's basketball team defeated Brandeis, 48-47, on Sunday.[read more]



Women Earn Chase #1 Seed

1/8/2006

The women's basketball team is seeded first in this week's JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Basketball Tournament.[read more]



Men Are #2 Seed in Chase

1/8/2006

The men's basketball team is seeded second for this week's JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Basketball Tournament.[read more]



Women Win at NYU!

1/6/2006

The women's basketball team posted one of its most impressive victories by defeating New York University, 57-46, in lower Manhattan on Friday night.[read more]



Big Second Half Fuels NYU

1/6/2006

NYU used a 16-1 run to start the second half and went on to a 68-50 win over the Yellowjackets in men's basketball on Friday night.[read more]



Women Roll Past RIT

1/3/2006

The women's basketball team used a strong defensive presence and a fast break to defeat RIT, 79-47, on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Men Outshoot, Outboard RIT

1/3/2006

A sharp shooting performance and a commanding presence on the backboards helped the men's basketball team defeat RIT, 87-45, on Tuesday night.[read more]



Strong Fall Season for Golf

12/20/2005

A strong fall season on the links has put Rochester among the Top 25 Division III schools according to Golfstat.[read more]



Winter Softball Clinic Set

12/19/2005

Registrations are now being accepted for a University of Rochester softball clinic to be held in mid-January on the River Campus.[read more]



Two Honored by UAA

12/13/2005

The University Athletic Association has named Patricia McHale as its Diver of the Week and Michele Gruen as its Women's Swimmer of the Week.[read more]



Matt Honored by UAA

12/13/2005

Junior Craig Matt has been named the Men's Swimmer of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Maki Sets School Mark

12/10/2005

Freshman Bruce Maki broke the Rochester school record in the 1,000-yard freestyle with a clocking of 10:02.26.[read more]



McHale Breaks Two Dive Records!

12/10/2005

Senior Patricia McHale broke two school diving records and provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III National Championships in the process.[read more]



Women Lose After Cold Start

12/9/2005

The women's basketball team had an ice-cold start against Union College and lost, 60-58, in Schenectady.[read more]



Van Vechten Is Named First Team All-America!

12/8/2005

Sophomore Ashley Van Vechten has been named a First Team All-American in women's soccer.[read more]



Stom and Micklos Earn All-America Honors!

12/8/2005

Gary Stom and Nate Micklos were quite a duo on the field. Off the field, too. They have both been named All-Americans.[read more]



'D' Stands Tall in Men's Win

12/7/2005

Rochester held Hobart to 29 percent shooting from the field in a 64-45 victory that closed the first semester portion of the schedule.[read more]



Johnson Top RACA VB Player

12/6/2005

Junior outside hitter Susan Johnson has been selected as the Women's Volleyball Player of the Year by Rochester Area College Athletics[read more]



Micklos Repeats RACA Top Honor

12/6/2005

Senior forward Nate Micklos has been selected as the Men's Soccer Player of the Year by Rochester Area College Athletics for the third straight year.[read more]



Walsh Top Women's RACA Player

12/6/2005

Junior forward Mary Walsh has been selected as the Women's Soccer Player of the Year by Rochester Area College Athletics.[read more]



Women Roll Past Herons

12/6/2005

A big second half helped the women's basketball team to defeat William Smith College, 74-61, on Tuesday night and claim its fifth straight victory.[read more]



Good Opener for W. Track

12/5/2005

The women’s indoor track and field team got off to a very good start for the 2005-06 season in a four-team meet at the Goergen Athletic Center fieldhouse.[read more]



Good Start for Men's Track

12/4/2005

The opening meet of the men’s indoor track and field season gave the Yellowjacket team and supporters an opportunity to see how the veterans had advanced and how the newcomers could contribute.[read more]



Men A Strong Third at LL Champs

12/3/2005

The men’s swimming and diving team finsihed a strong third overall at the Liberty League swimming and diving championships at RPI.[read more]



Joyce Is LL Swimmer of Meet!

12/3/2005

Junior Kari Joyce, who set two Liberty League records and won three events overall, was named the Liberty League Women's Swimmer of the Meet.[read more]



Tartans Nip 'Jackets, 72-71

12/3/2005

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Defenders Shine for Women

12/3/2005

Rochester shook off a chilly start, then used its defense to earn a 59-46 victory over visiting Carnegie Mellon University in the UAA opener for both schools.[read more]



Zappia Named A First Team Academic All-American!

12/1/2005

Junior lineman Nick Zappia has been named a First Team Academic All-American in football.[read more]



Trio Earn All-Region FH Honors

11/30/2005

Celinda Fletcher, Rachel Cahan, and Heidi Davies have been selected to the All-North Atlantic Region team by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.[read more]



Cagers Squeeze By Saints

11/30/2005

Uche Ndubizu and Jon Onyiriuka combined for 27 points and scored crucial points down the stretch as the men's basketball team defeated St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Women Outscore Elmira

11/29/2005

The Yellowjackets set one long distance shooting record and tied another in a 91-48 victory over Elmira College at the Palestra on Tuesday night.[read more]



Men Roll Past JCU

11/27/2005

Rochester claimed one of its most impressive victories in recent years with a 91-61 victory over 16th-ranked John Carroll University.[read more]



Women Top Hartwick, 87-50; Improve to 3-1

11/27/2005

Jessie Graham and Alex Porter combined for 28 points to lead the women's basketball team to an 87-50 victory over Hartwick College on Sunday.[read more]



Men Beat ECSU; Will Face #16 John Carroll

11/26/2005

The men's basketball team defeated Eastern Connecticut State, 79-54, to earn a matchup with #16 John Carroll in the Holiday Inn Airport Invitational Tournament at the Palestra.[read more]



Micklos, Goico Honored by CoSIDA

11/22/2005

Nate Micklos was named the Academic All-American of the Year and Jeremy Goico was named a Second Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Women Down Ithaca, 74-55

11/22/2005

Balanced scoring and a strong rebounding presence helped the women's basketball teamearn a 74-55 victory over visiting Ithaca College at the Louis Alexander Palestra.[read more]



Men Win at Nazareth

11/22/2005

Sophomore Uche Ndubizu scored 17 points and grabbed a game-high nine rebounds to lead the men’s basketball team to a 64-58 victory over Nazareth College[read more]



Oneonta Blanks W. Soccer

11/20/2005

Rochester was shut out in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III National Tournament when host SUNY Oneonta defeated the Yellowjackets, 3-0.[read more]



Women Top Judges in Pool

11/20/2005

The women's swimming and diving team improved to 4-2 in dual meets this year with a 160-138 victory over visiting Brandeis University in the Goergen Center pool on Saturday.[read more]



Elton Smashes 3M Record

11/20/2005

Ted Elton has enjoyed a great deal of success on both the one and three meter boards. He turned in what may be his best-ever performance on Saturday.[read more]



Stevens 43rd at NCAAs

11/20/2005

Sophomore Mark Stevens wrapped up the men's cross country season by finishing in the top 25 percent of the field at the NCAA Division III National Championships on Saturday.[read more]



Women Lose Resler Final

11/19/2005

Visiting Baldwin Wallace College used a 16-0 second half run to take command and win the Chuck Resler Tournament at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Nipped For Resler Title

11/19/2005

Wittenberg held off the Yellowjackets to win the Chuck Resler Tournament at the Palestra on Saturday night.[read more]



Men Top Alfred; Gain Resler Final

11/18/2005

Jeff Juron and Uche Ndubizu scored 11 points apiece to lead the men’s basketball team into the championship game of the Chuck Resler Invitational at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Top SLU; Reach Resler Final

11/18/2005

Spurred on by a rally from the freshman class, the women’s basketball team defeated St. Lawrence University, 61-47, in the semifinals of the Chuck Resler Invitational at the Palestra.[read more]



WBB Squad Has Youth and Talent

11/17/2005

As he enters his seventh season on the River Campus sidelines, Rochester head coach Jim Scheible expresses guarded optimism for the coming season.[read more]



Time Will Tell How Men Do

11/17/2005

Expectations come in all shapes and sizes. From every angle, too. The person best prepared to discuss expectations is Rochester head coach Mike Neer.[read more]



Six Earn LL Honors on Gridiron

11/15/2005

Six student-athletes at the University of Rochester have earned all-league honors in football from the Liberty League in balloting conducted among the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Women Advance on PKs

11/13/2005

The women's soccer team has advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Championships after earning a shootout victory over Union College.[read more]



Stevens Qualifies for NCAAs!

11/12/2005

Sophomore Mark Stevens qualified for the NCAA Division III Championships next weekend by finishing fourth at the NCAA Atlantic Regional in Genesee Valley Park on Saturday.[read more]



Women Fourth at XC Regionals

11/12/2005

Rochester turned in a strong performance in the season's biggest meet- the NCAA Atlantic Regional Championships at Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Hobart Tops Gridders, 42-25

11/12/2005

Doug Blakowski ran 74 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage to spur visiting Hobart College to a 42-25 victory over the University of Rochester at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Edge Herons in NCAAs

11/12/2005

Rochester defeated William Smith, 1-0, in the first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs on Saturday afternoon at Union College.[read more]



Saints Upend M. Soccer in NCAAs

11/12/2005

Steve Watson set up the tying goal, then scored the clincher as St. Lawrence University defeated the University of Rochester, 3-1, in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs at West Irondequoit High School.[read more]



Spikers Win ECAC Crown!

11/12/2005

Rochester defeated Russell Sage and SUNY New Paltz to win the ECAC Upstate New York women's volleyball championship.[read more]



Union Edges W. Swimming

11/12/2005

Rochester turned in a number of solid performances on Saturday in a dual meet loss at Union College.[read more]



UR Men Nipped by Union

11/12/2005

The Yellowjacket men's swimming and diving team put up a strong performance against Union College in a dual meet in Schenectady on Saturday.[read more]



Seven Earn All-UAA Soccer Honors

11/11/2005

Seven men’s soccer players have been named to the All-University Athletic Association team in balloting conducted by the association’s head coaches.[read more]



Women Defeat SLU, Now 3-1

11/11/2005

The women's swimming and diving team improved to 3-1 in dual meets with a 129-112 victory over St. Lawrence University in Canton on Friday night.[read more]



Men Roll Past Saints in Pool

11/11/2005

The men's swimming and diving team evened its record at 2-2 with a 152-81 victory over St. Lawrence University in Canton on Friday night.[read more]



Johnson an All-American!

11/11/2005

Junior outside hitter Susan Johnson has earned All-America honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association.[read more]



'Jackets Have Top Women's Staff

11/10/2005

For leading the Yellowjackets to the University Athletic Association championship, the Rochester women's soccer coaches have been named the Coaching Staff of the Year in the UAA.[read more]



Six Earn All-UAA W. Soccer Honors

11/10/2005

Six women's soccer players have been named to the All-Association team of the University Athletic Association in balloting conducted by the Association's head coaches.[read more]



Johnson All-UAA in VB

11/10/2005

Susan Johnson has earned All-UAA honors in volleyball for the second consecutive year.[read more]



Three Named All-NY State

11/9/2005

Celinda Fletcher, Rachel Cahan, and Heidi Davies have been named to the All-New York State field hockey team in balloting of the State Association's head coaches.[read more]



Johnson Named All-Region in VB

11/9/2005

Junior outside hitter Susan Johnson has been named All-New York Region by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.[read more]



Men Will Face St. Lawrence

11/7/2005

Rochester's road in the NCAA soccer playoffs begins with a second round match against longtime power St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Women To Play William Smith

11/7/2005

The two winningest coaches in Division III women's soccer will meet this Saturday when Rochester plays William Smith in the opening round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.[read more]



V-Ball Top Seed in ECACs

11/7/2005

The women's volleyball team has been named the top seed for the ECAC Upstate New York Championships at Elmira College this weekend.[read more]



Men's XC To Host NCAA Atlantic Regional Run

11/6/2005

The University of Rochester will host the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional Cross Country Championships for men and women on Saturday, November 12, 2005.[read more]



Women's XC To Host NCAA Atlantic Regional Run

11/6/2005

The University of Rochester will host the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional Cross Country Championships for men and women on Saturday, November 12, 2005.[read more]



Spikers 5th At UAAs

11/5/2005

The women's volleyball team defeated Case Western Reserve, 3-0, on Saturday afternoon to finish fifth at the UAA Championships.[read more]



Men Beat Case, Go To 16-0

11/5/2005

Patrick Ripp scored twice in a five-minute span as the men’s soccer team capped off an unbeaten-untied regular season with a 4-1 victory over Case Western Reserve University.[read more]



Women Win the UAA!

11/5/2005

Rochester defeated Case Western Reserve, 1-0, to win the UAA title and an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III playoffs.[read more]



Men Blaze to 2nd at States

11/5/2005

With four runners in the top 16 finishers, the men's cross country team ran to a second place finish at the New York State Championships.[read more]



Women Run 5th at States

11/5/2005

The women's cross country team placed four runners in the top 36 finishers and finished fifth out of 17 teams at the New York State Championships.[read more]



Gridders Drop A Tough One

11/5/2005

High-scoring RPI erupted for three touchdowns in the final period to rally for a 20-14 victory over Rochester.[read more]



Women Edged by Geneseo

11/5/2005

The women's swimming and diving team was edged by SUNY Geneseo, 157-141, on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Men Battle Geneseo Well

11/5/2005

Spurred on by a triple winner and a double winner, the men's swimming and diving team put on a good display in a 171-117 loss to SUNY Geneseo on Saturday.[read more]



Skidmore Edges UR, 3-2 in LL

11/4/2005

The Yellowjacket field hockey team lost, 3-2, to 13th-ranked Skidmore College in the semifinals of the Liberty League Championships at William Smith College on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Four Reap Liberty Lg. Honors

11/3/2005

Four Rochester players have been named to the All-Liberty League team in field hockey in balloting of the league’s head coaches.[read more]



Live Stats For FH Playoff

11/3/2005

Rochester fans can follow Friday's Liberty League match live over the web courtesy of Hobart/William Smith College.[read more]



Two Earn All-NYS VB Honors

11/2/2005

Susan Johnson and Sam Carr have been named All-New York State in women's volleyball.[read more]



UAA Honors 2 for M. Soccer

11/2/2005

Seniors Jeremy Goico and Nate Micklos earned Player of the Week honors from the UAA this week. [read more]



RPI Game Site Is Changed

11/2/2005

Saturday's football game at RPI will be played at Harkness Field with RPI's regular game field ('86 Field) deemed unplayable.[read more]



Men Clinch UAA Title!

10/30/2005

Rochester defeated Carnegie Mellon University, 2-1, at Fauver Stadium on Sunday afternoon to clinch the UAA title and the automatic NCAA playoff ticket that goes with it.[read more]



Women Beat CMU in OT!

10/30/2005

Mary Walsh scored with 3:30 left in the first sudden death overtime period to give the women's soccer team a dramatic 2-1 victory over Carnegie Mellon University at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Women Tie for 7th at States

10/30/2005

The women's volleyball team lost to RIT, 3-0, at the New York State Championships at Ithaca and finished in seventh place.[read more]



'Jackets Roll Past Coast Guard

10/29/2005

Matt Bielecki and David Ferris scored two TDs apiece to lead the Yellowjackets to a 37-6 victory over Coast Guard at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



'Jackets in State 5th Place Match

10/29/2005

The women's volleyball team will play RIT for fifth place in the State Championships after losing to second seeded Ithaca in the quarterfinals on Saturday night.[read more]



Men 5th, Stevens 2nd at UAAs

10/29/2005

Sophomore Mark Stevens finished second individually and led the men's cross country team to a fifth place finish at the UAA Championships.[read more]



Women 6th at UAA XC Champs

10/29/2005

The women's cross country team finished sixth at the University Athletic Association cross country championships.[read more]



'Jackets Blanked by Red Dragons

10/29/2005

Rochester fell to SUNY Oneonta, 1-0, this afternoon. The two seniors - Courtney Nussbaum and Sally Jensen - were honored, as today's game was the last to be played at home this season.[read more]



Men Beat Brockport, Now 1-1

10/29/2005

The men’s swimming and diving team won eight events outright and claimed its first victory of the season, 129-94, at SUNY Brockport on Saturday.[read more]



Women 2-0 After Big Win

10/29/2005

Rochester’s women rolled to their second consecutive swimming and diving victory with a 161-64 victory over SUNY Brockport on the road Saturday.[read more]



M. Soccer Nips Emory

10/28/2005

Damien Hallatt scored with 19:40 to play to snap a 1-1 tie and give the men's soccer team a 2-1 victory over Emory University in a matchup of nationally-ranked teams at Edwin Fauver Stadium here tonight.[read more]



Walsh Wins It at 88:03!

10/28/2005

Mary Walsh scored on a breakaway with 1:57 to play to give the women's soccer team a thrilling 1-0 victory over Emory University at Fauver Stadium on Friday evening.[read more]



McHale, Scherry Earn Honors

10/27/2005

Sophomore Danielle Scherry and senior Patricia McHale earned Athlete of the Week honors for swimming and diving from the Liberty League.[read more]



Field Hockey Tips Brockport

10/26/2005

Mary DiMatteo scored with 32 seconds left in the first sudden death overtime to give Rochester a 2-1 victory over SUNY Brockport at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Top Nazareth

10/26/2005

Rochester improved to 20-10 with a 3-1 victory over Nazareth College on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Bielecki Honored Twice

10/26/2005

Sophomore running back Matt Bielecki earned two honors for his skills running the football at the Meliora Weekend game against WPI.[read more]



UAA Honors 'Jacket Duo

10/26/2005

Ashley Van Vechten and Amy Thompson have been named UAA Players of the Week in women's soccer for games through October 24.[read more]



Women Top RPI in Soccer

10/25/2005

Maureen Dudiak scored one goal and set up another as the women's soccer team defeated RPI, 3-0, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Spikers Earn State Bid

10/25/2005

The women's volleyball team has been selected to compete in the 2005 New York State Championship Tournament.[read more]



Women Blank Cortland, 3-0

10/23/2005

Mary Walsh scored two goals and Amy Thompson had one as the women's soccer team defeated SUNY Cortland, 3-0 at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Sunday.[read more]



Gridders Fall on Late WPI TD Pass

10/22/2005

WPI thew a long touchdown pass in the final minute to pull out a 19-17 victory over the Yellowjackets on Meliora Weekend in Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Field Hockey In LL Playoffs!

10/22/2005

Rochester clinched its first-ever playoff berth in the Liberty League field hockey championships with a 4-1 victory at Hamilton College.[read more]



Men Fall to RPI in Swim Opener

10/22/2005

Visiting RPI defeated Rochester, 148-93, in the season opening swimming meet for both schools on Saturday at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Complex.[read more]



Women Swim Past RPI in Opener

10/22/2005

The women's swimming and diving team got off to a successful start with a 136-102 victory over RPI on Meliora Saturday at the Speegle Wilbraham Aquatic Complex.[read more]



Stom Nets 2 in Soccer Win

10/22/2005

Gary Stom kept up his red hot scoring streak with both goals in Rochester's 2-0 win over Cortland at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Plenty of Depth for Men's Swim

10/21/2005

There are bigger numbers on the deck and in the water this year and that could pay handsome dividends for the men’s swimming and diving team.[read more]



Veterans Bolster W. Swimming

10/21/2005

With a large group of veterans returning to the water, the women’s swimming and diving team looks for continued success this winter.[read more]



Fifteen Join Athletic Hall of Fame

10/21/2005

Fifteen former athletes, coaches, and contributors make up the latest group to be inducted into the University' Athletics Hall of Fame.[read more]



Saints Trip 'Jackets in Field Hockey

10/21/2005

The field hockey team lost, 3-1, to St. Lawrence in field hockey on Friday but can still clinch a Liberty League playoff spot with a victory over Hamilton Saturday.[read more]



Ithaca Nips Jackets in Field Hockey

10/19/2005

Ithaca College scored a goal midway through the first half and held on for a 1-0 field hockey win on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



W. Soccer Defeats Nazareth

10/19/2005

Amy Thompson scored on a long free kick midway through the second half to give the women's soccer team a 1-0 victory over Nazareth College at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Wednesday night.[read more]



Volleyball Tops Fredonia

10/18/2005

The women's volleyball team defeated SUNY Fredonia, 3-1, in a thrilling match at the Palestra on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Men Beat WU, 2-0; Now 12-0

10/16/2005

The men's soccer team improved to 12-0 this season, 4-0 in the University Athletic Association, with a 2-0 victory over Washington University in St. Louis.[read more]



Women Back in First in UAA

10/16/2005

Rochester moved back into first place in the UAA women's soccer race with a 1-0 win over Washington University in St. Louis.[read more]



Golf Is Fifth at NIKE Classic

10/16/2005

The golf team finished fifth out of 14 teams at the NIKE/Ocean City Classic hosted by McDaniel College.[read more]



Spikers Will Be UAA's #6 Seed

10/16/2005

Rochester will be the sixth seed for the University Athletic Association volleyball championships to be held at Brandeis University in early November.[read more]



Women 3rd at Alumni Invite

10/15/2005

Rochester finished third out of eight at its annual Alumni Invitational.[read more]



Men 3rd at Alumni Inv.

10/15/2005

The men’s cross country squad gave a very good accounting of itself at the annual Alumni Invitational Saturday.[read more]



'Jackets Split With WU, BU

10/15/2005

Rochester split a pair of matches at the University Athletic Association volleyball round robin on Saturday, losing to Washington, and beating Brandeis.[read more]



Golfers Tied for 4th on Day One

10/15/2005

The golf team is locked into a three-way tie for fourth place out of 14 schools at the NIKE/Ocean City Classic staged by McDaniel College.[read more]



Mann's OT Goal Beats UC

10/14/2005

Sophomore Jeremy Mann scored 2:05 into sudden death overtime to give the men's soccer team a 2-1 victory over the University of Chicago on Friday afternoon.[read more]



'Jackets Duel 0-0 With Maroons

10/14/2005

Twelfth-ranked Rochester and 15th-ranked Chicago dueled to a 0-0 double overtime tie in women's soccer on Friday afternoon.[read more]



'Jackets Rally Past Houghton

10/13/2005

Down, 2-0, early in the second half, the field hockey team rallied with three straight goals for a 3-2 victory over Houghton College.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Geneseo, 3-0

10/12/2005

The women's volleyball team improved to 17-7 with a 3-0 victory at SUNY Geneseo on Wednesday evening.[read more]



Women's Coaches' Clinic Set

10/11/2005

Pre-registration is now available for the University of Rochester’s Women’s Basketball Coaches Clinic scheduled for late October. [read more]



Women Shut Out Geneseo

10/11/2005

Amy Thompson scored one goal and set up another just 4:17 apart in the first half and the women's soccer team went on to a 4-0 win over SUNY Geneseo.[read more]



Golfers Fourth at Naz/Fisher Invite

10/10/2005

Rochetser finished fourth out of nine overall at the Nazareth/St. John Fisher Fall Shootout.[read more]



Women Nip Brandeis, 2-1

10/9/2005

Ashley Weagraff's second goal of the game - with less than three minutes left - snapped a 1-1 tie and gave Rochester a 2-1 win at Brandeis in UAA soccer action Saturday.[read more]



W. Tennis Sixth at Liberty Champs

10/9/2005

The women's tennis team finished sixth at the Liberty League tennis championships staged at Vassar College over the weekend.[read more]



'Jackets Defeat USMMA, 32-9

10/8/2005

Aaron Molisani and Pat O’Brien rushed for two touchdowns apiece to lead the visiting University of Rochester to a 32-9 victory over the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.[read more]



Men Roll Past Brandeis

10/8/2005

The men's soccer team struck four times in the first half and rolled to a 7-1 victory over Brandeis University.[read more]



Rochester Topped By Skidmore in OT

10/8/2005

Skidmore scored off a penalty stroke in overtime to beat the Yellowjackets 2-1.[read more]



Volleyball Wins Two

10/8/2005

The women’s volleyball team defeated York (NY) and Elmira, 3-0, to improve to 16-7 overall.[read more]



'Jackets Defeat Union in Liberty League Matchup

10/7/2005

Kari Plewniak scored the game-winning goal as Rochester came from behind and beat Union 2-1.[read more]



Men Run on NCAA Course

10/6/2005

The men's cross country team has a chance to run on the national course when the Yellowjackets compete at Ohio Wesleyan University on Friday.[read more]



Women Run on NCAA Course

10/6/2005

The women's cross country team gets an early season chance to run on the national course when the Yellowjackets compete at Ohio Wesleyan University on Friday.[read more]



Golfers Ranked, Players Honored

10/5/2005

The Yellowjackets are ranked nationally as a golf team and two individuals have earned honors for their skills.[read more]



Johnson Is NYS Player of Week

10/5/2005

Junior outside hitter Susan Johnson has been named the Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week by the New York State Women’s Collegiate Athletic Association.[read more]



UAA Honors Meister, Micklos

10/5/2005

Sophomore Eric Meister and senior Nate Micklos have been named the Players of the Week for men’s soccer by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Women Top Naz in Tennis

10/4/2005

Rochester won five of six singles and two of three doubles events to defeat Nazareth, 7-2.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Buffalo State, 3-0

10/4/2005

The women's volleyball team ran its record to 14-7 with a 3-0 victory over Buffalo State College at the Palestra on Tuesday night.[read more]



Men Blank RIT, 2-0

10/4/2005

The men's soccer team improved to 9-0 this season with a 2-0 victory over RIT at Fauver Stadium on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Emory, NYU Top Spikers

10/2/2005

The women's volleyball team lost to third-ranked Emory, 3-0, and to sixth-ranked NYU, 3-1, at the University Athletic Association round robin at Case Western Reserve University on Sunday.[read more]



Bruce-Black is ITA Runnerup

10/2/2005

Senior Josh Bruce-Black finished as the singles runnerup at the Wilson/ITA Men's Tennis Championships at Vassar College.[read more]



Golfers Second at Liberty Champs

10/2/2005

The golf team shot a collective one-over par on Sunday and finished second by two strokes to Skidmore College at the Liberty League championships.[read more]



Men Beat NYU in Battle of Ranked Foes

10/1/2005

Nate Micklos scored two goals and Gary Stom had one as Rochester defeated NYU, 3-0 in a matchup of nationally-ranked teams at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Gridders Top Saints by Five

10/1/2005

AAron Molisani passed for two TDs and Ted Hardenstine returned a clutch interception for a TD as Rochester rallied to defeat St. Lawrence, 27-22.[read more]



A Milestone Win For Gurnett

10/1/2005

Rochester coach Terry Gurnett earned his 350th career win when the Yellowjackets defeated NYU, 1-0, at Fauver Stadium on Saturday.[read more]



'Jackets Defeat Hartwick

10/1/2005

Goals from Celinda Fletcher and Courtney Nussbaum snapped a 1-1 tie and gave Rochester a 3-1 win over Hartwick in Oneonta on Saturday.[read more]



Spikers Top Case in UAA Opener

10/1/2005

Rochester got off to a good start at the UAA Round Robin with a 3-0 victory over host Case Western Reserve.[read more]



Golfers Lead First Day of Liberty Champs

10/1/2005

With three men shooting an even par 72, the golf team sits in first place after day one of the Liberty League Championships at Saratoga State Park.[read more]



Women 5th of 16 at Geneseo

10/1/2005

The women’s cross country team put together a strong grouping and finished fifth out of 16 teams at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational.[read more]



Men 3rd of 18 at Geneseo

10/1/2005

In their biggest meet of the year to date, the men’s cross country team produced its strongest finish of the season.[read more]



Men Storm Into Sweet 16

9/30/2005

Four singles players advanced to the Sweet 16 and all three doubles teams reached the quarterfinal round of the Wilson/ITA Regional Tennis Championships being hosted by Vassar College.[read more]



'Jackets Have ITA's Top Seeds!

9/29/2005

Rochester sophomore Thanos Kantarelis is seeded first in singles and doubles for the Wilson/ITA Men’s Regional Tennis Championships being hosted by Vassar College.[read more]



'Jackets Fall to No. 8 Ranked William Smith

9/28/2005

Visiting William Smith scored twice midway through the second half to snap open a close game and win 4-1.[read more]



Women Blank Oswego, 3-0

9/27/2005

The women's soccer team opened its home campaign with a 3-0 victory over Oswego at Fauver Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Ithaca

9/27/2005

Just four days before one of their most challenging weekends of the season, the women's volleyball team put together a strong performance to defeat Ithaca College, 3-0, at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Defeat Roberts Wesleyan, 7-1

9/27/2005

With six players scoring goals, the men's soccer team avenged one of its two losses from last season with a 7-1 victory over Roberts Wesleyan.[read more]



Women Reach 2nd Round of ITA

9/26/2005

Two singles players and one doubles team reached the second round of the ITA Women’s Tennis Championships at William Smith College last weekend.[read more]



2005 Garnish Honors: Lisa Aronoff

9/26/2005

Lisa Aronoff, an economics major, is oen of seven student-athletes selected as winners of the 2005 Garnish Scholar Awards.[read more]



2005 Garnish Honors: Michael Dermody

9/26/2005

Michael Dermody, a history major, is one of seven student-athletes selected as winners of the 2005 Garnish Scholar Awards.[read more]



2005 Garnish Honors: Jeremy Goico

9/26/2005

Jeremy Goico, a Spanish major, is one of seven student-athletes selected as winners of the 2005 Garnish Scholar Awards.[read more]



2005 Garnish Honors: Patricia McHale

9/26/2005

Patricia McHale, who is majoring in mechanical engineering and has a minor in materials science, is one of seven student-athletes selected as winners of the 2005 Garnish Scholar Awards.[read more]



2005 Garnish Honors: Jennifer Moshier

9/26/2005

Jennifer Moshier, a mechanical engineering major, is one of seven student-athletes selected as winners of the 2005 Garnish Scholar Awards.[read more]



2005 Garnish Honors: Daniel Pfohl

9/26/2005

Daniel Pfohl, a political science major, is one of seven student-athletes selected as winners of the 2005 Garnish Scholar Awards.[read more]



2005 Garnish Honors: Matthew Tierney

9/26/2005

Matthew Tierney, a chemical engineering major, is one of seven student-athletes selected as winners of the 2005 Garnish Scholar Awards.[read more]



Golf 4th at Williams Invite

9/25/2005

The golf team finished a strong fourth out of 24 teams at the Williams College Invitational over the weekend.[read more]



Field Hockey Rallies Past RPI

9/24/2005

Heidi Davies scored off a penalty corner midway through the second half to snap a 1-1 tie and carry the University of Rochester to a 2-1 victory over visiting Rensselaer at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Union Outscores 'Jackets on Gridiron

9/24/2005

Rochester got a career high 135 yards rushing and two TDs from Matt Bielecki plus two TD passes from Aaron Molisani, but visiting Union prevailed at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Field Hockey Blanks Vassar

9/23/2005

Krista Butler scored three minutes into the second half to break a 0-0 tie and fuel a 4-0 victory over Vassar in the Liberty League opener for both teams.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Fisher, 3-1

9/22/2005

The women's volleyball team produced solid performances in games three and four to claim a 3-1 victory over St. John Fisher.[read more]



Friends To Remember Lee

9/21/2005

Friends and family will be gathering on Sunday evening to share their memories of Michael Dong Lee, a member of the Class of 2007.[read more]



Molisani Honored by RACA

9/21/2005

Senior quarterback Aaron Molisani has been named the Rochester Area College Athletics Male Athlete of the Week.[read more]



Kantarelis Earns UAA Honor

9/21/2005

Sophomore Thanos Kantarelis has been named the Men’s Tennis Player of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Men Shut Out Nazareth

9/21/2005

Nate Micklos scored two goals and Gary Stom had one as the men's soccer team defeated Nazareth College, 3-0, on the road Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



Garnish Scholars To Be Honored

9/20/2005

Seven University of Rochester student-athletes, who have excelled in the classroom as well as on the playing field, will be honored at halftime of this Saturday’s football game versus Union College.[read more]



Women Blank RIT, 2-0

9/20/2005

Rochester improved to 4-1-1 with its fourth shutout of the season, a 2-0 win at RIT.[read more]



RIT Tops Volleyball

9/20/2005

Homestanding RIT defeated the women's volleyball team, 3-0, on Tuesday evening.[read more]



'Jackets Grab Flower City Title

9/18/2005

The men's tennis team won the Flower City Tournament championship after a 7-0 victory over St. Lawrence on Sunday.[read more]



Gridders Roll Past Bullets

9/17/2005

Rochester set a single-game record for offensive plays in a 41-20 win at Gettysburg College.[read more]



Men Edge Hobart in Soccer

9/17/2005

The Yellowjackets jumped out to a 2-0 lead enroute to a 2-1 victory over Hobart College.[read more]



Women Knot #8 Union in 2 OTs

9/17/2005

For the second straight season, Rochester and Union tied 0-0 in double overtime in women's soccer.[read more]



Women Are 11th at RIT

9/17/2005

The women's volleyball team claimed 11th place at the RIT Invitational with a 3-0 win over Buffalo State.[read more]



WXC Second in Penn St. Meet

9/17/2005

The women's cross country team placed four runners in the first 11 and finished in second place out of 15 schools at the Penn State-Behrend Invitational.[read more]



Men Are 3rd at Penn St. Race

9/17/2005

With much more balance and sound running, the men's cross country team surged to a third place finish out of 14 teams at the Penn State Behrend Invitational.[read more]



Utica Rolls Past Field Hockey

9/17/2005

Utica College, ranked 20th in Division III, rolled to a 5-1 field hockey victory over Rochester in central New York State on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Dual Honors for Goodridge

9/16/2005

Sophomore Stephen Goodridge has been selected as the Golfer of the Week by the Liberty League and the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Stevens Honored by UAA

9/16/2005

Sophomore Mark Stevens was named the Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



UAA Honors Meister

9/16/2005

Sophomore Eric Meister has been named the Defensive Player of the Week in men's soccer by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Sondericker Liberty's Top Specialist

9/16/2005

Freshman kick returner Mike Sondericker has been named the Special Teams Player of the Week by the Liberty League.[read more]



Two Honors for Cahan

9/16/2005

Sophomore goaltender Rachel Cahan has been named the Liberty League Defensive Player of the Week as well as the ECAC Upstate New York Defensive Player of the Week.[read more]



Men Launch Tennis Season at Home

9/16/2005

The men's tennis team, which finished the 2005 spring season with a national ranking, opens its 2005-06 campaign in the Flower City Tournament.[read more]



Spikers Lose Two in RIT Field

9/16/2005

The women's volleyball team lost to Brockport and Ithaca at the RIT Tournament on Friday evening.[read more]



Field Hockey Blanks Nazareth

9/14/2005

A goal late in the first half and Rachel Cahan's third shutout of the season carried the field hockey team to a 1-0 win at Nazareth on Tuesday.[read more]



William Smith Edges W Soccer

9/14/2005

Rochester dropped a 1-0 decision to William Smith College on the road Tuesday in a matchup of nationally-ranked women's soccer programs.[read more]



Volleyball Improves to 9-1

9/13/2005

The women's volleyball team defeated Medaille College, 30-17, 30-13, 30-19, at the Palestra to earn its ninth win in 10 starts.[read more]



Montclair Nips Field Hockey

9/11/2005

Rochester played its third one-goal game in the past five calendar days when the Yellowjackets were edged by Montclair State University, 1-0, on Sunday.[read more]



Golfers Finish Tied for Sixth

9/11/2005

The golf team finished tied for sixth place out of 15 teams at the Division-I laden Colgate Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.[read more]



Women Run Well in Opener

9/10/2005

The women’s cross country season got off to a successful start when the Yellowjackets finished first in a three-team competition at SUNY Fredonia.[read more]



Men Second in XC Opener

9/10/2005

Rochester had the individual champion, but the men’s cross country team had to settle for a split in a three-team match with RIT and SUNY Fredonia.[read more]



Men Down Clarkson, 5-1

9/10/2005

Fueled by two goals from sophomore Patrick Ripp, the men's soccer team defeated Clarkson University, 5-1.[read more]



Field Hockey Edges WPU, 3-2

9/10/2005

Mary DiMatteo scored on a pass from Celi Fletcher to snap a 2-2 tie and carry Rochester to a 3-2 field hockey win over William Paterson University in New Jersey.[read more]



Women Top Fisher, Go to 3-0

9/10/2005

The women's soccer team improved to 3-0 with a 4-1 victory at St. John Fisher on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Football Falls to Fisher

9/10/2005

The Yellowjackets lost a high-scoring battle to St. John Fisher on Saturday night in the first annual Courage Bowl.[read more]



Football Falls to Fisher

9/10/2005

The Yellowjackets ran into an offensive juggernaut and lost to St. John Fisher on Saturday night.[read more]



Spikers Second at Potsdam Tourney

9/10/2005

The women's volleyball team finished second at the North Country Invitational women's volleyball tournament hosted by SUNY Potsdam and St. Lawrence.[read more]



Golf 5th at Colgate Invite

9/10/2005

The golf team stood in fifth place out of 15 teams at the Colgate Invitational after the first round of play on Saturday.[read more]



An Example of Courage

9/9/2005

When Rochester plays St. John Fisher Saturday night in the Courage Bowl, there will be three Honorary Coaches on each sideline.[read more]



Volleyball Wins Twice at SLU

9/9/2005

The women's volleyball team improved to 7-0 by defeating St. Lawrence and Russell Sage in the SUNY Potsdam Tournament on Friday night.[read more]



'Jackets Blank #5 SLU, 1-0!

9/9/2005

A timely first half goal and solid defense throughout carried the men's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over fifth-ranked St. Lawrence University.[read more]



W. Tennis Blanks Brockport

9/8/2005

The women's tennis team opened its season with a 9-0 win over SUNY Brockport on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



Cortland Edges Field Hockey

9/7/2005

SUNY Cortland defeated the Yellowjackets, 1-0, in field hockey on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



Spikers Improve to 5-0

9/6/2005

The women's volleyball team ran its record to 5-0 with a 3-0 win over D'Youville College in the Palestra.[read more]



Johnson Named UAA Player of Week

9/6/2005

Junior outside hitter Susan Johnson has been named the Women's Volleyball Co-Player of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Klenotich UAA Player of the Week

9/6/2005

Junior defender Stephanie Klenotich has been named the Women's Soccer Player of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Two Honors for Mikolenko

9/6/2005

Sophomore forward Nick Mikolenko has earned two player of the week honors for his skills on the pitch last weekend.[read more]



Liberty League Honors Two

9/6/2005

Senior Jeff Leslie and freshman Ben Nichols have been honored by the Liberty League for their play last Saturday.[read more]



A High Scoring Soccer Win

9/4/2005

The goals came fast and furious at Fauver Stadium on Sunday as the Yellowjackets defeated St. John Fisher College.[read more]



W. Soccer Beats Gettysburg

9/4/2005

Stephanie Klenotich scored with 1:14 left in regulation as Rochester defeated 21st-ranked Gettysburg College to win the Gettysburg Tournament.[read more]



Football Victim of Late FG

9/3/2005

The Yellowjackets put on a dynamic defensive performance and took the lead with 1:19 left, but lost when Johns Hopkins kicked a field goal with one second left.[read more]



'Jackets Open With 5-0 Win

9/3/2005

Rochester opened the field hockey season in style with a 5-0 victory over SUNY Oswego.[read more]



W. Soccer Wins Opener, 1-0

9/3/2005

Mary Walsh redirected a pass from freshman Kelsey Turley into the net with less than 16 minutes to play as the women's soccer team defeated 15th-ranked Mary Washington College.[read more]



Spikers Claim Two More Wins

9/3/2005

Rochester defeated both Hilbert College and Keuka College, 3-0, at the D'Youville Tournament to improve to 4-0 this season.[read more]



The 2005 Fall Season: Field Hockey

9/2/2005

The Yellowjackets improved their goalscoring production by 17 goals last year and feel they can do better in 2005.[read more]



The 2005 Fall Season: Women's Volleyball

9/2/2005

With three starters graduating – a strong front line player, the career leader in assists, and a strong back row specialist, the women’s volleyball team will have a new look.[read more]



The 2005 Fall Season: Men's Soccer

9/2/2005

After winning their fifth consecutive ECAC Upstate New York championship, the men’s soccer team at the University continues to push itself and improve.[read more]



Men's Soccer Blanks Oswego

9/2/2005

The men's soccer team defeated SUNY Oswego, 3-0, Friday night to move into the title game of the Flower City Soccer Tournament.[read more]



Spikers Open With 3-0 Wins

9/2/2005

The women's volleyball team defeated Medaille College and Pitt-Bradford by identical 3-0 scores in the D'Youville College Tournament.[read more]



The 2005 Fall Season: Women's Soccer

9/1/2005

The women's soccer program at the University has qualified for post-season play for 26 straight seasons. Will the string go to 27?[read more]



The 2005 Fall Season: Football

8/31/2005

After a solid spring and a strong pre-season camp, the Yellowjacket football team is looking forward to the 2005 season.[read more]



Michael Lee Victim of Boating Accident in Europe

8/23/2005

Michael Dong Lee, a member of the Class of 2007 and a competitor on the men’s tennis team, was a victim of a boating accident in Geneva, Switzerland over the summer.[read more]



'Jackets Play in Courage Bowl

8/18/2005

The annual football game between Rochester and St. John Fisher has taken on new meaning with its designation as The Courage Bowl.[read more]



Sweeney Promoted, Fite Added to Men's Hoop Staff

8/18/2005

Two men who achieved success as players will take on new roles with the coaching staff of the men’s basketball team at the University.[read more]



Men's Tennis Ranked No. 21

8/5/2005

The men’s tennis team is ranked 21st in Division III in the final poll of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.[read more]



Maiello Joins Swim Staff

8/3/2005

Chris Maiello, a former All-American and scholastic head coach, has been named an assistant swimming coach at the University.[read more]



Heath Named Squash Coach

8/1/2005

Martin Heath, a highly-ranked player on the world circuit, has been named the head squash coach.[read more]



Laura 8th at Pan Am Juniors

7/31/2005

Junior racewalker Laura Richenderfer finished eighth in the 10,000 meter race walk at the Pan American Junior Athletic Championships.[read more]



Laura Goes for the Gold!

7/29/2005

Sophomore racewalker Laura Richenderfer will try to win a gold medal for the United States at the 2005 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships on Satur[read more]



Burrell To Coach Softball

7/28/2005

Michelle Burrell, an eight-year veteran of the softball program at the University of Maryland, has been named the University's head softball coach.[read more]



Two Join Gridiron Staff

7/25/2005

Scott Greene, one of the most recognized names in Section V football, and Andrew Christ, an assistant coach at a traditional Ivy League power, have been named assistant football coaches.[read more]



Lax Coaches Salute Five

7/11/2005

Rochester has been cited for both team and individual academic achievement by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association.[read more]



Laura's Second in Nation!

6/25/2005

Laura Richenderfer finished second nationally in the 10,000 meter race walk at the USA Track and Field Junior Olympic Trials in California on Saturday.[read more]



Walking For A Championship

6/21/2005

Laura Richenderfer will compete in the USA Track and Field Junior National Championships this Saturday in Carson, CA.[read more]



Clark's an Academic All-American!

6/21/2005

Chris Clark has been named a First Team ESPN The Magazine College Division Academic All-American in men’s track and field.[read more]



Reddy Named First Team Academic All-American!

6/14/2005

Avinash Reddy has been named a First Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



O'Brien Is Academic All-District

6/3/2005

All-American middle distance runner Katherine O’Brien has been named to the 2005 ESPN The Magazine College Division Academic All-District Women’s Track and Field First Team.[read more]



Clark Is Academic All-District

6/3/2005

Middle distance runner Chris Clark has been named to the Academic All-District First Team and now moves to the national ballot for consideration as an Academic All-American.[read more]



Braveman Named Academic All-American

6/3/2005

Senior infielder Adam Braveman has been named a College Division Academic All-American in baseball by the College Sports Information Directors of America.[read more]



Baker Third in Nation!

5/28/2005

Senior Anne Baker finished third in the nation and earned All-America honors in the hammer throw at the NCAA Championships.[read more]



Wunder 8th in Trials

5/28/2005

Andrew Wunder finished eighth in his flight in the trials of the hammer throw at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.[read more]



O'Brien 7th in Trials

5/27/2005

Senior Kate O'Brien finished in seventh place in her heat in the 800 meter trials at the NCAA Division III Championships.[read more]



Reddy Is Academic All-District

5/26/2005

Avinash Reddy, a senior on the men’s tennis team, has been selected to the 2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 College Division Men’s At Large Team.[read more]



Hein Is Academic All-District

5/26/2005

Amy Hein, a senior defender on the women’s lacrosse team, has been selected to the 2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 College Division Women’s At Large Team.[read more]



Three In NCAA Track Champs

5/24/2005

Two women and one man will represent the University of Rochester at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships this week.[read more]



Wunder Closes In on NCAAs

5/20/2005

Andrew Wunder improved his chance to go to the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships with a second place finish in the hammer throw at the ECAC Championships at Springfield College.[read more]



Baker's Automatic in the Hammer!

5/20/2005

Anne Baker automatically qualified for the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships in the hammer throw and broke her own school record in the process.[read more]



Two Honored for Baseball

5/20/2005

Senior pitcher Mark Jakubowski and freshman first baseman Dan Price have been honored by the Liberty League for their baseball skills.[read more]



Four All-League in Softball

5/20/2005

Four members of the University’s softball team have combined to earn seven honors from Rochester’s two conferences.[read more]



McGettrick 7th at ECACs

5/19/2005

Kevin McGettrick was seventh in the 10,000 meter run on the first day of the ECAC Championships.[read more]



UAA Honors Lee in Tennis

5/18/2005

Michael Lee, a junior on the men’s tennis team, has earned All-Association honors from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Baran Is Academic All-District

5/18/2005

Senior catcher Bridget Baran has been selected to the 2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 College Division Softball Team.[read more]



Softball Ousted by Fisher

5/15/2005

Second-seeded St. John Fisher defeated third-seeded Rochester, 5-1, on Sunday morning in the ECAC Upstate New York Championships at RPI.[read more]



Softball Splits in ECACs

5/14/2005

The Yellowjackets split an ECAC softball doubleheader on Saturday, beating St. John Fisher, 4-3, before losing to SUNY Geneseo, 6-0.[read more]



Goodridge Top D3 Frosh

5/13/2005

Freshman Stephen Goodridge has been selected as the top freshman golfer in Division III by the Golf Coaches Association of America.[read more]



Trio All-Region in Softball

5/13/2005

Three Yellowjackets have earned All-Region honors in softball from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA).[read more]



Two Reap All-LL Honors In Lax

5/12/2005

Seniors Rachel Hawley and Amy Hein have earned All-Liberty League honors in women’s lacrosse.[read more]



Braveman Academic All-District

5/12/2005

Senior infielder Adam Braveman has been selected to the 2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 College Division Baseball Team.[read more]



NCAA Golf Halted

5/11/2005

Rochester was one of 12 teams still out on the course when the NCAA Division III Golf Championships were suspended at Howey-in-the-Hills, FL.[read more]



Wescott Honored by State

5/11/2005

Kelly Wescott, who excelled on the court for Rochester, has been named one of the top Scholar-Athletes in New York State. [read more]



Baseball Splits Vs. Union

5/10/2005

The baseball team was eliminated from the Liberty League playoff hunt after a DH split with Union College at Towers Field.[read more]



Softball's Off to ECACs!

5/9/2005

Rochester's best season in the history of the softball program will continue this week when the Yellowjackets compete in the ECAC Championships.[read more]



Golf Earns 19th NCAA Bid

5/8/2005

Rochester makes its 19th appearance in the NCAA Division III Golf Championships and its second in a row beginning on May 9.[read more]



Foley Throws A Gem!

5/8/2005

The Yellowjackets can still snare a Liberty League playoff berth thanks to a masterful pitching performance from junior lefty Steve Foley.[read more]



Men Storm to 4th at States

5/7/2005

The Yellowjackets won three individual events on Saturday and roared to a fourth place finish at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Sixth at States

5/7/2005

With a solid team performance, the Yellowjacket women finished sixth at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at Fauver Stadium over the weekend.[read more]



Men Edged by Williams

5/7/2005

Williams College squeezed out a 4-3 victory over Rochester in the first round of the NCAA Division III tennis championships on Saturday.[read more]



Men Snap Relay Mark

5/6/2005

The men's outdoor track and field team broke a 16-year-old record to highlight the first day of the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships being hosted by Rochester.[read more]



Women 9th on Day 1 of States

5/6/2005

Rochester is ninth after the first day of action at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships on the River Campus.[read more]



Women's State Seeds Named

5/5/2005

Complete seedings for the women have been announced for the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at Rochester.[read more]



Men's State Seeds Named

5/5/2005

Seedings have been announced for the men in the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at Rochester.[read more]



Men Earn NCAA Tennis Bid

5/3/2005

The men’s tennis team will compete in the NCAA Division III National Championships beginning on Saturday, May 7.[read more]



Barbi 7th in State Hepts

5/2/2005

Anna Barbi finished seventh in the heptathlon as part of the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships.[read more]



Baker Busts Hammer Mark

4/30/2005

Senior Anne Baker has broken her own record in the hammer throw again, this time by more than three meters.[read more]



Softball Defeats SLU

4/30/2005

Rochester defeated St. Lawrence in rainy Canton on Saturday and the weather knocked out the second game.[read more]



Wunder Qualifies

4/29/2005

Andrew Wunder was an All-American in the weight throw indoors. He may have a chance to repeat on the outdoor stage.[read more]



Bats Quieted by Skidmore

4/29/2005

Visiting Skidmore College held the Yellowjackets to 13 hits in two games and swept a doubleheader at Towers Field on Friday.[read more]



St. John's Wins Kravetz

4/29/2005

St. John's University became the first repeat champion in the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational.[read more]



Naz Edges W. Lacrosse

4/27/2005

The Yellowjackets put together a spirited rally at Nazareth before the hosts held on to win. [read more]



Softball's Up to 25 Wins!

4/26/2005

The Yellowjackets improved to 25-16 by sweeping a softball doubleheader at SUNY Fredonia on Tuesday.[read more]



'Jackets Sweep Hartwick

4/26/2005

The baseball team turned opportunities into runs as they swept past Hartwick today at Towers Field.[read more]



'Jackets Turn It Up at Hamilton

4/25/2005

The women’s outdoor track and field team enjoyed an outstanding day of performances at the Hamilton College Invitational[read more]



Golfers Win UAA Title!

4/25/2005

The University of Rochester held off ninth-ranked Emory University to win the University Athletic Association Golf Championship at the Stafford Country Club.[read more]



Softball Splits With #13 RPI

4/24/2005

The Yellowjackets split a doubleheader with 13th-ranked RPI on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Men Roll Past Drew

4/24/2005

The men's tennis team capped off a 19-3 regular season with a 7-0 victory at Drew University on Sunday.[read more]



Netmen Defeat #25 TCNJ

4/23/2005

The men's tennis team strengthened its campaign for an NCAA playoff bid by defeating 25th-ranked The College of New Jersey at TCNJ on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Fall in Tennis at TCNJ

4/23/2005

The women's tennis team was shut out by The College of New Jersey, 9-0, on Saturday.[read more]



Lacrosse Rolls By Vassar

4/23/2005

The Yellowjackets ran off eight straight goals to rally for a 10-6 win over the Brewers on Senior Day.[read more]



Baseball Splits With Vassar

4/22/2005

The Yellowjackets split a baseball twinbill with Vassar College on Friday.[read more]



W. Lax Holds Off RPI

4/22/2005

The Yellowjackets built an early lead, then maintained the edge to defeat RPI, 10-9, at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Softball Takes Two from RIT

4/21/2005

The softball team improved to 22-15 by sweeping RIT in a doubleheader at GLC Field on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



Men Are Victorious On Roberts Wesleyan Track

4/21/2005

Rochester blazed to the team title at the Roberts Wesleyan Invitational by winning four events outright and placing a total of 11 finishers in the top three.[read more]



Women's T&F Second at Roberts Wesleyan

4/21/2005

With three outright wins and 22 finishes in the top eight overall, the women’s outdoor track and field team finished a strong second at the Roberts Wesleyan Invitational on April 16.[read more]



Baseball Tops RIT

4/20/2005

Dan Price drove in three runs while Adam Braveman and Ryan Hazlett added two RBIs apiece to lead the Yellowjackets to a 10-7 victory over RIT on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



Buff St. Sweeps Softball

4/19/2005

Host Buffalo State swept a twinbill from the Yellowjackets on Tuesday, 9-1, and 12-11 in 11 innings.[read more]



Baseball Falls To Clarkson

4/17/2005

Clarkson University held on to undisputed possession of first place in the Liberty League after sweeping a DH against Rochester at Towers Field Sunday.[read more]



Union Sweeps Softball DH

4/17/2005

Visiting Union College swept a softball doubleheader from the Yellowjackets at GLC Field on Sunday.[read more]



Golfers Finish Second

4/16/2005

The Yellowjacket golf team is rounding into post-season form and this is the perfect time for it to happen.[read more]



Women Net 7th at UAAs

4/16/2005

The women's tennis team finished seventh at the UAA Championships by splitting matches on Saturday.[read more]



'Jackets and Saints Split

4/16/2005

Opening weekend in the Liberty League baseball season offered few clues to an outcome as Rochester and St. Lawrence split a doubleheader at Towers Field here Saturday.[read more]



Softball Gets 20th Win!

4/16/2005

The Yellowjackets hit the 20-win plateau in softball by sweeping Skidmore.[read more]



Men Second at UAA Tennis

4/16/2005

Rochester lost, 7-0, to second-ranked Emory University in the championship match of the University Athletic Association championships at Brandeis University.[read more]



Men Reach Tennis Semis

4/15/2005

The men's tennis team is back in the semifinals of the UAA Championships after posting a 7-0 victory over Case Western Reserve University on Friday.[read more]



Hamilton Tops 'Jackets in Lax

4/15/2005

Homestanding Hamilton College pulled away in the second half for a 16-9 victory over Rochester in women's lacrosse on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Cross Wins in UAA Quarters

4/15/2005

Freshman Colleen Cross won on a super tiebreaker in the third set at #1 singles at the University Athletic Association championships being conducted at Brandeis University.[read more]



Baseball Outslugs Utica

4/14/2005

The Yellowjackets put on a hitting display on Thursday afternoon with an 18-5 victory at Utica College.[read more]



Softball Splits and Makes History

4/14/2005

18 and counting....the softball team sets a school record for single season wins.[read more]



Men's Soccer Duels with Rhinos

4/13/2005

The Yellowjackets battled the Rochester Rhinos of the A-league Tuesday evening in a spring season exhibition match [read more]



Baseball Loses at Cortland

4/12/2005

Cortland State, ranked eighth in Division III, needed a big rally in the eighth inning to pull away for a victory over Rochester in baseball.[read more]



Herons Pull Away in Lax

4/12/2005

Visiting William Smith erupted for five goals in just over four minutes and pulled away for a 17-10 victory over the Yellowjackets in women's lacrosse at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Blank Keuka in Tennis

4/11/2005

The women's tennis team won all nine matches against Keuka College on Monday afternoon.[read more]



Golfers Rally For Second Place

4/11/2005

The golf team rallied to finish second at the 15-team Mid-Atlantic Regional at the Hershey (PA) Country Club on Monday.[read more]



Baseball Splits with Rival Fisher

4/11/2005

On a picturesque Sunday afternoon, the baseball team split a twinbill against archrival St. John Fisher[read more]



W. Tennis Falls at Skidmore

4/10/2005

The women's tennis team lost at Skidmore College, 7-2, on Saturday.[read more]



Men Strong at Alumni Invite

4/9/2005

The men's outdoor track and field team produced one individual victory and two relay wins at the UR Alumni Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Good Meet for W. Track

4/9/2005

The annual UR Alumni Invitational produced a number of high quality finishes for Yellowjacket women's performers on Saturday.[read more]



Softball Ties Win Mark

4/9/2005

Rochester tied its single-season victory record by sweeping Keuka College in a doubleheader at Towers Field on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Skidmore Defeats W. Lax

4/9/2005

The women’s lacrosse team put on a late flurry in an 11-7 loss at Skidmore College on Saturday.[read more]



W. Tennis Edged by SLU

4/9/2005

The women's tennis team dropped a hard-fought 5-4 decision to St. Lawrence University on Friday afternoon at the Peter Lyman Tennis Center on campus.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Hamilton

4/8/2005

The Yellowjackets improved to 15-10 with 8-0 and 10-2 wins over the Continentals.[read more]



Union Wins in W. Lax

4/8/2005

Host Union College posted a 12-6 victory over Rochester in women's lacrosse in Schenectady.[read more]



Noon 3-Hits Mavericks

4/8/2005

Sophomore righty Brady Noon pitched a complete game three hitter as Rochester defeated Medaille College, 6-0, in the first game of a doubleheader at Towers Field.[read more]



Baseball edged by Ithaca

4/7/2005

Rochester dropped a tough 4-2 decision to Ithaca College today.[read more]



Baseball Sweeps Keuka

4/6/2005

The Yellowjackets won two close ones against the Storm.[read more]



Lacrosse Defeats Alfred

4/5/2005

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Men's Outdoor Track and Field Succeeds; Lange Qualifies For ECACs

4/5/2005

The Men's Track and Field team started off their outdoor season strongly at the Liberty Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Women's Outdoor Track and Field Start Strong

4/5/2005

The Women's Outdoor Track and Field team start strong at the Liberty Invitational...[read more]



Hauben Player of the Year

4/4/2005

Senior forward Seth Hauben has been named the Division III Men's Player of the Year by DIIINews.[read more]



Moshier, Citro Honored

4/4/2005

Junior pitcher Jen Moshier and freshman infielder Alicia Citro have been named the Liberty League Pitcher and Rookie of the Week in softball. [read more]



Two Pitchers Honored

4/4/2005

Senior reliever Mark Jakubowski and freshman starter Pete McEneaney have been named the Liberty League Pitcher and Player of the Week respectively.[read more]



Men Earn Tennis Split

4/3/2005

The men's tennis team split a pair of 4-2 decisions at Brandeis University over the weekend.[read more]



Golf 5th in W&J Classic

4/2/2005

The golf team finished fifth out of 12 teams at the Peter C. Rossin Memorial Classic hosted by Washinton & Jefferson College.[read more]



Lacrosse Wins in 3 OTs

4/2/2005

Heidi Davies scored 28 seconds into the third overtime period to give the women's lacrosse team a dramatic 15-14 victory at SUNY Oneonta on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



W. Tennis Falls to Wheaton

4/1/2005

The women's tennis team lost to Wheaton (MA) College, 6-3, on the road Friday.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Medaille

4/1/2005

The Yellowjackets are 5-1 in their last six games.[read more]



Baseball 0-1-1 at Oneonta

4/1/2005

The baseball team had a loss and a tie in a doubleheader at SUNY Oneonta on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Hauben Honored by D3Hoops.com

4/1/2005

Seth Hauben has been acknowledged as one of the five best players in Division III.[read more]



Baseball sweeps Fredonia

3/31/2005

They played two this time and Rochester swept.[read more]



Softball Splits With Fisher

3/31/2005

Key hitting and strong pitching helped the Yellowjackets split a twinbill against the Cardinals.[read more]



W Lax Downed at Geneseo

3/31/2005

Rochester held a 9-8 halftime lead before Geneseo rallied for a victory.[read more]



Brockport Wins in 10

3/30/2005

Just 24 hours after beating Brockport in 14 innings, the Yellowjackets and Golden Eagles went to extra innings again.[read more]



Softball Sweeps Brockport

3/29/2005

Rochester improved to 10-9 in softball with a doubleheader sweep of previously-unbeaten Brockport on Tuesday.[read more]



W Lax Edged by Ithaca

3/29/2005

The women's lacrosse team dropped a 10-7 decision at Ithaca College on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Men Improve to 14-1

3/29/2005

The men's tennis team defeated RIT, 6-1, on Tuesday to improve to 14-1 this season.[read more]



Baseball Outlasts Brockport in 14 innings

3/29/2005

Doubleheader? Not so fast.....'Jackets win extra inning affair.[read more]



Five All-UAA In Baseball

3/28/2005

Five Yellowjacket baseball players have earned All-Association honors from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Another Split for Softball

3/26/2005

For the second straight day, the Yellowjacket softball team split a pair of games in southern New Jersey.[read more]



Lax Rolls Past Clarkson

3/26/2005

With nine players scoring goals, the women's lacrosse team defeated Clarkson University, 16-4, at Fauver Stadium on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Softball Splits in NJ

3/25/2005

The softball team split a pair of games Friday, losing to The College of New Jersey, then defeating Swarthmore College.[read more]



W Lax. Falls to SLU, 15-13

3/25/2005

The women's lacrosse team heads into Saturday's 2pm start vs. Clarkson after a tough 15-13 loss to St. Lawrence University on Friday.[read more]



Futbol Tour de Espana

3/25/2005

The University's Men’s soccer team began their preparations for the upcoming season with a ten-day tour of Spain and Portugal. [read more]



Women's XC Earn Academic Award

3/23/2005

The women's cross country team has earned the prestigious Team Academic Award from the Division III Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Men's XC Sparkle Academically

3/23/2005

The men's cross country team has received the Team Academic Award from the Division III Cross Country Coaches Association.[read more]



Men's Tennis Rolls to #13

3/22/2005

The men's tennis team improved to 13-1 with a 6-1 victory over Hobart College on Tuesday afternoon in the Goergen Athletic Center.[read more]



W.. Lax Gets 1st Win

3/22/2005

Rachel Hawley scored four goals while Heidi Davies had two goals and three assists to lead the women's lacrosse team to its first victory of the season.[read more]



Cagers Second in NCAAs

3/19/2005

The men's basketball team finished second in the nation after Wisconsin-Stevens Point defeated Rochester, 73-49, in the national championship game Saturday night.[read more]



'Jackets To Play for NCAA Title!

3/18/2005

Rochester defeated Calvin College, 65-62, in the NCAA semifinals and will play in the national championship game on Saturday.[read more]



Hauben First Team All-American!

3/18/2005

Senior forward Seth Hauben has been named a First Team All-American for the second straight season.[read more]



Rochester falls to Cortland in Home Lax opener

3/17/2005

The Yellowjacket Women's Lacrosse team fell to Cortland today in Fauver Stadium, 17-5.[read more]



Baseball Second at UAAs

3/15/2005

The baseball team tied for second place at the UAA championships in Florida.[read more]



Tierney Tops the Region!

3/15/2005

Junior sprinter Matt Tierney has been named the Atlantic Region Men's Indoor Track Athlete of the Year.[read more]



Final Four on WYSL

3/14/2005

WYSL Radio will be broadcasting Rochester's games in the NCAA Division III Final Four this weekend.[read more]



Men Heading For Final Four!

3/12/2005

The men's basketball team defeated Potsdam, 67-51, Saturday night to head back to the Final Four.[read more]



Wunder's an All-American!

3/12/2005

Senior weight thrower Andrew Wunder earned All-America honors at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field National Championships at Illinois Wesleyan University on Friday.[read more]



Baker 5th in Prelims at NCAAs

3/12/2005

Senior Anne Baker finished fifth in her qualifying round at the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships at Illinois Wesleyan Univesity.[read more]



Softball Loses 2 at UAAs

3/12/2005

The softball team lost to Case Western Reserve in extra innings, and lost to Washington University in the UAA Championship Tournament in Florida.[read more]



Baseball Wins Two at UAAs

3/12/2005

The baseball team opened the UAA Championship Tournament with a 5-2 win over Washington and a 4-2 win over Brandeis.[read more]



Men Beat #2 Amherst

3/11/2005

Rochester advanced to the Elite 8 of the men's basketball playoffs with a 69-62 victory over second-ranked Amherst College.[read more]



Softball Splits in UAA Champs

3/10/2005

The softball team split its first two games in the UAA Championships in Florida.[read more]



Softball Edges Kenyon, 2-1

3/9/2005

Softball improved to 4-1 this season by rallying for a 2-1 victory over Kenyon College in Florida on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Baker Goes to NCAAs!

3/9/2005

Senior weight thrower Anne Baker has been selected to compete in the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships this week.[read more]



W. Lax Edged By Wesleyan

3/8/2005

The women's lacrosse team lost, 13-12, to Wesleyan College in Florida on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Five Men In Track NCAAs

3/8/2005

Two Rochester individuals and one relay have qualified for the NCAA Division III national indoor track and field championships this weekend.[read more]



Softball Wins Two More

3/7/2005

The softball team improved to 3-1 with victories over MacMurray College and Beloit College in Florida on Monday.[read more]



W. Tennis Falls to Fairfield

3/7/2005

The women's tennis team lost its first match of the spring season, 6-1, to Division I Fairfield University on Monday.[read more]



Baseball Tops #4 Marietta

3/7/2005

Freshman Dan Price doubled home Mark Jackson in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the baseball team a wild 14-13 victory over Marietta College in Florida on Monday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Tennis Tops Fairfield

3/7/2005

The men's tennis team opened its spring season with a 6-1 victory over Fairfield University in Orlando, FL on Sunday.[read more]



Baseball Tops John Jay, 8-5

3/6/2005

Rochester opened the 2005 baseball season with an 8-5 victory over New York City’s John Jay College in Cocoa Beach, FL.[read more]



Softball Throws Shutout for First Win

3/6/2005

Junior Nina Long pitched a two-hit shutout as Rochester defeated Dominican College (IL), 3-0, in Florida to earn its first win of the season.[read more]



Men Will Head for Amherst

3/6/2005

The road to further success for the men's basketball team will pass through New England - again.[read more]



Springing into 2005: Baseball

3/5/2005

Rochester was 25-10 last year and shared the Liberty League title. The Yellowjackets look to build on that success in 2005.[read more]



Men Defeat Union; Advance to Sweet 16

3/5/2005

The men's basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Division III playoffs with a 79-61 victory over Union College in the Palestra Saturday night.[read more]



Women Fall to Union in ECAC Semis

3/5/2005

The women's basketball team lost to Union College, 64-57, in the semifinals of the ECAC Upstate New York Championship at St. John Fisher College on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Finish Fifth at ECACs

3/4/2005

With a champion, a runnerup, and two third place finishers, the women's indoor track and field team did very well at the ECAC Indoor Track and Field Championships being hosted by St. Lawren[read more]



Men Tie for Ninth at ECAC Champs

3/4/2005

Andrew Wunder and Chris Clark were third in their respective events at the ECAC Indoor Track and Field Championships being hosted by St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Academic Honors Galore for Field Hockey

3/4/2005

The University's field hockey team was honored as a group and 10 individuals were acknowledged for their academic achievements by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.[read more]



Men Will Host Union in NCAAs Saturday

3/3/2005

The men’s basketball team will play longtime rival Union College in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs at the Palestra Saturday night.[read more]



Rochester advances to ECAC Semis

3/2/2005

The Yellowjacket Women's Basketball team advanced to the Semifinal round of the ECAC Upstate New York Championship with a 67-44 win over Utica College tonight at the Palestra. [read more]



Hauben Named Academic All-American

3/2/2005

Senior forward Seth Hauben has been named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Academic All-American Men's Basketball Team.[read more]



NCAA Tickets On Sale Now

3/1/2005

Tickets for the men's NCAA Second Round basketball game are now on sale in Wilson Commons.[read more]



McAllister Named UAA Player of the Week

3/1/2005

Senior guard Brendan McAllister has been named the UAA Men's Basketball Player of the Week.[read more]



Hauben Player of the Year in UAA; Five Honored

2/28/2005

Seth Hauben was named the UAA Player of the Year for the second straight year and four teammates joined him on the All-Association team.[read more]



Four Women Named to All-UAA Team

2/28/2005

Led by First Team honoree Kelly Wescott, the Yellowjackets placed four people on the All-UAA team in basketball in 2004-05.[read more]



Women Host Utica in ECAC Playoffs

2/28/2005

The women's basketball team will host Utica College in the opening round of the ECAC Upstate New York Championships on Wednesday at 7 pm.[read more]



Men To Host Second Round NCAA Game

2/27/2005

The men's basketball team will host a second round game in the NCAA Division III Championships on Saturday, March 5, 2005.[read more]



Squash Captures Conroy Division

2/27/2005

The squash team won the Conroy Division at the Collegiate Squash Association national championships being hosted in Cambridge, MA.[read more]



Women Defeat CMU to Raise Record to 15-10

2/26/2005

Rochester raised its record to 15-10, 7-7 in the UAA with a 64-47 victory over Carnegie Mellon in the Palestra.[read more]



Men Win A Thriller Over CMU for NCAA Bid

2/26/2005

The men's basketball team clinched the UAA championship and its fourth straight bid to the NCAA Division III playoffs with a 62-57 victory over visiting Carnegie Mellon University at the Louis Alexander Palestra on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Are Seventh in State Track Champs

2/25/2005

The women's indoor track and field finished in seventh place at the New York State Championships being hosted by RIT.[read more]



Men Finish Second at State Track Champs

2/25/2005

The men's indoor track and field team stormed to a runnerup finish overall at the New York State Championships at RIT.[read more]



UR Athletes Career Day Set for Friday

2/24/2005

The Department of Athletics and Recreation, in conjunction with the Career Center and the Department of Alumni and Parent Relations, will hold a UR Athletes Career Day on Friday, February 25.[read more]



Hauben A Finalist for Jostens Award As Top D-III Player

2/24/2005

Senior forward Seth Hauben has been selected as one of 10 finalists for the Jostens Award, Division III basketball’s top honor. [read more]



Coach's Corner: The Hobart-SLU Matches

2/24/2005

Head coach David Kay analyzes his team just days before the Yellowjackets head for the national team championships.[read more]



Men Will Play CMU for NCAA Bid Saturday

2/23/2005

The men's basketball team will play Carnegie Mellon University Saturday for the UAA's automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Playoffs. [read more]



Springing Into 2005: Women's Tennis

2/22/2005

The Yellowjacket women are a young team, but they look to improve and challenge themselves with tough competition in the upcoming season.[read more]



Springing Into 2005: Men's Tennis

2/22/2005

This spring, the Yellowjackets expect to continue and to expand upon their extraordinary successes from this fall’s season.[read more]



Barbi's PR Good for Third at NYS Pentathlon

2/20/2005

Anni Barbi posted a career best performance and finished tied for third at the NYS Pentathlon on Sunday.[read more]



Three Men Top 10 in NYS Pentathlon

2/20/2005

Three men finished in the top 10 in the pentathlon in the New York State Championships on Sunday.[read more]



Tenth-Ranked Bears Down Women's Hoops

2/20/2005

Washington University, ranked 10th in both Division III polls this week, defeated the women's basketball team, 78-56, in St. Louis on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Win Streak Snapped by Washington

2/20/2005

The men's basketball team had its 10-game winning streak snapped when host Washington University posted a 62-59 victory in the WU Field House on Sunday.[read more]



Men's 4x800 Meter Relay Breaks School Record

2/19/2005

Rochetser's 4x800 meter relay broke a 19-year-old school record while competing at the Cornell Invitational last Saturday.[read more]



Field Performers Sparkle for Women at Cornell

2/19/2005

Using some dominating performances in the field events, the women’s indoor track and field team had a strong day at the Cornell Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Men Top Chicago; Hauben Breaks Rebound Mark

2/18/2005

Seth Hauben scored 28 points to lead the Yellowjackets to a 70-59 victory over the University of Chicago on Friday night.[read more]



Chicago Ends Women's Hoop Win Streak

2/18/2005

Homestanding Chicago posted a 70-61 victory Friday night to end Rochester's six game winning streak.[read more]



Seven Women's Basketball Players Named All-Academic

2/18/2005

Seven members of the Women's Basketball team have been named to the All-Academic team by the UAA.[read more]



Four Men's Basketball Players Earn All-Academic Honors

2/18/2005

Four members of the Men's Basketball team have been named to the All-Academic team by the UAA.[read more]



Women's Swimmers and Divers Earn All-Academic Honors

2/18/2005

Six members of the Women's Swimming & Diving team have been named to the All-Academic team by the UAA and the Liberty League.[read more]



Members of Men's Swimming & Diving Named All-Academic

2/18/2005

Three members of the Men's Swimming & Diving team have been named to the All-Academic team by the UAA and the Liberty League.[read more]



Women Swim Strongly at UAA Champs

2/17/2005

With four top-eight performances, solid relays, and strong diving contributions, the women's swimming and diving team finished sixth at the UAA Championships last weekend.[read more]



Men Swim to Record-Breaking Performances

2/17/2005

Rochester swimmers broke three school records at the UAA Championships last weekend in Chicago.[read more]



Springing Into 2005: Women's Lacrosse

2/16/2005

The Yellowjacket women’s lacrosse team is looking to build around a corps of veterans, particularly among the senior class, to achieve success in 2005.[read more]



Springing Into 2005: Softball

2/16/2005

With 10 veterans in place and a cast of talented newcomers, the University’s softball team is looking forward to the opening of the 2005 season.[read more]



Hauben On Academic All-District First Team

2/16/2005

Senior forward Seth Hauben is now a viable candidate for the Academic All-America team after being named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Academic All-District I Team.[read more]



Men Win Ninth Straight; Beat Brandeis, 76-67

2/13/2005

Seth Hauben earned his 15th double-double of the season with 24 points and 11 rebounds as the men's basketball team defeated Brandeis, 76-67, at the Palestra.[read more]



Rochester's Defense Stars in Win Over Brandeis

2/13/2005

The Yellowjackets held visiting Brandeis without a field goal for the first 17:31 of the second half and went on to a 61-42 victory at the Louis Alexander Palestra here today.[read more]



Women Defeat #11 NYU, 67-62; Win 5th Straight

2/12/2005

The women's basketball team used balanced scoring, tough defense, and clutch foul shooting to defeat 11th-ranked NYU at the Palestra Friday night.[read more]



Men Edge NYU, 57-55; Now 9-1 in UAA

2/12/2005

The men's basketball team improved to 9-1 in the UAA with a nail-biting 57-55 win over NYU at the Palestra on Friday night.[read more]



Men Break Two UR Marks and Hit NCAA Qualifier

2/12/2005

Rochester broke two school records and provisionally qualified a relay for the NCAA Division III Championships.[read more]



O'Brien Hits NCAA Qualifying Mark in 800

2/12/2005

Senior middle distance runner Kate O’Brien provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III National Championships on Saturday in the 800 meter run. [read more]



Women's 200 Free Relay is Top Eight at UAAs

2/10/2005

The women's 200 freestyle relay finished seventh at the UAA Championships being hosted by the University of Chicago.[read more]



Matt Seventh at UAA 500 Freestyle

2/10/2005

Rochester sophomore Craig Matt finished seventh in the 500 freestyle at the UAA Championships being hosted by the University of Chicago.[read more]



Squash Defeated by Hamilton

2/10/2005

The Yellowjacket squash team lost to Hamilton College, 6-3.[read more]



Swimmers In Chicago for UAA Championships

2/9/2005

Rochester's men's and women's swimming teams are in Chicago for the University Athletic Association Championships.[read more]



Krebbeks Nets Career High in OT Win

2/8/2005

Sophomore Megan Krebbeks scored a career high 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the women's basketball team to its fourth straight win.[read more]



No Radio for Women's BB at Ithaca

2/8/2005

The women's basketball game vs. Ithaca College is not being broadcast on WYSL 1040 AM Tuesday night.[read more]



Academics Drive the Success

2/7/2005

The academic concentrations of Rochester student-athletes are as varying as their backgrounds and their style of play.[read more]



Women's Track Sparkles in Syracuse

2/7/2005

The women’s indoor track and field team had a group of high quality performances at the Syracuse University Invitational on Sunday.[read more]



Tierney's 400 Record Earns an NCAA Spot

2/7/2005

Four outright victories – including an automatic NCAA qualifying time – highlighted the men’s indoor track and field team’s performance at the Syracuse University Invitational on Sunday.[read more]



Women Post Third Straight UAA Victory

2/6/2005

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Men Use Balance to Defeat CWRU, 84-50

2/6/2005

Four players scored in double figures as the men's basketball team won its seventh straight game.[read more]



Red Sox Nation Comes to the University

2/4/2005

On Monday, February 7, the University’s Office of Special Programs and ther Department of Athletics and Recreation are joining together to honor the last quarter-century's greatest sports event.[read more]



Men Rally to Overcome Emory at the Palestra

2/4/2005

Brendan McAllister made a career high seven three point goals as the Yellowjackets rallied to win their sixth straight game and 11th in the last 12.[read more]



Graham Leads 'Jackets to 79-50 win over Emory

2/4/2005

Jessie Graham had a career high 22 points and a record-tying 6 three-point goals to lead the 'Jackets to a 79-50 win over Emory University at the Palestra Friday night.[read more]



Matt Named UAA Swimmer of the Week

2/3/2005

Sophomore Craig Matt has been named the Men's Swimmer of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Scherry Named Liberty Lg. Rookie of the Week

2/3/2005

Freshman Danielle Scherry has been named the Women's Swimming and Diving Rookie of the Week in the Liberty League.[read more]



Hauben Named UAA Player of the Week

2/3/2005

Senior forward Seth Hauben has been named the Men's Basketball Player of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Coach's Corner - The Navy Quadrangular

2/3/2005

The match against Navy on Friday night was a good warmup for us[read more]



Women Shut Down Emory and Win, 58-36

1/30/2005

Sophomores Danielle Muller and Emily Lyons combined for 31 points off the bench to lead the University of Rochester to a 58-36 victory over host Emory University here.[read more]



Hauben, Juron Lead Late Rally Over Emory

1/30/2005

Seth Hauben and Jeff Juron combined for all the points in a 9-2 run down the stretch as the University of Rochester rallied for a 77-72 victory over host Emory University here.[read more]



Women Run to Second Place Finish at SLU

1/29/2005

The women’s indoor track and field team produced its best effort of the season on Saturday with a second place finish at the eight-team SLU Indoor Invitational hosted by St. Lawrence University.[read more]



Solid Effort for Men Against Ithaca Swimmers

1/29/2005

The men's swimming and diving team concluded its dual meet season with strong performances across the board in a loss at Ithaca College on Saturday.[read more]



Women Swim Past Ithaca

1/29/2005

The women's swimming and diving team won three of the last four events and defeated Ithaca College, 123-120 on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



BB Games At Emory Go 90 Minutes Later Sunday

1/29/2005

The winter storm in the Atlanta, GA area has dictated a time change for Rochester’s basketball doubleheader at Emory University on Sunday, January 30.[read more]



Men's Track & Field Second at SLU Invite

1/29/2005

With top three finishes in 10 events, the men’s indoor track and field team blazed to a second place finish at the SLU Indoor Invitational at St. Lawrence University on Saturday.[read more]



Case Rallies to Edge Yellowjacket Women

1/28/2005

Despite a career high 23 points from senior Ashley Latimer, the women's basketball team dropped a tough 65-57 decision at Case Western Reserve on Friday night.[read more]



Men Lead the UAA After Win at CWRU

1/28/2005

The men's basketball team is in first place in the UAA standings by itself after Friday night's 87-72 victory over Case Western Reserve University.[read more]



Strong Finish Propels Women in The Pool

1/28/2005

Women's swimming and diving team posted victories in four of the last five events and rolled to a victory over William Smith.[read more]



Strong Meet For Women At RIT Invitational

1/25/2005

In a very strong field of competitors, the Yellowjackets had 26 top-eight performances at the RIT Invitational last Saturday.[read more]



Tierney Breaks 500 Record For Men

1/25/2005

Junior Matt Tierney broke the University record in the 500 meter dash at the RIT Invitational last Saturday.[read more]



Rochester falls to Chicago in OT, 82-74

1/23/2005

The Yellowjacket Women's basketball team lost to the University of Chicago today at the Palestra, 82-74, in overtime play. [read more]



'Jackets go 2-0 in Men's BB UAA Weekend

1/23/2005

The Rochester Men's Basketball team topped the University of Chicago today at the Palestra, 64-52.[read more]



Women Swim Well vs. Fredonia, McMaster

1/22/2005

The women's swimming and diving team had a number of individual victories in a double dual meet against SUNY Fredonia and McMaster University of Ontario.[read more]



Men's Swimmers Strong in Last Home Meet

1/22/2005

The men's swimming and diving team produced many good performances in teh final home meet of the season on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



'Jackets topple Wash U, 71-63

1/21/2005

In front of a packed house at the Palestra, the Yellowjacket Men's basketball team toppled UAA rivals Washington University in St. Louis, 71-63.[read more]



'Jacket Men top Wash U, 71-63

1/21/2005

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'Jackets fall to Wash U, 59-50

1/21/2005

The Yellowjacket Women's Basketball Team fell to the Bears of Washington University in St. Louis on Friday night at the Palestra, 59-50[read more]



Squash Finishes Strong at Yale Invite

1/19/2005

The Yellowjacket squash team won its last two matches and produced a 2-4 record at Yale University last weekend.[read more]



Four Double Winners for Men in Loss at Case

1/15/2005

Four individuals were double winners for the men's swimming and diving team in a 132-105 loss to Case Western Reserve on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Earn Seventh Swimming Win

1/15/2005

The women's swimming and diving team won its seventh meet of the season with a 132-111 victory at Case Western Reserve on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Six Individual Wins for W. Track at UR Invite

1/15/2005

There was plenty of enthusiasm and strong performances among the women's indoor track and field team at the UR Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Men's Indoor Invitational Produces an NCAA Qualifier

1/15/2005

Andrew Wunder provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III indoor track championships in the weight throw on Saturday at the UR Indoor Invitational.[read more]



'Jackets Second at Chase As Fisher Wins

1/15/2005

The women’s basketball team finished second in the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament after a 72-56 loss to top-seeded St. John Fisher College.[read more]



'Jacket Men Down Nazareth; Finish 3rd in Chase

1/15/2005

Rochester sank a season's high 15 three-point goals and rolled to a 90-52 victory over Nazareth College in the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament.[read more]



Three-Point Barrage Helps RIT Top Men, 66-58

1/14/2005

The men's basketball team will play for third place in the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament after a 66-58 loss to RIT in the semifinals.[read more]



Women Top Roberts to Advance to Chase Final

1/13/2005

The women's basketball team played one of its best games of the season has clinched a berth in the JPMorgan Chase Tournament Championship Game.[read more]



Men Rally Past Geneseo in Chase Quarters

1/12/2005

Seth Hauben and Brendan McAllister combined for 25 second half points as the men's basketball team rallied for a 77-60 victory over SUNY Geneseo in the JPMorgan Chase Tournament quarterfinals.[read more]



Women Top RIT in Chase QFs, 64-38

1/11/2005

The women's basketball team moved into the semifinals of the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Basketball Tournament with a 64-38 victory over RIT at St. John Fisher College on Tuesday night.[read more]



Men's Chase Opener Is Not on WYSL

1/9/2005

The men's basketball team's opening round game in the JPMorgan Chase Basketball Tournament will not be broadcast on WYSL 1040AM.[read more]



No Radio for Women's Chase Game vs. RIT

1/9/2005

Rochester will have to win its JPMorgan Chase Quarterfinal Game on Tuesday night for the Yellowjackets to be heard on radio.[read more]



Women's Rally Falls Short at NYU

1/9/2005

The women's basketball team staged a furious second half rally before falling to NYU, 71-61, in New York City on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Men Improve to 9-2, 2-1 UAA; Win at NYU

1/9/2005

Seth Hauben scored 23 points and Gabe Perez added 12 as the men's basketball team defeated New York University, 52-49, at the Coles Sports Center in New York City.[read more]



Men Edge Brandeis for First UAA Win

1/7/2005

Ryan Mee sank a go-ahead three point goal with 1:05 to play and visiting Rochester made three free throws in the final 22 seconds to clinch a 64-63 victory over host Brandeis.[read more]



Brandeis Downs 'Jacket Women

1/7/2005

Host Brandeis University held the visiting Yellowjackets to 23% shooting in the second half and pulled away for the victory.[read more]



Big Second Half Pushes Men Over RIT

1/4/2005

A strong defense and solid rebounding advantage fueled the men's basketball team in the second half to a 77-62 victory over RIT at the Palestra.[read more]



Women Defeat RIT, 66-55

1/4/2005

Fueled by a career high 17 points from Emily Bango, the women's basketball team defeated RIT, 66-55, at the Palestra on Tuesday night.[read more]



Micklos Earns Third All-America Honor

12/17/2004

Junior striker Nate Micklos has earned his third All-America honor since the end of the 2004 season.[read more]



Women's Swimming Tops RIT for 6th Win

12/11/2004

The women’s swimming and diving team closed out the first semester with a 143-86 victory over RIT at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Center on Saturday.[read more]



Men's Swimmers Take 5 Races vs RIT

12/11/2004

The men’s swimming and diving team won five individual events in a dual meet with RIT to wrap up the first semester of competition.[read more]



Micklos Named Second Team All-American

12/10/2004

For the second consecutive year, Nate Micklos has been named an All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.[read more]



Visiting Union Edges Women in OT at Palestra

12/9/2004

Kelly Wescott made a dramatic gametying layup to force overtime, but visiting Union prevailed in the extra period.[read more]



Dermody, Gibbons Named All-ECAC

12/9/2004

Juniors Michael Dermody and Nate Gibbons have been named First Team All-ECAC Division III Northwest in football.[read more]



'Jackets Topple Hobart in Final Pre-Holiday Game

12/8/2004

Jon Onyiriuka and Seth Hauben combined for 33 points and 23 rebounds to lead the men's basketball team to a 69-55 victory over visiting Hobart College at the Palestra Wednesday night.[read more]



Women Pull Away to Defeat William Smith

12/7/2004

Four players contributed to a 10-2 run to open the second half as the Yellowjackets pulled away for a 63-50 victory over William Smith College at the Palestra.[read more]



Multiple Event Scorers Aid Women at Liberty Champs

12/6/2004

With multiple scorers in a number of events, the women’s swimming and diving team produced perhaps its best finish ever at the Liberty League championships.[read more]



Lots of Contributions for Men's Swimming

12/6/2004

The Yellowjacket men’s swimming and diving team finished a strong fourth at the Liberty League championships this year thanks to many contributions from many individuals.[read more]



Netmen Defeated by F&M

12/6/2004

The squash team lost its home opener, 8-1, to Franklin & Marshall College on Saturday at the Goergen Center.[read more]



Four Men Reap All-NSCAA Honors

12/6/2004

Four members of the men's soccer team have been named to the NSCAA/adidias All-New York Region team in balloting of head coaches.[read more]



Men Topped by Carnegie Mellon, 78-71

12/4/2004

Homestanding Carnegie Mellon shot 65% from the floor in the second half and defeated the Yellowjackets, 78-71, on Saturday.[read more]



Women Show Balance in Track Opener

12/4/2004

The women’s track and field team got the indoor season off to a good start at a four-team meet in the Goergen Center fieldhouse on Saturday.[read more]



Women Open UAA Season With Victory at CMU

12/4/2004

The women's basketball team opened its UAA season with a 68-51 victory over Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.[read more]



Men Do Well at Indoor Track Opener

12/4/2004

Andrew Wunder picked up where he left off last year in a four-team indoor track and field meet in the Goergen Field House on Saturday.[read more]



Squash Enthusiasm High As Opener Arrives

12/4/2004

Heading into its home opener on Saturday vs. Franklin & Marshall College, the squash team is enthuastic and highly-skilled.[read more]



Scherry Named Liberty Rookie of the Year

12/3/2004

Freshman Danielle Scherry, who won two events outright, was named the Liberty League women's Rookie of the Year on Saturday night.[read more]



Men's Swimmers Fourth at LL Champs

12/3/2004

The men's swimming and diving team finished fourth overall in the final scoring for events in the Liberty League Championships held at Hamilton College.[read more]



Men Use Balance to Top Elmira

12/1/2004

With four players scoring in double figures, the men's basketball team defeated Elmira, 78-50, at the Palestra on Wednesday night.[read more]



Galloway Named First Team Academic All-American

12/1/2004

Senior offensive tackle Justin Galloway has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America College Division First Team for football.[read more]



Loveless Named Academic All-American!

12/1/2004

Liz Loveless has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Second Team Academic All-America College Division Women's Volleyball Team.[read more]



Women Defeat Elmira, 74-51

11/30/2004

Four players scored in double figures as the women's basketball team defeated Elmira, 74-51, ont he road Tuesday night.[read more]



Charnow Named First Team All-New York State

11/30/2004

Senior defender Erin Charnow was named First Team All-New York State in field hockey by the NYSWCAA.[read more]



Charnow, Davies Are All-Region in Field Hockey

11/30/2004

Senior Erin Charnow and sophomore Heidi Davies have earned All-Region honors from the National Field Hockey Coaches Association of America.[read more]



Johnson, Loveless All-UAA in Volleyball

11/30/2004

Sophomore outside hitter Susan Johnson and senior setter Liz Loveless have been named All-UAA in volleyball.[read more]



Wescott Named UAA Player of the Week

11/30/2004

Senior forward Kelly Wescott is this week's Women's Basketball Player of the Week in the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Hauben Named First UAA Men's BB Player of Week

11/30/2004

Seth Hauben picked up where he left off as a junior, earning Player of the Week honors in the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Five Earn All-Liberty Honors on Gridiron

11/29/2004

Five Yellowjackets have earned All-Liberty League honors for their football skills in 2004.[read more]



Cold-Shooting Plagues Men in Loss

11/28/2004

The men's basketball team lost the championship game of Holiday Inn Airport Invitational, 72-67, to Wisconsin-Superior. [read more]



Wescott Tops 1,000 Pts. As Women Win

11/28/2004

Kelly Wescott broke the 1,000-career point plateau as the women's basketball team defeated Hartwick at the Palestra.[read more]



Men Reach Holiday Inn Airport Final

11/27/2004

Four players scored in double figures as the men's basketball team defeated Clarkson University, 79-57, Saturday night in the first round of the Holiday Inn Airport Invitational.[read more]



Six Honored by Phi Beta Kappa Chapter

11/24/2004

Six members of the Class of 2007 representing four intercollegiate sports have been named as winners of the Iota Book Award for outstanding academic achievement in their freshman year.[read more]



Men Top Nazareth in Battle of 2-0 Teams

11/23/2004

The men's basketball team ran its record to 3-0 with a 76-53 victory over Nazareth College at the Palestra on Tuesday night.[read more]



Micklos Named Academic All-American

11/22/2004

Junior striker Nate Micklos has been named a Second Team ESPN Academic All-American in men's soccer.[read more]



Hauben Powers Men to Resler Win

11/21/2004

Tournament MVP Seth Hauben scored 25 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead the men's basketball team to a 75-61 victory over Stevens Tech in the Chuck Resler Tournament at the Palestra.[read more]



No. 1 Bowdoin Tops W. Basketball

11/20/2004

Top-ranked Bowdoin College defeated the Yellowjackets, 61-46, in the championship game of the Chuck Resler Tournament at the Palestra on Saturday evening.[read more]



M. Basketball Tops Fredonia State, 84-56

11/19/2004

The Men's Basketball team opened their season with an 84-56 win over Fredonia State in the opening round of the Chuck Resler Tournament tonight at the Palestra.[read more]



W. Basketball Beat Geneseo in Resler Semis

11/19/2004

The Yellowjacket Women's Basketball team opened their season with a win over SUNY-Geneseo in the first round of the Chuck Resler Tournament.[read more]



Four Named All-UAA in W. Soccer

11/17/2004

Four Yellowjackets have earned All-Association honors in women's soccer from the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Micklos, Burgasser Earn Top UAA Honors

11/17/2004

Junior striker Nate Micklos and freshman goalkeeper Jack Burgasser have been named the Player of the Year and the Rookie of the Year for men's soccer in the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Women Strive to Play at Highest Level

11/16/2004

The women's basketball team is ranked fifth nationally in two pre-season polls.[read more]



Men Must Manage Time and the Game

11/16/2004

The men's basketball team heads into the season highly ranked in several pre-season polls.[read more]



Men's Soccer Wins ECAC Championship

11/14/2004

For the fifth consecutive year the Yellowjackets are the ECAC Upstate Soccer Champions. Rochester topped SUNY Plattsburgh 2-0 in today's championship game here in Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men's Swimmers Topped by Union

11/13/2004

The men's swimming and diving team lost to Union College, 137-105, at the Speegle Wilbraham Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Splash to Fourth Win

11/13/2004

With six individual wins and one relay triumph, the women's swimming and diving team defeated Union College, 133-109, at the Speegle Wilbraham Aquatic Center on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Great Race for Women's XC at Regionals

11/13/2004

With six of the top seven runners combining for a seven-minute improvement, the women's cross country team produced a strong ninth place finish at the NCAA Atlantic Regional Championships.[read more]



Union Tops W. Soccer in ECAC Semis

11/13/2004

Homestanding Union College defeated the women's soccer team, 3-1, on Saturday afternoon in the ECAC Upstate NY Championships.[read more]



Men's Soccer in ECAC Title Match vs. Plattsburgh

11/13/2004

The men's soccer team defeated St. John Fisher, 2-0, at Fauver Stadium Saturday afternoon to move into the ECAC Upstate NY Championship Match against SUNY Plattsburgh.[read more]



Spikers Finish Second at ECACs

11/13/2004

The women's volleyball team finished second at the ECAC Championships after a 3-1 loss to host RIT in the title match.[read more]



Record-Breaking Day for Molisani in Loss

11/13/2004

Junior quarterback Aaron Molisani broke single-season record and tied another but the Yellowjackets lost, 41-20, to Hobart College in the season finale.[read more]



Men Blaze to 7th Place Finish at XC Regionals

11/13/2004

With all seven runners setting personal bests, the men's cross country team blazed to a seventh place finish out of 31 schools at the NCAA Atlantic Regional Championships in Canton, NY.[read more]



M. Swimmers Beat SLU, Now 2-2

11/12/2004

The men's swiming and diving team evened its record at 2-2 with a 144-83 victory over St. Lawrence on Friday night at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Center.[read more]



W. Swimming beats SLU, Now 3-1

11/12/2004

The women's swimming and diving team improved to 3-1 with a 123-87 victory over St. Lawrence in the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Center on Friday evening.[read more]



W. Soccer Advances to ECAC Semifinals

11/10/2004

Portia Bridges and Ashley VanVechten each scored a goal and the Yellowjacket defense limited Skidmore to only two shots in a 2-0 victory in the ECAC Northeast Regional Quarterfinals.[read more]



Volleyball Seeded Second in ECAC Champs

11/8/2004

Rochester’s women’s volleyball team will make its second consecutive appearance in the ECAC Upstate New York playoffs.[read more]



Women's Soccer Selected for ECACs

11/8/2004

The women’s soccer team has been selected to participate in the ECAC Northeast Regional Championships for the third consecutive year.[read more]



Men Named Top Seed in ECAC Playoffs

11/8/2004

The men’s soccer team has been selected as the top seed for the ECAC Northeast Regional Championships.[read more]



Micklos Ties Scoring Record

11/6/2004

Junior forward Nate Micklos scored three goals Saturday night to tie a 40-year-old school record for goalscoring prowess.[read more]



Men's Swimmers Defeated by Geneseo

11/6/2004

The men's swimming and diving team received some strong performances in a 125-102 loss at SUNY Geneseo on Saturday.[read more]



Women's Soccer Blanks CWRU, 3-0

11/6/2004

The women's soccer team wrapped up the regular season on a high note with a 3-0 victory over Case Western Reserve at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Edged by Geneseo

11/6/2004

The women's swimming and diving team dropped a narrow 122-121 decision at SUNY Geneseo on Saturday.[read more]



Men Storm to Fifth Place Finish at States

11/6/2004

The men's cross country team finished fifth out of 15 schools at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championships at Letchworth State Park on Saturday.[read more]



WXC Is Seventh at State Championships

11/6/2004

The women's cross country team finished seventh out of 16 at the New York State Collegiate Track Conference championships at Letchworth State Park on Saturday.[read more]



RPI Spoils Football's Senior Day

11/6/2004

Despite a strong effort early, the Yellowjackets were outlasted by RPI 28-14 on Senior Day.[read more]



'Jackets Finish Fifth at UAA Volleyball

11/6/2004

ATLANTA - The women's volleyball team defeated Chicago, 3-2, to claim fifth place at the University Athletic Association championshps here.[read more]



Loveless, Johnson Get Career Highs at UAAs

11/5/2004

ATLANTA - Senior setter Liz Loveless and sophomore hitter Susan Johnson posted career highs in a five-game win over Brandeis in the last of the pool play matches at the UAA Championships here.[read more]



Four Earn Liberty League Field Hockey Honors

11/5/2004

Four Yellowjackets have been named All-Liberty League in field hockey as selected by the league's head coaches.[read more]



Loveless, Johnson Named All-State in VB

11/3/2004

Senior setter Liz Loveless and sophomore hitter Susan Johnson have been named to the All-New York State team by the women's volleyball coaches of the New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic Association.[read more]



Scherry Named Liberty Rookie of the Week

11/3/2004

Freshman Danielle Scherry has been named the Women's Swimming Rookie of the Week by the Liberty League.[read more]



Elton Earns Liberty League Diving Honor

11/3/2004

Junior Ted Elton has been named the Liberty League Men's Diver of the Week. [read more]



Johnson Reaps Two Volleyball Honors

11/3/2004

Sophomore hitter Susan Johnson has reaped two honors for her skills on the volleyball court this week.[read more]



Springer Named UAA Defensive Player of the Week

11/3/2004

For the third time this season, graduate student Mike Springer has been chosen as the Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Leitch Named UAA Defensive Player of the Week

11/3/2004

Freshman goalkeeper Molly Leitch was named the Defensive Player of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Men's Soccer Tops 10th-ranked Chicago

10/31/2004

The Yellowjackets handed Chicago their first UAA loss of the season with a 3-2 victory this afternoon at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women's Soccer Falls in 2OT

10/31/2004

Chicago scored midway through the second overtime to end a scoreless deadlock and defeat the Yellowjackets 1-0 here in Fauver Stadium this afternoon.[read more]



Volleyball Finishes Fifth at States

10/31/2004

The women's volleyball team defeated SUNY Brockport, 3-0, to claim fifth place at the New York State Championships.[read more]



Men Defeat Brockport for First Swim Triumph

10/30/2004

The men's swimming and diving team claimed its first win of the season with a 132-98 victory over SUNY Brockport at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Complex on Saturday.[read more]



Women Outswim Brockport, 129-79

10/30/2004

The women's swimming and diving team posted its second straight victory this season by defeating SUNY Brockport, 129-79, at the Speegle-Wilbraham Aquatic Complex.[read more]



Gridders Run Past Coast Guard, 37-9

10/30/2004

The Yellowjackets put together a strong ground attack and rolled to a 37-9 victory over the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT on Saturday.[read more]



Field Hockey Topped by Oneonta in Finale

10/30/2004

The field hockey team lost its regular season finale, 6-3, to SUNY Oneonta on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Men's XC Runs Eighth at UAA Champs

10/30/2004

The men's cross country team finished eighth at the University Athletic Association Cross Country Championships at Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Women Run Fifth at UAA XC Champs

10/30/2004

With all five runners separated by a mere 21 seconds, the women's cross country team finished fifth at the University Athletic Association championships in Genesee Valley Park.[read more]



Ithaca Beats Spikers in State Quarters

10/30/2004

The women's volleyball team lost to Ithaca College, 3-1, in the quarterfinal round of the New York State Volleyball Championships at SUNY Cortland on Saturday evening.[read more]



'Jackets and Bears Duel to 0-0 Tie in 2 OTs

10/29/2004

The UAA championship race became a little cloudier after the men's soccer team battled Washington to a 0-0 tie in double OT.[read more]



Washington Nips Women's Soccer, 1-0

10/29/2004

Washington University scored late in the first half and made it stand up for a 1-0 victory over the women's soccer team at Fauver Stadium on Friday night.[read more]



Spikers Beat Nazareth 3-1 on Senior Night

10/27/2004

In their final regular season appearance, the three Yellowjacket seniors went out with a bang as the women's volleyball team defeated Nazareth, 3-1.[read more]



Field Hockey falls in OT

10/26/2004

The Field Hockey team fell to Houghton College tonight, 1-0 in overtime.[read more]



Wilson named Liberty Offensive Player of the Week

10/26/2004

Revay Wilson has been named the Liberty League's Offensive Player of the Week in field hockey.[read more]



Cahan Named Liberty Rookie of the Week

10/26/2004

Freshman goaltender Rachel Cahan has been named the Liberty League Rookie of the Week.[read more]



Gromer Named Liberty's Swimmer of Week

10/26/2004

Karen Gromer is picking up where she left off last year - winning honors for her swimming skills.[read more]



Maxwell Earns Liberty Swim Honor

10/26/2004

Senior Pete Maxwell has been named the Men's Co-Swimmer of the Week in the Liberty League.[read more]



Women Shut Out RPI for Ninth Win

10/26/2004

The women's soccer team grabbed its ninth win of the season with a 3-0 victory at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Spikers Seeded 6th in State Tourney

10/25/2004

The women's volleyball team is seeded sixth out of 12 for the New York State Championship Tournament this weekend.[read more]



Men's Soccer Defeats Elmira, 6-0

10/23/2004

The Yellowjackets took control from the start and defeated Elmira College, 6-0, at Fauver Stadium on Saturday night.[read more]



Women's Soccer Wins in 2 OTs

10/23/2004

Emily Urbanczyk scored on a penalty kick 54 seconds into the second sudden death overtime to give the Yellowjackets a 2-1 victory over SUNY Cortland on the road Saturday.[read more]



'Jackets Blank Vassar, 1-0

10/23/2004

Rochester completed its Liberty League season on a high note with a 1-0 victory over Vassar College in Poughkeepsie on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Gridders Toppled at WPI, 34-10

10/23/2004

The Yellowjacket football team saw its two-game win streak snapped when WPI posted a 34-10 victory in Worcester, MA on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Field Hockey Defeated by RPI

10/22/2004

Rensselaer scored four goals in a nine-minute span late in the match to defeat the Yellowjackets, 4-2, in field hockey on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Men 21st in Div. 3 Soccer Poll

10/21/2004

The men's soccer team is ranked 21st in Division III this week in the NSCAA/adidas national poll.[read more]



Charnow Selected for North-South Game

10/21/2004

Defender Erin Charnow has been chosen to compete in the 2004 NFHCA Division III North South Senior All-Star Game.[read more]



Women's Soccer Edges Nazareth, 2-1

10/20/2004

Freshman Darby Grant scored one goal and set up another as the women's soccer team defeated Nazareth, 2-1, in Pittsford on Saturday.[read more]



Wilson's Hat Trick Tops Ithaca

10/20/2004

Revay Wilson scored three goals to lead the Yellowjackets to a 5-1 victory over Ithaca in field hockey on Tuesday.[read more]



Spikers Beat Fredonia for 18th Win

10/19/2004

The women's volleyball team defeated SUNY Fredonia, 3-0, on the road Tuesday night to claim its 18th victory of the season.[read more]



Fletcher Honored By Liberty League

10/19/2004

Sophomore Celinda Fletcher is this week's Offensive Player of the Week in field hockey as announced by the Liberty League.[read more]



Rochester Duo Wins Can-Am Doubles Title

10/19/2004

Rochester’s women’s tennis team captured one championship and played in two other finals at the Can-Am Invitational hosted by Niagara University last weekend.[read more]



Men's Tennis Reaches Three Can-Am Finals

10/19/2004

The men’s tennis team played for three championships and captured one in the Can-Am Invitational hosted by Niagara University last weekend.[read more]



Golfers Fifth at W&J Invitational

10/18/2004

The golf team finished fifth out of 10 teams at the Southpointe Invitational hosted by Washington & Jefferson College.[read more]



Men's Soccer Knots Emory; Stays in the Hunt

10/17/2004

The men's soccer team stayed in the hunt for the UAA championship after battling to a 1-1 double overtime tie at Emory University on Sunday.[read more]



Late Emory Goal Foils Women's Soccer

10/17/2004

Emory University scored with less than three minutes to play to pull out a 1-0 victory over the women's soccer team.[read more]



Spikers Lose to NYU and CMU at UAAs

10/17/2004

The women's volleyball team finished the UAA Round Robin with a 2-5 record after losing to top-ranked NYU and Carnegie Mellon on Sunday.[read more]



Women's Swimmers Roll Past RPI

10/16/2004

The women's swimming and diving team launched its 2004-05 season with a rousing victory at Renssealer on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Men's Swimmers Topped By RPI

10/16/2004

The men's swimming and diving team lost its season opener at Rensselaer on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Grab Third Place at XC Invite

10/16/2004

The women’s cross country team finished a strong third out of 11 at its own UR Invitational at Genesee Valley Park on Saturday.[read more]



Men Are 4th in XC Invitational

10/16/2004

With three nationally-ranked teams in the race, Rochester produced a strong fourth place finish at its annual UR Men’s Cross Country Invitational at Genesee Valley Park on Saturday.[read more]



Spikers Lose to Emory and Chicago at UAAs

10/16/2004

The women's volleyball team lost, 3-0, to Emory and Chicago at the second UAA Round Robin being hosted in Chicago this weekend.[read more]



Field Hockey Defeats Wells, 5-1

10/16/2004

Celinda Fletcher scored one goal and set up two others as the field hockey team defeated Wells College, 5-1.[read more]



Men Knot CMU 1-1 in Double OT

10/15/2004

The men's soccer team battled to a 1-1 tie in double overtime against Carnegie Mellon University on Friday.[read more]



Women Fall to CMU in Soccer

10/15/2004

The women's soccer team eight-game unbeaten streak came to an end Friday night with a loss at Carnegie Mellon University.[read more]



Garnishes Honored for Dedication to the University

10/15/2004

Doctors John and Richard Garnish, part of a long family tradition at the University, were recognized for their support and dedication to the University's athletic program.[read more]



Big Field for Women's XC Race

10/15/2004

One of the largest - and perhaps best - fields in recent years will be competing in the Rochester Women's Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Three Ranked Squads at Men's XC Meet Saturday

10/15/2004

Three nationally-ranked teams, two from Division III, will be competing in the UR Men's Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Heating Up the Winter: Women's Swimming & Diving Preview

10/15/2004

With a multitude of veterans back from a strong team last season, the women's swimming and diving team is excited about the coming season.[read more]



Heating Up the Winter: Men's Swimming & Diving Preview

10/15/2004

With strong leadership from the captains, a group of seasoned veterans, and a good freshman class, the men's swimming and diving team looks forward to 2004-05.[read more]



Bhattacharya Finishes Sixth at ITAs

10/14/2004

Senior Partha Bhattacharya finished sixth in singles at the Wilson/ITA Small College Championships in Fort Myers, FL.[read more]



Loveless Breaks Career Assist Record in Home Win

10/13/2004

Senior setter Liz Loveless became the all-time assist leader at Rochester in a 3-1 victory over Geneseo in the Palestra on Wednesday night.[read more]



Women's Hoop Coaches Clinic Set

10/13/2004

Pre-registration is now available for the University of Rochester’s Women’s Basketball Coaches Clinic.[read more]



Burgasser Named UAA Player of the Week

10/12/2004

Freshman goalkeeper Jack Burgasser has been named the Player of the Week in men's soccer by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Vogt Named UAA Player of the Week

10/12/2004

Senior middle blocker Kristin Vogt has been named the UAA Women's Volleyball Player of the Week.[read more]



Morrison Named UAA Player of the Week

10/12/2004

Freshman Laura Morrison has been named the UAA Offensive Player of the Week for women's soccer.[read more]



Men Now 16th in Division III Poll

10/12/2004

Two shutouts have pushed the men's soccer team up seven spots in the Division III poll this week.[read more]



Women Break into Top 25 Poll

10/12/2004

The women's soccer team is back in a familiar spot - ranked among the best in the nation.[read more]



Dermody Named Defensive Player of the Week

10/12/2004

Junior cornerback Michael Dermody has been named the Defensive Player of the Week in the Liberty League for the week ending October 9.[read more]



Golfers Tie for First at Fisher/Naz Shootout

10/11/2004

The golf team finished tied for first at the nine-team St. John Fisher/Nazareth Fall Shootout.[read more]



Vassar Upholds Its Number One Tennis Seed

10/10/2004

Vassar, Skidmore, St. Lawrence, and RPI all won at the Liberty League women's tennis championships being hosted by the University of Rochester.[read more]



Big Second Half Leads to Win Over NYU

10/10/2004

The women's soccer team poured in four goals in a 13-minute span in the second half and defeated NYU, 4-2, in New York City on Sunday afternoon.[read more]



Vassar, Hamilton Meet for LL Title

10/9/2004

Top-seeded Vassar College and third-seeded Hamilton College will meet for the Liberty League women’s tennis championship on Sunday, October 10, at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Field Hockey Falls to Union

10/9/2004

Union College scored goals 13 minutes apart late in the second half and defeated the Yellowjackets in field hockey, 3-1, on Saturday. [read more]



Men's Soccer Knots NYU in 2 OT

10/9/2004

The men's soccer team battled to a 0-0 tie through two overtimes at NYU on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Football Prevails over Kings Point

10/9/2004

After not playing at home last year on Meliora Weekend, Rochester made this one count with a 38-6 win over the United States Merchant Marine Academy.[read more]



Volleyball Is 2-0 at Elmira Round Robin

10/9/2004

The women's volleyball team defeated Elmira College, 3-0, and SUNY Potsdam, 3-0, at the Elmira College Round Robin over the weekend.[read more]



Skidmore Edges F Hockey in 2 OTs

10/9/2004

Sixteenth-ranked Skidmore College scored early in the second sudden death period to defeat the Yellowjackets, 2-1, in field hockey on Friday evening.[read more]



Late Goal Fuels W. Soccer Win

10/7/2004

Emily Urbanczyk scored on a direct kick with 5:19 to play to lift the Yellowjackets to a 2-1 victory at SUNY Geneseo on Thursday afternoon.[read more]



Field Hockey tops Geneseo, 4-3 in Penalty Strokes

10/6/2004

It took 100 minutes of play and 2 series of penalty strokes, but the 'Jacket field hockey squad topped Geneseo tonight, 4-3, at Fauver Stadium.,[read more]



Women Defeat Nazareth in Tennis

10/5/2004

Rochester won five of six singles matches and defeated Nazareth, 6-3, in women's tennis on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Buffalo State

10/5/2004

The women's volleyball team improved to 14-5 with a 3-0 victory at Buffalo State College on Tuesday night.[read more]



Loveless Named NYS Player of the Week

10/5/2004

Senior setter Liz Loveless, who went over the 4,000-career assist plateau last week, has been named the Women's Volleyball Player of the Week by the New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic Association.[read more]



Men's Soccer Blanks RIT

10/5/2004

Nate Micklos set up the first goal and scored the second as the men's soccer team defeated RIT, 3-0, in Henrietta Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Golf Second at ECAC Championships

10/3/2004

The golf team finished in second place out of 18 schools at the ECAC Division III Championships on Sunday.[read more]



'Jackets Top Brandeis in Men's Soccer

10/2/2004

The Yellowjackets scored once in each half to claim a 2-0 men's soccer victory over Brandeis University at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



W. Soccer Opens UAA Season With Victory

10/2/2004

The Yellowjacket women’s soccer team opened up their University Athletic Association season in impressive fashion with a 3-1 victory over Brandeis University here in Fauver Stadium this evening.[read more]



Spikers 2-1 in UAA Round Robin

10/2/2004

The women's volleyball team is tied for third place with Emory after the first of two scheduled UAA Round Robin Tournaments.[read more]



Men Finish Fourth At Solid Geneseo XC Invite

10/2/2004

With two men in the top 17 finishers, the men's cross country team blazed to a fourth place finish at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Football Evens up Liberty League Record

10/2/2004

Despite rainy and windy conditions which at times made things difficult, junior quarterback Aaron Molisani cooly led Rochester to a 38-7 win over St. Lawrence.[read more]



WXC Runs Well at Geneseo Invite

10/2/2004

The women's cross country team finished a strong fourth out of 13 teams at the SUNY Geneseo Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.[read more]



Hartwick Tops Field Hockey

10/2/2004

Eighth-ranked Hartwick scored two second half goals to pull away for a 3-0 field hockey victory at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Herons Top Yellowjackjets for Liberty Lead

9/30/2004

William Smith College edged ahead in the Liberty League field hockey race by defeating the Yellowjackets, 4-1, in Geneva on Thursday night.[read more]



Goodridge Named Liberty Rookie of the Week

9/30/2004

Freshman Steve Goodridge has been named the Liberty League Rookie of the Week for golf.[read more]



Trio Selected As UAA Athletes of the Week

9/30/2004

The three men's tennis players who won ITA Regional titles last weekened have been named Athletes of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Plewniak Named Liberty Rookie of Week

9/30/2004

Freshman Kari Plewniak has been named the Liberty League Rookie of the Week in field hockey.[read more]



Spikers Drop Close Match at Ithaca

9/28/2004

The women's volleyball team lost, 3-0 in three tight games, at Ithaca College on Tuesday evening.[read more]



Women's Soccer Tied by Oswego

9/28/2004

SUNY Oswego scored a late second half goal and tied the Yellowjackets, 1-1, in Oswego on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Field Hockey Defeats Brockport

9/28/2004

The field hockey team won its fourth straight game, 2-1, at SUNY Brockport on Tuesday afternoon.[read more]



Hulchanski Honored by UAA

9/27/2004

Junior goalkeeper Adrianne Hulchanski was named the Defensive Player of the Week by the University Athletic Association.[read more]



Men Sweep Regional ITA Tennis Crowns

9/26/2004

Senior Partha Bhattachrya and two freshmen - Thanos Kantarelis and Eric Hansen - won the Wilson/ITA Northeast Regional Championships at Vassar College on Sunday.[read more]



Ithaca Defeats Men's Soccer, 5-1

9/25/2004

Homestanding Ithaca College scored two first half goals enroute to a 5-1 victory over the men's soccer program on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



Women Sixth in Solid SLU Field

9/25/2004

The women's cross country team held its own in a strong regional field at the St. Lawrence Ronald C. Hoffman race on Saturday.[read more]



Men's XC Fifth in Strong Regional Test

9/25/2004

The men's cross country team produced a good finish in a strong early season regional test at St. Lawrence.[read more]



Union Wins High Scoring Grid Battle

9/25/2004

Junior Nate Gibbons returned two kickoffs for touchdowns but the Yellowjackets lost, 50-36, at Union College on Saturday.[read more]



'Jackets Top Saints in Field Hockey

9/25/2004

Kristy Johnson scored one goal and set up two more as the Yellowjackets defeated St. Lawrence, 4-1, in field hockey on Saturday afternoon at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men's Tennis Storming Through ITAs

9/24/2004

Five singles players and all three doubles teams have advanced two rounds in the ITA Northeast Region Championships at Vassar College.[read more]



One Woman Advances in ITAs

9/24/2004

Freshman Colleen Cross advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA Northeast Regional Championships being hosted by William Smith College.[read more]



Field Hockey Wins Liberty Opener

9/24/2004

The field hockey team opened its Liberty League season with a victory, defeating Hamilton College, 5-0, at Fauver Stadium on Friday afternoon.[read more]



Hitters Lead 3-1 Win Over Fisher

9/23/2004

Rochester's front line dominated in the last three games as the women's volleyball team defeated St. John Fisher, 3-1, at the Palestra Tuesday night.[read more]



Golfers Qualify for ECACs

9/23/2004

With four men breaking 80, the golf team qualified for the ECAC Championhips next weekend.[read more]



Trotta Named Asst. WBB Coach

9/23/2004

Courtney Trotta, who played in the national championship game last season, has been named an assistant women's basketball coach.[read more]



W. Soccer Tops R.I.T. 2-0

9/22/2004

The Rochester women’s soccer team earned their fourth consecutive shutout victory Wednesday night with a 2-0 win over R.I.T[read more]



Danielle Herring Named Swimming & Diving Coach

9/22/2004

Danielle D. Herring has been named the head swimming and diving coach at the University of Rochester.[read more]



Men's Soccer Edged by Roberts

9/21/2004

The men's soccer team lost its first of the year on Tuesday night, 2-1, at Roberts Wesleyan College.[read more]



Spikers Edged by RIT

9/21/2004

Visiting RIT defeated Rochester in women's volleyball, 3-2, at the Palestra on Tuesday night.[read more]



Field Hockey Edges Elmira 3-2 in OT

9/21/2004

Freshman Kari Plewniak scored 4:12 into the first sudden death overtime as the field hockey team won at Elmira, 3-2.[read more]



Men Up to Third in D3 Poll

9/21/2004

The men's soccer team has risen to number three nationally in the September 21st Division III poll.[read more]



Bielecki Named Liberty Player of the Week

9/21/2004

Freshman running back Matt Bielecki has been named the Offensive Player of the Week by the Liberty League.[read more]



Corey Honored by Liberty for Kicking Role

9/21/2004

Freshman placekicker Rob Corey has been named the Special Teams Player of the Week in the Liberty League.[read more]



Michael Named NY State Runner of the Week

9/21/2004

Junior Christina Michael has been named the Runner of the Week by the New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic Association.[read more]



Goodridge Earns Three Honors

9/21/2004

Freshman Steve Goodridge has earned three honors for his play at the Williams Invitational last weekend.[read more]



W. Tennis Falls to Ithaca

9/20/2004

The women's tennis team lost to Ithaca College, 6-3.[read more]



Men Claim Flower City Tennis Title

9/20/2004

The men's tennis team defeated RIT, 7-0, on Sunday to win the Flower City Tennis Championship.[read more]



Golf Wins Williams Invitational

9/19/2004

The golf team claimed one of its biggest victories in recent years by winning the 23-team Williams College Invitational on Sunday.[read more]



Field Hockey Edged by Utica

9/19/2004

Rochester forced overtime with no time on the clock, but visiting Utica scored late in the second OT to pull out a 3-2 victory.[read more]



Men's Soccer Defeats Hobart, 4-1

9/18/2004

Gary Stom had a goal and assist in the first 25 minutes to lead fifth-ranked Rochester to a 4-1 victory over Hobart College at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women's Soccer Battles to Scoreless Draw With Union

9/18/2004

For the second straight game, the Yellowjackets battled a nationally-ranked opponent to a scoreless draw in Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men's XC Tops in Delaware Meet

9/18/2004

The men's cross country team won its division at the Delaware Invitational under heavy rain and wind on Saturday.[read more]



Women's XC Wins in Delaware

9/18/2004

The women's cross country team swept the first 11 places and easily won its division at the University of Delaware Invitational.[read more]



Football Tops Gettysburg

9/18/2004

Matt Bielecki ran for four touchdowns as the football team defeated Gettysburg College, 31-6, at Edwin Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Men's Tennis In Flower City Final

9/18/2004

The men's tennis team has reached the final of the Flower City Tournament after posting 7-0 wins over Ithaca and St. Lawrence.[read more]



Spikers Are Fifth at RIT

9/18/2004

Rochester defeated SUNY Geneseo, 3-0, to finish fifth in the RIT Volleyball Invitational on Saturday afternoon.[read more]



W. Tennis Defeats Brockport

9/18/2004

The women's tennis team won its inaugural match of the season, 7-2, over Brockport on Friday.[read more]



DiMatteo Goal Beats Nazareth in OT

9/15/2004

Sophomore Mary DiMatteo scored 6:12 into overtime to give the field hockey team a 2-1 victory over Nazareth College at Fauver Stadium.[read more]



Women Knot #11 William Smith 0-0

9/15/2004

Rochester and 11th-ranked William Smith battled to a 0-0 tie through two overtimes on Wednesday afternoon.[read more]



Men Zoom to #5 in National Poll

9/15/2004

The men's soccer team has moved up to number 5 nationally in the current Division III soccer poll.[read more]



Golfers 17th at Colgate Invite

9/14/2004

The golf team finished in 17th place out of 19 at the Colgate Invitational over the weekend.[read more]



Spikers Defeat Medaille for Seventh Win

9/14/2004

The women's volleyball team defeated Medaille College, 3-0, on Tuesday night to earn its seventh win of the year.[read more]



Men Beat Keuka 5-0 on the Road

9/14/2004

Five different players scored goals as the men's soccer team defeated Keuka College, 5-0, on the road Tuesday afternoon.[read more]