On the heels of a demoralizing 74-43 loss to the undefeated Emory University Eagles the week before, the Yellowjackets returned to their winning ways on …
After suffering its first loss of the season last week, nationally-ranked women’s soccer was hungry to return to its winning way at this past weekend’s …
With eight straight wins and three tournament titles under their belt, the men’s basketball team is poised for an exceptionally strong season on the hardwood.
Men’s soccer was able to take down Misericordia in PKs, but their season ended when they fell to Susquehanna
Although women’s soccer finished on a three game skid, they are optimistic for the future as the team has many talented underclassmen.
Men’s soccer dominated the University of Chicago, 4-1, on Sunday, Oct. 28.
Field hockey came up just short against RPI on Saturday, Oct. 20, with a final tally of 1-2.
Men’s soccer has yet to concede a goal in overtime this season. Against Carnegie Mellon University on Oct. 12, UR walked away the 3-2 victors in double OT.
Women’s crew’s best finish was second place in the Women’s Club Eight race in the Head of the Potomac event.
Women’s soccer scores with four seconds left in double overtime to steal a victory against St. John Fisher College.
Field Hockey continues their perfect record, moving to 7-0 on the weekend, and 8-0 later in the week.
Women’s field hockey got its season off to a good start with two wins last weekend.
The men’s golf team hosted the Fred Kravetz Invitational from Friday, April 20 to Saturday, April 21, placing 5th out of 6th after ending the tournament with a 643.
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After finding themselves unlucky in a pair of down-to-the-wire losses against the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons last Friday, April 13, the …
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The men’s golf team tackled some of the stiffest competition in the nation when they hosted the Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational this past …
The golf team took fourth place at the McDaniel Spring Invitational, giving them a much needed boost in confidence.
The women’s lacrosse team lost to the Geneseo Blue Knights 15-4 this week, despite a last minute comeback attempt.
Senior Beni Fischer fought his way to the top of the consolation bracket at the CSA Individual Championships. Senior Joe Chapman also had some success, defeating Christopher Callis of Princeton University.
Men’s basketball soared past the Emory Eagles, with senior guard Chris Dende and junior guard John DiBartolomeo combining for 61 of UR’s 92 points.
The Yellowjackets, aided by senior forward Nate Novosel and junior guard John DiBartolomeo, win shootout with CMU.