“My Internship Experience” is a series where Ithaca College students talk about their time in the field of Sport Management and Media. Below, Ithaca College senior Ed DiIenno discusses his current internship experience with the Norfolk Tides (AAA affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles). You first heard from me when I described my experience in Elmira […]

Join Sport Media majors Jodie Eichel and Sean Heenehan as they live blog Friday night’s (6:00 p.m.) Empire 8 Championship Tournament semifinal game featuring the top-seeded Bombers and fourth-seeded Pioneers. Ithaca vs Utica Empire 8 Tournament Participating in this live blog is a simple three-step process for you, the reader. From the friendly confines of […]

Serving the New York Metropolitan area for over 100 years, the WMGA is the second-oldest women’s golf association in the US with more than 200 member clubs and approximately 2,500 individual members. Its mission is to foster good sportsmanship, good fellowship and friendly rivalry while encouraging and developing skilled amateur women golfers through individual competition […]

A special “thank you,” once again, to alumnus Troy Tutt ’01 (Executive Director of Premium Sales & Service, New York Yankees) and Dan Rosenthal (Manager, Inside Sales, New York Yankees) for bestowing their sales wisdom and experiences in the industry to our Sport Management and Media students this past weekend. Please check out the photo […]

As part of a Sport Media Relations class assignment, Sport Media majors Kyle Ray, Charlotte Robinson and Mike Anderson sat down with Ithaca College field hockey head coach Tracey Houk to discuss the rise of the program. Listen below (gray play button) as Coach Houk recalls her athletic upbringing; shares her thoughts on the 2010 […]

Athletes Acting Human

February 18, 2011 | 2 Comments

By Sean Vanho ’11 I think the sporting world breathed a collective gasp to learn that Detroit Tigers first basemen Miguel Cabrera had been arrested on charges of drunk driving and resisting arrest with violence. Upon learning further details about the early Wednesday morning incident, I couldn’t help but feel sadness. And this had very […]

The Stonehill College (Easton, MA) Athletic Department, a Division II member of the Northeast-10 Conference, is accepting applications for the position of full-time Summer Sports Camp Intern. Qualifications This individual must be willing and able to live and work on campus for the duration of the internship (May 23-August 12). He/she must have outstanding communication […]

In the latest issue of Lacrosse Magazine (subscription required), writer Jeremy Stafford profiles Ithaca College Sport Management graduate student Jeff Dobbin. Stafford writes: Jeff Dobbin was born deaf. Officially, his deafness is profound, meaning that without hearing aids he can’t hear medium and high frequencies. The honk of a horn or the tweet of a […]

Tweets of the Week

February 12, 2011 | Leave a Comment

This week we have ill will from a baseball player toward Michael Vick, commentary on the Coach Jerry Sloan and Deron Williams fallout, Twitter fans speak out on sponsorship of jerseys, an ESPN baseball favorite tweets an ad for charity, and a nice viral video congratulating Ray Allen for eclipsing Reggie Miller’s record for 3-pointers.

By Sean Vanho ’11 Seahawks assistant coach Rocky Seto recently received an offer from UCLA to be their defensive coordinator. Upon accepting the position, Seto made one major misstep by informing the media through text messages. On Seto’s Facebook page there was huge outpour of support from his friends and family. The Bruins faithful were […]

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