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  • Without a Peer - 2/9/2012

    09/02/2012 Duration: 12min

    With just four games left in the season, the women sit in 9th place in the ECAC despite a tie with Brown for 8th (the Engineers lose the tiebreaker based on head-to-head results). Essentially, if the Engineers can pick up just one point more than Brown in the next four games, and can stay ahead of Colgate (just a point back), the 8th position could be theirs.Meanwhile on the men's side, three weeks after a turnaround appeared in order after RPI swept a road weekend with a favorable schedule going forward, the Engineers remain in last place after just three points in four consecutive home games. With six games left (four on the road), RPI is five points behind Dartmouth and Yale for the final home playoff position. That doesn't look good.We'll talk to WRPI's Perry Laskaris for his analysis on both the men and the women as the teams head down the stretch on what has been a rough year for both teams. 

  • Without a Peer Radio - 2/2/2012

    02/02/2012 Duration: 23min

    Joe Yerdon from NBC's Pro Hockey Talk joins us to discuss Friday's nationally televised game (on NBC Sports Network) between Cornell and RPI, as well as the 35th Annual Big Red Freakout!

  • Without a Peer - 11/22/2011

    22/11/2011 Duration: 28min

    We are happy to welcome back to Without a Peer Radio USCHO's Chris Lerch, who covers Atlantic Hockey for the longest-running college hockey website on the information superhighway. He also does play-by-play for RIT hockey on WITR-FM and is a fantastic resource for all things RIT. We'll talk to Chris about RPI's first ever trip to Rochester, a game featuring a couple of teams that seem to be going in opposite directions. The Tigers have scored more goals in the last four games (all Atlantic Hockey wins) than the Engineers have scored all year - is this RIT's year to pick up their first D-I victory over RPI, and their second all time? We'll also ask about goings on in Atlantic Hockey and the underlying issues with conference realignment - including RIT's relatively well-known deigns on ECAC membership, which may hinge on a 12th member of Hockey East.

  • Without a Peer - 11/2/2011

    02/11/2011 Duration: 25min

    With the ECAC schedule ready to open up in earnest (say hello to first place Quinnipiac, who beat Princeton 5-2 last night) on Friday, it's time to check in with the Record's Ed Weaver to get his thoughts on the league picture this season. We'll ask him about the Engineers' tribulations of the last month, get an injury update, and see what lies in store in the North Country this weekend. We'll also get his thoughts on the women as well, forced last weekend to walk away from a pair of home games with just one point to show for it - and a tough home weekend to come with the North Country coming into town.

  • Without a Peer Radio - 10/27/2011

    27/10/2011 Duration: 28min

    Former RPI athletic director Ken Ralph, who now holds the same position at Colorado College, is our guest this afternoon. We'll talk about the CC-RPI meetings, naturally, but we'll also get caught up on how he's been doing out in the Centennial State and get his opinions on the happenings at his old stomping grounds.