RSS Feeds

RSS Feeds
Assumption College athletics media relations now make RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds of web content available to our site visitors. Our RSS feeds can be accessed by many commonly used RSS reader applications and services or you can receive our RSS feed content by e-mail.  Every time we publish updates to our Web site, the corresponding information is published immediately to our RSS feeds

What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a method for distributing free content. RSS feeds collect new content from the Web sites you visit most often and distributes it to your desktop, browser, or e-mail account. Through RSS feeds you can monitor news, blogs, and content for any personal and professional interest. With RSS, Web content comes to you as it is newly published on the Web rather than you needing to go looking for it.

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for distributing and aggregating Web content (such as sports headlines).

Using RSS, Web content providers can easily create and disseminate feeds of data that include, for example, news links, headlines, and summaries. 

Click on the orange RSS button underneath any headlines you're interested in subscribing to, and follow the instructions to add to your news reader. 

Getting Started With RSS
To get started accessing our RSS feeds, you need either RSS newsreader software installed on your computer, use a RSS newsreader service such as My Yahoo, My Aol or Google.

Others Sources for Information on RSS

For additional information about RSS, the following sites provide easy to understand explanations. 

  • CNET (includes video tutorial)
Feed Name 
Feed Link
Top athletic news
Athletic Headlines