Big Red football opens camp with reminder; growth comes after the rain

As stretching ended and strength and conditioning coach Tom Howley’s whistle kicked off the 2017 Cornell football season, the skies opened. Rain poured down, almost hail-like in force. Not one player complained. They know that after the rain is when you see the biggest growth. So as a new season commenced on Tuesday afternoon on Schoellkopf Field, head coach David... more

Cornell basketball announces travel-heavy 2017-18 schedule

Starting in Syracuse and ending in New Hampshire, Cornell men’s basketball will travel to nine states around the country for 15 road games over the course of the 2017-18 regular season, the team announced Friday. Looking to make its first Ivy League tournament in the event’s second year, Cornell’s 27 games will take the team to Boston, Virginia, Pittsburgh, Delaware... more

Cornell hockey unveils 2017-18 schedule with home-heavy first-half, no Florida Classic

The opening of the 2016-17 season was not a favorable one for Cornell men’s hockey on paper. The Red played a program-record five games away before seeing action at Lynah to become the last NCAA Division I team in the country to play at home. Cornell played a mere two games at home before Thanksgiving, but found relative success on... more

Cornell, BU to renew rivalry Nov. 25 at Madison Square Garden

The long-storied rivalry between Cornell men’s hockey and Boston University will get a new chapter this coming Thanksgiving weekend in the sixth installment of Red Hot Hockey, taking place at Madison Square Garden in New York City, the respective athletics departments announced Thursday. “We are very excited to return to Madison Square Garden for another year of this fantastic event,”... more

Home-heavy start highlights 2017-18 Cornell men’s hockey schedule

The Cornell men’s hockey team announced today its schedule for the upcoming season, including seven home games before the Thanksgiving holiday and the highly anticipated resumption of the Red Hot Hockey series against Boston University on Nov. 25 at famed Madison Square Garden in New York. After being the last NCAA Division I team to play its first home game... more

Cornell’s Matt Morgan withdraws from NBA Draft

Following the plans he set out for himself when he declared in April, Matt Morgan has withdrawn his name from consideration in the upcoming NBA draft and will return to play for Cornell men’s basketball. Morgan himself admitted that the decision to declare in the first place was more an effort to get name recognition and show he has intentions... more

Cornell basketball unveils 6-member incoming class

This will be one of the first full recruiting classes under second year head coach Brian Earl. The six incoming members of Cornell men’s basketball have been made clear. The list includes five incoming freshmen and one junior, who take the on the floor presence of four forwards and two guards. Follow the link below for tidbits about each of... more

Cornell ranks among nation’s best In NCAA APR

Cornell University ranks among the best according to the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) for 2015-16. The APR measures semester-by-semester records for every individual team in Division I with regard to each team members’ continuing eligibility, retention and progress toward graduation. Cornell had seven teams honored and five with perfect scores. CornellBigRed.com: Read More more

Cornell men’s lacrosse coach resigns

Cornell University promoted Peter Milliman to interim head coach of its men’s lacrosse team following the resignation of Matt Kerwick on Monday. Milliman has been an assistant the past four seasons and will serve as interim head coach through the 2018 season. A nationwide search will commence at that time to name a full-time replacement. IthacaJournal.com: Read More more

What’s Happened to Cornell lacrosse?

Week-in and week-out, there is an unwavering confidence filling the Cornell men’s lacrosse locker room, a confidence you would expect from the seventh-most winningest program in collegiate lacrosse history. But for the second straight year, the team finished with a losing record and missed out on postseason play. These failures would be a disappointment to any team of any caliber,... more

Cornell football unveils 2017 schedule

The path between Cornell football and its first Ivy League title in decades was made clear Wednesday morning. Coming off its winningest season under current head coach David Archer ’05, the Red will begin its campaign on the road against Delaware before a four-game homestand, and will end against reigning co-champion Penn. Cornell Sun: Read More more

Cornell football Spring Game set for Saturday under the lights

The Cornell spring football practice will end with a bang, as the Big Red will play its annual spring game under the lights at Schoellkopf Field on Saturday, April 29 beginning at 7 p.m. Cornell’s last of 12 spring practices will conclude with a controlled scrimmage that will feature 50-60 live plays. It will follow a lacrosse doubleheader, as the... more

Cornell’s Matt Morgan declares for NBA Draft

Cornell sophomore guard Matt Morgan has declared his intention to put his name into consideration for the NBA Draft. Morgan will not sign with an agent and is expected to retain his final two seasons of collegiate eligibility. The leading scorer in the Ivy League in each of his first two seasons, Morgan is a two-time second-team All-Ivy League selection... more

3rd quarter dooms Cornell yet again in Brown loss for 2nd straight losing season

3rd quarter dooms Cornell yet again in Brown loss for 2nd straight losing season
It has not been the season the Cornell men’s lacrosse team has been hoping for. The young but promising pieces for the Red did not gel together fast enough, and for the second straight year, the team will fall below .500 and will miss out on the chance for postseason play. Heading into Saturday’s matchup, Cornell (4-8, 2-3 Ivy) and... more

Cornell hosts Lehigh In final non-conference game on Saturday

The Big Red men’s lacrosse team closes out its non-conference schedule on Saturday when it welcomes Lehigh to Schoellkopf Field on Saturday, April 15 at 1 p.m. Both teams played on Tuesday evening, with Cornell coming off a 15-8 loss to No. 1 Syracuse, while the Mountain Hawks took down No. 13 Princeton, 15-10. The game can be seen online... more

#1 Syracuse races past Cornell (full coverage)

Overcoming a hot start by Cornell (3-7, 2-2 IVY) the No. 1 Syracuse men’s lacrosse team (9-1, 3-0 ACC) used a 10-0 run through the second and third quarters to race past its in-state rival and tie the program’s best start to a season through 10 games since the undefeated 1990 team. Cuse.com: Full recap and stats HIGHLIGHTS: INTERVIEWS: MORE... more

Cornell heads to #1 Syracuse for Tuesday night tilt

The Cornell and Syracuse men’s lacrosse teams will meet for the 104th time on Tuesday evening in a rivalry that ranks as the third most contested in the history of collegiate men’s lacrosse, behind only Cornell/Hobart (138 meetings) and Hopkins/Maryland (114 meetings). The Cornell and Syracuse rivalry began in 1920 with a 5-3 victory for the Orange. Since that time,... more
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