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1979 Cornell hockey game viewed as the most legendary in the history of Lynah Rink

The only loss in the last month was to Providence – the same team that had bounced the Big Red from the ECAC Tournament the previous year. So, of course, when the 1979 quarter-final matchups were announced, it was the Friars who would be coming to Lynah Rink. Providence jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period as... more

Bucknell bottles up Cornell, 26-18

John Burdick kicked a school-record four field goals, including three in the decisive third quarter, and Bucknell’s defense held strong to knock off Cornell 26-18 on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. The Big Red fell to 1-4, while the Bison evened its record at 3-3. Burdick kicked field goals of 38, 33 and 28 yards in the second half to... more

Big Red gets big win over Harvard, 17-14 (full coverage)

For many years, David Archer ’05 has brought a simple gift for the women’s lacrosse coaching staff on Mondays after a win over Harvard – warm cups of coffee. After more than a decade, Jenny Graap and staff will have to return the favor. The Big Red dominated both lines of scrimmage against the preseason Ivy League favorite Crimson, rallying... more

Colgate trips up Cornell in home opener

Junior quarterback Dalton Banks passed for 239 yards and the football team had more total offense than Colgate on Saturday, but the visitors’ defense came up with four interceptions and nine sacks to power the Raiders to a 21-7 victory at Schoellkopf Field. Banks accounted for the day’s lone touchdown from Cornell (0-3) on a 1-yard keeper. He set up... more

Cornell opens rare four-game homestand Saturday vs. Colgate

The Cornell football team will become the final Division I team to play a home game when it kicks off its five-game slate at Schoellkopf Field against longtime rival Colgate on Saturday, Sept. 30 at 1:30 p.m. The game can be heard locally on WHCU 95.9 FM/870 AM with Barry Leonard and Buck Briggs on the call. This will be... more

Big Red soccer upsets #11 Orange in OT

Cornell’s Ryan Hill scored the only goal of the game in the 98th minute to lead the Big Red to a 1-0 victory against No. 11/13 Syracuse at the SU Soccer Stadium on Tuesday night. “We had our opportunities tonight, we just didn’t take them,” said Syracuse head coach Ian McIntyre. “Full credit to (Cornell). They kept us off (the... more

In Cornell’s loss to Delaware, It was never a truly fair fight

Saturday’s game against Delaware was over before it started. Well, maybe one play after it started. To open a 41-14 loss in the Mid-Atlantic, junior running back Chris Walker coughed up the ball on the first play of Cornell football’s 2017 season, eliminating any momentum that might have come with getting the team’s high-powered offense on the field first. Mistakes... more

Early miscues doom Cornell in opener at Deleware

Delaware turned five Big Red first half turnovers into 27 points and never looked back, topping Cornell 41-14 on Saturday afternoon at Delaware Stadium. The Blue Hens improved to 2-1 on the season, while the visitors dropped their 2017 opener to fall to 0-1. – Click here for full stats & recap – Live Game Blog at CornellSun.com   more

Two storied programs meet when Cornell visits Delaware

The 130th football team to represent Cornell University on the gridiron will take to the field for the first time when the Big Red visits Delaware on Saturday, Sept. 16 at 3:30 p.m. at Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium in Newark, Del. The contest will be broadcast live on Blue Hens All-Access and locally on WHCU 870 AM, with... more

Cornell Big Red kick off 2017 campaign at Delaware on Saturday

The 130th football team to represent Cornell University on the gridiron will take to the field for the first time when the Big Red visits Delaware on Saturday, Sept. 16 at 3:30 p.m. at Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium in Newark, Del. The contest will be broadcast live on Blue Hens All-Access and locally on WHCU 870 AM, with... more

Cornell football to have 4 televised games as Ivy League pushes for increased exposure

As part of a league-wide push to revamp Ivy football’s television presence, Cornell football will have four of its seven conference games broadcasted on television during the 2017 season. The increased exposure includes a league-record 23 games to be broadcasted on television, and includes all eight schools with at least one nationally-broadcasted matchup per week. For Cornell, that contest will... more

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
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