2nd half defense propels Cornell to win at Duquesne

Cornell took a second half lead on Duquesne and then put the screws to the Dukes, forcing the home team to miss 13 consecutive field goals to pull away for a 78-71 victory on Monday evening at the Palumbo Center. The win, the Big Red’s second straight, evened its record at 3-3, while Duquesne fell to 2-2. CornellBigRed.com: Read More... more

Third-period outburst powers #7 Cornell to 5-4 win (full coverage)

Senior forward Trevor Yates scored his team-leading sixth goal of the season with 2 minutes, 49 seconds remaining in the third period, capping the Cornell men’s hockey team’s dramatic 5-4 victory over Niagara on Tuesday night at Lynah Rink. Cornell (8-1), which is currently ranked seventh in both major national college polls, scored four goals in the third period to... more

#5 Cornell hockey suffers first loss, 4-0, to #7 Clarkson (full coverage)

The Cornell men’s hockey team’s hot start came to a close Saturday night with a 4-0 loss to Clarkson in a battle of top-10 teams at Lynah Rink. The Big Red was the nation’s final team to suffer its first loss after the program’s best start in 36 years. Clarkson (10-3-1, 6-0 ECAC Hockey), which entered the weekend ranked seventh... more

Colgate tops Cornell, 72-61

Colgate limited Cornell to 36 percent shooting and used a 21-6 second half run to knock off the Big Red 72-61 on Thursday evening at Cotterell Court. The Raiders evened their record at 1-1 by winning its home opener, while the Big Red slipped to 1-2. Junior Matt Morgan scored a game-high 23 points and added five rebounds and five... more

Cornell goes for 1st winning Ivy record in 12 years in season finale at Penn

Heartbreakingly eliminated from Ivy League title contention, Cornell football head coach David Archer ’05 leads a team still with plenty to play for as it travels to Philadelphia to take on Penn in both teams’ season finales. “We’re heartbroken over the results, to be quite honest, but I told the team on Monday, pick any reason you want,” Archer said... more

Cornell visits Colgate tonight looking to build on first win

Coming off its first victory of the 2017-18 season, the Cornell men’s basketball team will look to build on that momentum when it visits Central New York rival Colgate on Thursday night at 7 p.m. at Cotterell Court. Cornell rebounded from a season-opening defeat at Syracuse with a 94-84 victory over Binghamton on Monday evening in the team’s home opener.... more

Cornell men’s hockey starts 6-0 for 1st time since 1971

When the final buzzer sounded in Saturday night’s thrilling 3-2 victory over Harvard, the storied program that is Cornell men’s hockey had accomplished something it hadn’t done for nearly 50 years: The Red moved to 6-0 on the season, reaching the mark for the first time since the 1971-72 campaign. Richard Nixon was president when Cornell last stood undefeated through... more

Offense paces Cornell past Binghamton in home opener, 94-84

The Cornell men’s basketball team jumped out to a 20-point lead, staved off a Binghamton rally and then put the Bearcats away for a 94-84 victory on Monday evening in the 2017-18 home opener at Newman Arena. The Big Red evened its record at 1-1, while the Bearcats dropped their first contest to fall to 1-1. The Big Red’s 94... more

Cornell drops key game to Columbia

The Columbia defense kept Cornell in check most of the afternoon and did just enough on the other side of the ball to hold off Cornell 18-8 on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. The Lions (7-2, 4-2 Ivy) remained a game behind first place Yale with one to play, while the Big Red slipped to 3-6 overall (3-3 Ivy). The... more

Syracuse surges past Cornell in season opener (full coverage)

Sophomore Tyus Battle scored a game-high 18 points and freshman Oshae Brissett added 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead Syracuse past Cornell, 77-45, Friday night in the season opener for both sides at the Carrier Dome. The game featured the collegiate debut of Cornell freshman Jimmy Boeheim playing on Boeheim Court against his father, Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim. Jimmy... more

Once proclaimed ‘Worst College Football Game,’ Cornell-Columbia has title implications

In 2014, winless Cornell battled winless Columbia in New York City in a matchup dubbed “the worst college football game in the worst college football town,” by ESPN subsidiary FiveThirtyEight. How far we’ve come. This year’s game features two teams in contention for the Ivy League title. The Red (3-5, 3-2 Ivy League) and the Lions (6-2, 3-2) are locked... more

Syracuse, Cornell open 2017-18 hoops seasons in the Dome tonight (preview)

Syracuse and Cornell begin their 2017-18 regular season in the Carrier Dome Friday night. Opening tip-off is set for 7 p.m. This will be Jim Boeheim’s 42nd season opener as head coach for the Orange. Syracuse looks to improve its all-time record against Cornell, which currently stands at 91-31. The teams first met on Feb. 16, 1902, which resulted in an... more

Big Green blanks Cornell in defensive battle, 10-0

In a battle of field position dictated by defense, Dartmouth made a of couple extra plays to escape with a 10-0 victory over Cornell on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Field. With the loss, the Big Red slipped into second place (3-5, 3-2 Ivy), one game behind Yale atop the Ivy standings. The Big Green stopped a two-game skid and improved... more

Cornell’s All-Ivy RB Walker to miss remainder of season

Cornell football’s primary running back junior Chris Walker will miss the remainder of the 2017 season and “probably the first part of next year” after an injury sustained in the team’s 29-28 win over Princeton Saturday night, head coach David Archer ’05 said Tuesday afternoon. With just over seven minutes played in the third quarter against the Tigers, Walker rushed... more

Big Red hosts Cortland In final hoops tuneup on Saturday

The Cornell men’s basketball team will have its final tuneup for the regular season opener at Syracuse when SUNY-Cortland visits Newman Arena for an exhibition on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. The contest between the Big Red and its local Division III rival will be free and open to the public. CornellBigRed.com: Read More more

Cornell upsets Princeton with last-minute kick (full-coverage)

Sophomore place-kicker Nickolas Null drilled a 43-yard field goal with 48 seconds remaining to lift Cornell into first place in the Ivy League standings thanks to a 29-28 comeback win at Princeton on Saturday evening. Facing the defending Ivy League champion and preseason favorite Tigers in the 100th meeting between the programs under the lights on national television, the Big... more

Cornell lacrosse announces 2018 regular season slate

With its captains selected and new class now on campus, Cornell men’s lacrosse announced its 2018 regular season schedule Monday afternoon, which begins at Colgate and, hopefully for the Red, results in at least a trip to New York City for the Ivy League tournament. After a Feb. 10 scrimmage with Drexel, Cornell will look to open its 2018 campaign... more

Cornell stuffs Brown, keeps pace with Ivy League leaders

For the first time since 2000, the Cornell football team will head into the second half of an Ivy League season with title aspirations. It guaranteed itself a chance to start the final four-game sprint next Saturday against defending champion Princeton in a primetime, nationally-televised showdown thanks to a dominant 34-7 victory over Brown on Homecoming Saturday at Schoellkopf Field.... more
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