Cornell seeks first Ivy win vs. Dartmouth on Saturday

The Big Red men’s lacrosse team will look to secure its first Ivy League win this weekend when it welcomes Dartmouth to Schoellkopf Field on Saturday, April 1 at 1 p.m. Cornell is coming off a heartbreaking 10-9 loss to Penn last weekend, while the Quakers fell to Harvard, 14-7. Both teams are 1-6 on the year and winless in... more

Cornell hockey season ends with NCAA loss

Less than a minute into the NCAA Tournament, the Cornell University men’s hockey team celebrated the first goal in its regional semifinal against UMass Lowell. The early advantage vanished quickly, though, as referees disallowed the goal following a video review. UMass Lowell then took the lead minutes later and the Big Red failed to recover in a 5-0 loss to... more

Cornell welcomes Penn to Schoellkopf on Saturday

The Big Red returns to Ivy League play and continues its three-game home stand when it welcomes Penn to Schoellkopf Field on Saturday, March 25 at 1 p.m. Cornell is coming off its first win of the season, a 15-6 victory over instate rival Colgate, while the Quakers dropped its last outing, a 17-8 decision to Princeton to slip to... more

Cornell lax opens three-game homestand vs. Colgate tonight

After playing just one home game through the first five weeks of the season, the Big Red men’s lacrosse team opens up a three-game home-stand on Tuesday evening when it welcomes instate rival Colgate to Schoellkopf Field at 5 p.m. Cornell is still seeking its first win of the season after falling in its Ivy League opener at Yale this... more

Cornell men’s hockey makes NCAA Tournament

The Cornell men’s hockey team fell short of an ECAC Hockey title, but its hope for a national championship remains intact as the Big Red received an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament on Sunday. Cornell received the No. 3 seed in the Northeast Regional and will play Hockey East champion UMass Lowell, which is the No. 2 seed, at... more

Cornell hockey looking for magic in Lake Placid

The Cornell men’s hockey team can forget about its plans leading up to the ECAC Hockey semifinals in Lake Placid on Friday going smoothly. Thanks to the snowstorm terrorizing the Southern Tier and central New York, the Big Red’s itinerary needed to shift. But coach Mike Schafer is not worried at all about the changes impacting his team’s preparation or... more

Jimmy Boeheim commits to Cornell Big Red

Shortly before 8:00 pm on Tuesday night, Syracuse University men’s basketball head coach Jim Boeheim’s son, Jimmy Boeheim, announced on Twitter that he will attend Cornell University in the fall and will play basketball for the Big Red. Boeheim is currently attending a prep school, New Hampton, in his senior year. Excited to announce that I have committed to play... more

Albany downs Cornell at Schoellkopf

No. 9 UAlbany scored the first six goals of the game and never looked back, rolling to a 17-6 victory over Cornell men’s lacrosse this afternoon on Schoellkopf Field. With the loss, the Big Red falls to 0-3 for the first time since the 1997 season. “We’re three games into this thing and it’s the same song,” said Matt Kerwick,... more

Hobart rolls to 16-8 win over Cornell at Boswell Field on Saturday

Hobart senior goalie Jackson Brown made 18 saves to lead the Statesmen to a 16-8 victory this afternoon over the Cornell men’s lacrosse team at Boswell Field in Geneva, N.Y. With the win, Hobart improves to 2-1 on the season and snaps a 12-game losing streak to the Big Red. The loss sends the Big Red to 0-2 on the... more

Princeton pulls away late for 75-60 win over Cornell

Princeton pulled away over the final eight minutes to remain unbeaten, knocking off Cornell 75-60 on Senior Day at Newman Arena. The loss knocked the Big Red (7-20, 3-9 Ivy) out of the Ivy League Tournament race, while the Tigers (19-6, 12-0 Ivy) won their 15th consecutive game overall. CornellBigRed.com: Read More more

Seniors lead, Sweany follows as Big Red wrestlers upset #4 Ohio State

Senior Brian Realbuto beat top-ranked Bo Jordan at 174 pounds and No. 1 Gabe Dean defeated defending NCAA champion Myles Martin at 184, but it was sophomore Jeramy Sweany’s victory at heavyweight that lifted Cornell to a 19-18 upset win over No. 4 Ohio State on Sunday afternoon. The eighth-ranked Big Red closed its regular season with a 13-2 record... more

Cornell Big Red clinch bye with wild 3-3 tie

Whether it’s a point gained or a point lost depends on the perspective, but the one certainty from the Cornell men’s hockey team’s 3-3 deadlock with Clarkson on Saturday night is that it wasn’t dull. Sophomore forward Mitch Vanderlaan and sophomore defenseman Matt Nuttle scored goals in the final half of the third period to give the Big Red a... more

Cornell hockey faces pivotal north country trip

The penultimate regular-season weekend of ECAC Hockey play will take the #12/13 men’s hockey team to the North Country for games against St. Lawrence at 7 p.m. Friday and Clarkson at 7 p.m. Saturday. The Saints and the Big Red are among the four teams in contention for the Cleary Cup, which is awarded to the league’s regular-season champion. CornellBigRed.com:... more

The rise of Cornell’s two-time NCAA wrestling champion Gabe Dean

The summer before his senior year, Dean attended what he thought was a football camp at Georgia Tech, but as it turned out, the camp was a scouting combine. This was Dean’s big chance to show off his talent and win the attention of some Division I programs, but it did not go anything like he had imagined it would.... more

Cornell tops Colgate, 4-0, Gillam notches 10th Shutout

A game in hand is only useful in the playoff picture if it’s won, and the Cornell men’s hockey team made sure it took care of business Tuesday night. The Big Red struck early and often in the nation’s only Division I men’s game to thump Colgate, 4-0, and move into fourth place in the ECAC Hockey standings with three... more

From small stature to big dreams: Cornell basketball’s Matt Morgan

With 19 seconds remaining, sophomore Matt Morgan stood at the 3-point line, his prolific deep-ball shooting drawing the close attention of Northeastern’s defensive man. Morgan was blocked off from a direct path to the basket. With precious seconds ticking away in a nip-and-tuck match against the Huskies, failing to make it to the basket would result in Cornell’s sixth loss... more
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