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Syracuse takes down Cornell in Tuesday night lax showdown

Syracuse takes down Cornell in Tuesday night lax showdown
The No. 11 Syracuse men’s lacrosse team (7-3) held the nation’s No. 2 ranked offense to single digits en route to a 13-8 win over No. 10 Cornell on Senior Day in the Carrier Dome. Nick Mellen rose to the occasion, holding Cornell star attackman Jeff Teat to no goals and just a pair of assists after the sophomore entered... more

Cornell Senior Matt Morgan declares for NBA Draft for third straight year

Cornell Senior Matt Morgan declares for NBA Draft for third straight year
For the third straight year, Matt Morgan is entering the NBA Draft, the senior guard announced on Twitter on Tuesday. After declaring for the draft and ultimately withdrawing and returning to Cornell after each of the last two seasons, Cornell’s all-time leading scorer wrote that he will be represented by Klutch Sports Group, an agency most known for representing LeBron... more

Providence knocks off Cornell 4-0 to advance to Frozen Four

Cornell advances with dominant win over Northeastern in NCAA opener; faces Providence in regional round at 4:00 PM
In a season highlighted by an improbable run given the season-long plethora of injuries and adversity that plagued Cornell men’s hockey, the Red’s magic ran out in the East Regional Finals against Providence Saturday, as the Friars took the penultimate spot in the Frozen Four with a 4-0 win at Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Cornell — shutout Sunday for the first... more

Cornell easily handles Dartmouth, 15-5

Cornell easily handles Dartmouth, 15-5
After a brilliant display by both team’s goalies saw No. 10 Cornell take a 4-2 lead over Dartmouth at halftime, the Big Red exploded for 11 second half goals to run away with the 15-5 victory this afternoon on Schoellkopf Field. The win was the first in Ivy League play this season as Cornell improved to 6-3 overall (1-2 Ivy),... more

Cornell lacrosse welcomes Dartmouth on Saturday

Cornell lacrosse welcomes Dartmouth on Saturday
The No. 10 Big Red men’s lacrosse team will look to pick up its first Ivy League win of the season when it welcomes Dartmouth to Schoellkopf Field for a 1 p.m. contest on Saturday, March 30. Cornell has won eight in a row, and 10 straight in Ithaca, against the Big Green, which enter the contest with a record... more

Cornell falls to Clarkson in controversy-laden ECAC title game

Cornell falls to Clarkson in controversy-laden ECAC title game
While Clarkson was celebrating, Cornell men’s hockey was sulking. And steaming. Minutes before a contested overtime goal from Chris Klack won the ECAC Championship for the Golden Knights Saturday night, Cornell sophomore goaltender Matt Galajda found himself trapped under his own net, which fell off its moorings and pinned him in an awkward position — one that left him injured.... more

Cornell routs St. Bonaventure in Ithaca, 18-3

Cornell hosts St. Bonaventure in Tuesday lax showdown
The No. 8 Cornell men’s lacrosse team scored early and often as it dominated every facet of the game against Division I newcomer St. Bonaventure this evening at Schoellkopf Field. The Big Red scored the first six goals of the game and never looked back as it stormed to the 18-3 victory. In all, 16 different Cornell players registered a... more

Cornell rallies in Game 3 against Union to punch 3rd straight ticket to Lake Placid

Cornell rallies in Game 3 against Union to punch 3rd straight ticket to Lake Placid
All season long Cornell men’s hockey preached that, obviously, it would have preferred to win every game, but clinching a second straight Cleary Cup and learning to deal with adversity along the way would make for a livable give-and-take should the team’s struggles help come postseason. One weekend against Union in the ECAC Quarterfinals has, so far, proved just that.... more

Yale overpowers Cornell in Ivy lacrosse opener

Yale overpowers Cornell in Ivy lacrosse opener
After a strong start to the season, Cornell men’s lacrosse lost its second game in three outings, as Ivy-favorite and reigning national champion Yale proved too strong for the Red Saturday and came away with a 16-11 victory. The Bulldogs (4-1, 1-0 Ivy League) opened with the first three goals of the contest and never looked back. In the second... more

Cornell hockey shares Cleary Cup after tie at Clarkson

Cornell hockey shares Cleary Cup after tie at Clarkson
Senior Mitch Vanderlaan and freshman Michael Regush scored second-period goals, sophomore Matthew Galajda made a season-high 33 saves, and the Cornell men’s hockey team claimed a share of its second straight Cleary Cup with a 2-2 tie Saturday night against Clarkson at Cheel Arena. But given that Clarkson (22-10-2, 13-7-2 ECAC Hockey) scored the equalizing goal with an extra attacker... more

Fletcher game-winner lifts Cornell over Albany

Fletcher game-winner lifts Cornell over Albany
With time winding down in a 16-16 contest, Cornell junior midfielder Connor Fletcher took the ball near midfield, faked his defender by cutting from his right to his left and then ripped shot that went through the legs of UAlbany’s goalie Nate Siekierski to give the Big Red a 17-16 lead with 14 seconds to play. The Great Danes, as... more

Cornell mounts comeback to beat Lehigh

Cornell mounts comeback to beat Lehigh
The No. 4 Cornell men’s lacrosse team scored the final seven goals of the game to complete an impressive comeback against Lehigh this afternoon on Schoellkopf Field. The Big Red overcame a slow start that saw the home team trailing 5-0 just over seven minutes into the contest to defeat the Mountain Hawks, 14-9. The victory – Cornell’s seventh in... more

Cornell wins historic offensive battle over Hobart in Geneva

Cornell wins historic offensive battle over Hobart in Geneva
In an offensive shootout that saw the two teams combine for a series-high 35 goals, the No. 4 Big Red men’s lacrosse team defeated Hobart, 19-16, in the 138th meetings between the two programs this evening on Boswell Field. The previous high had been 34 goals set in 1986 as Cornell defeated the Statesmen, 23-11. The win snaps a four-game... more

Injury bug bites again as Cornell clinches Ivy hockey title

Injury bug bites again as Cornell clinches Ivy hockey title
For the second straight game, an injury cast a shadow over an otherwise positive result for a Cornell men’s hockey team which has ascended to the top spot in the ECAC and a top-10 national ranking despite being plagued by injuries all season. Moments before freshman forward Michael Regush’s power-play goal gave the Red an early lead 5:39 into its... more

Big Red welcomes defending Ivy champ Penn Friday on ESPNU

Big Red welcomes defending Ivy champ Penn Friday on ESPNU
The Cornell men’s basketball team will have an early chance to make a statement to the rest of the conference when defending Ivy champion Penn visits Newman Arena on Friday, Feb. 1 at 5 p.m. The contest, the first game of a doubleheader with the women’s team, will be broadcast on ESPNU with Jon Meterparel and Noah Savage on the... more

Cornell takes ECAC Hockey lead with win over Dartmouth

Cornell takes ECAC Hockey lead with win over Dartmouth
The Cornell men’s hockey team extended its unbeaten streak to seven games and moved into a tie for first place in ECAC Hockey thanks to a 5-1 victory over Dartmouth on Saturday evening at Lynah Rink. Five different players scored goals, and Matt Nuttle and Morgan Barron had two assists apiece for Cornell (11-5-1, 7-2-1 ECAC Hockey), which now sits... more

Kyle Dake: Lansing’s driven, determined world champion

Kyle Dake: Lansing’s driven, determined world champion
There is, as Kyle Dake sees it, one route to excellence. To seek a shortcut is to detour short of the destination. Design a plan and, in disciplined, determined fashion, act on that plan. A sound support system through the process is critical, as is his “priority filter.” Excellence isn’t readily attained, nor should it be. Rather, it is reserved... more
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