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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

Cornell hockey looks to get back on track at #4 Union

The 16th-ranked Cornell men’s hockey team opens the final month of the regular season tonight with a trip to #4/5 Union, ECAC Hockey’s top team in the Pairwise Rankings. The game against the Dutchmen features a special 8:30 p.m. start time and will be televised by American Sports Network and TSN2 among many other channels, and it can also be streamed through... more

Bears, Bulldogs next up for Cornell hoops

The Cornell men’s basketball team will be challenged by the league’s top two scoring offenses when Brown (Friday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m.) and defending Ivy League champion Yale (Saturday, Feb. 4 at 6 p.m.) visit Newman Arena this weekend. Barry Leonard and Eric Taylor ’05 will provide the play-by-play locally on 96.3 FM The Buzzer, while live video of... more

Cornell wrestling extends Ivy Win streak to 75

Following an action-packed day of competition in New England, Cornell wrestling returned home with two more wins in its pocket. The Red handled Brown and Harvard by substantial margins to extend its Ivy win streak to 75 matches. Cornell (9-2) improved its all-time record to 54-2 and 55-9 against the Bears (4-6) and Crimson (2-5), respectively. The Red continued its... more

Brown, Yale next up for Cornell basketball

The Cornell men’s basketball team will be challenged by the league’s top two scoring offenses when Brown (Friday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m.) and defending Ivy League champion Yale (Saturday, Feb. 4 at 6 p.m.) visit Newman Arena this weekend. Barry Leonard and Eric Taylor ’05 will provide the play-by-play locally on 96.3 FM The Buzzer, while live video of... more

Harvard storms back to top Cornell, 4-1

Junior forward Alex Rauter scored an unassisted goal in the second period, but the Cornell men’s hockey team surrendered four goals in the third period in a 4-1 loss to rival Harvard on Friday night in front of a sold-out crowd at Lynah Rink. “I think the guys did a good, solid job, had scoring chances and good pressure, really... more

Views of Cornell-Harvard hockey from the pep band

The Cornell-Harvard game in Lynah Rink each year has consistently the best atmosphere of any Cornell hockey game. From the perennial tossing of the fish to the ice when Harvard skates out, to the special chants directed at the Crimson, the game is like no other on the calendar. Beyond those major distinctions, however, the Cornell hockey fanatic will notice... more

Cornell hockey eyes Schafer’s 400th career win

At this point last year, things were looking up for Cornell men’s hockey. With an 11-2-2 record, the team was ranked No. 9 in the country and poised to finish the regular season with the NCAA tournament around the corner. Then the team took a nosedive. Following a sweep against Merrimack on the road, the Red failed to secure a... more

Defenseman’s first goal leads Big Red men to victory

Sophomore defenseman Brendan Smith scored his first collegiate goal late in the second period Saturday to lift host Cornell University’s men to a 3-2 ECAC Hockey victory over St. Lawrence University at Lynah Rink. Cornell is unbeaten in its past five games. Read More HIGHLIGHTS: POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE:   more

Cornell hockey’s win streak snapped with OT loss

The men’s hockey team’s six-game winning streak came to close Thursday when it suffered a 2-1 overtime loss to Colorado College in the championship game of the Florida College Hockey Classic at Germain Arena. Senior forward Jake Weidner scored the Big Red’s lone goal on the power play early in the third period. CornellBigRed.com: Read More more
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