Cornell seeks Ivy tourney bid vs. Brown on Saturday

The No. 8 Cornell men’s lacrosse team is looking for its first Ivy League Tournament bid since 2015 when it plays host to Brown on Senior Day this Saturday at 1 pm. The game will be the final regular season home game for Big Red seniors Dan Bockelman, Jack Bolen, Jordan Dowiak, Charlie Estill, Scott Flynn, Christian Knight, Tyler Miller,... more

Cornell wins sixth straight, downs Lehigh

The No. 11 Cornell men’s lacrosse team scored four goals on its first five shots and seemingly controlled the game, but was never able to get too comfortable against No. 17 Lehigh, as the Mountain Hawks controlled the face-off circle and used tough defense to keep the Big Red from pulling away. In the end, Cornell had just enough to... more

It’s great to be Dake

It was, in many ways, a flashback to 5 years (and 1 month) ago. Lansing High School and Cornell University grad Kyle Dake entered the most prestigious wrestling tournament he could find, rolled through the preliminary rounds without giving up a single point, fell behind in the crucial final match, and then outsmarted and outmuscled his opponent to see his... more

Cornell defense stout in 13-8 win over Syracuse (full coverage)

The No. 6 Syracuse men’s lacrosse team (6-4, 3-0 ACC) saw its three-game win streak snapped at the hands of No. 11 Cornell (8-3, 4-1 IVY), 13-8 on Tuesday night in Ithaca, N.Y. The Big Red used a pair of three-goal runs to turn a 2-2 game into an 8-3 game in the first minute of the second half, to... more

Cornell offense keeps rolling win win at Dartmouth, 22-11

For the first time in its long and storied history, the Cornell men’s lacrosse team amassed 20+ goals in three consecutive games when the 14th-ranked Big Red downed Dartmouth, 22-11, this afternoon at Scully-Fahey Field. With the win, Cornell improves to 6-3 overall and 2-1 in the Ivy League. The Big Red’s offense was clicking on all cylinders, as the... more

Cornell posts most goals In 20 years, picks up 750th win in rout of Air Force

The Cornell men’s lacrosse team scored the most goals in a game by a Big Red squad in two decades and led from wire-to-wire to pick up the program’s 750th win in a 23-5 victory over Air Force on Tuesday evening at Schoellkopf Field. The Big Red took the victory for the fourth time in five outings in improving to... more

ONE AND DONE: Boston University eliminates Cornell from NCAA Tournament

Cornell University was one of the top-ranked teams in college hockey all season long, but records mean nothing once the NCAA Tournament begins. The top-seeded Big Red scored the first goal Saturday in the first round of the tournament but fourth-seeded Boston University quickly tied the score and later netted the winner in the third period to eliminate Cornell, 3-1,... more

Cornell travels to Penn in hopes of igniting conference season (preview)

For the fourth time in three weeks, Cornell men’s lacrosse will square up against a top-20 opponent when it travels to Philadelphia to take on Penn in search of its first conference win of the year. The Red (3-3, 0-1 Ivy) is fresh off a tough loss to Yale in its Ivy opener at Schoellkopf Field last weekend. “We need... more

Late cradle makes Cornell’s Diakomihalis an NCAA Champion

Freshman Yianni Diakomihalis used a four-point cradle in the closing seconds to become Cornell’s second freshman NCAA champion, topping No. 1 seed Bryce Meredith of Wyoming 7-4 in the 141 pound final on Saturday evening at Quicken Loans Arena. The rookie took the most challenging path possible as the No. 3 seed to earn the crown. The freshman joined Kyle... more

Cornell hockey earns top seed in NCAA Regional; opens vs. BU

The men’s hockey team has earned a No. 1 seed for a regional of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2003, learning on Sunday that it will be the top seed of the Northeast Region and face Boston University in the first round at 1 p.m. Saturday at DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. The game will air live... more

Cornell tripped up by Princeton in Lake Placid, 4-1

A strong start turned into a bitter ending for the men’s hockey team on Friday, when Princeton scored four unanswered goals to power a 4-1 victory over the Big Red in the semifinals of the ECAC Hockey Championships at 1980 Herb Brooks Arena. Senior forward Trevor Yates scored the lone goal for top-seeded Cornell (25-5-2), which had advanced to the... more

Cornell opens Ivy lacrosse slate against Yale at 1 pm

Fresh off a top-20 upset, Cornell lacrosse is ready to set itself apart this season as it begins its Ivy League schedule. Up first, No. 8 Yale — the three-time defending Ivy League champions — will come to town this Saturday for a conference showdown at Schoellkopf Field. After finishing in the middle of the pack last season, the Red... more

ECAC Hockey Semifinal pits Cornell vs. Princeton today in Lake Placid

The Cornell men’s hockey team embarks on its 10th trip in the last 14 years to the ECAC Hockey Championship weekend, where it will take on Princeton at 4:05 p.m. Friday at 1980 Herb Brooks Arena. The game will be broadcast live on Eleven Sports Network, with Perry Laskaris providing play-by-play and color commentary from Dan Fridgen. The web stream... more

Cornell ends season in semifinal loss to Harvard

It was close in the two prior meetings, but top-seeded Harvard finally flexed its muscles on Saturday afternoon to top Cornell men’s basketball, 74-55, in its conference tournament semifinal matchup. Despite an efficient first period from Crimson, Harvard’s late half push, including a half-court buzzer-beater by the Crimson’s Christian Juzang, left the Red heading into the locker trailing by 37-32.... more

Clyde-Savannah championship season ends in Buffalo, 72-56

The Section V Class D representative to the Far West Regionals, Clyde-Savannah. fell one game short of the NYSPHSAA Final Four on Saturday dropping a 72-56 decision to Section VI’s Buffalo East at Buffalo State. Buffalo East dominated the interior outscoring Clyde-Savannah 40-14 in the paint and outscoring C-S 21-5 in second chance points. In a game that featured 10... more

Big Red ousted from Ivy League Tournament, 74-55

Seth Towns and Chris Lewis each had a double-double to help Harvard beat Cornell 74-55 on Saturday in the Ivy League Tournament. Towns scored 24 points and grabbed a career-high tying 12 rebounds and Lewis finished with 16 points and 10 boards. Christian Juzang added 12 points, hitting 4 of 6 from 3-point range for Harvard (18-12). Matt Morgan led... more

Big Red notch road win at Penn State, 9-7

Cornell finished strong at Tierney Field at State College, Pennsylvania on Saturday afternoon to defeat Penn State 9-7. Joran Dowiak scored three goals including the game winner in the final period. Jeff Teat added 2 goals and 4 assists, Clarke Peterson scored 3 and Big Red goalkeeper Christian Knight recorded 13 saves. @CornellLacrosse TAKES THE WIN over @PennStateMLAX on #TierneyField... more

Cornell blitzes Quinnipiac, 9-1, in playoff debut

With the nation’s best defensive team playing against a resurgent squad finding its stride in the season’s home stretch, the wide expectation was for goals to be at a premium in the ECAC Hockey Championship quarterfinal series this weekend at Lynah Rink. What ensued in Game 1 on Friday night was quite the opposite, with Cornell trouncing Quinnipiac, 9-1, in... more
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