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Yale staves off Cornell on homecoming, 30-24

Yale staves off Cornell on homecoming, 30-24
Junior running back Harold Coles rushed for one touchdown and caught another with 130 all-purpose yards, but Yale staved off the Cornell football team for a 30-24 victory in the Big Red’s Homecoming on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. Cornell (0-2, 0-1 Ivy League) effectively contained vaunted running back Zane Dudek (33 yards on 13 carries) after a pair of... more

After rough opener, Cornell’s 3-QB attack Isn’t going anywhere

After rough opener, Cornell’s 3-QB attack Isn’t going anywhere
In a 27-10 loss to Delaware on Saturday, all three of Cornell football’s quarterbacks saw meaningful playing time as head coach David Archer ’05 had planned. But none of the three had much success against a tough Blue Hens defense. “We’ve got to create a little more of a spark,” Archer said of his offense, which racked up just 157... more

Delaware hands Cornell loss in opener

Delaware hands Cornell loss in opener
Delaware’s defense limited Cornell to 232 yards of offense and improved to 2-1 on the season with a 27-10 win on Saturday afternoon at Delaware Stadium. The loss ruined the Big Red’s 2018 season opener. Junior quarterback Mike Catanese connected with classmate Davy Lizana in the right corner of the end zone in the game’s final minute after Nickolas Null... more

Cornell’s new-look QB system hopes to right ship in 2018

Cornell’s new-look QB system hopes to right ship in 2018
Don’t be fooled by what the Cornell football depth chart reads at the quarterback position — at least this early in the 2018 season. Senior Dalton Banks may be listed as QB No. 1, but that’s not necessarily how he’ll be used this year. “I don’t know how we’ll list it on the depth chart,” said head coach David Archer... more

Cornell football out to defy media poll for 4th straight season

The Cornell football team has been picked to finish seventh in the Ivy League’s annual preseason media poll it was announced on Monday by the conference office. For the fourth straight season, the Big Red has no interest in finishing where they’ve been picked – and history says they’ll likely place higher … again. A year ago, Cornell was picked... more

Just keep swimming, just keep swimming

Last week, my friend Paula reached out and said, “I think you might be interested in a swimmer in Ithaca, who swam Cayuga Lake recently (the long way), and is either preparing or already did the English Channel. She’s a Cornell Law student. Her name is Caroline Block.” My interest piqued, I did a little research, saw that Paula was... more

Cornell football unveils 29-member Class of 2022

On the 100th day before opening kickoff, Cornell football announced the names of its newest reinforcements set to join the program this fall. Twenty-nine freshman and one sophomore transfer will come to Ithaca this August in the form of 12 offensive players, 15 defensive players and three special teams players. Seven defensive backs, three linebackers and two defensive linemen make... more

Boeheim brothers Jimmy and Buddy prepare for college basketball season

The Boeheim brothers made their 2018 summer debut in the King of Kings Pro-Am Basketball League Monday night. Their dad, Jim, watched from the bleachers. Jimmy Boeheim, who will be a sophomore at Cornell in the fall, and Buddy Boeheim, who will be a freshman at Syracuse University, are on a summer squad called Team Eannace that also features former... more

Six Newcomers join Cornell basketball for 2018-19 season

The Cornell men’s basketball team will welcome six newcomers for the upcoming 2018-19 campaign. Four incoming student-athletes will make up the Class of 2022, while two junior college transfers will have two seasons of eligibility for head coach Brian Earl’s squad. CornellBigRed.com: Read More Official/full breakdown of the Cornell Basketball 2018 recruiting class: https://t.co/cLu7gZrKt2#GoBigRed — Cornell Basketball (@CUBigRedHoops) June 18,... more

Cornell season ends in Maryland with 13-8 loss

Defending national champion Maryland pulled away in the second half and advanced to its fifth consecutive championship weekend with a 13-8 win over Cornell on Sunday afternoon at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in the NCAA quarterfinals. The top-seeded Terrapins improved to 14-3, while the Big Red’s season came to an end after a 13-5 campaign. Maryland scored the game’s first... more

Syracuse to host Boeheim brother matchup when Cornell visits on 12/1

Syracuse Athletics announced Thursday that it will will meet with Cornell for the 124th time when the Orange hosts the Big Red on Dec. 1 in the Carrier Dome. Last season, SU head coach Jim Boeheim coached against then-freshman at Cornell and his son, Jimmy. This season, the matchup will add another Boeheim: Jim’s other son and soon-to-be Syracuse freshman... more

Cornell slips by Syracuse to advance in NCAA Tournament

Cornell defeated Syracuse, 10-9, on Sunday night in the Carrier Dome to advance to the second round of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament. Syracuse concludes their season at 8-7 while Cornell will advance to the quarterfinal round in Annapolis, Maryland where they will face the top seeded Maryland who defeated Robert Morris, 14-11, on Sunday. Clark Petterson had a career... more

Syracuse-Cornell at the Dome in NCAA first round

For the first time since 2015, the Cornell lacrosse team will be back in the NCAA Tournament. After clinching an automatic bid to the championships with an Ivy League Tournament title win over No. 1 Yale earlier on Sunday, the Big Red found out it will face No. 8 seed Syracuse in the first round in the Carrier Dome on... more

Cornell hammers Yale to claim Ivy title, NCAA bid

Christian Knight was again a wall, Jeff Teat orchestrated a buttoned-up offense and Jake Pulver’s longpole goal highlighted a 9-1 Cornell run as the Big Red won the 2018 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament with a dominant 12-8 win over #1 ranked Yale on Sunday afternoon at Columbia’s Wien Stadium. The Big Red won its second Ivy Tournament title and... more

Cornell beats Brown to advance to Sunday’s Ivy Tournament final

Senior Christian Knight set the Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament record, and matched a career-high with 19 saves and the Big Red defense stymied Brown all night in a 7-4 win in the second semifinal at the 2018 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament at Columbia’s Wien Stadium. No. 10 Cornell will face top-ranked Yale on Sunday at noon in the... more

Late season loss could go a long way for Cornell

As the final buzzer sounded at Princeton’s Class of 1952 Stadium on Saturday, Cornell men’s lacrosse saw the end of its impressive seven-game win streak — a run that helped catapult the team to near the top of the national rankings. It was the second time in three years that Cornell’s regular season ended with a loss on its conference... more

Third quarter surge helps Princeton upset Cornell

A five-goal third quarter by Princeton proved too much for the No. 8 Cornell men’s lacrosse team to overcome, as the Tigers earned a hard-fought 14-8 victory on its Senior Day at Class of 1952 Stadium. The loss snaps the Big Red’s seven-game winning streak as Cornell slips to 10-4 overall and 4-2 in the Ivy League. Princeton, winners of... more

#8 Cornell rolls Brown, secures #2 seed in Ivy League Tournament

The No. 8 Big Red men’s lacrosse team scored twice in the first 54 seconds of the game and never looked back as it rolled to a 19-5 Senior Day victory over Brown this afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. Cornell jumped out to an 11-0 lead, holding the Bears scoreless for the first 25:59 of the contest, to improve to 10-3... more
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