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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

Cornell to face Penn State at Tierney Field Saturday

The Big Red men’s lacrosse team will play its first neutral site game of the season when it takes on No. 20 Penn State on Saturday, Mach 10 at U.S. Lacrosse’s Tierney Field in Sparks, Md. The game will be the first neutral site contest in the history of the series, which stands at 41 all-time meetings. Cornell evened its... more

Cornell Big Red hockey opens postseason with Quinnipiac series

The Cornell men’s hockey team’s postseason begins with its final home games of the season, when it hosts Quinnipiac this weekend in a best-of-three ECAC Hockey Championship quarterfinal series at Lynah. The entire series will be broadcast through the platforms of Eleven Sports USA, with Grady Whittenburg handling play-by-play with color commentary from Will LeBlond. Additionally, Jason Weinstein will provide play-by-play with... more

Career day from Knight not enough as #1 Albany edges Cornell

Cornell senior Christian Knight matched a career-high with 19 saves to help the Big Red men’s lacrosse team get within a whisper of upsetting No. 1 Albany, but the Great Danes used a late run to erase a Cornell lead and earn the 11-9 victory this afternoon at Casey Stadium. The Big Red took a late 9-7 lead on an... more

Cornell clinches Ivy Tournament berth with win over Dartmouth

Lady Luck certainly shined upon Cornell men’s basketball tonight. Following Friday’s overtime loss in a crucial game to Harvard, the Red (12-15, 6-8 Ivy) headed into its season closer against Dartmouth (7-20, 3-11) without control of its own destiny on the final day of conference play. Yet, fate smiled upon Cornell as all the chips fell into place — the... more

Cornell gears up to face #1 Albany

With the first win of 2018 under its belt, Cornell men’s lacrosse will attempt to shock No. 1 Albany in potentially its toughest matchup of the young season. The upcoming contest this Saturday comes about a year after a resounding 17-6 loss to the Great Danes at home last season, which gave the Red its worst start since 1997. This... more

Harvard tops Cornell in 2OT thriller, Big Red alive for Ivy bid

Harvard and Cornell spent all night throwing mighty shots at each other, but the preseason Ivy favorite Crimson regained its spot atop the conference standings with a 98-88 double overtime victory over the Big Red on Friday evening at Lavietes Pavillion. Harvard (16-12, 11-2 Ivy) moved into a first-place tie with Penn thanks to the victory, while the Big Red... more

#2 Cornell locks up Cleary Cup with 4-2 win at RPI

The Cornell men’s hockey team clinched sole possession of the Cleary Cup for the first time since 2005 on Friday night, using a string of three consecutive goals from the middle of the second period to the middle of the third to power a 4-2 victory over Rensselaer on Friday night at Houston Field House. Freshman forward Morgan Barron scored... more

Cornell battles Yale as race to Ivy Tourney tightens

The Cornell men’s basketball team will play one of its most consequential home weekends in recent memory beginning on Friday, Feb. 23 when Yale visits Newman Arena for a 7 p.m. tip. The contest will be broadcast live on ESPN3 and simulcast on the Ivy League Network with Barry Leonard Eric Taylor ’06 on the call. CornellBigRed.com: Read More more

#1 ranked Cornell hockey stunned by RPI at Lynah Rink

Senior forward Jared Fiegl scored his second goal of the weekend, but the Cornell men’s hockey team’s 11-game unbeaten streak came to a close Saturday when Rensselaer hung on for a 2-1 upset victory at Lynah Rink. RPI was 4-20-4 coming into the night. RPI (5-20-4, 4-10-2 ECAC Hockey) got on the board just 20 seconds into the game, stunning both... more

Harvard makes big shots late to top Big Red 76-73

Seth Towns drained a go-ahead 3-pointer with under three minutes to play and preseason Ivy League favorite Harvard held on down the stretch with free throws to top Cornell 76-73 on Saturday evening at Newman Arena. The Big Red fell to 8-11 on the season (2-4 Ivy), while Harvard moved within a half-game of first place at 5-1 in conference... more

Cornell hockey rises to #1 in national polls

For the first time in nearly 15 years, the Cornell men’s hockey team ranks No. 1 in both the USCHO Division I Men’s Hockey Poll and the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll. Owners of the nation’s best winning percentage (.881) and currently riding the nation’s longest active unbeaten streak of 10 games (9-0-1), the Big Red ascended to the top... more
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