The Red hopes to keep its winning record against Brown and Yale.

Cornell Volleyball Aims to Continue Success Against Yale, Brown

Riding a wave of momentum, the Cornell women’s volleyball team looks to secure its first 10-win season since 2008 when it faces Ivy League foes Yale and Brown this weekend. The team will be also be seeking their fourth conference win against teams that have already surpassed them before this season. Following a 3-1 win over Columbia University last weekend, the Red looks strong going into the weekend. “We are definitely looking to carry our momentum from the past two games into this weekend,” said senior middle hitter Macey Wilson. “Yale and Brown are always tough to play, but I think we have a lot of confidence that will allow us to continue to play at the high level we have been.”

Freshman middle blocker Jenna Phelps agreed with her teammate on the importance of last week’s victory.

The volleyball team posted a 2-1 record over fall break, topping Binghamton and Penn.

Cornell Volleyball Captures First Ivy Win Over Penn

While many Cornellians used fall break to catch up on homework or spend time back home, the volleyball team was hard at work competing in a string of matches. Over the weekend, the team dueled with Ivy League competitors Princeton and Penn and the ended the competition-filled break against Binghamton on Tuesday.

In the Red's second tournament of the season, the volleyball team lost its first two games before picking up a win over Nebraska-Omaha.

Cornell Volleyball Goes 1-2 at Kangaroo Klassic in Missouri

Competing in the Midwest proved a challenge for the Cornell volleyball team (3-3) as the Red went 1-2 in the Kangaroo Klassic, hosted by University of Missouri at Kansas City. Cornell fell to both the host school and Bradley before beating University of Nebraska at Omaha in the final match.

Cornell women's track and field team will travel to Princeton to face the other seven Ivy League schools this weekend.

Following Second Place Finish at Indoor Championship, Women’s Track and Field Prepares to Knock off Harvard

The Cornell women’s track and field team is looking to one up its second place finish Indoor season as the team travels to Princeton, N.J. to compete in the Ivy League Outdoor Championships. The team will be entering the competition as one of the top squads in the Ivy League competing in the weekend-long event. The Red boasts some of the fastest times and furthest throws and jumps in the conference. In order to be sitting at the top when the dust has settled, the women will need all the pieces to come together.

WIth a series of strong performances in the past few meets, the track and field teams are poised for dominant Ivy Heps

Cornell Track and Field Prepares for Ivy League Heps

After an abnormally warm, but long, winter, spring has finally sprung, and with the change in the weather came the start of outdoor season for the Cornell men’s and women’s track and field teams. Thus far, both teams are running on all cylinders, and as the season is relatively short, each squad is already making preparations for Outdoor Ivy Heps coming up in early May.