By ARIEL COOPER Freshman Mackenzie Lemieux did not expect her shoelace to untie during the first two kilometers of the open race at Saturday’s Princeton Invitational. She also did not expect to finish third in her very first race for the Red. “I wasn’t expecting it,” she said. “I was […]
By OLIVIA MATTYASOVSZKY This Homecoming weekend, the women’s soccer team had a tough Ivy League matchup against Yale...
By LISA AWAITEY The Cornell field hockey team lost its third straight game on Saturday, falling to Harvard in a tight...
By ANNA FASMAN Tied, 2-2, the Cornell women’s volleyball team stepped onto the Brown Bears’ home court for its...
By SYDNEY ALTSCHULER The Cornell sprint football team fell to Navy, 42-30, in its homecoming game on Saturday at Schoellkopf Field. With the loss, the Red drops to 2-3 on the season while the Shipmen extend their perfect record, advancing to 5-0. Cornell faced an explosive offense in the Midshipmen […]Read more ›
By JOON LEE Head coach David Archer ‘05 could only laugh at the question. It’s not as if what was asked was funny in nature or outrageous. When posed with the question of what the greatest challenge was for freshmen quarterback playing at the collegiate level — such as Jake […]Read more ›
By HAMDAN AL YOUSEFI The joy of the Cornell men’s soccer team was evident from its post-game huddle as the Red secured its first Ivy League victory of the season, defeating Yale on a cold, wet and windy homecoming Saturday night at Berman Field. Senior midfielder and co-captain Conor Goepel […]Read more ›
By ANNA FASMAN Senior forward/midfielder Kerry Schubert’s second goal of the night on Monday against St. Bonaventure tied the game at two with most of the second half to play. Though the two teams fought until the final whistle, the Bonnies were able to pull ahead with a devastating goal […]Read more ›
By KEVIN LINSEY This past week, most European soccer leagues had no games scheduled, as players joined up with their international teams for friendlies to prepare for the next world tournament. This allows a chance to reflect on the season so far, with a focus on the world’s most popular […]Read more ›
By TUCKER MAGGIO HUCEK The Red (7-4-1) made no mistakes early against Colgate (4-7-1) and closed out its non-conference schedule with a 1-0 win on the road. The crowd at a windy Beyer-Small Field in Hamilton, NY saw the Red play a great defensive game as a team with some […]Read more ›