By ANNA FASMAN The Cornell women’s volleyball team fought hard until the end, but ultimately fell to Syracuse, 3-1, on Sunday as it wrapped up the Syracuse tournament. The tournament, which took place throughout the weekend, left the Red with one win against the University of Albany and two losses […]
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By DANIELLE LETOURNEAU This weekend, the Cornell men’s tennis team traveled to Princeton for the Ivy Invitational...
By LISA AWAITEY The women’s field hockey team continued its impressive winning streak this weekend with slim victories...
By HAMDAN AL YOUSEFI As the Red played out the dying of minutes of the fourth annual CU Inaria Classic, the stark difference between the Red and Fairleigh Dickinson University could be reflected by the respective benches. The Knights looked despondent, in complete contrast to the Red, which was urging […]Read more ›
By SYDNEY ALTSCHULER The Cornell sprint football team kicked off its 2014 season with a match against Franklin Pierce University Saturday at home. The Red conquered the Ravens, 28-7, in the home opener, handing longtime head coach Terry Cullen his 171st program victory for a career record of 171-139-7. Cullen […]Read more ›
By JOEL COOPER The women’s soccer team continued its fine form so far this season, recording a 3-2 victory over the University of Buffalo at home on Friday before earning a 1-0 overtime victory at Binghamton University on Sunday. The weekend’s results take the Red to 5-1 for the season […]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHIUSANO A revamped offense with a new leader at the helm got the Red within striking distance of Colgate on Saturday in the season opener, but the Raiders took control in the fourth quarter, securing a 27-12 win on their homecoming. Junior quarterback James Few’s debut leading the […]Read more ›
By JOON LEE Junior quarterback James Few has been tasked with a near impossible job: filling the shoes of arguably the greatest quarterback in the history of Cornell University. The first step in that task begins this weekend, when the football team travels to Colgate (0-2). The Red will take […]Read more ›
By ANNA FASMAN With 199 wins under their belts, the women of the Cornell soccer team are preparing for this weekend of games, hoping to notch a 200th victory for the program. The Red will take on Buffalo Friday afternoon, followed by a Sunday game against Binghamton. So far this […]Read more ›