Sports Editor and 10 Questions columnist Anna Fasman sat down with rowing junior Nigel Harriman to talk about everything from rowing to medicine. 1) How did you start rowing? I started rowing in seventh grade after seeing my cousin — who eventually went on to Bates — win the […]
By JOON LEE To say Brianne Jenner is accomplished would be selling her way short. The senior defenseman for the women’s...
By ADAM BRONFIN For four months, Shonn Miller watched from the bench as his team stumbled. Sidelined with a shoulder...
Although the Cornell equestrian team concluded its team season with a win at the Ivy League Championships two weeks...
By BEN SHATZMAN As the San Antonio Spurs walked out of a Los Angeles nightclub just hours after their playoff-eliminating loss to the Clippers, footage captured Tim Duncan holding his visibly hammered teammate upright. The players walked to their bus, having drank away some sorrows that accompany a game-seven defeat. […]Read more ›
The Cornell women’s rowing team hosted Dartmouth College on Cayuga Lake this past weekend and took home the majority of the wins. The Red won three out of the five races on the water against the Green. The contest was the traditional Parent’s Cup, a race that the Red has […]Read more ›
By ADAM BRONFIN With the stakes raised, Cornell was unable to replicate the same magic of last weekend. In a rematch against Princeton (9-5, 5-2 Ivy), the Red (10-5, 4-3 Ivy) fell to the Tigers, 11-7. Cornell was outscored, 8-3, in the first three quarters, yet, unlike last week, there […]Read more ›
By RACHEL CHERNER In their last meets of the regular season, the Cornell men’s and women’s track and field teams hosted the Cornell Outdoor Invitational on Friday and Saturday at the Kane Sports Complex. A combined impressive performance from the men and women’s teams led to nine new track records, […]Read more ›
By ANNA FASMAN The Cornell softball program saw the end of an era last Tuesday when head coach Dick Blood finished his 20-year Red career with a double-header against Binghamton. Blood has made immense contributions during his time as head coach. He has more winning lineup cards than any other […]Read more ›
By JOON LEE This is the final installment of a three-part series about head football coach David Archer ’05. To read Part 1, click here. To read Part 2, click here. On the shelf behind the desk of David Archer ’05 in Schoellkopf Hall sits a tidy stack of books. Among the […]Read more ›