By JOEL COOPER Cornell’s fencing team rounded out its 2014-15 season with its annual Alumni, Parents and Friends tournament. After a successful year, the Red used this meet as an opportunity to welcome back former players, while saying goodbye to this year’s graduating seniors. The tournament presented the chance for […]
By ADAM BRONFIN In front of a crowd 7,500 strong and underneath bright blue skies, No. 14 Princeton seemed poised to...
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It seemed they only thing that could put the Red’s losing streak on hold was the weather. Cornell’s match against Binghamton was cancelled due to inclement weather. Previously, the Red (9-25, 6-10 Ivy) had been losers of six straight games, including a sweep from Columbia. The team has now being […]Read more ›
By NATHANIEL MARTIN The Cornell women’s lacrosse team will play No. 14 Penn in the semifinals of the Ivy League tournament — but not before they take on the Quakers in the final game of the regular season. The regular season finale will determine seeding for the Ivy League tournament […]Read more ›
By BEN DENSON The goal of any writer is to make the intangible a vivid, yet living force. It is to make the visceral nature within all of us seem obvious and observable. Digging deeper, and realizing that the goal scored by an NHL rookie is more than just a […]Read more ›
By ADAM BRONFIN After a 15-6 loss at the hands of Brown, Cornell welcomes Ivy League-leading Princeton to Schoellkopf at 1 p.m. Saturday to conclude their regular season on Senior Day. The Red’s loss against Brown was their worst of the season. The Red (9-4, 3-2 Ivy) has proven […]Read more ›
By KEVIN LINSEY With just five of 38 games left for most British teams, now is an apt time to start reviewing the 2014-15 season. I’ll identify the best player at each position this season and explain why they deserve a place in an all-star line-up. Goalkeeper: David de Gea, […]Read more ›
By JESSICA BROFSKY On Friday at the Reis Tennis Center, the Red trailed the Quakers, 2-3, with the No. 1 and No. 2 players still on the court. While sophomore Alex D’Ascenzo, who was playing at No. 2 , was winning in the third set, junior Dena Tanenbaum at the […]Read more ›