By BEN SHATZMAN American League Wild Card: A’s vs. Royals The MLB Wild Card format is somewhat questionable. Teams play 162 game seasons and, come postseason time, two teams from each league face off in a one-game, do-or-die playoff to determine which team moves on to the divisional series. The […]
By OLIVIA MATTYASOVSZKY The women’s soccer team faced two tough tests this weekend in its Ivy League opener as well...
By EMILY BERMAN Despite a strong start, the volleyball team fell to Columbia, 3-1, in its Ivy League opener. With the...
By LISA AWAITEY The field hockey team took to the road this weekend, facing off against Columbia and Monmouth. The Red...
By SYDNEY ALTSCHULER The sprint football team endured its first defeat of the 2014 season on Friday, falling to Ivy foe Penn, 36-19, at Franklin Field. With the loss, the Red dropped to 1-1 while the Quakers improved to 2-0 on the season. The squad jumped out to a quick […]Read more ›
By KEVIN LINSEY Millions of fans around the world, eyes fixed on their TV screens, watch as Oscar receives the ball. The Brazilian midfielder looks for striker Fred and sends a pass to him. Fred has his back towards the goal, eight yards away. The Croatian defender slightly tugs on […]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHIUSANO For the second weekend in a row, the run game hurt the Red early on, and a stifling Bucknell defense held Cornell to just one touchdown in a 20-7 loss to Bucknell. Junior running back Luke Hagy ran for a team high 59 yards and caught three […]Read more ›
By HAMDAN AL YOUSEFI “The intent is to have high-scoring games,” said head coach Jaro Zawislan in an earlier interview — and against Buffalo his team played like they had a point to prove. The Red played with creativity and incisiveness, spreading the ball crisply and sharply. More importantly, Cornell […]Read more ›
By EMILY BERMAN and LISA AWAITEY It’s been a long month. Not, say, as long as the next few months will feel for the Jacksonville Jaguars, but still, physically and emotionally draining all the same. Between classes, the really ridiculously long walk to classes, and the homework from those classes […]Read more ›
By JOON LEE Throughout the Cornell University football team’s season opening loss, sophomore linebacker Miles Norris appeared up and down the field and scorecard. Like a cheetah waiting to hunt down its prey, Norris swarmed in on the Colgate offense, notching a team-high 13 tackles in addition to two sacks […]Read more ›