ZAKOUR | Madness in February?

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By JOHN ZAKOUR Although March is usually the month set aside for sanctioned madness, February has had its share of insanity. The NBA trade deadline feature roughly a tenth of the league changing jerseys. A blockbuster trade sent the brothers Dragic eastward to the Miami Heat while a more sentimental […]

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EQUESTRIAN | Equestrian Rides Home With First Place Finish

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EQUESTRIAN | Equestrian Rides Home With First Place Finish

By ARIEL COOPER The Cornell equestrian team romped back into the Oxley Equestrian Center on Sunday with a first-place finish at the team’s first home show with new head coach Joanna Novakovic ’03. Tied for first with Ithaca College at 33 points, Cornell solidified its 44-point lead in the regional […]

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WOMEN’S LACROSSE | Red Looks to Walk Over Danes to Victory

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WOMEN’S LACROSSE | Red Looks to Walk Over Danes to Victory

By JOEL COOPER The Cornell women’s lacrosse team looks to build on its fine start to the season this weekend when they match up against University of Albany (1-0). The Red (1-0) is coming off of a strong season opener against Temple University, which they won, 17-8, to record the […]

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Men Struggle Against Northwestern, Women Beat Army

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After a car accident in November left four of the men on the tennis team injured, the team has been closer than ever. Two of the injured players were able to participate in this weekend’s set of matches. (Connor Archard / Sun Sports Photography Editor)

By JESSIE BROFSKY The Cornell men’s and women’s tennis teams both saw success in their matches this past weekend. The men’s squad clinched a victory against Penn State while the women beat Army, 7-0. However, the men fell in their second match of the weekend against Northwestern, 4-2. The women’s […]

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Men Drop Two Games in Weekend Ivy Series

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Senior guard Galal Cancer, pictured above, scored 19 points in the Red’s game against Yale. (Connor Archard / Sun Sports Photography Editor)

By AMIR PATEL  The Cornell men’s basketball team had a tough trip to New England over the weekend. The Red dropped games to both Yale and Brown, leaving the squad standing with a 4-6 record in Ivy play and putting the Red in fifth place with just four more league […]

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DUBNOV | Pressing the Professionals

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By NIKITA DUBNOV  If you randomly browse sports clips on the Internet with frequency, it is very likely that you have watched at least one of Marshawn Lynch’s signature post-game interviews. If you have not, let me fill you in. During his tenure as the star running back of the […]

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