“There’s a lot of excitement in the room right now,” senior defenseman Nick D’Agostino said. "It’s going to be a [really] hostile environment and we’re going to be big underdogs, but we’re fine with that."
Every year, the NBA starts getting serious when we leave for Spring Break. With less than 20 games remaining, every team is gearing up for the playoffs and making that final push…or starting to tank, whatever. Nonetheless, let’s take a screenshot of the NBA with a quick Power Rankings of the teams who still matter.
The No. 3 Cornell men’s lacrosse team took down the University of Virginia, No. 8, on Saturday in a tight game that came down to one goal. This win gave the Red its fifth consecutive win since the beginning of the season.
Recently I’ve been thinking retrospectively a lot more than I usually would. Maybe it’s because I’m a second semester senior who needs to go out more, or maybe I’m starting to feel the big 22 getting closer and closer and my impending quarter-life crisis is messing with my noggin. Who knows? I don’t.
This past weekend, the women’s softball team finished its run in the George Mason Patriot Classic, achieving an overall record of 3-5 to start off the season. Although The Red struggled to pull out a win on Saturday, losing to both Monmouth College with a score of 2-1 and Longwood University, 8-0, Cornell was able to shutout the host Patriots on Sunday morning.
The Cornell fencing team competed at the NCAA Northeast Regional Tournament, held on March 10 at St. John’s University.
“It’s incredibly competitive, the number of people that will compete at nationals is very limited,” said assistant coach Oleg Brusilovsky said. “Of course every school brings the best fencers and its very tough and the region itself is incredibly strong.”