Women’s Basketball Suffers Two Defeats to Ivy League Opponents

The women’s basketball team had another trip away from Ithaca this past weekend, traveling to Dartmouth on Friday and Harvard on Saturday. The women have four games left in the regular season but this was the last time they faced either the Green or the Crimson. Going into the weekend Cornell was ranked third in the Ivy League, but after losing both contests — on Friday to Dartmouth, 60-52, and then on Saturday to Harvard, 68-63 — the Red left sitting in fifth place in the conference standings with a record of 5-5 against Ivy League opponents. “It was an interesting shift being on the road,” said junior forward Nicholle Aston. “But that doesn’t account for the poor result we had.

SQUASH | Men and Women Battle Top Opponents

Since students left for winter break, the men’s and women’s squash teams have played five matches, including three against Ivy League opponents. The men’s team went 1-4 over the break, winning against Brown and taking losses from Yale, Trinity, Columbia and St. Lawrence. Though the losses to Ivy League opponents were tough, the match against Trinity was the real test of the break. Trinity is currently ranked No.

VOLLEYBALL | Cornell Falls to Harvard and Dartmouth in Last Away Games of Season

After earning a hard fought win against Brown last weekend, Cornell volleyball traveled through New England this weekend to play Harvard and Dartmouth. On Friday in Cambridge, the Red didn’t have enough momentum to beat the Crimson and dropped the match, 3-0. The three set match ended 25-16, 25-9, 26-24. After an outstanding performance last weekend with a personal record for hits, freshman Carla Sganderlla remained consistent, adding five kills for the Red in only three sets. Junior Macey Wilson also led way, earning eight kills for a .333 kill percentage.