Field Hockey Closes Out Season With a Win Against Yale

“Picking up the energy was a big thing. I think in the first 7 minutes [of the game] we came off kind of slow,” Ramsey said. “But from the second quarter and on, we really picked it up from there. So, going into the third, we were just focused on keeping up and playing the game.”

Field Hockey Falls to Harvard in Overtime

“We played very well but we didn’t take advantage of our offensive opportunities when we had them and didn’t execute on our penalty corners [which] cost us the game,” Smith said. 

Field Hockey Suffers Two Losses Over Fall Break

“[In the first half] we were playing very fast and composed,” said senior midfielder Julia Darmo. “In the second half, Penn really came out a lot faster than they had been playing in the first half, so it might have caught us off guard a bit. I really think we were able to handle it, but unfortunately, they did score twice and we weren’t able to finish on the other side.”  

Field Hockey Triumph After Double Header

“[We] played really well all weekend, scored some nice goals on Saturday, scored some really nice goals on Sunday,” Andy Smith said. 

Field Hockey Falls in Pair of Big Ten Matchups

Cornell began its weekend with a matchup against No. 6 Penn State (6-1) on Saturday, before taking on No. 7 Michigan (4-3) on Sunday. Both games were hard fought, but the weekend ended in two scoreless losses for the Red. 

Field Hockey Falls to Yale in Season Finale

2021 was a season of missed opportunity for the Red. The team found itself in a number of close matchups, including multiple games in which it blew leads, that would have significantly changed its final record.