Brittany Marriott and the Red have fought their way through difficult opponents, losing only one game so far.

Cornell Women’s Lacrosse Off to Best Start in Program History

The women’s lacrosse team faced off against three different opponents on the road: Brown, Binghamton and the defending national champions, Maryland. The Red managed to continue its winning streak against its first two opponents, but was unable to topple Maryland, the current top-ranked team in the nation.

Sophomore midfielder Joey Coffy and the Red weather a late comeback attempt and defeated the Bulldogs, 10-6.

Cornell Women’s Lacrosse Defeats Yale, Moves to 3-0

On Saturday, the Cornell women’s lacrosse team (3-0, 1-0 Ivy) faced off against Yale (2-3, 0-1 Ivy) in its first Ivy League matchup of the season. In front of a supportive home crowd at Schoellkopf Field, the Red managed to gain the upper hand over Yale and weather a late furious comeback attempt by the Bulldogs to end with the win, 10-6.

With beautiful weather and home field advantage, the Red hopes to start Ivy play strong.

Women’s Lacrosse Takes on Yale to Begin Ivy League Play

The Cornell women’s lacrosse team (2-0, 0-0 Ivy) takes on Yale in its first Ivy League matchup of the season this Saturday in Ithaca, and the spotlight will be on senior captain Emily Tripodi, who has the chance to enter the chronicles of Cornell lacrosse history and become the all time assist leader for the women’s program. The Red is already undefeated on the season, and ran through its first two opponents Villanova and the University of Albany — with strong performances from many players. Eight members of the team have scored in the first two matchups, and they are only getting better at playing together. “We are starting to get our game chemistry down, which anybody would tell you is an essential piece to find in the spring,” Tripodi said. “Offensively we have players who are ready to produce, and we are tightening up our mental game and our skills to fulfill our potential.”

The team’s offensive squad has mainly stayed the same as last year’s, with senior Olivia Mattyasovszky and junior Amie Dickson leading the pack.