The golf team finished its season this past weekend at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, M.D., at the Ivy League Championship. The Red tied for last, but was just +37 strokes off the lead in the three-round tournament.
On the final day of the regular season, the Cornell laxers scored one of their best performances of the year on perhaps the team’s biggest stage thus far, running away from rival Princeton, 17-11, in the Big City Classic at MetLife Stadium.
The Cornell men’s heavyweight rowers traveled to New Haven, Conn., on Saturday to participate in the annual Carnegie Cup, a race between Princeton, Yale and Cornell. The Red has won the cup 30 times, including last year.
Senior offensive lineman J.C. Tretter became the 31st Cornell player of all time to be selected in the NFL draft as the Green Bay Packers chose him this weekend in the 2013 draft. Tretter was chosen as the 25th pick in the fourth round, making him the 122nd overall selection.
The Red finished its season with a thrilling 18-17 victory over the Boston University Terriers Saturday afternoon for a Senior Day win. Cornell (10-5, 4-3) scored a season-high 18 points during the game, which featured nine lead changes and nine ties.
The Red finishes up the 2013 regular season Saturday at Schoellkopf Field against Boston University, days after the team’s thrilling 17-11 win against Binghamton on Tuesday. Cornell (9-5, 4-3 Ivy League) tied a season high in goals with 17 as freshman attacker Emily Tripodi tied the school’s single game record of assists with six.
For the past two semesters, I have written a column, “Sucks to Suck,” every other Friday. I have covered a wide range of topics from college football to Bob Knight, and I have enjoyed sharing my perspective with my friends, family, as well as complete strangers.
Almost three weeks ago, David Archer ’05 stepped onto the green of Schoellkopf Field for the first time as head coach of the Cornell football program. Twelve practices full of rigorous development and relentless repetitions later, Archer and the Red will take the field Saturday for the final time this spring.
The baseball team is looking to grab some wins as it prepares to head into the Ivy League Championships. The team’s latest game, a 6-5 nonleague loss to Binghamton on Wednesday, put the team on a sour note, but the Red is ready to bounce back for an upcoming four-game series against Princeton.
As Ivy League students, Cornellians like to be at the front of the pack. No one understands this more than freshman Luke Hagy. A standout rookie running back for the Red and 2012 Ivy League Rookie of the Year nominee, Hagy’s motivation to succeed extends from the football field to the corporate world.