By Alex Post
The theme of the game was growth; and Cornell showed they had clearly grown up this season. The Big Red took on Army on Sunday prepared to play a complete game; and that’s just what they did to move on in the NCAA Tournament to the semifinals next weekend in Baltimore.
In the first quarter Cornell started off strong winning the face-offs...
Cornell needed to reset and reload to take on Loyola (MD) on saturday afternoon, just a week after falling to Princeton in the championship game of the first ever Ivy League Tournament. The Greyhounds entered the opening round NCAA tournament game on a two game skid of their own, and were looking to upset the seventh seeded Big Red at Schoellkopf Field.
At the start of ...
With 11 seconds remaining, Cornell Sophomore, Rob Pannell scored the deciding goal, helping the Red to edge Harvard, 13-12.