Cornell Sports Broadcasting
Producer: Yasmin Alameddine
Editor: Yasmin Alameddine
Writers: Joyce Wu, Lindsay Wershaw, Lucas Strombeck, Katrina Okano
Anchors: Katrina Okano, Joyce Wu
Featured is a compilation of highlights throughout the Cornell women's basketball 2010-11 season. Guard Stephanie Long led all freshman in assists, and sophomore forward Clare Fitzpatrick was an All-Ivy League Honorable Mention and led the team in scoring with 11.6 points per game. The Big Red were the youngest team in the Ivy League, with only one senior on their roster a...
Cornell improved to 3-0 on the year, beating Post 22-14.
The Big Red fell to Yale on Homecoming 21-7.
At around the 6 minute mark the second unit and then some is on the floor for the Big Red. What a dominant performance from Cornell this afternoon. Relativly sloppy basketball for the past couple of minutes as Steve Donahue begins to reach deeper and deeper into his bench in a game that has been over for some time.
A three pointer from Max Groebe withe 3:30 to go as Cor...
Wittman takes a seat at the 11 minute mark and that should be for the rest of the game - no sense in risking the health of your possible Ivy League player of the year in a thirty point basketball game.
Errick Peck continuing to log the minutes in this one. Like most of his playing time this season, he is showing flashes of stardom but still making rookie mistakes.
The all time leading assist man for the Big Red keeps at it. Senior Guard, Louis Dale is just 3 assists shy of a grand total of 400 for his career. Dale with 7 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds on the game so far. Things always look bright for the Big Red when you have the schools all time leading scorer and assist man on the court at the same time in Wittman and Dale. ...
Jeff Reeves with a beautiful turnaround floater coming out of the media timeout, immediatly answered by an authoritative And-1 dunk from Asenso Ampin (free throw missed). Despite a few turnovers Cornell still easily in control of this one with seven minutes gone in the second half.
Back-to-back threes from Dale and Wittman and excellent point guard play from Dale are co...
Back to Newman Arena for the second half of Columbia-Cornell...
When you play a first half the way the Big Red did this afternoon your main goal is to maintain that momentum into the second half out of the gates and not let your opponent think for a second that they have a chance to turn it around. While not a dominant start to the half, mission accomplished in the earl...
Utter dominance on all ends for the Big Red.
Cornell left the floor for the locker room to a standing ovation and rightfully so....
Cornell has more points in the paint, points off turnovers, second chance points, fast break points, rebounds, assists, blocks, steels, three point field goals made, and less turnovers. I don't think Conrell could have statistically pl...