On March 10th, the Big Red took on Dartmouth college in the second game of the quarterfinals at Lynah Rink. On Senior Night, Cornell came out strong, scoring three quick goals in the first period, including one from senior, Locke Jillson. Despite the noticeably physical play, the Big Red stayed in control, and came out with a 3-1 win to move on to the semifinals in Atlanti...
Frozen Four Bound–Cornell's Laura Fortino (center) celebrates with teammates shortly after Rougeau's game-winning goal in triple overtime. (Photo by Patrick Shanahan)
A combined 14 goals scored through three periods and each team giving up three-goal leads was only half the story during Cornell’s NCAA Quarterfinal game at Lynah Rink against Boston University Saturda...
The Cornell women’s hockey team earned the No. 3 seed in the tournament as an at-large, and will host Boston University this Saturday at 2 p.m. in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
While the Big Red (29-4) may not have been able to eat their cake and have it too after being upset by St. Lawrence in the ECAC Championshi...
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The St. Lawrence Saints came marching into Lynah Rink and dethroned the two-time defending ECAC Conference champion Big Red in a 3-1 upset Saturday afternoon at Lynah Rink.
Cornell (29-4, 20-3 ECAC) was looking for its third straight ECAC Tournament title, but the Saints (24-9-4, 15-6-2) spoiled the campaign, locking the automatic bid to the NCAA ...
Freshman Jillian Saulnier's goal two minutes into overtime gave the Big Red a 2-1 victory over Clarkson Friday night at Lynah Rink. Senior Rebecca Johnston had a goal and an assist on the night and Cornell (26-3, 20-2 ECAC) extended their win streak to six games, and are now 15-1 in 2012. The Big Red host Brown in the ECAC Quarterfinals for a best-of-three series starting ...
Champions–Cornell presented the ECAC championship trophy after a 2-1 overtime victory against Clarkson Friday night at Lynah Rink. It is the Big Red's third consecutive ECAC Championship. (Photo by Patrick Shanahan)
Clarkson’s desperate attempt to have officials take a second look at a Cornell goal in overtime was to no avail. The goal stood, and the No. 3-ranked Bi...
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The Cornell men’s ice hockey team flipped the switch in a 4-2 victory over Yale Saturday night at Lynah Rink, winning their first Ivy League Championship since 2005 in the process.
The Big Red (13-6-6, 10-5-3 ECAC) re-staked their claim on the Bulldogs (10-3-2, 7-10-1), a team that won the 2011 Ivy League Championship and embarrassed the Big...
In a battle of top-tier teams, Cornell (3) deftly handled Mercyhurst College (5). A four-goal third period was the highlight of a standout performance from the squad.
Last night the Cornell Big Red Men’s Hockey Team took on and shut out the Princeton Tigers 4-0 in front of a full house. It seemed fitting seeing as this was the first Ivy League game of the season for Cornell.
Cornell started off the game strong with seven shots on goal in the first period. The game was incredibly fast paced, but ran smoothly. There were very few pen...
The Big Red earned a 5-1 victory over Carleton on Saturday, October, 22.