Photo by Patrick Shanahan
Cornell men’s hockey player Sean Collins will continue his career beyond the college ranks, officially signing a two-year contract with the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets, the team announced Thursday morning.
Originally selected by the Blue Jackets in the 2008 NHL Draft as a 7th round (178th overall) pick, Collins completed one of his best se...
This week, I give you my predictions for the 2012 MLB season, including MVPs, Cy Young winners, and my playoff predictions. Next time I will elaborate on my opinions and decide who will win manager of the year as well, among more topics to start the 2012 regular season.
This week's show evaluated the new MLB playoff expansion that will be implemented in 2012 and beyond. I talk about which teams could benefit from this new system and why the
Mets need to look to the Washington Nationals as an example for developing and locking up young talent.
Here's a link that further explains the new playoff format:
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 second segment of Tim's Take on Sports aired March 8. I discussed the allegations against former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams that he implemented a management-approved bounty system, rewarding players with cash for inflicting game-ending injuries during games. Also talk NCAA March Madness and the current conference tournaments, and add insigh...
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...
Saturday evening, the Cornell men's basketball team honored its seniors before taking on Harvard at Newman Arena.
On March 2nd, the Cornell Women's Hockey team took on Quinnipiac University in the ECAC semifinal game. Although Cornell got off to a slow start, goals from Rebecca Johnston, Brianne Jenner, and Jillian Saulnier lead the Big Red to a 5-1 victory over Quinnipiac to advance to the ECAC finals.