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  • Senior forward Joel Lowry scored his fourth goal of the season and freshman goaltender Hayden Stewart made 33 saves, but the Cornell men's hockey team fell to nationally ranked Denver, 3-1, on Saturday, December 6, 2014, at Lynah Rink. The teams split the weekend series of non-league games.
    Men's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Denver - 12/6/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Senior forward Joel Lowry scored his fourth goal of the season and freshman goaltender Hayden Stewart made 33 saves, but the Cornell men's hockey team fell to nationally ranked Denver, 3-1, on Saturday, December 6, 2014, at Lynah Rink. The teams split the weekend series of non-league games.

  • Senior Shonn Miller and sophomore Robert Hatter scored 18 points apiece as Cornell snapped UMass Lowell's six-game win streak with a 71-60 victory over the River Hawks on Saturday, December 6, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red climbed over the .500 mark (5-4) with the win to head into a 15-day break for final exams, while UMass Lowell slipped to 6-3.
    Men's Basketball | Cornell vs. UMass-Lowell - 12/6/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Senior Shonn Miller and sophomore Robert Hatter scored 18 points apiece as Cornell snapped UMass Lowell's six-game win streak with a 71-60 victory over the River Hawks on Saturday, December 6, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red climbed over the .500 mark (5-4) with the win to head into a 15-day break for final exams, while UMass Lowell slipped to 6-3.

  • After a back-and-forth second half against a confident Bryant team, Nicholle Aston became the Big Red's fourth double figure scorer by calmly sinking a 15-foot jumper with seven seconds left as Cornell topped the Bulldogs 66-64 on Saturday, December 6, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red improved to 4-4 on the year, while Bryant slipped to 6-2.
    Women's Basketball | Cornell vs. Bryant - 12/6/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    After a back-and-forth second half against a confident Bryant team, Nicholle Aston became the Big Red's fourth double figure scorer by calmly sinking a 15-foot jumper with seven seconds left as Cornell topped the Bulldogs 66-64 on Saturday, December 6, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red improved to 4-4 on the year, while Bryant slipped to 6-2.

  • In a matchup of one of the biggest teams in college hockey against a team with a smaller build, not only did the bigger team win Friday but the biggest man on the ice spearheaded the effort. Junior forward Christian Hilbrich, standing at 6 feet, 7 inches, scored twice and added an assist, and Cornell never trailed in a 4-1 victory over nationally ranked Denver to kick off a big non-league weekend series at Lynah Rink.
    Men's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Denver - 12/5/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    In a matchup of one of the biggest teams in college hockey against a team with a smaller build, not only did the bigger team win Friday but the biggest man on the ice spearheaded the effort. Junior forward Christian Hilbrich, standing at 6 feet, 7 inches, scored twice and added an assist, and Cornell never trailed in a 4-1 victory over nationally ranked Denver to kick off a big non-league weekend series at Lynah Rink.

  • Buffalo's hot second half shooting and 10-2 run to close the game helped the visitors to a 65-58 victory over Cornell on Thursday, December 4, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red fell to 3-4 with the loss, while the Bulls improved to 4-3.
    Women's Basketball | Cornell vs. Buffalo - 12/4/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Buffalo's hot second half shooting and 10-2 run to close the game helped the visitors to a 65-58 victory over Cornell on Thursday, December 4, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red fell to 3-4 with the loss, while the Bulls improved to 4-3.

  • Cornell women's ice hockey scored five goals over the final two periods to blow by Syracuse 6-2 on Tuesday, December 2, 2014, at Lynah Rink. The victory ups the Big Red's record to 4-6-1, while the squad moves to 4-2-1 at home this season.
    Women's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Syracuse - 12/2/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Cornell women's ice hockey scored five goals over the final two periods to blow by Syracuse 6-2 on Tuesday, December 2, 2014, at Lynah Rink. The victory ups the Big Red's record to 4-6-1, while the squad moves to 4-2-1 at home this season.

  • Cornell women's ice hockey returned to action, following an eight-day layoff for Thanksgiving break, to take on heated rival No. 7/10 Mercyhurst on Monday, December 1, 2014, at Lynah Rink. The Big Red put together one of its strongest efforts on the young season, but had to settle for a 1-1 overtime tie against the Lakers.
    Women's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Mercyhurst - 12/1/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Cornell women's ice hockey returned to action, following an eight-day layoff for Thanksgiving break, to take on heated rival No. 7/10 Mercyhurst on Monday, December 1, 2014, at Lynah Rink. The Big Red put together one of its strongest efforts on the young season, but had to settle for a 1-1 overtime tie against the Lakers.

  • In its annual showcase at famed Madison Square Garden, the Cornell Men's Hockey team put its essence on display Saturday, November 29, 2014. The Big Red withstood early body blows, tied the game on a goal seemingly out of thin air, then produced the winner on a counterattack to help secure a 3-1 victory over Penn State at the second edition of The Frozen Apple.
    Men's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Penn State - 11/29/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    In its annual showcase at famed Madison Square Garden, the Cornell Men's Hockey team put its essence on display Saturday, November 29, 2014. The Big Red withstood early body blows, tied the game on a goal seemingly out of thin air, then produced the winner on a counterattack to help secure a 3-1 victory over Penn State at the second edition of The Frozen Apple.

  • Cornell's suffocating defense helped the Big Red snap a three-game skid with a 67-60 win over Canisius on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red improved to 3-4 on the season, while the Golden Griffins fell to 2-2.
    Men's Basketball | Cornell vs. Canisius - 11/26/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Cornell's suffocating defense helped the Big Red snap a three-game skid with a 67-60 win over Canisius on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red improved to 3-4 on the season, while the Golden Griffins fell to 2-2.

  • The Big Red women's basketball team ran its winning streak to three games as it pulled away late in the second half to earn the 58-49 victory over Marshall on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, at Newman Arena. With the win, Cornell improves to 3-2 overall, while handing the Thundering Herd its first loss of the season at 3-1.
    Women's Basketball | Cornell vs. Marshall - 11/26/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    The Big Red women's basketball team ran its winning streak to three games as it pulled away late in the second half to earn the 58-49 victory over Marshall on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, at Newman Arena. With the win, Cornell improves to 3-2 overall, while handing the Thundering Herd its first loss of the season at 3-1.

  • The Cornell Men's Hockey team roared to a four-point ECAC Hockey weekend by scoring three times in the opening 15 minutes Saturday, November 22, 2014, in a 4-0 rout of Brown at Lynah Rink.
    Men's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Brown - 11/22/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    The Cornell Men's Hockey team roared to a four-point ECAC Hockey weekend by scoring three times in the opening 15 minutes Saturday, November 22, 2014, in a 4-0 rout of Brown at Lynah Rink.

  • #3 Cornell 21, #21 Oklahoma 13\n125: #2 Nahshon Garrett (C) won by decision over \255\255Ryan Millhof (O), 6-2\n133: #3 Cody Brewer (O) won by major decision over Bricker Dixon (C), 12-4\n141: Trae Blackwell (O) won by decision over Nick Arujau (C), 8-6 (ot1)\n149: #7 Chris Villalonga (C) won by major decision over Shayne Tucker (O), 13-4\n157: #13 Justin DeAngelis (O) won by decision over Taylor Simaz (C), 7-3\n165: Jesse Shanaman (C) won by decision over Clark Glass (O), 4-1\n174: Duke Pickett (C) won by decision over Matt Reed (O), 8-6 (ot1)\n184 #1 Gabe Dean (C) won by tech fall over Greg Wilson (O), 2:44 (17-0)\n197: Owen Scott (C) won by decision over Brad Johnson (O), 6-5\nHWT: Jacob Aike-Phillips (C) vs. Zach Merrill (O) won by decision over Jacob Aiken-Phillips (O), 4-0
    Wrestling | (3) Cornell vs. (21) Oklahoma - 11/22/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    #3 Cornell 21, #21 Oklahoma 13\n125: #2 Nahshon Garrett (C) won by decision over \255\255Ryan Millhof (O), 6-2\n133: #3 Cody Brewer (O) won by major decision over Bricker Dixon (C), 12-4\n141: Trae Blackwell (O) won by decision over Nick Arujau (C), 8-6 (ot1)\n149: #7 Chris Villalonga (C) won by major decision over Shayne Tucker (O), 13-4\n157: #13 Justin DeAngelis (O) won by decision over Taylor Simaz (C), 7-3\n165: Jesse Shanaman (C) won by decision over Clark Glass (O), 4-1\n174: Duke Pickett (C) won by decision over Matt Reed (O), 8-6 (ot1)\n184 #1 Gabe Dean (C) won by tech fall over Greg Wilson (O), 2:44 (17-0)\n197: Owen Scott (C) won by decision over Brad Johnson (O), 6-5\nHWT: Jacob Aike-Phillips (C) vs. Zach Merrill (O) won by decision over Jacob Aiken-Phillips (O), 4-0

  • Legendary head coach Al Bagnoli and his Penn Quakers walked off Schoellkopf Field with a win in his final game as a college coach as Cornell left too many points on the field as the visitors escaped with a 34-26 win on Saturday, November 22, 2014, at Schoellkopf Field. Penn regained possession of the Trustees' Cup with the win.
    Football | Cornell vs. Penn - 11/22/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Legendary head coach Al Bagnoli and his Penn Quakers walked off Schoellkopf Field with a win in his final game as a college coach as Cornell left too many points on the field as the visitors escaped with a 34-26 win on Saturday, November 22, 2014, at Schoellkopf Field. Penn regained possession of the Trustees' Cup with the win.

  • Junior forward Christian Hilbrich scored his first goal of the season at an opportune time, leading the Cornell men's hockey team to a 3-2 victory over Yale on Friday, November 21, 2014, at Lynah Rink.
    Men's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Yale - 11/21/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Junior forward Christian Hilbrich scored his first goal of the season at an opportune time, leading the Cornell men's hockey team to a 3-2 victory over Yale on Friday, November 21, 2014, at Lynah Rink.

  • Cornell rallied from a 17-point first half deficit that was still 13 points with 11 minutes to play and stormed back to earn a 58-52 victory over Central New York rival Colgate on Tuesday, November 18, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red matched its win total from a year ago in improving to 2-1 on the season, while the Raiders slipped to 0-2.
    Men's Basketball | Cornell vs. Colgate - 11/18/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Cornell rallied from a 17-point first half deficit that was still 13 points with 11 minutes to play and stormed back to earn a 58-52 victory over Central New York rival Colgate on Tuesday, November 18, 2014, at Newman Arena. The Big Red matched its win total from a year ago in improving to 2-1 on the season, while the Raiders slipped to 0-2.

  • Cornell women's hockey concluded its season-long five-game home stand on a positive note Tuesday, November 18, 2014, besting local ECAC Hockey rival Colgate 3-1 at Lynah Rink.
    Women's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Colgate - 11/18/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Cornell women's hockey concluded its season-long five-game home stand on a positive note Tuesday, November 18, 2014, besting local ECAC Hockey rival Colgate 3-1 at Lynah Rink.

  • In a game full of intrigue, the Big Red overcame both prosperity and adversity on its way to a 30-27 victory over Ivy League rival Columbia on Saturday, November 15, 2014, at Wien Stadium. The Big Red picked up its first win of the season (1-8, 1-5 Ivy) in emerging victorious in New York City for the first time since 2004. The Lions dropped to 0-9 (0-6 Ivy) with the hard-luck loss.
    Football | Cornell at Columbia - 11/15/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    In a game full of intrigue, the Big Red overcame both prosperity and adversity on its way to a 30-27 victory over Ivy League rival Columbia on Saturday, November 15, 2014, at Wien Stadium. The Big Red picked up its first win of the season (1-8, 1-5 Ivy) in emerging victorious in New York City for the first time since 2004. The Lions dropped to 0-9 (0-6 Ivy) with the hard-luck loss.

  • St. Lawrence scored four consecutive goals, including short-handed and power-play strikes early in the third period, to hand the men's hockey team a 4-2 loss Saturday, November 15, 2014, at Lynah Rink.
    Men's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. St. Lawrence - 11/15/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    St. Lawrence scored four consecutive goals, including short-handed and power-play strikes early in the third period, to hand the men's hockey team a 4-2 loss Saturday, November 15, 2014, at Lynah Rink.

  • The Big Red volleyball team took the first set off Ivy League leader Harvard, but the Crimson stormed back to win the final three en route to a 3-1 decision in the regular season finale for both teams. Cornell finishes the year with a 6-18 record overall and a mark of 3-11 in conference.
    Volleyball | Cornell at Harvard - 11/15/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    The Big Red volleyball team took the first set off Ivy League leader Harvard, but the Crimson stormed back to win the final three en route to a 3-1 decision in the regular season finale for both teams. Cornell finishes the year with a 6-18 record overall and a mark of 3-11 in conference.

  •  Cornell men's soccer closed out its 2014 season on a winning note Saturday, November 15, 2014, beating Columbia 1-0 in double-overtime at Rocco Commisso Soccer Stadium. The victory was the Big Red's 10th of the season, the second time in the last three years the program has notched a double-digit wins.
    Men's Soccer | Cornell at Columbia - 11/15/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Cornell men's soccer closed out its 2014 season on a winning note Saturday, November 15, 2014, beating Columbia 1-0 in double-overtime at Rocco Commisso Soccer Stadium. The victory was the Big Red's 10th of the season, the second time in the last three years the program has notched a double-digit wins.

  • Cornell women's hockey continued its two-game weekend set on Saturday, November 15, 2014, welcoming Yale for the team's annual fundraiser game to benefit the United Way of Tompkins County. The Big Red picked up right where it left off, scoring two goals in each period in the 6-2 rout of the Bulldogs.
    Women's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Yale - 11/15/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Cornell women's hockey continued its two-game weekend set on Saturday, November 15, 2014, welcoming Yale for the team's annual fundraiser game to benefit the United Way of Tompkins County. The Big Red picked up right where it left off, scoring two goals in each period in the 6-2 rout of the Bulldogs.

  • Cornell secured its first Ivy League road victory of the season as the volleyball team rallied for a 3-1 victory over Dartmouth on Friday, November 14, 2014, at Leede Arena. Cornell improved to 5-17 (2-10 Ivy) with the win.
    Volleyball | Cornell at Dartmouth - 11/14/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    Cornell secured its first Ivy League road victory of the season as the volleyball team rallied for a 3-1 victory over Dartmouth on Friday, November 14, 2014, at Leede Arena. Cornell improved to 5-17 (2-10 Ivy) with the win.

  • With Cornell trailing Harford 48-46 with three seconds to play, sophomore forward Nia Marshall grabbed her 13th rebound of the night off a Hartford missed free throw and outletted the ball to senior guard Christine Kline, who streaked upcourt before heaving up a desperation 3-pointer. The ball didn't make it to the rim, but a whistle blew and for a few moments, it seemed that the Big Red would have a chance to win it at the free throw line.\n \nUnfortunately for Cornell, the video replay showed that Kline, who is 17-for-22 all-time from the charity stripe, let go of the ball just after time expired and the Hawks escaped Newman Arena with the season-opening victory.
    Women's Basketball | Cornell vs. Hartford - 11/14/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    With Cornell trailing Harford 48-46 with three seconds to play, sophomore forward Nia Marshall grabbed her 13th rebound of the night off a Hartford missed free throw and outletted the ball to senior guard Christine Kline, who streaked upcourt before heaving up a desperation 3-pointer. The ball didn't make it to the rim, but a whistle blew and for a few moments, it seemed that the Big Red would have a chance to win it at the free throw line.\n \nUnfortunately for Cornell, the video replay showed that Kline, who is 17-for-22 all-time from the charity stripe, let go of the ball just after time expired and the Hawks escaped Newman Arena with the season-opening victory.

  •  As far as unlikely finishes go, Friday, November 14, 2014, game ranks pretty high on the list for the Cornell men's hockey team. Sophomore forward Eric Freschi scored in overtime as the Big Red was killing a major penalty, converting a pass from senior forward Joel Lowry to lift Cornell to its first victory, 2-1, over Clarkson.
    Men's Ice Hockey | Cornell vs. Clarkson- 11/14/14 | GAME ARCHIVE WATCH NOW

    As far as unlikely finishes go, Friday, November 14, 2014, game ranks pretty high on the list for the Cornell men's hockey team. Sophomore forward Eric Freschi scored in overtime as the Big Red was killing a major penalty, converting a pass from senior forward Joel Lowry to lift Cornell to its first victory, 2-1, over Clarkson.

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