• Man With a Plan

    For men’s soccer Head Coach John Smith, moving to Cornell was quite a culture shock. After being names the best head coach in all of NCAA soccer in 2016 after masterminding...

  • Hope for the Fall

    Every year, as the snow covers the ground in Ithaca, NY, the soccer team begins to train. With weights and aerobic exercise, the women’s varsity soccer team prepares for a pre-season...

  • Freshman Feature: Matt Collins

    “I remember playing tee-ball when I was five or six, and for my first at-bat, I hit a double. Ever since then, I have loved playing baseball,” Matt Collins, the freshman...

  • Cornell Baseball vs. The Pros: Free Passes

    Walks kill pitchers. They burn up pitch counts, sap confidence, and give batters a free 90 feet closer to scoring. Pitching coaches hate them more then home runs, and opposing managers...

  • Cornell Baseball vs. The Pros: Back of the Bullpen

    Cornell continued its strong start to the season by taking two of three games at the Spider Invitational. Both victories were low scoring affairs marked by excellent pitching. The Big Red did not hit...

  • Cornell Baseball vs. The Pros: Linking the Lineups

    One of the most important parts of a baseball team is the top of the lineup and how well they link to the heart of the order. The number one, two,...

  • Cornell Baseball: Season Preview

    The crack of the bat, the gentle summer breeze, and the satisfying sound of the ball smacking into a catcher’s mitt all inform us about one thing — baseball is back. As the sport returns,...

  • Cornell Soccer vs. The Pros: The False Nine

    Modern soccer has been changed recently by the “false nine.” Teams used to line up with four defenders, four midfielders, and two strikers. Then, along came Barcelona, with the idea that players didn’t need...

  • Cornell Soccer vs. The Pros: Pressing

    Pressing has always been an aspect of the professional game. No manager in their right mind would allow the opponent’s creative players time and space to pick apart their defense. But,...

  • Road Warriors

    Playing on the road is hard. It’s one of those things that every squad must do, but something that only the great teams do well. There is the travel, which always...

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