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  • Throwback Thursday: Big Red Annihilates Dartmouth

    On Saturday, November 16th, 1968, the Cornell men’s soccer team crushed the Dartmouth Indians, winning 4-1. Despite the muddy conditions, center forward Nikos Alexandridis was able to score three goals against...

  • Throwback Thursday: Cornell Soccer Takes Down Princeton

    This week in 1950, the Big Red soccer team won its first game of the season against Syracuse, defeating them 2-1. For the majority of the game, Princeton held the lead...

  • Athlete of the Week Q&A: Ryan Hill

    Each week, BRSN selects one Cornell athlete whose performance stood out among his peers both within the Cornell athletic community and the Ivy League. This week, we talk to Ryan Hill,...

  • BRSN Announces Athlete of the Week: Soccer’s Ryan Hill

    RELEASE: ITHACA, NY – BRSN has named junior soccer player Ryan Hill as this week’s Athlete of the Week. Over Homecoming weekend, Hill scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to...

  • Throwback Thursday: Big Red Booters defeat the Orangemen

    On October 4th, 1973, the Big Red soccer team, known colloquially at the time as the “Booters,” won their first game of the season against Syracuse, shutting them out 2-0. The...

  • Throwback Thursday: Men’s Soccer & Bruce Arena ’73 face Exeter

    On this day in 1972, Cornell’s varsity soccer team faced University of Exeter in a special match at Schoellkopf that the coach at the time, Dan Woods, called “a real test.”...

  • Men’s Soccer: Interview with Head Coach John Smith

      Big Red Sports Network’s own Jamie Flynn sits down with men’s soccer head coach John Smith to discuss his adjustment to Ithaca, his first full season with the team, his...

  • Freshmen to the Forefront

    Early On Cornell men’s soccer supporters will have something to look forward to over the next few years, as Head Coach John Smith’s first batch of freshmen had major impacts during...

  • 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,...

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