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  • 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...

  • Throwback Thursday: Continued Success for Big Red Tennis

    This week in 1947, Cornell Tennis scored its 11th straight victory against Colgate. Coach Dick Lewis helped his team sweep a strong Colgate Raiders squad in Hamilton, New York. Only three matches went to...

  • Not-So-Freshman Feature: Ryan Krainz

    With the Ivy League baseball regular season in the books, Cornell secured its first winning season since 2013, improving on the team’s conference win total from last year by two victories. A handful of...

  • Throwback Thursday: Early Success for Big Red Golf

    This time in 1937, the Cornell golf team won its third straight match, playing against Colgate, with a score of 5-4. Prior to this victory, the Big Red had also defeated Haverford and Williams...

  • 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...

  • Not-So-Freshman Feature: Tommy Morris

    Photo courtesy of ScoringLive. Among the nine newcomers to the 2017 Cornell baseball team is Tommy Morris, a junior who refers to himself as “a freshman trapped in a senior’s body” thanks to a...

  • Goodbye to the Game

    Rob Pannullo is a senior at Cornell in the ILR School. At Cornell, he served as a four-year starter at quarterback on the varsity sprint football team. On the varsity baseball...

  • Freshman Feature: Kaleb Lepper

    For Kaleb Lepper, a trip to the county fair in his hometown of Liberty Township, Ohio was the beginning of his journey with the game of baseball. “I picked up a...

  • Throwback Thursday: A Tough Loss for Men’s Lacrosse

    This week in 1923, Cornell Men’s Lacrosse lost tragically to the University of Pennsylvania. The Quakers scored five goals in the first half and finished the game with a 6-1 victory. Penn avenged...

  • Cornell BRSN Radio Show: Episode 4

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