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  • Freshman Feature: Colby Wyatt

    Freshman pitcher Colby Wyatt began playing baseball at basically the same age he first learned to walk. However, unlike most baseball toddlers, he does not hail from a baseball family, as nobody in the Wyatt clan had...

  • 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...

  • Throwback Thursday: A Valuable Experience for Cornell Baseball

    This week in 1930, Cornell baseball was preparing to go on its annual spring training trip. The team was scheduled to face four of the best college clubs of the south — North...

  • 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,...

  • Throwback Thursday: De-emphasized Athletics

    This week in 1954, the Ivy League presidents signed an agreement that ranked athletics, especially football, as an activity behind academics in college life. This was referred to as “de-emphasized athletics” and...

  • Cornell BRSN Radio Show: Episode 3

  • Throwback Thursday: A Statement Victory by Cornell Wrestling

    This week in 1925, the Cornell’s men’s wrestling team dominated Columbia with a score of 19-8, making it difficult for the Lions to compete. The meet, held in New York City...

  • 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...

  • 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,...

  • Ivy League ELO

    The Big Red Sports Network will be releasing a rating system for Ivy League football. We will be using a relatively simple structure called ELO Ratings. The system was developed by...

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