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  • Athlete of the Week Q&A: Chrissy Mayer

    The BRSN team selects one Cornell athlete each week whose performance stood out among her peers both within the Cornell athletic community and the Ivy League. This week, we caught up...

  • BRSN Announces Athlete of the Week: Soccer’s Chrissy Mayer

    RELEASE: ITHACA, NY—BRSN had named sophomore women’s soccer goaltender Chrissy Mayer as this week’s Athlete of the Week. Mayer, in her first collegiate start, pitched a 13 save shutout to help...

  • 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...

  • Cornell Soccer vs. The Pros: Leadership

    Leadership is a truly intangible asset on the pitch. This concept revolves around a teammate who can fight through adversity and lead their team to significant and sometimes improbable results. In...

  • Cornell Soccer vs. The Pros

    Possession soccer is dead, and counterattacking is king. Gone is the fast flowing, no defense, passing soccer of Barcelona, and celebrated is the lightening fast transition soccer that has taken the...

  • A Change in Style, a Change in Coach

    It is a common occurrence — when a new coach joins a team, they like to enforce their own playing style. That usually means acquiring different players and people that can...

  • Defensive Consistency: A Game Plan for Success

    Defensive Solidity; no matter the sport, with good defense, there are few obstacles that cannot be overcome. Sir Alex Ferguson, recognized as one of the greatest soccer coaches of all time,...

  • Athlete of the Week Q & A: Kelsey Tierney

    Each week, BRSN sits down for a Q & A session with the BRSN Athlete of the Week. This week, we caught up with Athlete of the Week junior Cornell Soccer goalkeeper Kelsey Tierney following...

  • BRSN Announces Athlete of the Week: Women’s Soccer Goalie Kelsey Tierney

    The BRSN team selects one Cornell Athlete each week whose performance stood out among their peers both within the Cornell athletic community and the Ivy League.   RELEASE: ITHACA, NY — BRSN...

  • From Star Athlete to Tragic Loss, The Story of the Man Behind Cornell Soccer’s Berman Field

    Walking up Cornell’s iconic Tower Road, one can catch a glimpse of some of the most important buildings on campus: Day, Uris, Ives, Mudd, Kennedy, and Weill Hall precede the sports...

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