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2010 Ivy Football Media Day Central
The Ivy League officially kicked off the 2010 football season on Tuesday, August 10, highlighted by its media day teleconference featuring all eight head coaches and the unveiling of the mediaís preseason picks for the Ivy title.

2010 Ivy Football Media Day Teleconference
The Ivy League kicks off the 2010 season with its annual football media day teleconference, featuring all eight Ivy head coaches.

Harvard Selected 2010 Ivy Football Preseason Favorite
Harvard was selected the favorite in the annual Ivy League Football Preseason Media Poll to win the 2010 Ivy title for the fourth time in five years. The Crimson's quest for another Ivy title will be led by preseason All-America pick Collin Zych [pic.].

53 Ivy Trackers Named USTFCCCA All-Academic
The Ivy League boasted 53 student-athletes named to the 2010 Division I Menís and Womenís All-Academic Track & Field teams announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Ivies Help USA Claim Gold at 2010 FIL Championship
Five players with Ivy League ties helped the U.S. menís lacrosse national team claim gold at the 2010 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England.

Cornell Women's Hoops Named to WBCA Academic Top 25
For the second straight season, the Big Red womenís basketball team has been named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll.

Cornell's Wittman to Play for Celtics Summer League Team
Cornell's Ryan Wittman, the 2009-10 Ivy League Player of the Year, has been signed by the Boston Celtics to suit up for their Summer League team when the squad plays in the AirTran Airways Pro Summer League in Orlando, Fla.

Ivies Dominate ECAC Hockey All-Academic Teams
One hundred sixty-eight Ivy League menís and womenís ice hockey student-athletes were named to the 2009-10 ECAC Hockey All-Academic teams.

DeLuca Takes Over Men's Lax Reigns at Cornell
Ben DeLuca has been named The Richard M. Moran Head Coach of Men's Lacrosse at Cornell, replacing Jeff Tambroni, who resigned Thursday to take the head coach position at Penn State.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in spring sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

VERSUS to Broadcast Ivy Football Games in 2010 & 2011
The Ivy League Office today announced an agreement with VERSUS, the fastest growing sports cable network in the country, to televise at least three football games for the 2010 and 2011 seasons, culminating each year with the Harvard vs. Yale gameóone of the most storied rivalries in sports.

Princeton Lightweights Repeat as IRA Champions
Led by Princetonís men's lightweight crew second-straight national championship, the Ivy League had another strong showing at the 2010 IRA Championships on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Six Ivy Tracksters Earn CoSIDA Academic All-District
The 2010 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Men's and Women's Track/Cross Country Teams have been selected by the Academic All-Americaģ Committee. In total, six Ivy Leaguers gained distinction, including five first-teamers.

Cornell's Intihar, Menaker Named Academic All-America
Cornell seniors Alyson Intihar [pic.] and Elise Menaker were each selected for spots on the prestigious ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America team for softball announced by CoSIDA.

43 Ivy Women's Rowers Named CRCA Scholar-Athletes
A total of 43 Ivy League womenís rowers were named National Scholar-Athletes by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association for the 2010 season.

Cornell's Run Ends, Defeated in National Semis
The Cornell Big Red men's lacrosse team had its national title hopes come to an end today, falling 12-7 to Notre Dame in the first NCAA national semifinal in Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium.

Nineteen More Ivies Earn Academic All-District Honors
A total of 19 Ivy League student-athletes have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Men's and Women's At-Large teams, as announced by CoSIDA.

Cornell Beats Army, Back in Final Four
For the third time in four years, the Cornell men's lacrosse team has advanced to the NCAA Final Four, as the BIg Red defeated Army, 14-5, today in the NCAA Quarterfinals in Stony Brook, N.Y. Cornell will face Notre Dame next weekend in Baltimore, Md.

Cornell's Softball Season Ends at NCAA Tucson Regional
Cornell had its softball season come to an end at the NCAA Tucson Regional after a 7-0 loss to No. 14 Oklahoma State at Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Softball Stadium.

Cornell Shut Out by Arizona in NCAA Softball Opener
The high-powered Arizona offense scored three times in each of the first two innings and cruised to a 9-0, five-inning victory over Ivy League champion Cornell at Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Softball Stadium in game two of the NCAA Tucson Regional. Cornell meets Oklahoma State Saturday in a loser's bracket game at 7 p.m.

Ivy Student-Athletes Once Again Lead in the Classroom
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nationís most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in the NCAA's official release, with 135 Ivy teams recognized.

Eight Ivies Named Academic All-District in Softball
Led by three first-team selections from Cornell, the Ivy League had eight District 1 honorees on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for softball announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Cornell to Play at Arizona in NCAA Softball Regional
The Cornell softball team will play at No. 10 Arizona in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Softball Championship on Friday, May 21 at 9 p.m. Eastern time.

Cornell Advances to NCAA Q'finals in 3OT Thriller
Cornell junior Max Feely picked an oppportune time to score his first career goal, as the All-Ivy defender lifted the No. 7 Big Red past Loyola (Md.), 11-10, in triple overtime of the first round of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships.

EARC Sprints Preview
The Ivy heavyweight and lightweight titles will be up for grabs as the 65th edition of the EARC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.

EAWRC Sprints Preview
Once again, the Ivy womenís rowing title will be up for grabs as the 37th edition of the EAWRC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Cornell, Princeton to Host NCAA MLAX First Round Games
Following a classic battle in the inaugural Ivy League Menís Lacrosse Tournament, Cornell and Princeton learned their NCAA fates by receiving two of the top eight seeds in the 16-team bracket for the 2010 NCAA Division I Menís Lacrosse Championship.

Cornell Men & Women Double at Outdoor Heps
For the seventh time in the last eight years, Cornell has swept the men's and women's Outdoor Heps championships; both Big Red teams winning the 75th edition of the Ivy Outdoor championships in convincing fashion.

Princeton Wins 2010 Ivy Men's Lacrosse Tournament
In an overtime classic, Princeton outlasted host Cornell 10-9 to win the 2010 Ivy League Menís Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion.

Cornell Repeats as Ivy Softball Champs in Game Three
Junior Elizabeth Dalrymple finished the job she started on Friday with her third complete game in two days to give Cornell its fifth Ivy League championship in school history with a 3-2 win over Harvard. The Big Red will now await its NCAA destination.

Eight Sandlot Ivies on CoSIDA Academic All-District
The Ivy League had a nice showing on the CoSIDA Academic All-District Baseball Team. In all, eight student-athletes were recognized in District 1, including three first team selections that are now eligible for Academic All-America.

Cornell Cruises in Second MLAX Tournament Semifinal
Cornell put together a dominating performance with seven goals in the third quarter to cruise to a 14-8 win over Brown to move on to the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Menís Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion.

Cornell, Harvard Split; Decisive Game Three Tomorrow
Cornell used a complete game four-hitter from Elizabeth Dalrymple to shut down Harvard in Game One, 3-1, but the Crimson took Game Two in dramatic fashion with a two-out walk-off homerun by Jennifer Francis to force a decisive Game Three tomorrow at 12:30 pm.

4th Ivy Softball Championship Series Set to Begin
Due to the chance on inclement weather this weekend, the 2010 Ivy Softball Championship Series between South Division champion Cornell and North Division champion Harvard has been moved up one day. The two teams will begin the best-of-three series at Niemand*Robison Field on Friday, May 7 at 12:30 p.m. with the first two contests. Follow the action via Live Stats

2010 Ivy Men's Lacrosse Tournament Central
The 2010 Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion will take place Friday, May 7 and Sunday, May 9, at Schoellkopf Field on the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream MLAX Tournament Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Menís Tournament Presented by Champion.

Cornell, Princeton, Yale, Brown Share Ivy MLAX Title
The final day of the 2010 Ivy men's lacrosse regular season was a wild one, as all three games were decided by one goal, and for the first time in Ivy men's lacrosse history four teams -- Brown, Cornell, Princeton and Yale -- will share the regular season title and head to the inaugural Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament in Ithaca, N.Y.

CBS College Sports Network To Broadcast 2010 Ivy Womenís Lax Championship Game
CBS College Sports Network will broadcast live the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Womenís Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion on Sunday, May 2 at 12:30 p.m.

All-Ivy Menís Tennis -- 2009-10
Yale freshman sensation Marc Powers quickly made his presence known on the Ivy League tennis courts during the 2009-10 season, becoming the first menís tennis player in League history to win the Player and Rookie of the Year awards in the same season.

All-Ivy Womenís Tennis -- 2009-10
There was virtually no doubt among the Ivy League Womenís Tennis postseason awards for the 2009-10 season, paced by Princeton's Hilary Bartlett as the unanimous selection as Player of the Year.

Champion athleticwear Signs on as Presenting Sponsor for the 2010 Ivy Lacrosse Tournaments
The Ivy League announced a new partnership today with Hanesbrands, Inc. for Champion athleticwear to be presenting sponsor for the 2010 Ivy League Menís and Womenís Lacrosse Tournaments.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream the 2010 Ivy Lax Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Menís and Womenís Tournaments.

2010 Ivy Women's Lacrosse Tournament Central
Philly's Franklin Field is set to host the inaugural Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Final presented by Champion featuring Dartmouth and Penn. Click inside for more information on the matchups, directions, ticket info and much more.

Cornell Hires Bill Courtney as Men's Basketball Coach
Bill Courtney, an assistant coach at Virginia Tech and Virgina and who helped George Mason to mid-major prominence, has been named the Robert E. Gallagher '44 Head Coach of Cornell Men's Basketball by Cornell AD Andy Noel.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Donahue Named BC Head Men's Basketball Coach
Steve Donahue, who served as The Robert E. Gallagher '44 Head Coach of Men's Basketball at Cornell for the past 10 years, has accepted the head coaching position at Boston College.

CSA Names 11 Ivy Men All-America in Squash
The Menís College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 11 are representatives of the Ivy League, including four first-team selections.

CU's Wittman, Foote At Final Four For Senior Showcases
Cornell seniors Jeff Foote and Ryan Wittman have been invited to compete in the Reeseís College All-Star Game, while Wittman was also participate in the ESPN 3-Point Shootout during Final Four weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.

Wittman named AP A-A, Donahue Gets Bee Award
Cornell senior forward Ryan Wittman [pic.] has been named an Associated Press honorable mention All-American, while head coach Steve Donahue was presented with the Clair Bee Award on Monday.

Cornell Dropped in NCAA Men's Hockey Regional Semifinal
Cornell was knocked out of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship on a 6-2 loss to New Hampshire in East Regional Semifinal action in Albany, N.Y.

Ivies Garner Women's Ice Hockey Postseason Recoginitions
Ivy League women's ice hockey garnered national accolades among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Ivies Receive Men's Ice Hockey Postseason Honors
Ivy League men's ice hockey once again received national recognition among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Cornell Outlasted in NCAA Women's Hockey Title Game
In the longest game in NCAA womenís ice hockey tournament history, Cornell lost a 3-2 triple overtime heartbreaker to Minnesota-Duluth in the title game of the 2010 National Collegiate Womenís Ice Hockey Championship.

Cornell, Yale Selected to NCAA Men's Hockey Field
Cornell and Yale were among the 16 teams selected for the 2010 NCAA Division I Menís Ice Hockey Championship.

Cornell Blanks Union to Win ECAC Menís Hockey Title
Cornell senior goaltender Ben Scrivens stopped all 32 shots he faced as the Big Red men's hockey team claimed the 2010 ECAC Hockey championship with a 3-0 shutout over Union.

Kyle Dake Takes Title at 141, Cornell Finishes Second
Ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Wrestling National Championship brackets, Cornell's Kyle Dake defeated Iowa's Montell Marion, 7-3, to win the National title in the 141 pound weight class. Dake, a freshman, also earned All-America honors and propelled the Big Red to a second-place team finish.

Cornell Wins in OT Thriller, Advances to NCAA Title Game
Catherine White scored the overtime game-winner as the Cornell women's hockey team continued its unbelievable season, knocking off top-seeded Mercyhurst, 3-2, to advance to the national championship game.

Brown, Cornell Face Off in 2010 ECAC Men's Hockey Semis
Brown and Cornell survived the quarterfinal round and will now face each other in one semifinal in the 2010 ECAC Menís Ice Hockey Tournament at the Times Union Center in Albany, N.Y.

Cornell Advances to First Women's Frozen Four
The Cornell women's ice hockey team made its first NCAA tournament appearance a memorable one, advancing to the Frozen Four with an impressive 6-2 win over fourth-seeded Harvard.

Four Ivies Continue in 2010 ECAC Menís Hockey Tourney
The 2010 ECAC Men's Ice Hockey Tournament continues Friday, March 12 with Brown, Cornell, Harvard and Yale in action against each other in the quarterfinal round.

Two Ivies Earn Spots in NCAA Women's Hockey Tourney
Cornell and Harvard comprised two of the eight teams in the field for the 2010 National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship. The Big Red earned an automatic bid by virtrue of winning the ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship, while the Crimson earned an at-large selection and a No. 4 seed.

Cornell Wins ECAC Women's Tourney in OT Thriller
Sophomore Kendice Ogilvie's shot at the 7:52 mark of overtime lifted the Cornell women's ice hockey team to its first-ever ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship.

All-Ivy Menís Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Leading Yale to back-to-back Ivy League and ECAC Hockey titles, senior forward Sean Backman was named 2009-10 Ivy League Player of the Year and first-team All-Ivy, becoming just the third player in League history to earn first-team honors every year of his Ivy career.

Ivy Teams to Open in 2010 ECAC Menís Hockey Tourney
Brown, Dartmouth, Harvard and Princeton will be on the ice in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Men's Ice Hockey Tournament while top-seeded Yale and second-seeded Cornell are on a bye until the quarterfinals.

Ivy Teams Advance to ECAC Women's Ice Hockey Semis
Top-seeded Cornell swept Colgate and third-seeded Harvard swept sixth-seeded Princeton in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Women's Ice Hockey Tournament to advance to the semifinals.

All-Ivy Men's and Women's Fencing -- 2009-10
With a near perfect 15-1 record, Princeton freshman foilist Brianna Martin had an impressive Ivy League Fencing Round-Robins debut, leading her Tigers to the 2010 womenís title.

2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins - Part II
The second half of the 2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins have completed at Pennís Hutchinson Gym in Philadelphia. Click here for the complete results.

Ivies Secure Six Gold as Canada Takes Ice Hockey
Canada beat its American rival 2-0 to win the women's hockey gold medal in a third straight Olympics. The victory means that six Ivy League athletes will take gold medals from the Vancouver Olympics. Team USA, which has three former Ivy Leaguers on its roster, took the silver medal.

All-Ivy Womenís Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Cornell's banner season for women's ice hockey was capped with a Big Red sweep in the Ivy postseason awards as sophomore forward Catherine White (pic.) was named Player of the Year and freshman defenseman Lauriane Rougeau was selected Rookie of the Year.

Cornell Cruises to Eighth Straight in Wrestling
The Big Red wrestling team pinned five of its opponents to cruise to a 44-6 victory over Harvard and winning its eighth-straight Ivy League title on Saturday. Cornell has won 43-straight Ancient Eight matches to capture its 31st conference crown.

2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins - Part I
The 2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins Part I is in the books. Click here for complete results and selected video clips from day one action at Newman Arena in Ithaca.

Kent Austin Named 26th Football Head Coach at Cornell
Kent Austin, who spent five years as a successful coach in the Canadian Football League and the last two years as offensive coordinator at the University of Mississippi, has been named The Roger J. Weiss '61 Head Coach of Cornell Football by Andy Noel, the Meakem*Smith Director of Athletics and Physical Education.

Cornell's Jim Knowles to Lead Duke Defense
Jim Knowles '87 has resigned his position as The Roger J. Weiss '61 Coach of Football at Cornell and has accepted the defensive coordinator position at Duke University. He took over the position at his alma mater in January 2004, becoming the 25th head football coach at Cornell and posted a 26-34 record and a 16-26 mark in Ivy play in six years.

Akpan and Keat Brace for All-American; 12 All-Region
Harvard's Andre Akpan and Dartmouth's Daniel Keat were honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America as All-America selections for the 2009-10 season. Akpan earned his third first-team selection and Keat landed a third-team nod. In all, 12 Ivy Leaguers were recognized.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in fall sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

All-Ivy Football -- 2009
Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (pic.) and Penn senior linebacker Jake Lewko share the Asa S. Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League Football Player of the Year for the first time since the trophy was initiated in 1970.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference Ė 11/17
This weekís Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Penn head coach Al Bagnoli (pic.) talks about his teamís chance to claim the 2009 Ivy Football title outright with a win over Cornell in the Quakersí season finale.

SIRIUS Football Game of the Week Change for Nov. 14
The Ivy League Football Game of the Week for Saturday, November 14 has been changed to the Penn at Harvard game, which kicks off at Noon and can be heard on SIRIUS Channel 130.

Former Cornell Soccer Player Named NEC Commissioner
1987 Cornell graduate and former two-time women's soccer co-captain Noreen Morris has been named Commissioner of the Northeast Conference, as announced by the NEC Council of Presidents.

CoSIDA Names 8 Ivies in Football All-District
The Ivy League boasted eight student-athletes on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for football announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference Ė 11/3
This weekís Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Yale head coach Tom Williams (pic.) talks about his Bulldogsí come-from-behind win over Columbia and previews his teamís home matchup with Brown.

CoSIDA Names 10 Ivies in Men's Soccer All-District
The 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Teams for Men's soccer have been selected. Not surprisingly, the Ivy League ó traditionally strong in the University Division selections ó has put forth a formidable group of 10 candidates to this year's squads, including four first team selections.

Dolgikh Leads US Veterans to 10 Medals in Moscow
Cornell University womenís fencing coach Iryna Dolgikh recently traveled to Moscow, Russia, to serve as a coach of the U.S. National Veteran's Fencing Team, and helped lead the squad to 10 medals at the 2009 World Veteran Championships.

The Ivy League Mourns Passing of NCAA's Myles Brand
The Ivy League mourns the passing of NCAA President Myles Brand, who died Wednesday from a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer.

Cornell's Dolgikh to Lead US National Veterans
Cornell University womenís fencing coach Iryna Dolgikh has been named a coach of the US National Veteran's Fencing Team, as it prepares for the World Championship in Moscow, Russia. The tournament takes place from Sept. 23-27, 2009.

Tewaaraton Award Presentation Show Available Online
Video from May's Tewaaraton Award Presentation Show -- where Cornell senior Max Seibald took home college lacrosse's most prestigious award -- is now available online.

Ivies Fare Well at USA Championships
Six former Ivy athletes finished in the top six at last weekend's USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., including Princeton grad Tora Harris (pic.), who won the national title in the high jump.

Seven Ivies in Action at FIL Women's World Cup
Seven women with ties to the Ivy League either as players or as coaches are in action in Prague, Czech Republic for the Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup. Five of the seven were in action as top-seeded USA defeated defending champion Australia, 10-9, in pool play.

Cornell's Tambroni Named USILA Coach of the Year
After taking his team within seconds of a national title, Cornell head men's lacrosse coach Jeff Tambroni has won the Morris Touchstone Award as the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Associationís Coach of the Year.

Seven Ivies Become Track & Field All-Americans
Seven Ivy League track and field student-athletes earned All-America status at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships held at McDonnell Field on the University of Arkansas campus.

CoSIDA Names Six Ivies Academic All-Americans
Dotting some impressive Ivy resumes, Brown's Dan Ricketts and Columbia's Jeff Spear can now add ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Men's at-large first team. In all, six Ivy student-athletes were named at-large Academic All-Americans.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in spring sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ivies Fare Well in Women's Lacrosse Awards
The IWLCA and US Lacrosse have honored 48 student-athletes in Division I with a selection on one of the All-American teams. Six student-athletes, including two first-team selections, lead the charge for the Ivy League. The League also had 20 players selected to IWLCA Regional teams for the 2008-09 season.

Max Seibald Wins Tewaaraton Trophy
Cornell senior men's lacrosse player Max Seibald has been named the winner of the 2009 Tewaaraton Trophy, the premier award in collegiate lacrosse. He becomes Cornellís first recipient of the award.

Cornell Falls in National Final
After controlling much of the game, Cornell surrendered a 9-6 lead in the final 5:31 of regulation, as the Big Red would go on to suffer a devastating 10-9 overtime loss to Syracuse in the men's lacrosse National Final.

Cornell Steamrolls No. 1 Virginia; Earns Title Shot
Cornell used three goals from both Rob Pannell and Ryan Hurley to run away from Virginia, 15-6 in the Men's Lacrosse National Semi-final. The Big Red will now face in-state rival Syracuse in the NCAA Championship game on Monday.

Cornell Set for Championship Showdown
Check inside for all the game details, features and photos as the Cornell men's lacrosse team gears up to take on top-ranked Syracuse for the national title now! ... LIVE VIDEO | LIVE STATS

Cornell Outlasts Princeton, On to Final Four
For the second time this season, Ivy co-champs Cornell and Princeton battled it out, with the Big Red besting the Tigers once again, 6-4, in front of more than 11,000 at Hofstra.

Cornell Advances to NCAA Quarterfinals
The Cornell men's lacrosse team got a hat trick from Ivy Rookie of the Year Rob Pannell, as the Big Red advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals with an 11-8 victory over Hofstra on Saturday evening at Schoellkopf Field.

Seibald Named Tewaaraton Trophy Finalist
Four-time men's lacrosse first team All-Ivy Max Seibald of Cornell has been named one of five finalists for the 2009 Tewaaraton Trophy, as was announced by the Tewaaraton Award Foundation.

Ivies Score High Yet Again
After having the highest scores in the NCAA's APR ratings two weeks ago, the Ivy League has scored big again as the NCAA has released its sport-by-sport progress report today. Of the Ivy sports that are also NCAA sports, the League has the nation's top APR average in nearly 70 percent (20 of 29).

Cornell and Dartmouth All-Square on Diamond
The 2009 Ivy Baseball Championship will be decided in the third game of a best-of-three series on Sunday, May 3rd at 1 pm. Dartmouth took the opening game 8-6, before Cornell forced the deciding game with a 14-12 win. The winner will be the Ivy League Champion and the representative at the NCAAs.

Cornell Emerges in Gehrig Divisional Playoff
Cornell used a flurry of offense in the early innings and strong pitching throughout to defeat Princeton, 9-0, in the Gehrig Divisional Playoff. Corey Pappel opened the game and went six strong innings, striking out 11 and allowing just two hits. The Big Red will now travel to Dartmouth for the best-of-three Ivy League Baseball Championship.

Ivy Student-Athletes On Top Again
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nationís most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in today's official NCAA release, with 144 Ivy teams recognized.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Nickerson Wins National Title at 125 lbs.
Three time All-American Troy Nickerson won the 2009 NCAA championship at 125 pounds on Saturday night with a 2-1 tie breaker win over Paul Donahoe of Edinboro. Nickerson previously placed third and second in 2007 and 2006 respectively. The Big Red finished in fifth place as a team.

Cornell's Nickerson Goes For NCAA Wrestling Title
Big Red wrestling's Troy Nickerson has advanced to his second career finals at the NCAA tournament. Nickerson defeated the defending champion Angel Escobedo of Indiana in the semifinals at 125 pounds. Cornell sits in sixth place as a team, only a half a point out of fifth.

Ivies Wrestling Well at NCAAs
After a full day of competition has been completed in St. Louis, Mo., the 20 Ivy League wrestlers have been pared down considerably. However, a handful of athletes are still competing for All-America status and individual titles.

Field Set for Arch Madness; 20 Ivies Get Invites
The NCAA recently announced 52 at-large selections to the 2009 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. Four Ivy Leaguers earned selections via this process and will join the 16 automatic qualifiers in St. Louis, Mo. for the Championships. Action for all 330 wrestlers in the field begins March 19th.

Cornell Takes Down Third-Straight EIWA Title
Cornell wrestling won its third-straight EIWA tournament on Sunday evening and crowned four individual champions at the meet. Additionally, the Big Red had seven automatic NCAA tournament qualifiers.

Big Red Sweep Indoor Heps Titles
The Cornell Big Red have done it again, winning both the menís and womenís championships at the Ivy League Heptagonals Indoor Track & Field Championships in Cambridge, Mass.

Cornell's Lucky Number Seven
The Big Red wrestling team won its seventh-straight Ivy title this past Saturday with a 34-9 victory over Harvard. The Big Red finished its dual season by pinning down a 12-2 record and was a perfect 5-0 against the Ancient Eight.

Cornell's Niemand Named Order of Merit Inductee
The National Wrestling Hall of Fame has announced that Cornellís Arno Niemand í56 has been chosen as an Order of Merit inductee. The award is given to a person who has made a significant contribution to the advancement of wrestling, other than success as an athlete or coach.

What Happens in Vegas... Makes National News
Ivy wrestlers fared very well at the 27th Annual Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational over the weekend. The League had three champions ó Penn's Rollie Peterkin (125), Harvard's Corey Jantzen (141) and Cornell's Mack Lewnes (165). No. 4 ranked Cornell finished in second in the 44-team field.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in fall sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Three Ivies Named Silver Anniversary Recipients
Cornell volleyball coach Deitre Collins-Parker, Harvard ice hockey standout Mark Fusco and Yale basketball star Earl Graves, Jr. will be honored at the 2009 NCAA Convention in Washington, D.C.

Cornell Names Bill Walkenbach to Lead Baseball Team
Bill Walkenbach, a former player and assistant coach at Cornell, has been named the Ted Thoren Head Coach of Baseball at his alma mater. Walkenbach succeeds Tom Ford, who moved into the role of associate head coach with the Cornell baseball program.

Cornell's Halim Soars to National Title in Triple Jump
For a second year in a row, a student-athlete from Cornell has come away from the NCAA Track and Field Championships with the National title. Senior tri-captain Muhammad Halim had a remarkable series of jumps and reached a new school record (wind aided). His triumph came a year after Rayon Taylor won the title for the Big Red.

Cornell Collects Double Win
The Cornell men's and women's track & field teams kept their tight grips on the John Baxter Taylor and Lynn Jennings trophies with huge team victories at the Outdoor Heptagonal Ivy League Championships at Dwyer Track in New Haven, Conn. Video of Heps is available here.

Leen Wins National Title
Cornell 157-pounder Jordan Leen has won the national title by beating Illinois' Michael Poeta, 5-4, at the NCAA Championships in St. Louis, Mo. The No. 8 seed in the tournament completed his unlikely run by knocking off the top two seeds en route to capturing the title.

Leen Advances To National Final
Cornell junior captain Jordan Leen defeated Stanford's Josh Zupancic in the semifinals to advance to the finals at the 157-pound weight class at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in St. Louis, Mo., on Friday.

Cornell Leads EIWAs
On the first day of the EIWA Championships, Cornell and Penn have broken from the pack and look to be in fine shape for Sunday's finals. The Big Red has eight semifinalists while the Quakers boast of seven.

Cornell Takes Title
Cornell won its sixth consecutive Ivy League wrestling championship by closing the season with a 31-9 victory over Harvard. The Big Red finished unbeaten in Ivy matches and with an eight-match winning streak overall.

Cornell 2006 Senior Awards
Cornell University has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are NFL draftee Kevin Boothe and heptathlete Jamie Greubel.

Ivy Olympics - Torino Day 5
Day 5 of the Olympics featured just one Ivy athlete in freestyle mogul skier Travis Mayer. The Cornell student, who won silver at the Salt Lake City Games, finished in seventh place just behind favorite Jeremy Bloom.

Cornell Joins The Fray
Cornell's Travis Mayer, one of four former Olympic medal winners among 14 athletes on the 2006 Olympic Freestyle Team, has become the 23rd Ivy Leaguer to earn a spot at the Torino Games.

Ivy Schools Rack Up Track Honors
Cornell, Dartmouth and Yale, as well as 15 individual student-athletes, were cited for their academic excellence by the National Collegiate Track and Field Coaches Association.

Academic All-America List Continues To Grow
Cornell gymnast Rachel Goldberg was voted to the Verizon Academic All-American At-Large third team, making her the ninth Ivy Leaguer so named this season. The At-Large teams are comprised of crew, fencing, field hockey, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, rifle, skiing and swimming and diving athletes.


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Big Red Features...
Role Player
No matter the role, Cornellís Kevin Boothe is ready to do his part either on the football field for the New York Giants or bringing smiles to children during the holiday season.

Help From Above
The Greeks learned to hate it. Aristotle wrote severely of it. Later generations, counting Shakespeare and Nietzsche among their ranks, followed suit in railing against the deus ex machina, the ancient Greek plot device in which a crane ó literally, Ďthe machine of Godí ó would either pluck a character off the stage and out of trouble or help a god descend to the rescue. Enter Jaro Zawislan of Cornell Men's Soccer.

Sport and Service
Former Cornell hockey player Ken Dryden (pic.) and Princeton basketball player Bill Bradley are two of the Ivy League's all-time greatest athletes and most distinguished alums. The pair recently headlined a panel discussion titled ďLives on the Run: Sports, Service and LeadershipĒ held on the Cornell campus.

Inside Lacrosse Sessions
Over the course of the past month, Inside Lacrosse has caught up with some of college lacrosse's brightest stars as part of their weekly Summer Session Podcasts. Three Ivy laxers made the cut.

Big Red in Kenya Follow-up
Earlier in the summer, we brought you the story of Cornell assistant track coach Kevin Thompson, and his mission of bringing members of the Big Red track team to launch service projects in Kenya in conjunction with his non-profit Cross World Africa, Inc. The Cornell Chronicle recently featured a piece on the 10-day trip.

Taking Down Cancer
Cornell's Adam Frey fought valiantly against his hardest opponent ever, surrounded by people willing to help him. Frey passed away on December 26th, 2009, after a 21-month battle with stage III germ-cell cancer. His legacy endures at the Adam Frey Foundation.

Big Red in Kenya
After making a splash at the NCAAs in Arkansas with two All-American performances last weekend, itís on to Kenya, where the ĎBig Red Travel Teamí will launch projects designed to bring opportunities to Kenyan youth and their families.

Cornell 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Cornell's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Beating the Odds
On the eve of Cornell's Final Four bout with top-ranked Virginia, a video feature on the Big Red's inspirational leader ó senior Alex Cocoziello.

Max Seibald Video Feature
On the eve of the pivotal matchup between a pair of Ivy unbeatens ó top-ranked Princeton and No. 5 Cornell ó Big Red senior Max Seibald has been featured as part of ESPNU's Campus Connection. Click inside for the video link.

A David Amongst Goliaths
Dan Ackman of The Wall Street Journal recently did a feature story on the Cornell University wrestling program in preparation for the march to Arch Madness in St. Louis, Mo. on March 19th. Could this be the year for a team title?

Cornell 2008 Athletic Awards
Here are Cornell's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Defender of the Sea Turtle
Katie Bradshaw of the Cornell field hockey team knows a few things about defense. Over the summer she found herself defending at a slightly different venue ó preserving the loggerhead sea turtle population at Fort Fisher State Recreation Area in N.C.

Cornell 2007 Senior Awards
Here are Cornell's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Q&A With A National Champ
On Saturday Cornell's Rayon Taylor, a Clifton, N.J., native, took the final leap of his college career and soared 53 feet, 8 1/2 inches to win the NCAA triple jump championship, becoming the first Big Red athlete to win a national track title since 1951.

Ivy@50 - 4/17
Maybe its because she connected on 58 home runs as her Big Red teams won 133 games in her softball career, but Cornell's Lauren May has abandoned her undergraduate major to pursue a career in college sports.

Ivy@50 - 3/20
He didn't know it at the time, but as Ed Lu trained as a wrestler at Cornell, he was also preparing for his future job -- as a space-walking astronaut for NASA. On the side, Lu's hobby is trying to save the world from asteroids.

Ivy@50 - 2/28
Between his high school and college years, he won a championship at the highest level five times. Now former Cornell wrestling standout Travis Lee is in pursuit of his sixth... this time at the Olympics.

Ivy@50 Update
One of our early profiles, on former Cornellian Stephen Machooka, has generated a lot of interest and now there is the chance to make a difference for aspiring runners in Africa in his name.

Walk or Run
Cornell's Nyam Kagwima has big plans for the future. She plans to research the HIV/AIDS virus in Kenya and is setting her course to get there.

Ivy@50 - 11/3
Golf was at the center of his life during his college days at Cornell and he has since turned the sport into his profession. Now Rick Lipsey wants to help turn kids in Bhutan into good golfers and better people.

Crash Course in Cornell
Missed out on the 2005-06 season of Cornell athletics? Or just preparing to head to Ithaca for your freshman year? If so, let Cornell Daily Sun Sports Editor Olivia Dwyer give you a crash course on what to look for ó and who to know ó for 2006-07.

2005 Cornell Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Cornell's 2005 awardees are Travis Lee and Lauren May.

Big Red Relief
Cornell senior gymnast Danielle Inwald has led the charge in organizing 'Big Red Relief,' a benefit concert for the victims of December's tsunami disaster. One of the goals of the event is to sell out 5,000-seat Barton Hall on Sunday, April 3.

Cornell's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Cornell, Hannah Garrity and Ryan Vesce took home the top prizes.

Big Red Pull Together
The Cornell menís lacrosse team faces off with Navy next weekend after a season that saw the Big Red face the heartbreaking loss of a teammate. The courageous story of Cornellís season following this tragedy was recently featured in USA Today. Please click below for the story.

The Bo You Didn't Know
Bo Roberson may not be the most well known "Bo", but he may have been the most talented. Click below for the story of the multi-dimensional Roberson, the only person to ever earn an Ivy degree, an Olympic medal and a doctorate AND play in the NFL.

Big Red Planet
We've been known to break from the norm here on the Ivy League website. But today we are really stepping away by highlighting the ongoing deeds of Steven Squyres, a Cornell scientist who studied under the late Carl Sagan.

The Balancing Game
On the field, Kevin Rooney clearly exhibits his values every day, but he's found a multitude of ways to do so off the gridiron as well...

Cornell End of the Year Awards
A host of Cornell athletes were presented with the Charles H. Moore award for outstanding athletes of the year after their senior seasons with the Big Red.

Physics Future
Cornell Chronicle scribe Tom Britton '04 tells the story of Derek Kingrey, a dominating force on the football field until he put down his pads to devote more time in the physics lab. Now on the doorstep of an undegraduate degree, Kingrey is making a beeline for his Ph.D.


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