Posts Tagged ‘Penn’

Chairman’s Corner
November 14, 2017

Cornell lost to Columbia 18-8 in the Empire State Bowl at Schoellkopf Field this past Saturday. The loss put the “Big Red” in a three-way tie for third place in the Ivy League.

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Chairman’s Corner
November 21, 2016

Cornell was defeated by Penn 42-20 for Trustees’ Cup in a very exciting outing at Schoellkopf Field this past Saturday. For a game recap, click here. 2016 Varsity Football Schedule Home games are BOLD This was the final game of the season for the “Big Red” and marked the last grid iron outing for our…

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Penn vs Cornell Postgame Notes

Several Big Red seniors ended their careers with accomplishments that will be hard to match in future season. Senior Chris Fraser will graduate as the Ivy League’s all-time leading punter in terms of average, as his 216 punts (fifth all-time) went for 9,234 yards—an average of 42.75 yards per punt (previous record was 41.6 yards…

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Seniors Lay The Foundation
Penn vs Cornell

They walked off Schoellkopf Field for the very last time as Cornell football players Saturday, and while they didn’t leave victorious, the 26 seniors on the Big Red team left with a feeling of accomplishment. This class has laid the foundation for future success. “These [seniors] have pushed us to where we’re a competitive a…

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Penn Wins 42-20; Big Red Sees Light At The End Of Tunnel
By Dave Wohlhueter

In a post-game media conference, it might be hard for a coach to be optimistic after a sizeable, but competitive loss. Not so with Cornell Head Coach David Archer. Entering the media confab, Archer came in with a smile. He said, “I really thought we were competitive until the end. We just couldn’t overcome some…

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