Saturday, October 18, 2014
Ithaca, NY - In a game featuring 920 yards of combined offense, the Navy Midshipmen racked up several big-yard scoring strikes to edge the Big Red sprint football team 42-30 at Schoellkopf Field on Saturday afternoon. 

A late field goal by the Big Red (2-3) made it a 28-17 Navy (5-0) advantage at halftime, but a long touchdown pass early in the third quarter handed Navy a 35-17 lead and kept Cornell at bay the rest of the game. 


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Saturday, September 20, 2014
Ithaca, NY - Big Red quarterback Rob Pannullo threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as Cornell (1-0) defeated Franklin Pierce 28-7 to open the sprint football season.

Cornell's defense held the Ravens (0-1) to 186 yards of offense; Chris D'Ambrosio and Jessy Garcia came up with interceptions on the day, both of which eventually led to Cornell touchdowns.


Pannullo went 19-30 through the air for 117 yards and had 94 rushing yards to lead the team.

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Saturday, April 26, 2014
Ithaca, NY - In the regular season finale for both teams, the No. 15 Quakers built a 10-4 lead and held on for a 10-8 victory over the Big Red Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field.

The win gives Penn (10-4, 6-1 Ivy) a share of its eighth straight Ivy League title, which is a new Ivy League record.

Cornell (7-8, 4-3 Ivy) was led by Lindsay Toppe's three goals and one assist, while Tory Benson and Nina Corcoran combined for six goals and four assists to pace the Quakers.


The Big Red jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the game's opening minutes on two goals by Toppe and one by Chelsea Rowe. Penn responded with a 7-0 run before Toppe notched a hat trick with 16 seconds left in the first half to make it a four-goal deficit at the break.

Penn extended the lead to 10-4 with two straight to open the second stanza. The Red mounted a four-goal run on scores from Rachel Moody, Shelby McNeilly, Rowe and Amanda D'Amico, but could come no closer.

Cornell honored its five seniors - D'Amico, Moody, Rowe, Jessie Smith and Cat Thomas - before the contest.

Princeton holds the top spot in the Ivy League tournament and will host Cornell in the semis next weekend. The Red fell to the Tigers 10-7 in overtime in their regular season meeting at Princeton. Penn will take on Harvard in the other semifinal, also in Princeton.

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Saturday, April 19, 2014
Ithaca, NY - Cornell goalie Carly Gniewek stopped seven shots and five different players combined for eight goals as the Big Red toppled the Yale Bulldogs 8-7 to clinch an Ivy League playoff spot.

Wearing pink jerseys for its annual 'Pink Game' to raise funds for the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes, the Big Red (7-7, 4-2 Ivy) trailed 4-3 at halftime, but a three-goal run in the opening minutes of the second half gave Cornell a 6-4 cushion.


Yale (8-6, 2-4 Ivy) would rally to tie it at 6-6 midway through the second stanza, but the Red scored two straight in response and held off the Bulldogs the rest of the way. With 25 seconds left in regulation, Carly Gniewek made a save off a free position shot to preserve the one-goal advantage.

Erin Magnuson recorded a game-high four points (3 goals, 1 assist) to pace the Bulldogs, while Lindsay Toppe, Chelsea Rowe and Emily Tripodi chipped in two goals each to lead the Red. Catherine Ellis and Sarah Hefner rounded out the scoring for Cornell.

Cornell has now won three straight Ivy League games. Its two losses in conference play came against Harvard and Princeton, both of which also clinched Ivy League playoff berths with Saturday afternoon victories. Penn - the final tournament participant - will take on Cornell next Saturday to end the regular season.

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The season finale against Penn on April 26th will be the final home games in the careers of Rachel Moody, Amanda D'Amico, Jessie Smith, Cat Thomas and Chelsea Rowe. Pregame coverage will begin at 12:45, with the opening draw at 1:00 on RLM Sports and the Ivy League Digital Network.


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