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The Weekend In Sports: Cornell falls at MSG, IC falls in playoffs

The Weekend In Sports: Cornell falls at MSG, IC falls in playoffs

The Cornell men’s hockey team fell 3-2 to Boston University in the fourth edition of the Red Hot Hockey rivalry.

Cornell fell down 3-0, but two third-period goals put Cornell back in the game.

Cornell outshot Boston University 39-11 in the game, but couldn’t overcome the deficit.

Other games this weekend:

  • The Cornell women’s hockey team dropped its first game of the season Saturday. After beating Boston College on Friday night at Lynah Rink, the women’s team fell 4-1 Saturday to BC.
  • The Cornell men’s basketball team fell 101-67 at Notre Dame Sunday night. They are now 0-9 on the season.
  • Wesley College beat Ithaca College 23-15 in the second round of the Division III Football playoffs Saturday. Ithaca’s Sam Carney set a school playoff record in the first quarter of the game, when he returned a kick-off 91 yards for a touchdown. The Bombers ended their season 9-3.

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