Brian Earl, who helped Princeton return to its winning ways during nine seasons as an assistant and associate head coach, has been hired as the head coach at Cornell.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 116-81
- 11/16W 101-98
- 11/18W 76-59
- 11/21L 87-62
- 11/23HARRW 76-47
- 11/25L 93-49
- 11/29L 80-77
- 12/1W 81-80
- 12/5W 85-67
- 12/19L 67-46
- 12/23L 78-69
- 12/28W 65-62
- 1/2L 75-70
- 1/6W 84-81
- 1/16L 74-70
- 1/23L 79-68
- 1/29W 77-65
- 1/30W 77-73
- 2/5L 86-80
- 2/6L 83-52
- 2/12L 85-56
- 2/13L 92-84
- 2/19L 78-66
- 2/20L 76-74
- 2/26L 79-67
- 2/27L 74-60
- 3/4L 88-64
- 3/5W 75-71
- Full Schedule
Cornell parts ways with coach Courtney
Bill Courtney went just 60-113 with the Big Red, never finishing above .500 in six seasons. He became head coach in 2010, replacing Steve Courtney, who left for Boston College after winning three straight Ivy League titles.
Bill Courtney has been fired by Cornell after serving as the team's coach for five seasons.
The Ivy League will no longer be the only Division I conference without a conference tournament, as it announced that a four-team bracket to determine its NCAA tournament bid will start in 2017.
Cornell University freshman Xavier Eaglin has been charged with first-degree rape and first-degree criminal sex act. He is being held on $50,000 bail.
Matt Morgan scored 25 points and Darryl Smith added 13 to help Cornell hold off a late Brown charge 75-71 on Saturday.
Brandon Sherrod scored 18 points and Yale built a big first half lead and beat Cornell 88-64 on Friday night for its fourth straight victory.
Key Ivy League games for Yale, Princeton
- Yale, which hasn't made the NCAA tournament since 1962, is 11-1 with a half-game lead over Princeton (10-1) for first.
- The Ivy League's automatic NCAA tournament bid goes to the regular-season champion. A tie sets up a one-game playoff.
- Yale-Cornell is Fri. at 6 p.m. ET (Bulldogs also play Columbia on Sat.)
- Princeton-Harvard is Fri. at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN3 (Tigers also play Dartmouth on Sat. and Penn on Tues.)
Spencer Weisz and Amir Bell scored 16 points apiece as Princeton defeated Cornell 74-60 on Saturday, securing a 20-win season for the third time in five years.
Darien Nelson-Henry scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Penn held off Cornell, 79-67 Friday night to hold onto fourth place in the Ivy League standings.
Tommy McCarthy had 21 points, five rebounds and eight assists Saturday and scored the game-winning layup with 5.5 seconds left to cap Harvard's 21-point comeback, 76-74 over Cornell.
Freshman Evan Boudreaux scored 22 points and grabbed a season-high 18 rebounds for a third straight double-double and Dartmouth defeated Cornell 78-66 on Friday night, winning on the road for the
Jackson Donahue sank five 3-pointers and scored a career-high 25 points to lead Penn to a 92-84 win over Cornell on Saturday night.
Henry Caruso and Amir Bell had 13 points each and Princeton beat Cornell 85-56 for its third straight win on Friday night.
Jack Montague scored 16 points and Yale faced little resistance in an 83-52 win over Cornell on Saturday night.
Cedric Kuakumensah and Steven Spieth scored 16 apiece to help Brown beat Cornell 86-80 Friday night.
Matt Morgan shot 17 of 23 from the free-throw line and scored 32 points, and Cornell ended the game on a 16-3 run as they came back to beat Dartmouth 77-73 on Saturday night.
Matt Morgan had 19 of his career-high 33 points in the second half and Cornell ended with the last 13 points to beat Harvard 77-65 on Friday night.
Maodo Lo scored 18 points, Luke Petrasek added 16 and eight rebounds, and Columbia shot 60 percent in the second half en route to a 79-68 win over Cornell on Saturday.
Jeff Coby had 13 points with 11 rebounds, made big free throws late, and Columbia beat Cornell 74-70 in the Ivy League opener for both teams Saturday night.
Robert Hatter scored 27 points and Desmond Fleming blocked a potential tying shot at the buzzer as Cornell hung on to defeat Howard 84-81 Wednesday night.
Ray Sanders scored 18 points, Joe Cremo had 15, and Albany (NY) held off a late charge to beat Cornell 75-70 on Saturday night.
Matt Morgan scored 11 of his 17 points in the last three minutes to push Cornell past St. Peter's 65-62 Monday night.