Thursday, July 29, 2010

News and Notes: Thursday Edition

Below, some news and notes for Thursday...
  • The Harvard Crimson writes, "In hoops news, the Cornell men’s basketball team’s “tentatively projected 2010-2011 non-conference schedule” was released by the Cornell Basketball Blog. The Big Red is expected to square off against such elite opponents as Seton Hall, Syracuse, and Minnesota. The Harvard men’s basketball team is expected to take on at least four opponents from the power six conferences. The Crimson will host Colorado and visit Connecticut, Michigan, and Boston College. Also on the schedule for Harvard are the Atlantic 10’s Fordham and George Washington and the Colonial Athletic Association’s George Mason."
  • In a Boston College recruiting update, the Bleacher Report writes, "Boston College fired former head coach Al Skinner and eventually found a replacement in the Ivy League's hottest coach, Steve Donahue. Donahue guided Cornell to the Sweet 16 this past season, but now has his work cut out for him in Chestnut Hill."

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just joined twitter...what other cornell basketball related people are on it? would love to follow you and them all

The Cornell Basketball Blog said...

Current and former players on Twitter include: Alex Tyler, Louis Dale, Jeff Foote, Errick Peck, Andre Wilkins, Aaron Osgood, Jon Jaques, Jake Matthews, Conor Mullen, Khaliq Gant and Andrew Naeve.

Cornell assistant Ricky Yahn is on Twitter.

Other Cornell basketball coverage on Twitter includes WVBR, Cornell Sun Sports, Cornell Athletics, and Slope Sports.

The Cornell Basketball Blog said...

In addition, Brian Delaney of the Ithaca Journal is on Twitter.

Anonymous said...

cool cool thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

great picture. love locker room shenanigans

Anonymous said...

peter mcmillan is also on twitter

cmcwo44 said...

Also assistant coach Marlon Sears