- Stay tuned for some very exciting news relating to the radio and online broadcasts of Cornell Men's Basketball. These new changes should dramatically improve the overall game experience in multiple respects for alumni, friends, family and fans of the program.
- While we are unable to provide details, we have heard that Cornell had a historic Elite Prospect Camp last weekend and could reap some major benefits in recruiting with the classes of 2012 and 2013. Stay tuned for our regular recruiting updates.
- Big Apple Buckets is hoping for the creation of a single elimination New York State Tournament involving all 22 Division I teams in the Empire State.
- If you have not watched it yet, check out the latest edition of Cornell Athletics' Sidelines Show which interviews Cornell Athletic Director Andy Noel and touches upon numerous topics related and relevant to Cornell Men's Basketball.
- Covering the Nike Pro City League in New York City at Baruch College (part of the CUNY system), the New York Post writes:
Cornell duo makes impact: Two years ago, Louis Dale and Jeff Foote led Cornell to its best season in program history, all the way to the Sweet 16, where it pushed Kentucky. They are still playing basketball together, only the setting is much different: Baruch College. The results remain similar. The duo paced Dyckman/NYAC in its 115-107 win over defending champion the Franchise Tuesday night.
Dale, a shifty 5-foot-11 guard, had 18 points, eight rebounds and six assists while the 7-foot Foote contributed 15 point and 13 rebounds. Former St. John’s Prep and Fordham star Bryant Dunston scored 34 points on 13-of-17 shooting. Dale has played at Nike Pro City before, but only sparingly. This summer, he is giving it his all.
“It’s a good atmosphere, crowd, I like the announcer. He always keeps it interesting and there’s great competition,” said Dale, who just finished a season overseas in Germany and is rooming with Foote and Ryan Wittman, another Cornell teammate, in the city this summer.