- RCS Sports released its final rankings of the top graduating high school players from the Division I rich, Houston area. Cornell freshman, Robert Hatter is ranked No. 14, Penn recruit, Dylan Jones ranks No. 18 and Cornell freshman Desmond Flemming checks in at No. 77.
- The Roanoke Times mentions Radford's visit to Cornell during 2013.
- The Ivy League references Eitan Chemerinski's participation in the Maccabi Games.
- When Cornell faces St. Bonaventure this season, the Bonnies' roster will boast a rare 6th year senior who injured his Achilles against Cornell back in November 2011.
- Per the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, a Wisconsin guard selected Drake over interest from Cornell and Harvard.
- Sports Illustrated's Andy Glockner writes of Boston College, "Stevie D’s steady build worked at Cornell, and it’s starting to simmer in Chestnut Hill. Young team maturing w/ Hanlan/Anderson 1-2 punch."
- SB Nation covers the transfers into the Purdue program and writes:
The first senior to transfer into Purdue was Errick Peck, an Indiana native who attended college previously at Cornell. The 6'6 forward averaged just less than 10 points per game and 5 rebounds per game in his last season at Cornell and has one more year of eligibility due to a knee injury that caused him to miss an earlier season. Peck was a relatively modest shooter at Cornell, making around 35% of his three pointers and almost 70% from the free throw line in his career. His numbers aren't staggering, but Purdue desperately needs to establish an outside shooting presence, as well as add some experience to the roster. As a fifth year senior Peck has been around the game long enough to bring some leadership to the table, though he'll be facing heavy competition for playing time.