(Many fans of Cornell consider the 2010 Sweet Sixteen and No. 17 Final National Ranking to be the sweetest moment in Cornell Basketball's rich history)
- Ivy Hoops Online contributor, Jake Mastbaum, is counting down his Top 10 moments in Cornell Basketball history. Here is his list to date:
- The Del-Co News remembers its 1966 All Delaware County team and writes, "Steve Cram, another Upper Darby product, averaged 19.7 points per game for Cornell University and earned a place on the All-Ivy League second team. Cram, who was a 6-7 senior, also led his team in rebounds."
- Devin Cherry (Cornell '15) gets mention in AmicoHoops.net.
- In case you missed it, Jerry Ben (New Haven HS) New Haven, MI, 6-9, C was the first to commit to Cornell's high school Class of 2016 recruiting haul. Last week, Josh Warren (Downington West HS) Downington, PA, 6-9, F, committed to Cornell and joined the class. See Warren;s profile on Verbal Commits and the story on his commitment in City of Basketball Love (COBL). As a junior, Warren was the Ches-Mont League Player of the Year by the Philadelphia Inquirer. His Downington West teammate, Ryan Betley is committed to Ivy rival and Steve Donahue-coached UPenn and also made the First Team. Warren posted 17.5 points, 8 rebounds and 2 blocks per game as a junior. He had scholarship offers from a host of Division II schools during the summer, including West Chester, Pace, East Stroudsburg, and Philadelphia University, but then in September the Division I interest picked up with a scholarship offer from St. Francis (PA), an offer from Cornell, and interest from Delaware State (which invited him to visit campus). COBL describes him as, "A 6-foot-9, 225-pound forward, Warren is a mobile big man who can face up or play with his back to the basket, with a jump shout out to 15 feet and a reliable right hand hook."