Cornell University men's team beat Buffalo, St. John's and Niagara!
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 1008
Cornell University men's tennis team played this weekend against Buffalo, St. John's and Niagara. As reported by the University website, Cornell men's tennis team opened its spring portion of the 2023 schedule with a resounding 7-0 victory over Buffalo at the Reis Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon.
Then, Cornell men's tennis team continued its winning ways on Sunday afternoon with a pair of victories over St. John's and Niagara at the Reis Tennis Center. Cornell defeated St. John's, 5-2, before posting a 6-1 victory over Niagara in the nightcap of Sunday's doubleheader.
Cornell will return to action next weekend when it plays its first pair of road matches of the spring season. The Big Red will play against Nebraska on Saturday February 4, 2023, before facing Drake on Sunday February 5, 2023.
About Cornell University
Cornell University, located in Ithaca, in the state of New York, a member of the Ivy League, was founded in 1865 by Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White, with the main objective of offering a high level of education without however discriminating against students in based on race, religion or political affiliation.
The inspiring principles of the founders were aimed at university teaching and research in every discipline of human knowledge, from the humanities to the sciences, addressing the theoretical and practical aspects of each subject.
These ideals, absolutely not widespread at the time, are enshrined in the university's motto: I want to found an institution where anyone can study anything. Cornell's educational offerings span the arts and sciences, engineering, law and economics, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs in virtually any discipline, with a total of seven departments on the main campus in Ithaca, USA.
In addition, two branches of the medical department are located in New York and Education City, Qatar. Cornell boasts a total of forty Nobel laureates, two winners of the prestigious Turing Prize, one winner of the Fields Medal, two winners of the Wolf Prize, five winners of the prestigious MacArthur Prize, four winners of the Pulitzer Prize, three winners of the US National Medal of Sciences, twenty-six NSF Lifetime Achievement Award and numerous other honors.