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Major Matchups for Cornell Women's Athletics Today

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The Cornell Women's Ice Hockey 2018-2019 team celebrates International Women's Day on Instagram. (@cornellwhockey)
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The Cornell Women's Basketball 2018-2019 team celebrates Cornell Giving Day on Instagram (@cornellwbb).
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If there's ever a time to cheer for Cornell Women's athletics (besides every day), it's today! The Cornell Women's Ice Hockey team and Cornell Women's Basketball team are traveling away for the NCAA tournament and Ivy Madness, respectively.

Cornell Women's Ice Hockey
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After a heart-breaking loss to Clarkson in the ECAC Championship final, the Cornell Women's Ice Hockey team were granted one more shot at the NCAA title by receiving an "at-large bid."

Cornell earned its first ECAC regular season championship since 2013 with a 17-3-2 record. Head Coach Doug Derraugh was named the ECAC's coach of the year, and #14 Jaime Bourbonnais was named the best defenseman.

The Big Red faces #3 Northeastern University at Matthews Arena. The two have only met twice since 2002. The NCAA will stream the game live at 1pm ET. To watch, go to: http://bit.ly/ncaacornell

Cornell Women's Basketball
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After defeating Dartmouth coupled with Princeton defeating Yale, the Big Red earned a spot in the Ivy Madness playoffs.

Cornell went 6-8 in Ivy League contest during the regular season. Forward (and WVBR's very own) #24 Laura Bagwell-Katalinich earned first-team All-Ivy honors, being the 11th first-team selection in Big Red women's basketball history.

Cornell will face the top-seed Princeton at 6pm in New Haven, CT. To game will be aired on ESPN3, or watch online through the ESPN app at: http://bit.ly/cornellivymadness

WVBR wishes both teams the best of luck on their respective contests!

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