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ITHACA, N.Y. – A stuffed Lynah Rink crowd of 2,182 fell close to silent as No. 4 Cornell took a penalty with just six minutes to go and a tenuous one-goal lead against No. 5 Harvard. Nineteen seconds later, the crowd was on its feet erupting with joy. Jessica Campbell scored a breakaway shorthanded goal after Harvard won the faceoff, giving the Big Red the insurance it needed to come away with a 3-1 victory on Friday night. Cornell can now win the Ivy League title for the fourth consecutive season with a victory against Dartmouth on Saturday at 4 p.m. “The crowd was unbelievable,” said Campbell, who also had Cornell's second goal earlier in the third period. “All week we've been trying to get the hype up and try to pack Lynah, and I think we definitely did that. We had a lot of energy, but it all started with the...

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