Andrew Flax

Andrew Flax

Senior Editor

Andrew Flax is currently a Senior Editor for the Herald, having previously served as a Sports Editor and a Senior Staff Writer in the same section covering men’s hockey, football, and baseball. He is an applied mathematics – economics concentrator from Chevy Chase, Maryland. He loves all things DC sports, but is too upset about them to talk right now. While not at The Herald, he can be found watching any available sports games, Brown or otherwise.

Articles by Andrew Flax (100)


Analysis: Football defeats Holy Cross in season’s best showing

October 14, 2014 0 comments

The football team crawled back to an even record Saturday, defeating the College of the Holy Cross 27-24.

After dropping a narrow contest to Harvard, the Bears took down the University of Rhode Island to retain the Governor’s Cup. Bruno now turns its attention to Holy Cross, a team that struggles to close out games. The Crusaders have previously been outscored 62-27 in the fourth quarter.


Despite suffering key injuries, football team picks up steam

October 10, 2014 2 comments

Fresh off its first win of the season, Bruno hopes to even out its record when it hosts the College of the Holy Cross Saturday.

Wide receiver Reiley Higgins ’15 celebrates against Harvard. Catches were uncommon in the rain at URI, but Bruno ground its way to a win.


Football team grabs Governor’s Cup, season’s first victory

October 6, 2014 0 comments

This weekend, the football team finally escaped its losing start to the 2014 season with a 20-13 victory over the University of Rhode Island.

Looking to rebound after dropping their first two games of the season, the Bears hope to find success this weekend against a URI team that has given up 44 points and over 550 yards of offense per game.


R.I. battle pits football team against Rams

October 3, 2014 0 comments

Though still winless, the football team is drawing confidence from its strong showing against Harvard ahead of Saturday’s matchup against URI.

Bruno prepares for a play on its own goal line. Despite giving up over 400 yards of offense, Brown gave up six fewer points in the whole game than it did in the second quarter of last year’s Harvard match.


Crimson edge football with late drive

September 29, 2014 1 comment

It was the same old song and dance for the Bears against the Crimson this weekend, despite a disappointing outcome.

Quarterback Marcus Fuller ’15 runs the ball against Georgetown University. The Bears managed just three points against the Hoyas, thanks to four turnovers in opposing territory. Fuller was responsible for three, and the team will likely need to be more careful with the ball if Bruno expects to beat the Crimson.


Ready for prime time: Football to battle Crimson under lights

September 26, 2014 0 comments

Fresh off a loss at Georgetown University, the football team will be thrown into the fire this weekend as 2013 Ivy League champion Harvard comes to Brown.

The Bears gained a solid 88 yards on the ground, but their total was dwarfed by the Hoyas’ 250 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown.


Error-prone football team drops opener to Hoyas

September 22, 2014 0 comments

Penalties and turnovers set the tone Saturday for the football team, which lost its season opener to Georgetown University by a 17-3 margin.

Offensive linemen Matthew Girard ’17 and Clayton Eubank ’17 huddle up with their teammates. The sophomores will lead a team that lacks veterans on the offensive side of the ball this year.


Football to jumpstart new season in nation’s capital

September 19, 2014 0 comments

The football team opens its 2014 season with a trip to Washington to face Georgetown University on Saturday.

With 11 new starters, football’s offense retools


With 11 new starters, football’s offense retools

September 15, 2014 0 comments

With no returning offensive starters, the football team needs to adapt quickly this season.


Field hockey improves record to 3-0

September 15, 2014 0 comments

The field hockey team stretched its undefeated start to three games Sunday, as it defeated Georgetown (2-3) in Providence, 4-1.

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