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)

Utility man Jack Levine ’16 at the plate last season. Levine led the team in on-base percentage as a first-year.

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First-years, seniors look to revive baseball team after rough 2013

March 7, 2014 0 comments

After a disappointing 7-33 record and last-place finish in the Ivy League in 2013, the men’s baseball team is hoping to rebound this year.

Defenseman Jake Goldberg ’14 looks for an open teammate. Goldberg will have his hands full this weekend against a St. Lawrence offense that has scored 3.29 goals per game — the third-best mark in the ECAC.

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Men’s hockey travels to N.Y. for ECAC first round

March 7, 2014 0 comments

The men’s hockey team begins its conference tournament journey on the road this weekend, starting its best-of-three series against St. Lawrence tonight.

Brown will travel to St. Lawrence next weekend in a best-of-three playoff series. The Saints come into the playoffs after a weekend split, falling 8-0 to Quinnipiac Friday and beating Princeton 5-0 Saturday afternoon.

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Scoreless weekend drops men’s hockey to ninth place in ECAC

March 3, 2014 0 comments

The men’s hockey team was swept at home by Rensselaer and No. 3 Union this weekend and now must travel to St. Lawrence in the ECAC tournament first round.

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Men’s ice hockey offense cracks under playoff pressure

March 3, 2014 0 comments

With home ice on the line in this weekend’s homestand, Bruno collapsed, scoring no goals and falling to ninth in the conference.

Matt Lorito ’15 brings the puck up the ice.  Lorito and fellow forwards Mark Naclerio ’16 and Nick Lappin ’16 have accounted for 94 points this season, or 48 percent of the team’s total offensive production.

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Men’s hockey face formidable foe No. 3 Union on path to home ice

February 28, 2014 0 comments

The men’s hockey team hopes to hold its ground against No. 3 Union and Rensselaer in order to keep home ice in the first round of the ECAC tournament.

Kyle Kramer ’17 skates along the boards. The first-year was promoted to Bruno’s top line recently and has responded by recording two assists in the team’s last three games.

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Crimson can’t scratch Steel ’17 as men’s ice hockey salvages road split

February 24, 2014 0 comments

The men’s hockey team lost to Dartmouth but beat Harvard to stay in eighth place in the ECAC this weekend.

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Men’s ice hockey must forget about challenging February

February 24, 2014 0 comments

The men’s hockey team stumbled out of the gate this month, but with wins in two of its last three games, the squad has shown it will not roll over.

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Men’s hockey faces off versus struggling squads

February 21, 2014 0 comments

As the season winds to a close, the men’s hockey team is on the road at Dartmouth and Harvard, hoping to keep building momentum before the ECAC tournament.

Massimo Lamacchia ’15 scored in a 4-2 win over fourth-ranked Quinnipiac Saturday. The Bears fell to last-place Princeton Friday night.

Sports

Men’s hockey scores unexpected split

February 16, 2014 0 comments

The men’s hockey team picked up some surprising results at home this weekend, falling to last-place Princeton but defeating No. 4 Quinnipiac.

Defenders Joey de Concilys ’15 and Matt Wahl ’14 will anchor Bruno’s backline against Princeton and No. 4 Quinnipiac, the best offensive squad in the ECAC.

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Men’s hockey hosts Tigers and Bobcats in crucial home series

February 14, 2014 0 comments

After tough losses last weekend, the men’s hockey team is in need of good showings Friday and Saturday at home against Princeton and No. 4 Quinnipiac.

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