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Ben Miller ’07: Giving back

May 8, 2007 0 comments

On my final full day of classes as an undergraduate, I sat down at my computer and did something I never thought I would do: I gave a gift to Brown.

Top Fusion

February 14, 2006 0 comments

While most upscale restaurants like to decorate their dining rooms with fancy artwork, DeWolf Tavern decided to adorn its walls with graffiti. Of course, century-old drawings located in the counting room of a 19th century warehouse can hardly be considered in the same class as spray-painted gang symbols.

Ben Miller ’07: As good as season was, the impact has yet to come

December 13, 2005 0 comments

We just witnessed arguably one of the best fall sports seasons in Brown history. Even moving past the obvious accomplishments of the Ivy champion football and soccer teams, both the volleyball and field hockey teams had great seasons – the former finished with its best record since 2001, while the latter had its best conference mark since 1999.

M. soccer fights to the finish but falls to No. 1 Terps in second round of NCAAs

November 28, 2005 0 comments

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – After his men’s soccer team knocked off the University of Rhode Island in the opening round of the NCAA tournament Saturday, Head Coach Mike Noonan deflected praise toward the Brown football team, saying “this is the beginning of a journey for us.

WEB UPDATE: M. soccer barely falls to No. 1 Maryland, 1-0

November 23, 2005 0 comments

After his men’s soccer team knocked off the University of Rhode Island in the opening round of the NCAA tournament Saturday, Head Coach Mike Noonan deflected praise toward the Brown football team, saying “this is the beginning of a journey for us.” Unfortunately for the Bears, that journey ended on a cold night on Tuesday in Maryland, as they fell 1-0 to the University of Maryland, College Park, the top overall seed in the tournament, before 1,571 fans.

Five from w. soccer named All-Ivy

November 10, 2005 0 comments

Five players on the women’s soccer team received postseason honors on Wednesday. Two players were placed on second team All-Ivy, while three Bears received honorable mention. Tri-captain and goalkeeper Hilary Wilson ’06 made the jump from honorable mention to second team All-Ivy this year.

Two great games, one packed time slot

November 10, 2005 0 comments

The two biggest home games of the fall sports season are descending upon Providence this weekend. With the men’s soccer team playing what is essentially a one-game playoff for the Ivy League title and the football team wrapping up its home schedule, the avid Brown sports spectator will have plenty of action to catch on campus.

SPORTS NOTES

November 8, 2005 0 comments

Hartigan ’06 nets more awards Tri-captain Nick Hartigan ’06 is quickly making voting for the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week a formality, capturing the award for the fifth time in six weeks this season. He earned the award after last Saturday’s 192-yard, four-touchdown performance in Brown’s 38-21 victory over Yale.

M. golf finishes sixth at New England Championship

October 20, 2005 0 comments

The men’s golf team earned its third straight top-10 finish Wednesday, placing sixth out of 45 teams at the New England Championships in Brewster, Mass. Brown finished with a two-day score of 614 (302-312), 22 strokes behind first-place University of Rhode Island.

W. tennis faces tough comp. at site of U.S. Open

October 13, 2005 0 comments

The women’s tennis team continued its fall campaign this weekend at the U.S. Tennis Center Invitational in Flushing, N.Y. The Bears struggled against tough competition, and Brett Finkelstein ’09 was the only Brown competitor to win more than one match. Finkelstein made it to the semifinals of the D2 singles flight before falling to Boston College junior Lindsey Nash.

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