Cal is a sports Senior Staff Writer covering the women’s basketball team this winter as his main beat. He is a sophomore from Bainbridge Island, Washington pursuing a concentration in sociology. Outside of the Herald, he is a member of the Brown Club Soccer team and an avid Seattle sports fan. You can find him huddled in the basement of the Rock, nursing a tepid cup of coffee while poring over fantasy football factoids and feverishly penning strange, alliterative sports takes in his iPhone notes.

Articles by Cal Barash-David (36)

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Barash-David ’19: NFL draft busts product of environment not individual shortcomings

April 22, 2018 0 comments

The Cleveland Browns are going to be on the clock and under the microscope next Thursday. While the front office wants to build its team and do what’s best for the franchise, one goal likely remains in the back of management’s mind: Don’t draft a bust.

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Barash-David ’19: Dear NFL players: don’t be loyal, be rich

March 18, 2018 0 comments

It’s fourth down with under a minute to play in the 2014 NFC Championship.

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Barash-David ’19: Let athletes be activists

February 22, 2018 0 comments

In 1968, American Olympians Tommie Smith and John Carlos stood on the podium in Mexico City shoeless.

Dylan Molloy ’16 takes on a defender in the Bears’ 13-10 win over Cornell, which guaranteed Bruno a spot in the Ivy League postseason tournament.

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Three Bears selected in Major League Lacrosse Draft

June 7, 2017 0 comments

Three seniors decided to forego the ceremonial commencement march through the Van Wickle Gates Sunday, instead opting to hear their names called elsewhere.

Dylan Molloy ’16 takes on a defender in the Bears’ 13-10 win over Cornell, which guaranteed Bruno a spot in the Ivy League postseason tournament.

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Men’s Lacrosse bests Tigers, falls to Bulldogs in Ivy League Tournament

May 8, 2017 0 comments

As the field of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament takes shape, the Brown men’s lacrosse team will begin its offseason.

Bre Hudgins ’14 was drafted by the Boston Storm of the United Women’s Lacrosse League, which enters its second season this year.

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Bre Hudgins ’14 drafted by Boston Storm

April 23, 2017 0 comments

Three years ago, Bre Hudgins ’14 netted a game winning overtime goal against Princeton to give Bruno its first win over the Tigers since 1991.

Brown records first Ivy win in overtime contest against Columbia

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Brown records first Ivy win in overtime contest against Columbia

April 23, 2017 0 comments

Hot off a 12-6 win over the University of Massachusetts Lowell, the women’s lacrosse team took the field Saturday for its penultimate contest of the season.

Zoe Verni ’19 helped Brown get off to a quick start in Wednesday’s win over UMass-Lowell with two early tallies. Verni’s four goal-performance brings her season total to 21, third-highest on the team.

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Tough defense secures win against UMass Lowell

April 21, 2017 0 comments

Searching for their first April win, the women’s lacrosse team braved a cold and rainy night for a contest against UMass Lowell

Patience at the plate yields doubleheader sweep for softball

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Patience at the plate yields doubleheader sweep for softball

April 19, 2017 0 comments

The softball team found mid-week success in two six-inning contests against Ocean State rival University of Rhode Island Tuesday.

Two Harvard runs defeat Bears in Saturday contest

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Two Harvard runs defeat Bears in Saturday contest

April 16, 2017 0 comments

The women’s lacrosse team hosted Harvard Saturday at Stevenson-Pincince field in the first contest of a three-game April homestand.