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Gymnastics steps up against MIT and URI

January 28, 2009 0 comments

In a decisive victory, the Brown gymnastics team outmatched both MIT and the URI Club Team on Sunday afternoon at the Pizzitola Sports Center, securing a second place standing in the Ivy League early in the season. The Bears finished with a total score of 186.

Gymnastics starts season off strong

January 23, 2009 0 comments

Although the gymnastics team officially recorded a loss against Towson University in its opening meet on Sunday at the Pizzitola Center, the result reflects one of Brown’s best-ever opening season scores. Towson, which finished first in the ECAC last year, topped Brown by a slim margin, 189.

In opener, w. lacrosse breaks Sacred Heart

February 26, 2008 0 comments

With only 1:25 shaved off the clock, attackman Jesse Nunn ’09 scored her first of four goals off a free-position shot in what would become a decisive victory for the women’s lacrosse team over Sacred Heart University.

M. water polo sets sights on Eastern title

November 7, 2007 0 comments

With an enrollment of 2,300, St. Francis College proudly calls itself the “Small College of Big Dreams.” Perhaps nothing at the New York City school embodies the motto better than its water polo team, the perennial powerhouse that consistently beats up bigger colleges.

M. and w. cross country teams leaves Heps happy

October 29, 2007 0 comments

The men’s and women’s cross country teams climbed the Ivy vine this past Friday at the Heptagonal Ivy League Cross Country Championships at Van Cortlandt Park in New York. Both teams improved upon their seventh place finishes last year, with the women jumping to third place overall and the men finishing in sixth.

Albany race big success for w. cross country

October 16, 2007 0 comments

The women’s cross country team survived a test of endurance on Saturday, outrunning 26 other teams to claim second place at the 41st annual University of Albany Cross Country Invitational. The Bears trailed first-place finisher Harvard by just 10 points.Albany race big success for w. cross country

M. cross-country runs away with New England Championship

October 10, 2007 0 comments

Roughly 300 runners from 43 different schools anxiously stood on the starting line of the New England Championships in Boston on Saturday. Twenty-four minutes and 54 seconds later, Christian Escareno ’10 finished with the head of the pack, leading the men’s cross country team to a first-place finish at Franklin Park.