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The recently announced renovation of the baseball and softball fields has received positive reactions from players. It will not interfere with either teams’ practices, said Baseball Head Coach Grant Achilles.


Renovations in fields’ futures

October 30, 2015 0 comments

A $5 million renovation to the baseball and softball fields will take place during summer 2016 and is slated to be finished by spring 2017.

Story ’19 scores two crucial goals in double-overtime victory for women’s soccer


Story ’19 scores two crucial goals in double-overtime victory for women’s soccer

October 26, 2015 0 comments

Against the Big Red, the Bears rallied in the second half and overtime to claim their first Ivy win of the season, 3-2.

Christine Etzel ’19 made five saves Saturday against Harvard. The goalkeeper’s efforts helped the Bears’ solid defense keep the Crimson off the scoreboard until the 73rd minute of the contest in a 1-0 loss for Bruno.


Women’s soccer team’s offensive play fails to support tenacious defense against Crimson

October 19, 2015 0 comments

Despite a valiant defensive effort, the Bears’ anemic offense proved to be their Achilles’ heel once again.

Amanda Lane ’19 attempts to dribble around her Marist opponent.


After Princeton loss, women’s soccer rebounds against Marist

October 12, 2015 0 comments

The Tigers came to Stevenson Field on a six-game winning streak, while the Bears entered having gone 310 consecutive minutes without scoring a goal.

Last-minute goal devastates women’s soccer team


Last-minute goal devastates women’s soccer team

October 5, 2015 0 comments

Defense was not enough to make up for a lackluster attack, and the Bears ended the week without a win.

Five-foot-11 goalkeeper Christine Etzel ’19 was able to use her height to make seven saves against Dartmouth and hold the Big Green scoreless.


Women’s soccer team goes undefeated in pair of thrillers

September 28, 2015 0 comments

Taking on two tough opponents in Sacred Heart and Dartmouth, the Bears came away from two hard-fought overtime games with a win and a draw.

Megan Grant ‘19 protects the goal from a UConn opponent in a game that started off strong, but ended with a 1-0 loss for Bruno. The Bears also fell to UMass by the same margin this weekend.


Two shutouts mark sour stretch for women’s soccer

September 21, 2015 0 comments

While the Bears (2-4) tested their competition, a pair of mistakes proved costly in 1-0 losses to UMass and UConn.