Matthew Brownsword

Vice President and Managing Editor of Media

Matt is a senior from Walpole, Massachusetts studying political science. Matt is the Vice President and Managing Editor of Media after starting his Herald career as a sports writer and editor. Though his focus lies with his more successful sports teams like the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, Manchester City and North Carolina basketball, Brown athletics will always be on Matt's twitter timeline through tick and thin. And he'll wear a Patriots James Develin jersey on Saturday and Sunday to prove it.

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Captain Mark Naclerio ‘16 awaits a pass near the boards. He tallied one assist in the Bears’ 3-3 tie against the Big Red Friday night.


Tie at No. 15 Cornell gives men’s hockey key point

February 15, 2016 0 comments

For a men’s hockey team that has won two conference games this season, picking up a point in a 3-3 tie against No. 15 Cornell is an occasion to celebrate.

Third-liner Alex Brink ‘19 scored the third goal of his career against Dartmouth, but the Bears suffered a familiar defeat against the Big Green.


Losses to Harvard, Dartmouth extend men’s hockey’s ECAC winless streak to 10

February 8, 2016 0 comments

Harvard consistently ranks higher nationally than the men’s hockey team, currently in last place. But Bruno had not lost to the Crimson at home since 2011.

Dara Wais ’18, a late recruit to the women’s hockey team, skates up ice. Though Wais was not recruited at the same time as most of her teammates, she was warmly received by the other hockey players.

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Athletes walk onto College Hill

February 5, 2016 0 comments

Two days ago, high school athletes around the world fulfilled their dreams of signing to competitive colleges. It was National Signing Day.

Tie with Dutchmen ends men’s hockey’s six-game conference slide


Tie with Dutchmen ends men’s hockey’s six-game conference slide

February 1, 2016 0 comments

The entire men’s hockey team was standing, hands raised and incredulous looks on their faces.

First-time goalscorer Josh McArdle ’18 helped Brown tie the game against the Friars in the first period. Bruno went on to win 4-3 in overtime.


Men’s hockey beats former No. 1 Friars

January 29, 2016 0 comments

Tommy Marchin ’19 continued his torrid start to the season with the overtime winner against the Friars ­— one of four goals he scored over the break.

Lit arts professor C.D. Wright dies

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Lit arts professor C.D. Wright dies

January 14, 2016 0 comments

Carolyn “C.D.” Wright, professor of English and literary arts, died suddenly Tuesday. The cause of death has not been determined.

The Bears swarm together on the ice to celebrate a goal. This act was repeated many times last weekend as Brown scored 10 goals in just two games, including a Tommy Marchin ’19 hat trick against ECAC foe Colgate.


Five games against top-10 teams headline winter break schedule

December 4, 2015 0 comments

Though Men’s Hockey will face two tough opponents it is in a much better position than last year going into a pivotal point in the campaign.

Nick Lappin ’16 celebrates scoring a goal against No. 4 UMass Lowell. Bruno led the River Hawks until a late goal with 38 seconds left sent the game to overtime. UMass Lowell went on to win in a shootout.


Men’s hockey dazzles in trip to Emerald Isle

November 30, 2015 0 comments

The Bears touched down on Monday, beginning their journey to experience the Northern Ireland culture and play a little hockey on the side.

Top-seeded men’s water polo team falls in CWPA tournament


Top-seeded men’s water polo team falls in CWPA tournament

November 23, 2015 0 comments

After going undefeated in its conference and only losing six games, the men’s water polo team had high hopes heading into its second postseason tournament.

Bruno’s defense, anchored by Tim Ernst ‘18 with 16 saves total, could not salvage this weekend’s games against Cornell and Colgate.


Men’s hockey offense struggles in weekend contests

November 23, 2015 0 comments

After scoring and allowing at least two goals in every single game this year, the men’s hockey team reversed both trends this weekend.

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