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Articles by Patrick Nugent (10)

Nugent ’21: Canadian Cup competition is coming

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Nugent ’21: Canadian Cup competition is coming

November 11, 2018 0 comments

Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg. Seven cities with little in common except their country, the presence of an NHL team and no recent Stanley Cup success.

Abby Carchio ’20 finished her season by receiving All-Ivy Honors for the second consecutive year and leading the Ivy League in scoring.

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Carchio ’20 powers women’s soccer to 3-0 win over Yale

November 9, 2018 0 comments

Abby Carchio ’20 scored one goal and notched two assists in the women’s soccer team’s 3-0 win over Yale last Sunday. Those four points on Senior Day raised her season total to 28 and helped her lead the Ivy League in scoring.

Nugent ’21: 2018 World Series proves baseball’s salary system needs a change

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Nugent ’21: 2018 World Series proves baseball’s salary system needs a change

October 29, 2018 0 comments

It’s been nearly seven months since all 30 MLB teams broke camp with finalized rosters and plenty of lofty expectations.

Carleen Jeffers ’19 posted a 20 minute, 53 second six-kilometer run at the Penn State National Open last weekend.

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Jeffers ’19 leads cross country to strong finish

October 19, 2018 0 comments

Carleen Jeffers ’19 led women’s cross country to a seventh place team finish out of 28 squads last weekend at the Penn State National Open.

Gabrielle Moriconi ’21 led women’s volleyball to a comeback victory against Penn. Moriconi recorded double-digit kills for the sixth time this season.

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Moriconi ’21 leads Bears to comeback victory over Penn

October 4, 2018 0 comments

Down two sets to none against Penn last weekend, the women’s volleyball team needed a spark. The Bears found it in outside hitter Gabrielle Moriconi ’21, who led Bruno to a 3-2 victory with 16 kills, six digs and four blocks. A native of Naples, Florida, Moriconi has recorded double-digit […]

Nugent ’21: Don’t sleep on the Dodgers

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Nugent ’21: Don’t sleep on the Dodgers

September 30, 2018 0 comments

It’s easy to write off this year’s National League on the road to the World Series. On Friday, the New York Yankees joined the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox, all American League clubs, at the 100-win mark.

The men’s water polo team defeated Connecticut College and Austin College during their undefeated road trip before conference play.

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Penner ’22 powers water polo to four wins

September 20, 2018 0 comments

Andrew Penner ’22 is a first-year on the men’s water polo team, and he just wrapped up Brown’s last stretch before conference play with six goals in three games.

Nugent ’21: The AFC North is finally interesting

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Nugent ’21: The AFC North is finally interesting

September 16, 2018 0 comments

These days, seeing that your team’s NFL schedule features Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Pittsburgh doesn’t inspire the fear it used to.

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Nugent ’21: MLB’s playoff system needs to be fixed

September 6, 2018 0 comments

Baseball loves to laud itself for meritocratic policies, from a grueling 162 game season that exposes any weakness and only rewards true quality, to the extensive minor league system that provides easy replacement for any player not making the grade.

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Nugent ’21: Extra-inning baserunner rule does not hurt baseball

April 2, 2018 0 comments

I read The Herald’s April 1 column “Schapiro ’19: Rob Manfred crosses the Rubicon”, and while I don’t love what Rob Manfred is doing to baseball, denouncing the implementation of an international tiebreaker in the minors is not the right battle to choose. There are plenty of problems to solve […]