Tess is a senior reporter for The Herald's Sports section. She is a junior from (a tiny town near) Savannah, Georgia and is concentrating in English Nonfiction Writing. Tess loves all things college football and is a devoted Georgia Bulldogs fan. Outside 195 Angell, catch her in the AQR pretending to write papers while actually scrolling through /r/CFB or in the SciLi basement rewatching the 2018 Rose Bowl.

Articles by Tess Demeyer (63)

Quarterback Thomas Linta '18 throws a pass as the Bears were unable to overcome the Lions on the road, despite keeping the scores close for the first three quarters. Ultimately the Lions managed to outplay Bruno’s powerful defense.


Football finishes season with 24-6 loss at Columbia

November 19, 2017 0 comments

Seven weeks after recording what would be its last win, the football team closed out its 2017 season with a 24-6 loss to Columbia on the road Saturday.

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Diane Short steps down after 25 seasons

November 16, 2017 0 comments

When Diane Short took over the volleyball team in 1993, only three student-athletes showed up to join the team.

Bruno falls to Big Green at Fenway, 33-10


Bruno falls to Big Green at Fenway, 33-10

November 12, 2017 0 comments

History appeared to repeat itself as the football team fell to Dartmouth 33-10 under the lights of Fenway Park Friday night.

Cairo ’18 tallied 24 digs and four service aces as the volleyball team defeated Harvard 3-2 Saturday night.


Cairo ’18 powers Bruno to comeback victory

November 9, 2017 0 comments

In the final home match of her Brown career, volleyball team captain Melissa Cairo ’18 recorded match-highs with 24 digs and four service aces.

The Yale offense accrued 563 yards in its blowout win over Brown.  Livingstone “LJ” Harriott ’20 caught a four-yard pass from Thomas “TJ” Linta ’18 to put the Bears on the board.


Football falters against Bulldogs on the road in fifth straight loss

November 5, 2017 0 comments

Despite the return of quarterback Thomas “TJ” Linta ’18, Brown failed to find an offensive rhythm its 34-7 loss to Ivy League leaders Yale Friday night.

Facing a strong defensive Quaker presence, wide receiver Isaac Whitney ’18 carries the ball forward. Quarterback Nicholas Duncan ’19 scored Bruno’s only touchdown at the end of the first quarter, but the Bears were unable to complete more touchdowns.


Football drops fourth straight to Quakers, 17-7

October 29, 2017 1 comment

A season-best performance by Brown’s defense and a late first-quarter touchdown weren’t enough to put the football team on top.

Tyler Kirchberg ’18 recorded 13 goals at the Julian Fraser Memorial Tournament last weekend. He is also the NWPC Co-Player of the Week.


Kirchberg ’18 nets 13 goals in water polo’s 4-0 weekend

October 26, 2017 0 comments

For his leadership in the pool and clutch performances over the weekend, Kirchberg has been named The Herald’s Athlete of the Week.

Bears lose 34-7 to Cornell in third consecutive defeat


Bears lose 34-7 to Cornell in third consecutive defeat

October 22, 2017 0 comments

Seven points, six first downs and 161 total yards of offense were all the football team managed in the Bears’ (2-3, 0-3 Ivy) 34-7 loss.

Rookie quarterback Jeffrey Jonke ’21 runs outside of the pocket. Jonke made his second appearance of the season in the loss, which saw the Bears concede 53 points to the third-place Tigers at Brown Stadium Saturday.


Football fall to Tigers at home, 53-0

October 15, 2017 0 comments

It has been five years since the football team found itself on the wrong side of a shutout when, in 2012, Princeton hung 19 unanswered points on the Bears.

Volleyball’s middle blocker Courtney Palm ’19 led the team as it broke its four-game losing streak Saturday. The team will play Harvard on Friday.


Palm ’19 powers volleyball team to first conference victory

October 12, 2017 0 comments

Led by middle blocker Courtney Palm ’19, the volleyball team snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-1 victory over Columbia at home Saturday.