Last year, captain and All-American Ophir Bernstein ’15 fell just two wins short of setting Bruno’s all-time single-season record for wins — a mark he hopes to surpass in his final season on the mats.

In early-season bouts, wrestling team medals in multiple events

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The wrestling team kicked off its season at the East Stroudsburg Open Nov. 16, and continued its early season bouts at the Navy Classic Nov. 22.

Bears take top prize at inaugural home Taekwondo tournament

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After years of being a Category 3 student group on campus, the Taekwondo team took on the club sport title this semester.

The men’s hockey team will take on conference foes Union and Rensselaer this weekend. Brown has failed to secure a single win in the ECAC this season, though these games could pose tough challenges to Bruno.

Union, RPI pose next ECAC test for men’s hockey

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After a weekend in which the men’s hockey team was able to notch its second win of the season against Connecticut, Bruno will look to take the next step.

Fuller ’15.5 announces return for 2015 football season

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Wide receiver Brian Strachan ’15.5 and football team quarterback Marcus Fuller ’15.5 announced that they will be returning to the team for the 2015 season.

Maia ’15 follows through after a free throw. The forward has been a force on the glass this year, collecting three and a half offensive boards per game.

Athlete of the Week: Captain Maia ’15 dominates glass, sets career high in win

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Rafael Maia ’15 started his athletic career on the tennis court, but his moves as a basketball player show that the hardwood is his natural arena.

Cohan ’17: From the big screen to the hardwood

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This movie can be stamped as mediocre. Congratulations, Hawks.

Despite splitting into separate teams and gaining two new head coaches and a crop of first-years who have yet to learn the ropes, the formerly co-ed men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have their eyes set on Ivy League championships.

Separate teams, new coaching staffs highlight changes for swimming and diving

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After the retirement of longtime coach Peter Brown, the co-ed program has split into separate men’s and women’s teams.

Co-captain Cedric Kuakumensah ’16 led the Bears with 17 points and added to his already impressive defensive resume with another three blocks.

Men’s basketball bested by meticulous Eagles’ slow-paced offense

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American University rode the strength of a 16-point second half advantage to take down the men’s basketball team Wednesday at the Pizzitola Center.

Firn ’16: Morality, legality and the NFL

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The NFL has every right to create and enforce any rule it collectively bargains, but Goodell can’t make up rules because he fears fan and sponsor backlash.

Sophie Bikofsky ’15 drives into the lane. Bikofsky, one of the team’s premier scorers, has also made other strong contributions to the Bears’ offense, collecting 10 rebounds in each of the last two games.

Women’s basketball slips in final seconds, drops Ocean State tilt with Rams

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After the weekend tournament, women’s basketball returned to the Ocean State in a matchup against the URI Rams that resulted in a 65-61 Bears loss.