Firn ’16: When slow and steady loses the race

October 31, 2014 0 comments

But these days, I find it increasingly difficult to stay glued to a baseball game.

Jameson Lochhead ’16 traps the ball under his foot. The junior center back will anchor Bruno’s defense against Forrest Clancy, Duke Lacroix, Alec Neumann and the rest of the Quakers’ offensive attack.

With extra-time win, men’s soccer gains momentum facing Penn

October 31, 2014 0 comments

It took Cross ’16 just 53 seconds of extra time to break a scoreless stalemate and lift the men’s soccer team to a victory over University of New Hampshire.

Blasberg ’18: Chapter 16 — Manning vists Brady in chilly Foxborough

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In January’s AFC Championship game, Peyton Manning’s Denver Broncos galloped all over the New England Patriots.

Marcus Fuller ’15 hurls a pass. The quarterback has found a rhythm recently, compiling 760 yards and five touchdowns in the last two games.

Football’s offensive unit hopes to spoil Quakers’ homecoming

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A pass-happy offense helped the football team to its first Ivy win last weekend, and the aerial strategy could also lift the squad over Penn Saturday.

Nick Lappin ’16 hits a slap shot toward the goal. The forward contributed 13 goals and 19 assists and played all but one game last season. He will be instrumental to Bruno’s offensive game plan this year.

Multiple first-year NHL draftees join proven veterans

October 31, 2014 0 comments

After ECAC powerhouses Colgate, Union and Quinnipiac, Brown, Dartmouth and Yale look to be the prime competitors for home playoff bids come tournament time.

Kirsten Belinsky ’15 battles a Cornell player for the ball. Through defensive efforts like Belinsky’s, the Bears notched their third shutout of the year.

First Ivy win for women’s soccer comes in front of families

October 27, 2014 0 comments

With a pair of first-half goals and a stout defense, the Bears found their elusive first conference victory Sunday.

Contested call hurts field hockey in loss

October 27, 2014 0 comments

For all the records and accomplishments of this year’s field hockey team, the Bears consistently stumble when faced with one hurdle: Ivy League opponents.

Captain Ben Maurey ’15.5 protects the ball from a Cornell defender. With three goals, Maurey is the team’s leading scorer, but Bruno’s offense has otherwise been anemic, failing to score twice in a game since Sept. 14.

Ivy title hopes in dire straits for men’s soccer after home defeat

October 27, 2014 0 comments

A goal by Cornell’s Eric Nuss exactly half an hour into the game Saturday ostensibly erased the men’s soccer team’s hopes of winning an Ivy League title.

Quarterback Marcus Fuller ’15 fires a spiral downfield. Fuller had a career day, throwing for over 300 yards and setting a new personal mark with four touchdowns through the air as Bruno secured a 42-16 victory.

Football team runs roughshod over Big Red for first Ivy win

October 27, 2014 3 comments

After a pair of close losses to open its Ivy slate, the football team finally grabbed its first conference win of the season Saturday.

A Bruno player attempts to escape tacklers. The Bears’ defense has been as stingy as their offense has been potent, not allowing more than 15 points in any match while the attack has scored nearly 57.5 points per game.

Rugby team completes undefeated regular season

October 27, 2014 0 comments

The women’s rugby team ended its first regular season as a varsity team with a perfect 6-0 record Saturday with its 46-12 victory over visiting Navy.