For athletes who spend much of their childhood and high school years dedicated to a sport, reaching the Division I level is often the ultimate goal.
In the fall and winter seasons this year, only three of 12 Brown team sports — men’s soccer, men’s water polo and women’s rugby — had winning records.
It is hardly a secret that sports are generally not central to student life at top-tier academic institutions like Ivy League schools.
Brown (6-8, 1-5 Ivy) dominated the majority of the game to secure a convincing 8-5 win over the Big Green (6-8, 2-4).
The softball team has outperformed expectations this season and played better than its record indicates, but it seems the team simply cannot catch a break.
The men’s baseball team traveled north to take on Red Rolfe division foe Harvard in a four-game series Saturday and Sunday.
The No. 3 men’s lacrosse team has done it again. After dismantling Cornell Saturday, the Bears (12-1, 5-0) clinched a second straight Ivy League title.
In 2013 and 2014, the men’s lacrosse team had two middle-of-the-pack, 8-6 seasons. Then Will Gural ’16 took over as the team’s face-off man.
Women’s hockey captain Alli Rolandelli ’16 was named the winner of the 2016 Sarah Devens Award, an annual award recognizing leadership and commitment.
Last month, general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers Sam Hinkie stepped down after three years of basketball misery.