Brown built a first-half lead and held on with a gutsy second-half performance to defeat the Midshipmen by a final score of 11-10.
The fifth-seeded men’s lacrosse team cruised to a 17-8 victory over Johns Hopkins in the first round of the NCAA tournament Saturday.
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.