Topic: Athletics

After winning their final home game, the Bears will face off against Harvard in the opener of the Ivy League championship next weekend.

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Women’s water polo downs No. 22 Marist

April 22, 2019 0 comments

The women’s water polo team defeated No. 22 Marist College at home Saturday in their final game of the season.

Tomlinson ’20 earned his first win of the season as he allowed just two runs in seven innings in Brown’s 7-3 victory over Cornell Sunday.

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Tomlinson ’20 leads baseball to sweep over Cornell

April 12, 2019 0 comments

With an ERA of 3.43 going into the season, right-handed pitcher Will Tomlinson ’20 (1-3) is proving to be a core asset to the Brown baseball program. He led the Bears (8-18, 5-4 Ivy) in a sweep of Cornell at an away series over the weekend.

Fundraising for the BrownTogether campaign has allowed for the renovation of athletic facilities and recruitment of sports coaches.

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Athletics exceeds fundraising milestone

February 15, 2019 0 comments

The BrownTogether campaign recently eclipsed $100 million raised for the University’s athletic department.

The men’s hockey team won four of its last five contests on the road, including two clashes against nationally ranked opponents.

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Bears undefeated on road trip

February 11, 2019 0 comments

The men’s hockey team found success on the road this weekend, earning a critical pair of victories over Princeton and No. 4 Quinnipiac University. The Bears bested the Tigers 4-2 Friday, before upsetting the nationally ranked Bobcats 4-1 to close out the road trip the following night.

Guard Zach Hunsaker ’20 faces off against a Penn defender in a Friday night showdown at Pizzitola Sports Center. The Bears lost 92-82 against the Quakers, but bounced back to defeat Princeton the next day.

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Bears beat Princeton, fall to Penn

February 11, 2019 0 comments

The men’s basketball team dropped their Friday night matchup against Penn in a 92-82 shootout, but rebounded at home to defeat Princeton Saturday. The Bears were down by as much as 12 early in the first half against the Tigers, but an emphatic 39-15 run allowed Bruno to hold on for the crucial 78-70 victory.

Brown Bear faces off against Army Black Knight in 32-6 loss to open the EIWA season. The Bears rebounded with two wins later that week.

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Brown wrestling goes 2-1 in first week of EIWA action

January 22, 2019 0 comments

The wrestling team stumbled in a 32-6 loss to Army last Thursday, but found their footing on Saturday as they picked up close wins over Franklin & Marshall College and Bucknell University.

Justine Gaziano ’20 scored a career-high 35 points in the winning effort against Bryant University last weekend.

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Gaziano ’20 powers Bears to victory over Bryant

December 7, 2018 0 comments

Junior guard Justine Gaziano ’20 notched 35 points last weekend as the women’s basketball team breezed past Bryant University 84-68 at the Ocean State Tip-Off Tournament. For her standout performances in Bruno’s tournament play, she has been named The Herald’s Athlete of the Week.

Cardoso ’19: Make Brown athletic facilities public

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Cardoso ’19: Make Brown athletic facilities public

November 28, 2018 0 comments

I don’t play basketball. It’s nothing against the sport itself, but I never grew up playing it.

McCaleb ’20, Steeves ’19: Athletes contribute more than their win-loss records

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McCaleb ’20, Steeves ’19: Athletes contribute more than their win-loss records

November 4, 2018 0 comments

We first want to commend Glenn ’14, Meyers ’16, Johnston ’17 and Matsumoto ’16 for their Herald op-ed “Cutting Brown athletics isn’t a joke.” As former Brown student-athletes, they highlight the intricacies of the recurring debate on whether or not Brown athletics add value to the community.

August ’19, Kent-Daggett ’19, Taswell ’19: A slam dunk proposal for Brown athletics

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August ’19, Kent-Daggett ’19, Taswell ’19: A slam dunk proposal for Brown athletics

October 21, 2018 0 comments

Brown sports teams are bad. So bad. Almost no one attends the games. They are no fun to watch. And not in a funny “ha-ha” way, but in a “well, there goes another $17.7 million” kind of way.