Topic: Brown athletes

The Bears took the lead only 34 seconds into the game after a 75-yard rush by running back Allen Smith ’22 followed by a 22-yard touchdown. Despite the early lead, Bruno failed to score again for the rest of the game.


Football travels to Harvard for Ivy League opener, loses to Crimson 42-7

September 30, 2019 0 comments

On Friday night, Brown came charging out of the locker room and scored a touchdown 34 seconds into the game against Harvard. But Bruno ultimately suffered a familiar fate, falling to Harvard for the ninth consecutive time by a 42-7 margin.

The men’s lacrosse team showed strong defense in a Saturday game against No. 5 ranked Yale, but the Bears were outscored by the Bulldogs. They will face cross-town rival Providence College on Tuesday.


Men’s lacrosse falls 17-12 to Bulldogs in New Haven

April 15, 2019 0 comments

Coming into Saturday’s game against No. 5 Yale, the men’s lacrosse team hoped to find its third Ivy League win for the year and avenge last year’s shootout loss against the Bulldogs.

Bruno dropped two games and won one game in its series against Dartmouth this weekend. The Bears next face Ivy League leader Columbia in a road series.


Men’s baseball wins one in three-game series against Dartmouth

April 15, 2019 0 comments

The baseball team dropped its weekend series to Dartmouth, dominating game two 13-6 but coming up empty in close losses in games one and three.

Brown and Penn were the only undefeated Ivy League teams going into their matchup Saturday. The game celebrated the 50th anniversary of Brown’s 1969 champion team winning the school’s first Ivy title in lacrosse.


Men’s lacrosse lose battle for top of Ivy League

April 8, 2019 0 comments

The men’s lacrosse team was defeated in a battle for first place in the Ivy League Saturday in a 16 -9 loss against Penn at Stevenson-Pincince Field.

Glenn ’14, Meyers ’16: Cutting Brown athletics isn’t a joke

Op-eds, Opinions

Glenn ’14, Meyers ’16: Cutting Brown athletics isn’t a joke

October 29, 2018 3 comments

With the start of the new week came the revival of an old debate: Is there value in Brown athletics? Many of us arrived to work last Monday to find multiple messages from friends sharing the opinion piece by August ’19, Kent-Daggett ’19 and  Taswell ’19 entitled, “A slam dunk proposal for Brown athletics.”

Travis Bouscaren ’19 recorded six goals, three assists and three steals last week and was named Brown’s Student-Athlete of the Week.


Bouscaren ’19 helps water polo earn critical victories

October 12, 2018 0 comments

The men’s water polo team earned three crucial victories last week, beating Harvard 11-9 and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology 11-10 in a double-header before defeating Princeton 11-10.

The University’s Sports Injury Lab studied upper extremity injuries in high school and college soccer players. Though upper extremity injuries are less common than lower extremities injures, they account for 20 percent of emergency visits from high school and college patients, the study found.

News, Science & Research

University sports injury lab studies soccer, boxing injuries

October 8, 2018 0 comments

When one of her teammates on the women’s soccer team fractured her collarbone, Christine Etzel ’19 knew how to contextualize the injury.

The Bear’s matchup against previously undefeated URI ended in victory.  URI had not conceded a goal in six games or lost a contest all season.


Chow ’20 nets double overtime game-winner

September 27, 2018 0 comments

As of last weekend, the University of Rhode Island men’s soccer team had not given up a goal in six games or lost a contest all season. That is, until Brown midfielder Matthew Chow ’20 came along.

Altopp ’20 has made a significant progress this season, placing 14th in the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships.


Altopp ’20 leads men’s cross country at regionals

November 16, 2017 0 comments

The men’s cross country team closed out its season, finishing seventh out of the 37 squads that competed at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships.