Topic: Brown athletics

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

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

October 29, 2018 0 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.”

Calla Isaac ’20 (left) and Lizzy Gross ’22 (right) delivered impressive performances on the ice last weekend against Holy Cross.

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Gross, Isaac stand out in opening weekend

October 26, 2018 0 comments

The women’s hockey team opened its season in formidable fashion with a series sweep over the College of the Holy Cross last weekend.

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.

Carleen Jeffers ’19 posted a 20 minute, 53 second six-kilometer run at the Penn State National Open last weekend.

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Jeffers ’19 leads cross country to strong finish

October 19, 2018 0 comments

Carleen Jeffers ’19 led women’s cross country to a seventh place team finish out of 28 squads last weekend at the Penn State National Open.

Gabrielle Moriconi ’21 led women’s volleyball to a comeback victory against Penn. Moriconi recorded double-digit kills for the sixth time this season.

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Moriconi ’21 leads Bears to comeback victory over Penn

October 4, 2018 0 comments

Down two sets to none against Penn last weekend, the women’s volleyball team needed a spark. The Bears found it in outside hitter Gabrielle Moriconi ’21, who led Bruno to a 3-2 victory with 16 kills, six digs and four blocks. A native of Naples, Florida, Moriconi has recorded double-digit […]

The duo of Chuck Isgar ’21 and Drew Powell ’21 found success earlier this month and will compete in the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship.

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Isgar ’20.5, Powell ’21 qualify for amateur championship

September 23, 2018 0 comments

An eerie silence hung over the eighth hole of the Kirkbrae Country Club golf course. There wasn’t much to talk about as Chuck Isgar ’20.5 studied the contours and tilts of the green before lining up a 30-foot putt, but his partner, Drew Powell ’21, did offer up one piece of advice: “Go do it.”

Last Thursday, the Bears hosted the University of Vermont in a matchup that ended in an overtime draw. Bruno will match up against UMass Lowell Tuesday before beginning Ivy League play on the road against Dartmouth Saturday.

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Women’s soccer dominates Rams in 5-0 victory

September 16, 2018 0 comments

The women’s soccer team has not lost to the University of Rhode Island since 2007, and it continued its winning streak Sunday afternoon in a 5-0 shutout victory over the in-state rival. The win was the Bears’ most lopsided victory against URI since 1994 and marked their second win in a week. 

Rebecca Rosen ’22 recorded a total of three goals when the women’s soccer team faced the College of the Holy Cross last weekend.

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Rosen ’22 heads in overtime game-winner

September 13, 2018 0 comments

Rebecca Rosen ’22 is a rookie on the women’s soccer team, but she played like a true veteran against the College of the Holy Cross last weekend.

Despite the two losses, the Bears played with great effort, pushing William and Mary to overtime and battling Richmond to the final whistle. Bruno will return home to face the University of New Hampshire this Friday.

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Field hockey drops two to William and Mary, Richmond

September 9, 2018 0 comments

The field hockey team continued its early season campaign this weekend with a trip to Virginia, where Bruno lost two games including an overtime decision against the College of William and Mary.

Midfielder Rodrigo D’Andrea ’20 evaded the Colonials’ defense in overtime to secure the Bears’ second consecutive victory of their 2018 campaign. Bruno will travel to California to play San Diego State Friday.

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Men’s soccer eclipse Colonials in overtime with golden goal

September 9, 2018 0 comments

Following a season-opening victory against Ocean State rival Bryant University, the men’s soccer team defeated George Washington University 2-1 in overtime Friday.