The men’s basketball team looked to reverse a trend of disappointing performances at home and capture pivotal wins to keep its postseason aspirations alive.
Topic: Men’s Basketball
After splitting its road double-header last weekend, the men’s basketball team hosted Harvard Friday and Dartmouth Saturday.
After a nail-biting 75-74 defeat to Yale last week, the men’s basketball team headed into its fourth Ivy League matchup of the season Friday — a rematch.
While most Brown students enjoyed a well-deserved respite this winter break, the men’s basketball team bunkered down in the Pizzitola Center.
Looking overmatched and undersized, the men’s basketball team was run out of the Dunkin’ Donuts Center Tuesday, falling to Providence College 95-57.
Last season, the men’s basketball team upended Central Connecticut State (2-4) with an excellent first-half showing.
Mark Twain once said, “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”
When Nisre Zouzoua sunk a deep step-back three-pointer with 12 seconds left to give Bryant an 90-89 lead, everyone at the Pizzitola Center was stunned.
Bears vs. Rams, Bruno vs. Rhody, Brown vs. URI. No matter how you phrase it, when these two in-state adversaries meet, you know what you are going to get.