Topic: sports

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

Sports

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.

Sports

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.

Sports

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.

Schapiro ’19: We should all be soccer fans

Sports

Schapiro ’19: We should all be soccer fans

September 6, 2018 0 comments

I have one friend who is an enormous soccer fan, and for the longest time I didn’t understand what his passion was all about.

Sports

Klein ’20: Why the Red Sox won’t win the World Series

September 6, 2018 0 comments

Boston has certainly enjoyed a special summer of baseball, the title of this column notwithstanding.

Baseball halt seven game losing streak with win against Harvard

Sports

Baseball halt seven game losing streak with win against Harvard

April 22, 2018 0 comments

The baseball team had lost seven consecutive games and 16 of its last 17 contests before Sunday afternoon and was in desperate need of a victory against Ivy rival Harvard.

Columns, Sports

Schapiro ’19: New England, enjoy it while it lasts

April 22, 2018 0 comments

As I sit down to write, the Boston Red Sox have just been no-hit by Sean Manaea of the Oakland Athletics. But the setback is minimal.

Carly Paul ’18.5 broke the University’s 18-year-old standing record for her performance in the long jump at the Auburn Tiger Track Classic.

Sports

Carly Paul ’18.5 sets long jump school record

April 20, 2018 0 comments

Last weekend, track and field athlete Carly Paul ’18.5 traveled to Alabama to compete in the Auburn Tiger Track Classic.

Sports

Klein ’20: Which MLB frontrunners are legit?

April 20, 2018 0 comments

The Major League Baseball season is underway, and now, after a couple of weeks, some teams look surprisingly unstoppable.

Columns, Opinions

Simshauser ’20: Making sport of politics

April 17, 2018 0 comments

Turn on any cable news channel, and you are likely to be inundated with punditry.