Topic: Volleyball

Makena Ehlert ’20 spikes a ball over the net in one of the team’s matches. This weekend, the Bears lost to the Crimson 3-1 and the Big Green 3-0, despite winning the first set against Harvard.


Volleyball falls to Harvard, Dartmouth in away matches

October 15, 2017 0 comments

The volleyball team took two losses on the road this weekend, dropping a match 3-1 against Harvard Friday and 3-0 against Dartmouth Saturday. These defeats drop Brown (6-12, 1-6 Ivy) to last place in the Ivy League standings halfway through conference play. Though Bruno came out strong against the Crimson […]

Bruno volleyball fell in three sets to Princeton in the team’s annual Strike ALS match, which raised over $10,000 for ALS research despite a $6,000 fundraising goal set by the team earlier in the week.


Women’s volleyball falls to Princeton, raise over $9,000 for ALS research

October 1, 2017 0 comments

At the annual Strike ALS match Friday, the volleyball team fell three sets to zero against Princeton, the defending Ivy League Champions.

Bears battle Princeton in ‘Spike ALS Match’ to raise awareness


Bears battle Princeton in ‘Spike ALS Match’ to raise awareness

September 28, 2017 0 comments

For Coach Short, the volleyball match against Princeton isn’t just a chance for Brown to move up in the Ivy League rankings, it’s “an evening of hope.”

Volleyball falls to Ivy powerhouse Yale in conference opener


Volleyball falls to Ivy powerhouse Yale in conference opener

September 26, 2016 0 comments

Despite dropping its Ivy opener to Yale in straight sets, the volleyball team looks ready to contend in conference play this season.

Shirin Toolooe ’18 raises her arm to prepare for a serve. The Bears left a University of San Francisco tournament winless and hope to bounce back this weekend, hosting the Brown Invitational.


California trip leaves volleyball with three consecutive losses

September 12, 2016 0 comments

After kicking off the season in New England, the volleyball team made a cross-country trip to the University of San Francisco for a tournament.


Sports Roundup: All-League Awards

November 20, 2015 0 comments

A number of Bears were chosen for a variety of honors in their respective sports’ conferences.

Shannon Frost ’16 prepares to serve the volleyball to her opponents. The outside hitter recorded a double-double in her final collegiate contest.


Fierce competition spoils season-ending homestand for volleyball team

November 16, 2015 0 comments

The competition within Ivy League volleyball proved to be incredibly stiff this season. Going into the final weekend of conference play, four of the Ancient Eight’s teams had viable chances of securing the conference title. Bruno (10-16, 4-10 Ivy) did not, but faced off against two of these teams, falling […]

The volleyball team celebrates on the court Friday evening. The squad had a lot to be happy about, as the Bears beat Yale for the first time since 2005.


Well-balanced attack upsets historically dominant Yale

October 26, 2015 0 comments

Coming off a pair of hard-fought games against Ivy League opponents Princeton and Penn, the women’s volleyball team began the second half of the Ivy season.

Emma Thygesen ’17 led the Bears with 10 kills against Dartmouth this weekend. She also had 29 total attempts.


Women’s volleyball remains optimistic despite losses to Crimson, Big Green

October 12, 2015 0 comments

Unable to stifle the momentum of either of its opponents, the volleyball team could not defeat conference foes Harvard and Dartmouth over the weekend.

Sabrina Stillwell ’19 goes up for a hit. The first-year recorded 32 kills in the team’s victory over Columbia Saturday night. Stillwell currently sits in second place for the most kills in a single game in program history.


Stillwell ’19 posts 32 kills in volleyball comeback

October 5, 2015 0 comments

After a lengthy 12-game stretch on the road, the women’s volleyball team finally made its season debut at the Pizzitola Sports Center this weekend.