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Third alum in three years makes it to Super Bowl

For the third straight season, a former Brown football player suited up for the Super Bowl. Colin Cloherty '09 made the Super Bowl roster as the fourth-string tight end for the Colts.
Last season, Sean Morey '99 played in the big game for the Cardinals as a wide-receiver and special teams player. And Zak DeOssie '07 won a Super Bowl ring as a long-snapper with the Giants the year before. Both DeOssie and Morey also played for the 2009 NFC Pro Bowl team.

Men's lacrosse ranked No. 16 in preseason national poll

The men's lacrosse team is one of five Ivy League teams ranked in the top 20 by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. No. 6 Cornell took the highest spot of the Ivies.

In addition to the four Ivies, Brown will face three other ranked teams this season: No. 2 Duke, No. 10 Hofstra and No. 17 UMass. Syracuse earned the top spot.

Top two Ivy League basketball teams tip off this weekend

Princeton (13-5, 4-0 Ivy) will host No. 22 Cornell (20-3, 6-0 Ivy) on Saturday night in a matchup of the only Ivy League teams yet to lose a conference game.

The Big Red defeated Brown, (7-16, 1-5 Ivy) 74-60, last in weekend in Cornell's closest league game yet. Still, the No. 22 team in the nation has won its six Ivy League games by an average of 25 points.

Yale men's hockey takes down Harvard, shares lead in ECAC standings

Harvard (6-14-3, 6-7-3 ECAC Hockey) defeated Brown (7-13-3, 5-8-3 ECAC) in Meehan Auditorium on Friday, but the Crimson fell, 6-3, to their archrival, No. 7 Yale, the next night.

Also on Saturday, Princeton upset No. 6 Cornell, 5-3, opening the way for a three-team tie for first in the ECAC standings between Cornell, Yale, and No. 16 Union.

Men's hockey's Fratkin '11 gets banged up

Jesse Fratkin '11 spilled a puddle of blood on the ice Friday night after taking a hit from behind by Harvard's Danny Biega in the second period. Biega was given a five-minute major penalty and kicked out of the game for the hit. It took 46 stitches to close the cut on Fratkin's face, which was still bleeding 24 hours later, but Fratkin said he will be able to play this weekend.


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