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Brunonians making summer sports news

Since the end of spring publication, current and former Brown athletes were busy making headlines.

Baseball had an Ivy League-high five players named to the First Team All-Ivy baseball squad.

Equestrian placed Liz Giliberti '10 and Rebecca McGoldrick '12 in the top 10 at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Nationals. This was the second year that Giliberti has placed in the top 10.

David Howard '09.5, a former standout football player, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor assault charges stemming from a 2009 incident. He currently plays for the Tennessee Titans.

Hannah Malvin '10 and the U.S. team earned gold at the U-23 Rowing World Championships. Malvin was a member of the Bears team that captured fifth place at the 2010 NCAA Championship.

Men's basketball players garnered the most spots on the National Association of Basketball Coaches Honor Court. Six Bruno players were honored for their academic accomplishments.

Thomas Muldoon '10 was named to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-American team. Muldoon climbed the ranks to become the ninth-highest scorer in Brown lacrosse history.

Alena Polenska '13 was named captain of the Czech Olympic Development Team for women's ice hockey. Polenska was the second-leading scorer for Bruno in the 2009-10 season with five goals.

Kyle Rowley '01 led the Spokane Shock past the Tampa Bay Storm to win the Arena Football League's ArenaBowl XXIII title. Rowley passed for 237 yards and nine touchdowns in the title game.

Catherine Starr '05 was named assistant women's crew coach. Starr was the team captain during her junior and senior seasons and led the Bears to an NCAA Division I National Team Championship in 2004.

Paris Waterman '11 was named to the 2010-11 U.S. National Lacrosse Team. She is the first Bear since 1998 to be a member of the team.




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