Articles by Emile Bautista (61)

Larken Kemp ’17 and Brown’s defense have been crucial to the Bears’ success so far, though Dylan Molloy ’17 and Bruno’s offense have gotten all of the attention. The sophomore was named the Ivy Co-Player of the Week and the USILA National Defensive Player of the Week.


Athlete of the week: Larken Kemp ’17 anchors men’s lacrosse’s stubborn defense

March 20, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The men’s lacrosse team started the season red-hot, rattling off a five-game winning streak which was capped off by a stellar 14-9 victory over Harvard.


Athlete of the week: Ernst ’17 earns honor of ECAC Goalie of the Month

March 6, 2015 Comments are Disabled

It was a tumultuous three months for the men’s hockey team, which started the season 4-16-1 and seemed to be destined to live in the ECAC cellar. But in February, the team found its form, ripping off four straight wins and a six-game unbeaten streak. At the center of this […]

Head Coach Sarah Behn talks strategy with her players. Facing top teams on the road this weekend, even the Bears’ best drawn out plays could not pull Bruno ahead of either the Quakers or the Tigers.


Bikofsky ’15 hits 1,000 point mark amidst weekend losses

March 2, 2015 Comments are Disabled

In a tough weekend on the road against the top two teams in the Ivy League, the women’s basketball team lost both games.

Megan Reilly ’18 and Janie White ’18 coordinate in the back court. Brown’s defense was a decisive factor in capturing a victory over Cornell.


Fresh lineup does the trick in take-down of Cornell

February 22, 2015 Comments are Disabled

A trip to New York for the women’s basketball team yielded split results, as the Bears fell to Columbia but were able to best a formidable team in Cornell.

Maddie Woo ’17 skates on offense. The Bears floundered offensively against the nationally ranked Crimson in Saturday’s decisive loss.


Women’s Ice Hockey descends to conference cellar with pair of losses

February 9, 2015 Comments are Disabled

It was another winless weekend for the women’s hockey team — their eighth this season — as they fell to Dartmouth and Harvard.

Katie Swanstrom ’18 warms up. The freshman had a minus two rating during the Bears’ weekend trip, during which they were outscored 10-0.


Pair of blowouts extends road losing streak

February 2, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The women’s ice hockey team was not able to overcome either of its nationally ranked opponents, suffering back-to-back losses away from home.

Monica Elvin ’17 guards the net as the Bears skated to their first win since Nov. 28. Brown defeated Yale on home ice in overtime.


Women’s hockey topples Yale at Meehan, falls on road in home-and-home series

January 26, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The women’s ice hockey team split a weekend doubleheader against Ivy League rival Yale (9-11-1, 6-8-0 ECAC), claiming its first victory in 10 games.

Bruno suffered some setbacks against tough conference opposition, falling big against nationally ranked teams. Surprisingly, the Bears’ once potent power play went a measly 1-for-22 over the six game skid.


Women’s ice hockey falls victim to rigorous conference schedule

January 23, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The women’s ice hockey team fought through a tough winter break schedule but was not able to grab any victories, losing all six of its games.


Bears take top prize at inaugural home Taekwondo tournament

December 5, 2014 Comments are Disabled

After years of being a Category 3 student group on campus, the Taekwondo team took on the club sport title this semester.

Nick Deaver ’15 fires a pass. The Bears played two of their best games of the season this weekend, flattening Fordham and besting Ivy rival Harvard.


Men’s water polo claims tourney title, stretches win streak to nine

November 10, 2014 Comments are Disabled

After a third place finish in last year’s Collegiate Water Polo Association Northern Division Championships, the men’s water polo team strove to do better.