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Articles by Hannah Camhi (14)

After losing in a 5-4 upset to George Washington University Saturday, Bruno bounced back the next day, edging Bates College in another 5-4 matchup to secure third place in the College Squash Association’s B Division Tournament. The team finished the season 13-8.


After two wins, women’s squash takes third place in the Kurtz Cup

February 24, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The women’s squash team traveled to Princeton, N.J. to play in the College Squash Association Team Championships Friday.

The men’s squash team, led by a group of seniors including Tod Holberton ’14, went 1-3 over the long weekend, losing a hard-fought match to Middlebury to end a team tournament at Harvard with a 2-1 record.


Women’s squash win, men’s squash split weekend matches

February 19, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The men’s and women’s squash teams played their last home matches of the season against Williams College Feb. 11, with the women picking up a 9-0 win.

Tod Holberton ’14 returns a volley in a squash match. The men’s team won just one match this weekend against its Ivy League rivals.


Both squash teams drop Ivy matches, women upset Stanford

February 4, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Men and women fall to top 10-ranked Penn and Princeton, winning just one of 36 total matches


Women’s squash keeps rolling, men split matches

January 28, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Both squads beat Colby, women edge out Middlebury and improve to 9-2 overall

Women’s squash surging, men’s faltering through winter season


Women’s squash surging, men’s faltering through winter season

January 24, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The women’s team finished the break with four straight wins, while the men’s battled injuries

The path ahead: a look at Bruno’s winter play


The path ahead: a look at Bruno’s winter play

December 6, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Take a look ahead at some of the battles the basketball and ice hockey squads will face before most students return to campus.

Thea Derrough ’14 totaled 19 kills in the final two matches of her collegiate volleyball career. The third place Ivy finish is the team’s best since 2005.


Lord ’15 champions comeback in final weekend

November 18, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The Bears’ comeback win against Penn was followed by a disheartening loss to Princeton.

Tariq Akeel ’16, the team’s leading scorer, wasted no time collecting two more against Yale, helping the squad to its fourth consecutive win.


Athlete of the Week: Akeel ’16 pushes Bruno past Bulldogs with two goals

November 15, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The attacking midfielder secured two goals within the first nine minutes of play in New Haven.

Maryl Vanden Bos ‘15 attributed the difficult match against Harvard to a revitalized Crimson offense and an unwelcome setting for visitors.


Volleyball battle to down Big Green after falling to the Crimson

November 4, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Though the team had previously defeated Harvard, a revamped offense sunk Bruno.

Despite Bruno’s strong play in the first set, the Bulldogs came out with an aggressive offense and 44 kills throughout the game.


Women’s volleyball misses second chance to win against Bulldogs

October 28, 2013 Comments are Disabled

An aggressive Yale bested Brown 3-0 for the second time this season after a 20-match Ivy winning streak.