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Articles by Loki Olin (8)

Gordon Ernst ’89 played for the tennis and hockey team during his time as an undergraduate


Gordon Ernst ’89 to plead guilty in Varsity Blues

September 17, 2021 1 comment

Gordon Ernst ’89, a former Division I tennis coach at Georgetown University, will admit to profiting over $3 million through his involvement in the Varsity Blues college admissions scandal.

In the second half, the Bears’ nine shots surpassed Bryant’s three, despite Bruno's failure to find the back of the net.


Men’s soccer drops home opener 4-2 against Bryant

September 9, 2021 0 comments

The men’s soccer team (1-1) suffered a disappointing loss to Bryant University (1-3) in their season home opener at the newly renovated Stevenson-Pincince Field Wednesday. The Bears, who were playing without midfielder Derek Waleffe ’22 and goalkeeper James Swomley ’22, jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first half before […]

The team will begin non-conference play with matchups against Hofstra University August 27 and College of the Holy Cross August 29.


Women’s soccer season preview: Bruno looks to build off 2019 Ivy League Championship

July 26, 2021 0 comments
This article is part of the series Season previews: looking ahead to fall sports

In 2019, Brown women’s soccer tore through Ivy League competition with six wins, zero losses and one draw before defeating Monmouth University in penalty kicks to reach the second round of the NCAA tournament.

Will Legenzowski ’22 and Simon Hatcher ’23.5 will represent the U.S. national team in Racice, Czech Republic from July 7 to 11 as a result of their victories.


Will Legenzowski ’22 and Simon Hatcher ’23.5 qualify for 2021 U23 World Rowing Championships

June 20, 2021 0 comments

Will Legenzowski ’22 and Simon Hatcher ’23.5 qualified for the 2021 U23 World Rowing Championships after finishing first in the single scull and first in the double scull, respectively, at the U23 World Rowing Championship Trials in Sarasota, Florida June 14 and 15.

The team’s previous playing surface was an irregularly shaped grass field approaching a century of heavy use.


Artificial turf levels playing field for Brown football

June 10, 2021 0 comments

Brown athletics announced Tuesday that the playing surface at Brown stadium will be upgraded to artificial turf prior to the start of the upcoming season.

The women’s eighth place finish in Sarasota, Florida was the team’s 23rd top-ten finish at the NCAA National Championships in 24 years of competition.


Men’s crew takes fifth in national championships, women’s crew takes eighth

June 2, 2021 0 comments

The men’s and women’s crew teams raced on opposite ends of the East Coast in their respective Division 1 National Championships this weekend. The men’s team placed fifth overall at the 2021 International Rowing Association National Championships in West Windsor, New Jersey.

The women’s and coed sailing teams were the only two teams promoted to varsity as a part of the Excellence in Brown Athletics Initiative.


Women’s sailing places fourth at fleet race national championship

May 30, 2021 0 comments

The women’s sailing team finished fourth out of 18 teams in the 2021 Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association Women’s National Championship May 19 and 20. The national championship appearance was the team’s first since being promoted to varsity status in May 2020.

Sage Morgan-Hubbard ’05 had hoped to join an open-mic poetry club at Brown. When she found none existed, she, along with classmates Misty Wilson ’11 and Laura Green ’06, founded one.

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WORD! celebrates 20 years as Brown’s only spoken word poetry group

February 4, 2021 0 comments

Sage Morgan-Hubbard ’05 strode through the Van Wickle Gates as a freshman in 2001, determined to join a campus poetry group at her new school. She had hoped to find such opportunities at Brown — but she quickly realized that no spoken word poetry group existed.