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Matthew Brownsword

Former Vice President and Managing Editor of Media

Matt is a senior from Walpole, Massachusetts studying political science. Matt is the former Vice President and Managing Editor of Media after starting his Herald career as a sports writer and editor. Though his focus lies with his more successful sports teams like the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, Manchester City and North Carolina basketball, Brown athletics will always be on Matt's twitter timeline through tick and thin. And he'll wear a Patriots James Develin jersey on Saturday and Sunday to prove it.

Articles by Matthew Brownsword (108)

The men’s basketball team poses for a picture in front of the Duomo di Milano. Both basketball teams handily defeated the Italian competition.

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Pizza, gelato and basketball: Basketball teams take Italy

October 2, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Italy for 10 days at the end of August for four games of competitive basketball and incredible sights.

Solid defensive efforts fail field hockey in weekend contests

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Solid defensive efforts fail field hockey in weekend contests

September 28, 2015 Comments are Disabled

A pair of stout performances produced two disappointing results for the women’s field hockey team.

Katarina Angus ’17.5 has dominated since arriving at Brown, scoring multiple game-winning goals throughout her career.

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Angus ’17.5 eyes Olympic dream

September 25, 2015 Comments are Disabled

While most students were trudging to class through the snow, Katarina Angus ’17.5 was suiting up for the most important game of her field hockey career.

Lucy Green ’17 uses her quickness to evade a St. Joseph’s defender. Despite posting an assist in both games last week, Green did not score Saturday.

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Field hockey emerges victorious in overtime thriller

September 21, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Fresh off one of its worst losses in recent memory, the women’s field hockey team headed back home for a Saturday matchup with St. Joseph’s.

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Quick start by Friars downs lethargic field hockey

September 18, 2015 Comments are Disabled

After the women’s field hockey team went 2-1 in three previous one-goal games, a midweek trip to Providence College yielded an entirely different result.

Two late goals from Rogers ’16 key OT win over Bryant for field hockey

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Two late goals from Rogers ’16 key OT win over Bryant for field hockey

September 13, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Two distinct performances provided split results for the women’s field hockey team over the weekend.

Members of the field hockey team embrace after Katarina Angus ’17 successfully slaps in a penalty shot with no time remaining on the game clock. The goal lifted the Bears over the Appalachian State  Mountaineers.

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Angus ’17 scores last-minute goal to secure first win for field hockey

September 11, 2015 Comments are Disabled

After a disappointing, season-opening 4-1 loss to American, the women’s field hockey team bounced back with a thrilling 2-1 win over Appalachian State.

Baseball barely outscored by division-leader Dartmouth

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Baseball barely outscored by division-leader Dartmouth

April 20, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Going head-to-head in a four-game stretch with Red Rolfe Division leader Dartmouth was sure to be a tough matchup for the baseball team.

Yeram Park ’18 goes to bat for Bruno against a tough Crimson bullpen. Harvard started with the Ivy League Co-Pitcher of the Week, Laura Ricciardone. The Bears scored 14 runs in the four-game stretch against the Crimson.

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Women’s softball picks up one win in four-game series against Harvard

April 12, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Unfortunately for the Bears, two narrow losses and a blowout to Harvard all but ended their title aspirations.

Will Marcal ’15 recorded one of the three home runs in the second inning of the first game. The baseball team split the four game series against the Crimson. The victory marked the first win for Bruno in two weeks.

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Five-game losing streak ends as baseball splits weekend

April 12, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The baseball team came into its four-game series with Harvard this weekend on the heels of a terrible showing against Penn and Columbia.

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