Articles by Peter Cipparone (63)

Women’s soccer ties No. 1 UCLA, tops No. 11 Penn State

September 16, 2008 Comments are Disabled

As the women’s soccer team walked off the field after its game against UCLA on Sunday, its players shared high-fives, hugs and a sense of accomplishment after a banner weekend.

Faunce filled with martial arts masters

February 27, 2008 Comments are Disabled

For a school known for academic success rather than athletics, Brown has an impressive number of national title contenders, including the defending national champion women’s crew team, a top-ranked women’s rugby squad and the men’s soccer team this fall.

M. tennis trounces BC, Lehigh

January 29, 2008 Comments are Disabled

After not playing serious matches since October, the men’s tennis team expected to be at least a little rusty going into matches against Boston College and Lehigh University on Saturday. Instead, Brown steamrolled its opposition en route to a pair of 7-0 victories.

Track and field kicks off season with success

December 3, 2007 Comments are Disabled

The men’s and women’s track and field teams don’t have many chances to perform at home. Over the past five years, the indoor season-opening Alden Invitational has presented the team’s only chance to shine in the Olney-Margolies Athletic Center.

W. hoops loses to URI and American over break

November 27, 2007 Comments are Disabled

With a youthful roster, the women’s basketball team would benefit from some close-game experience. After their first four games were all decided by at least 31 points, the Bears (0-6) finally had to perform in crunch time over Thanksgiving break. But in two tight matchups at the University of Rhode Island Invitational over the weekend, the team came up short.

As mercury drops, winter sports move into the limelight

November 16, 2007 Comments are Disabled

When the men’s soccer team clinched the Ivy League Championship last Saturday, it ensured the Bears would have at least one team playing into late November in the NCAA playoffs. But with most fall sports teams closing their seasons, winter sports will soon grab the spotlight.

Football players press to fight cancer

November 14, 2007 Comments are Disabled

A large group of football players clad in pink shirts on the Main Green is not an everyday sight on campus. But that was the case Tuesday, when the football team organized and participated in Bench Press for Cancer, a fundraiser held in front of Faunce House.

Bumpy opening for w. hoops

November 13, 2007 Comments are Disabled

With a 15-player roster that incudes only one senior and two juniors, the women’s basketball team knew it would have to battle inexperience to open the season. In its first two games, this weakness was apparent as Brown (0-2) lost to Providence College 79-45 in its home opener Friday night, then fell to Quinnipiac University 85-41 on Sunday.

M. and w. fencing win big at The Big One

November 8, 2007 Comments are Disabled

The fencing team posted dominating results in its season debut at The Big One over the weekend – the Bears earned 11 medals at the individual tournament, including at least one medal in the men’s and women’s saber, epee and foil draws.

Corey Schwartz ’11 named Player of the Week

November 2, 2007 Comments are Disabled

After scoring a goal in sudden-death overtime to give the men’s water polo team an 8-7 win over Harvard last Thursday, Corey Schwartz ’11 has won the College Water Polo Association Player of the Week Award. Off a pass from Hank Weintraub ’09, Schwartz’s score ended the game, which had already lasted two overtime sessions.