Articles by Stu Woo (167)

Tempers flare as m. hoops beats Yale

January 28, 2008 Comments are Disabled

After racing off to a 16-point first-half lead against Yale Saturday afternoon, the men’s basketball team got sluggish. The Bears made turnovers, the Bulldogs made three-pointers and Yale suddenly had a lead midway through the second half.

For his candidate-in-law, hoops Coach Robinson records an assist

January 25, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Though Robinson has taken the Bears from the Ivy League cellar and turned them into championship contenders in the past two years, a German public radio station and a bevy of other media outlets have been clogging Robinson’s voice mail and e-mail inbox for an another reason: They want an inside look at his brother-in-law, Barack Obama.

After setting RPI high, m. hoops loses

January 23, 2008 Comments are Disabled

For the past five weeks, while most Brown students were at home for winter break, the men’s basketball team was on a bit of a hot streak. The Bears went 3-2 in non-league games over the break, winning six of their last nine games in all.

M. hoops slows down quicker Quinnipiac in OT

December 5, 2007 Comments are Disabled

Twice at home this season, the men’s basketball team has been bullied by opposing teams. The University of Rhode Island and Wagner College, both more athletic squads, out-muscled Brown for rebounds and darted in passing lanes for steals as the Bears lost to both.

M. hoops comes back to beat UC Davis

December 3, 2007 Comments are Disabled

As the men’s basketball team’s double-digit lead dwindled to three late in the second half Saturday night, Head Coach Craig Robinson got nervous. Fears of a repeat of the Bears’ one-point loss to Wagner College on Wednesday flashed through his head.

After Northwestern win, Sullivan ’11 talks hoops and Rodman

November 30, 2007 Comments are Disabled

Peter Sullivan ’11 had a fairly typical Thanksgiving break. The Wilmette, Ill., native went home, ate turkey, saw friends and family and played some basketball. The only difference between his break and yours was that he played basketball for a Division I team.

Wagner walks off with win as m. hoops can’t capitalize

November 29, 2007 Comments are Disabled

It’s been the same story for most of Mark McAndrew’s ’08 career at Brown: The men’s basketball team pulls off a big win, as it did this weekend against Northwestern University, but then fails to carry the momentum over to the next game. The Bears missed free throws and open 3-pointers against Wagner College at the Pizzitola Sports Center last night, and then squandered a chance to win in the game’s final seconds, losing 64-63 in a tense, back-and-forth contest.

M. lax jogs to help innocent prisoners

November 28, 2007 Comments are Disabled

Just before 4 a.m. this morning, men’s lacrosse player Reade Seligmann ’09 planned to lace up his running shoes, throw on a bright-yellow traffic jacket and run laps around the Main Green.

M. hockey loses, ties over weekend

November 19, 2007 Comments are Disabled

By the players’ account, the men’s hockey team did not deserve a single point for its two-game road trip to New York this weekend.

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.