The women's basketball team got blown out of the Pizzitola Center yesterday, falling to Boston University, 87-58, to drop to 2-5 on the season.
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The women's basketball team had a mixed week, beating in-state rival Bryant, 79-72, in overtime on Nov. 24 before dropping two games over the weekend at the Long Island University Turkey Classic to move ...
Football's A.J. Cruz '13 celebrated a win over Ivy foe Cornell with his teammates last weekend — and now the Ivy League is celebrating him.
The men's and women's crew teams posted strong results against elite international competition over the weekend. The varsity eights closed out the competition on Sunday in the Championship Eights division, ...
As teams embark on their final challenges, the Bears continue to represent both at home and on the road.Men's golf
A bevy of Bears received recognition on the awards scene this week.
As the end of the winter season and the beginning of the spring overlap, five Bruno teams will host a total of eight home games this weekend, including two home openers and two home finales.
The men's tennis team has hired a new assistant coach, Nestor Bernabe. Bernabe was a Division II All-American in 2003 at Sonoma State. While at Sonoma State, Bernabe was a four-time team MVP and had a ...
The women's tennis team was one of six Ivy League teams, and one of 102 teams across the country, to earn the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's All-Academic Team award. Six different members of the ...
The women's tennis team lost on Friday night to Boston College, 4-3, but returned strong Saturday morning for their match against St. John's University, whom they beat, 6-1.
With the fall sports season getting underway, The Herald presents a list of top players to watch in the coming months:
Ben Miller, Sports EditorEagles, 20-17