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Bruno drops double-header to Siena

The men's baseball team (3-17, 1-3 Ivy) was swept by the Siena Saints in a doubleheader Wednesday afternoon. Two big innings from the Saints' offense sent the Bears to their 10th and 11th losses in 12 games.


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Bears swept on West Coast trip

It was a disappointing week for the baseball team, as the Bears lost all six games of their West Coast road trip before dropping three of their first four conference games of the season against Princeton and Cornell.


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Bruno takes down No. 5 Longhorns

For the first time in school history, the baseball team defeated a top-five team, beating the University of Texas 7-3 Saturday in the third game of a four-game series in Austin. At the time, Texas (11-5) was ranked fifth in the nation.  


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No. 2 Vanderbilt sweeps Bears in season opener

The baseball team (0-3) opened its season this weekend by suffering a three-game sweep at No. 2 Vanderbilt (11-1). The season-opener was low-scoring, and the Commodores defeated the Bears 3-1. In the first game of a Sunday doubleheader, Vanderbilt edged past Brown 6-5, and won 6-3 in an abridged seven-inning ...


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Baseball falls twice to Big Green

Desperately needing a win to keep pace with Dartmouth in the Ivy League standings, the baseball team hosted the Big Green Tuesday and Wednesday. The games were originally scheduled for Sunday but had to be postponed due to rain. Despite jumping out to an early 1-0 lead Tuesday, the Bears lost the game, ...


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Bears rebound to split doubleheader

After two wild back-and-forth battles, Brown and Dartmouth's baseball teams are still deadlocked atop the Rolfe Division of the Ivy League. The Bears (12-25 overall, 9-5 Ivy) and the Big Green (19-13 overall, 9-5 Ivy) split two games at Brown's Murray Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Dartmouth eked out ...


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Pitchers struggle in two losses

With four huge games coming up this weekend against division rival Dartmouth, the baseball team is slumping. After dropping their last two games against Harvard on Monday afternoon, the Bears (11-24) came home and lost both ends of their doubleheader against the Holy Cross Crusaders (19-16).Head Coach ...


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Pitching leads baseball to two 'huge' wins over Harvard

The baseball team is 3-18 against non-conference opponents this season. But when it comes to Ivy League baseball, no squad is playing better. The Bears (11-20, 8-2 Ivy) swept their doubleheader against the Harvard Crimson (11-20, 4-6) Sunday afternoon, and extended their in-conference winning streak ...


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Brown falls to No. 25 UConn

The Bears took their home field in the sun-drenched Murray Stadium yesterday against No. 25 Connecticut Huskies and left the diamond with a 15-3 loss. "They are the 25th in the country for a reason," said Head Coach Marek Drabinski. "They are the best team we've played up north. They are athletic, physical ...


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Zrenda '11 swings for the fences

The baseball team devoured the opposing teams' pitchers this weekend, scoring double digits in each of its four victories against Princeton and Cornell. Infielder Ryan Zrenda '11 led the way, hitting two mammoth home runs and notching seven RBI. Earlier in the week, Zrenda mashed three home runs in ...


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Bats go quiet, baseball loses two pitchers' duels

After an offensive explosion over the weekend, the Bears' bats went quiet on the road against the Marist Red Foxes. The Bears (9-19) lost two one-run decisions to Marist (19-11), failing to get the offense going in the cavernous confines of McCann Baseball Field, which Head Coach Marek Drabinski called ...


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Bears sweep Princeton, Cornell

It was the kind of scenario that baseball players act out in backyards from the time they were little leaguers. Josh Feit '11 stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the ninth with two runners on and two outs. With the score tied, 12-12, Feit fell behind in the count. But he battled back and lined ...


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Baseball falls in doubleheader

Ryan Zrenda '11 had a massive day at the plate Wednesday, hitting three home runs and notching five RBI. But the Brown pitching staff could not take advantage of their teammate's big day at the plate, and the Bears (5-17) dropped both ends of their doubleheader against the Siena Saints (12-15). Brown ...


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Baseball seeks consistency over spring break series

The baseball team traveled to take on the Troy Trojans and New Orleans Privateers before opening Ivy League play with two games each against both Penn and Columbia. The Bears' week got off to a tough start, as the team lacked consistency, but they ended the week on a strong note.Troy 4 games, Brown ...


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Brown falls to URI, beats Holy Cross

After a tough trip to South Carolina last weekend, Brown's baseball team (2-7) returned to the Northeast to try to right the ship against the University of Rhode Island (6-10) and Holy Cross (4-7). The team found mixed results as it fell 15-4 to URI but bounced back with a 13-7 win over Holy Cross.URI ...


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Baseball still positive after three straight losses

A week after pulling an unlikely upset over Pepperdine, the Bears (1-6) traveled to the University of South Carolina (11-4) to take on another perennial power. The Gamecocks, ranked 19th by Baseball America heading into the weekend series, handed the Bears three straight losses. But despite losing all ...


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Bears make tough trip down south

The baseball team took on some of the nation's elite talent when it travelled to Louisiana to face Pepperdine and defending national champion Louisiana State over the weekend. The Bears finished the trip 1-3, but came back to Providence with an upbeat attitude.


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Pitcher has major-league ambitions

Every summer, college students begin internships intended to expose them to a particular career, provide networking opportunities and — they hope — lead to a job after graduation. In reality, a lot of internships are spent making coffee, updating spreadsheets and answering phones. But for ...


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