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Bears finish second on Senior Day

Coming off an unexpected fourth-place finish at the Ivy Classics last weekend, the gymnastics team bounced back with a second-place finish in its final home meet of the season Sunday. The Bears tallied a 193.150 team score to beat Southern Connecticut State University and the College at Brockport but ...


Bears fall to No. 15 Rutgers in home opener

Following a close overtime loss to Quinnipiac University and a decisive victory over Stony Brook University, the men’s lacrosse team hoped for a strong showing in its home opener against No. 15 Rutgers University (4-1) Saturday. Despite claiming an early lead, the Bears (1-2) fell to the Scarlet Knights ...


Katz ’19 wins long jump at Ivy League Heptagonal Champs

Jason Katz ’19 only needed one attempt to win the long jump at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Track and Field Championships. Going into the event, Katz was the top seed, and on his first effort, he set the mark that his competitors would chase for the rest of the competition. But he wasn’t satisfied ...


Leonidas ’21 named Ivy Rookie of the Week

Dominique Leonidas ’21 has been red-hot for the women’s basketball team lately. After scoring a career-high 21 points against Harvard Friday, Leonidas posted 15 points the following night against Dartmouth on an efficient 7-12 shooting. In her last three games, Leonidas has shot an impressive 63 ...

Men's Basketball

Brown drops critical road games to Harvard, Dartmouth

The men’s basketball team’s hopes to make Ivy League playoffs were dashed  this weekend, as close losses to Harvard and Dartmouth gave Brown a losing record with just four conference contests remaining in the season. The Bears are still positioned at fourth place in the Ivy League, but are locked ...


Women’s tennis defeats UMass-Amherst 5-2 at home

Tensions mounted Friday as the women’s tennis team persevered through multiple tie-breaks and close doubles matches to defeat the University of Massachusetts at Amherst 5-2. The competition brought a familiar face — the current UMass (2-2) head coach Juancarlos “JC” Nunez, a former Brown assistant ...


Seckendorf ’20 powers Bruno to victory over Dickinson

The women’s squash team earned its second straight win last Thursday with a 9-0 victory over Dickinson College. The team, ranked 11th in the nation, was led by Hannah Seckendorf ’20. Playing in the number one slot, Seckendorf fought back from a two-game deficit in a best-of-five sets match to claim ...


Palm ’19 powers volleyball team to first conference victory

Led by middle blocker Courtney Palm ’19, the volleyball team snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-1 victory over Columbia at home Saturday. After claiming the first set 25-19, the Bears (6-10, 1-4 Ivy) dropped the second to the Lions in a narow 25-22 finish. But Palm recorded nine kills in the ...


Daies ’21 leads comeback over URI

Before the football team’s victory over the University of Rhode Island Saturday, rookie running back Darius Daies ’21 hadn’t recorded a single collegiate touch. But after somersaulting into the end zone for Bruno’s first touchdown of the Governor’s Cup, Daies became the team’s secret weapon. ...


Duncan ’20 leads football to victory in home opener Saturday

Nicholas Duncan ’20 made the most of his first collegiate start, rushing for two touchdowns and throwing for a third to secure the victory over Bryant in the football team’s season opener last Saturday. The dual-threat quarterback completed 14 of 27 passes and carried the ball 10 times. Duncan lead ...

The Setonian

Letter: ‘Go Bruno’ editorial was timely, but fell short

To the Editor: It was my hope that The Brown Daily Herald editorial board would have sent a stronger and more direct message to the Brown administration regarding the dire competitive position Bruno has consistently maintained over the past 15 years in Ivy League athletics and insisted on some straight ...

Men's Basketball

Men's basketball beats Morgan State in shootout

The men’s basketball team (2-4) ended a three-game skid with a hard-fought 81-75 victory against Morgan State (2-4) at the Pizzitola Sports Center Wednesday. It was Bruno that came out on top in the battle of the bears, despite trailing by as much as 12 points in the second half. Co-captain Tavon ...


Women's ice hockey fails to recover from early deficit

It was a tale of two 10-minute stretches for the women’s hockey team (3-9, 1-7 ECAC) Saturday as it fell behind early and staged a late effort to even the scoreboard before eventually losing the Mayor’s Cup to crosstown rival Providence (8-8-1, 4-4-1), 7-3. Calla Isaac ’20 got the first start ...


AOTW: Chow ’19 lifts Bears over Rhode Island in overtime

Sitting at .500 with its first Ivy League matchup just seven days away, the men’s soccer team hoped to take the win over local rival University of Rhode Island Saturday to build momentum heading into a very important week. Bruno (5-3) did just that, edging URI (3-6-1) 2-1. The victory was powered ...


Unsuccessful teams reflect institutional athletic changes

This story is the second in a three-part series about Brown athletics. The ’90s were arguably the most successful era for Brown athletics, as its teams won 47 Ivy League titles in the decade. Since 2010, Brown teams have won five, placing them last in the conference by a large margin. Harvard won ...


Low attendance perennial plague for athletics

This story is the first in a three-part series about Brown athletics. In The Herald’s own “Completely Unofficial Guide to Brown,” first-years are given an A-Z listing of Brown-related terms to know. The only term related to Brown athletics is “stadium,” with the description: “It’s over ...

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