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Men’s hockey eclipses Yale 5-1 in home opener

The men’s hockey team opened its season with a home-and-home series against Yale this weekend, earning a 5-1 victory at home Saturday after falling to the Bulldogs 3-2 in a close contest on the road Friday. Saturday night, Justin Jallen ’22 scored the first hat trick of his career to power Bruno ...


Football comeback falls short against Penn Saturday

After the football team fell to Cornell on a go-ahead field goal during the game’s waning seconds last weekend, Brown hoped to rebound Saturday against a Penn squad that was still searching for its first Ivy League victory of the season. Instead, it was deja vu for the Bears, as the Quakers knocked ...


Men’s soccer battles to 1-1 draw against Penn

In an even match from the opening whistle to the end of double overtime, the Brown Bears battled Penn to a 1-1 draw Saturday. Forward Matthew Chow ’20 gave the Bears a lead early in the second half, but Brown couldn’t find the game-winner after the Quakers evened the score off a penalty kick toward ...


Men’s soccer bests Howard, falls to George Washington

The men’s soccer team headed south to the nation’s capital this weekend searching for its first win of the season and found it against Howard University with a 1-0 victory Thursday. Bruno stumbled Saturday, as a first-half flurry by George Washington University gave the Colonials an early 2-0 lead ...


Women’s water polo downs No. 22 Marist

The women’s water polo team defeated No. 22 Marist College at home Saturday in their final game of the season. In heated third and fourth periods, Bruno broke a tie to defeat the Red Foxes on Senior Day after falling to them 7-4 in February on the road. Goalkeeper Lauren Burns ’20 posted her ninth ...


Men’s lacrosse comes up short against Cornell Big Red

Coming off a win over Ocean State rival Providence College, the men’s lacrosse team looked to carry its momentum into a crucial Ivy League matchup against No. 10 Cornell Saturday. The game was a win-and-in situation for both teams, as both Brown (5-8, 2-3 Ivy) and Cornell (9-4, 3-2) needed a victory ...


Men’s lacrosse falls to Stony Brook in close finish

After opening its season with a 20-7 win at home against Quinnipiac University, the men’s lacrosse team (1-1) was back in action at Stevenson-Pincince Field Saturday against Stony Brook University (1-1).  Entering this weekend’s matchup, Bruno hoped to continue the same offensive successes against ...


Wrestling sweeps EIWA rivals on Senior Day

The men’s wrestling team took out Columbia and Hofstra University Saturday in two critical victories on their Senior Day. The dual against Columbia came down to the wire, with the Bears needing a win from Tucker Ziegler ’19 (197 lbs) in the final bout. Ziegler pulled through to win his match 7-3, ...


Bruno loses momentum, falls to Boston University

When forward Sena Hanson ’20 scored eight minutes into the third period to tie the women’s hockey team’s match-up against Boston University, it seemed that Bruno, coming off a four-game stretch without a win, finally had all the momentum. But instead BU fought back, and a trio of third-period ...


Goalie Hammaker ’19 posts impressive weekend in net

The field hockey team traveled to Philadelphia last weekend, falling to Penn 1-0 and defeating Villanova University 3-1. Katie Hammaker ’19 starred in net for the Bears and recorded 14 saves in the loss and 13 in the victory. The win marked the fourth double-digit save game of the season for the senior ...


Men’s soccer draws in defensive battle against Hofstra

Coming off a heartbreaking loss Saturday to the Cornell Big Red, the men’s soccer team hoped to rebound against a tough Hofstra University squad Tuesday night at Stevenson-Pincince field. Though a spirited defensive performance led by five saves from goalkeeper Max Gross ’21 helped the Bears keep ...


Baseball halt seven game losing streak with win against Harvard

The baseball team had lost seven consecutive games and 16 of its last 17 contests before Sunday afternoon and was in desperate need of a victory against Ivy rival Harvard. After dropping the first two games of a three-game series against the Crimson (6-6 Ivy, 16-17) Saturday, the Bears (4-11, 8-22) ...

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