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Brown men's basketball splits weekend trip to Penn, Princeton

The men’s basketball team rallied from 11 points down in the first half against Penn Friday to dominate the second half and emerge with a 75-63 road victory. But the Bears failed to make another comeback against Princeton Saturday, falling behind by 13 at halftime and eventually losing 73-54. With ...

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Brown men's basketball extends Ivy win streak to four games

Screaming fans, intense physicality and a championship run at stake characterized the men’s basketball team’s  nail-biting victories over Dartmouth and Harvard this weekend at the Pizzitola Sports Center. Brown entered the weekend on a two-game win streak in the Ivy League and added to its run ...


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Brown finishes season with losses to Princeton, Penn

This weekend, the men’s basketball team dropped home contests to Princeton 78-63 and Penn 99-93 to close out its season. The Bears lost their sixth straight game and finished the year ranked seventh in the Ivy League with a 4-10 conference record. “Our guys realize that there is a bigger picture,” ...


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Bears drop crucial road games to Lions, Big Red

The men’s basketball team’s playoff chances took a major hit this weekend with losses to Columbia and Cornell on the road. Entering Friday’s contest against Columbia, the Bears, Lions, and Big Red were tied for the final playoff spot, but the losses put Bruno (11-14, 4-8 Ivy) in a tough position ...


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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 ...


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Bears ride unlikely heroes to victory over Lions

After splitting its games last weekend, the men’s basketball team fell to Cornell Friday before riding the rebounding of Tamenang Choh ’21 and clutch shooting of Obi Okolie ’19 to an overtime victory against Columbia Saturday. Okolie hit a three-pointer in the waning seconds of the game to secure ...

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Cambridge ’21 drains game-winning three

The men’s basketball team played two games that went down to the wire in overtime this weekend. Bruno fell to Penn Friday and was carried by the heroics of Desmond Cambridge ’21 to a victory against Princeton Saturday. With the results, the Bears (10-9, 3-3 Ivy) remain in fourth place in the Ivy ...


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Hunsaker ’20 sinks buzzer beater

After jumping to an early lead, the men’s basketball team held on to hand Dartmouth its third Ivy League loss of the season Friday night. Though the Bears (9-8, 2-2 Ivy) maintained the advantage for all 40 minutes, a play made by Zach Hunsaker ’20 at the buzzer stole the show. With seven seconds ...


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Brown stuns Dartmouth at the buzzer

After splitting a series against Yale last weekend, the men’s basketball team bested Dartmouth on a buzzer-beating bucket from Zach Hunsaker ’20 Friday night before falling to Harvard Saturday. The Bears, who are now 2-2 in the Ivy League, are tied for 4th place, positioning them to make a run ...


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Bears edge Yale for first Ivy win

Following a series of non-conference matchups over the winter break, the men’s basketball team claimed its first victory over Yale since 2014 with an 81-80 home win  Friday night. Clutch free-throw shooting in the final minutes propelled Bruno to its first Ivy League victory of the season. “We’re ...


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Brown fades late in loss to Central Connecticut State

The men’s basketball team had not played in three days after a brutal stretch of three games in four days last week, but its much-needed rest looked more like rust in a 68-62 loss against Central Connecticut State University at home Saturday. The Bears led by 12 at one point in the second half, but ...






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