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Bears ride hot hand to win on Senior Night

The men's basketball team ended its home schedule Saturday on a high note, earning a decisive 94-78 victory over Columbia on Senior Night. The Bears also endured a hard-fought battle against Cornell Friday night, but their comeback came too late, and the squad fell 69-63.


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Bears drop close game with ranked Crimson

The men's basketball team picked up its first conference victory of the season this weekend, defeating Dartmouth 66-59 Friday night before battling No. 23 Harvard in a hard-fought 68-59 loss Saturday. The matchup with the nationally-ranked Crimson brought in a sellout crowd and a spirited atmosphere ...


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Bears drop first two real tests at NIT

The men's basketball team tipped off its season last week, defeating Johnson and Wales at home before suffering two losses against the University of Albany and Manhattan College on the road at the National Invitation Tournament Season Tip-Off Nov. 14 to 15.


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Unpredictable season ahead for men's basketball

The men's basketball team faces a number of variables as it enters the 2010-2011 season. The squad is one of the youngest in the country, comprising nine underclassmen and four seniors. Forward and co-captain Peter Sullivan '11 is one of four players in Brown history to reach 1,000 points before his ...


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Despite double weekend loss, seniors receive ovation

This weekend was supposed to be all about Brown's two seniors. But it was the opposing teams that ended up celebrating on the Bears' home court both Friday and Saturday night. The Cornell Big Red (27-4, 13-1 Ivy) clinched their third-straight Ivy League title with a 95-76 victory, and the Columbia Lions ...


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Brown alum wins gold

Women's hockey alum Becky Kellar '97 won her third gold medal as part of a dominant Canadian team that blanked Team USA, 2-0, in the finals of the Vancouver Olympics on Feb. 25.


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M. hoops shocks Princeton

Steve Gruber '10 is a backup point guard who averages just four points a game. But in the waning seconds against Princeton on Saturday night, his record was irrelevant. Gruber sunk two clutch free throws with eight seconds remaining, helping the Bears (10-17, 4-6 Ivy) grab an upset victory over the ...


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Ivy League News of the Break

No. 25 Cornell men's basketball nearly slays Goliath in non-conference, is now Goliath in conferenceCornell destroyed Harvard, 86-50, in a battle of the Ivy League unbeatens last Saturday.  The Big Red are 4-0 in the Ivy League, and haven't won a conference game by fewer than 21 points this season. ...


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Strictly business on court for Sullivan bros.

Most people go to college to get away from their younger siblings, but it ended up being a different story for the Sullivan brothers, who share more than just the basketball floor here at Brown. Peter Sullivan '11 and Matt Sullivan '13 are the first brother duo to start together at Brown since Don Tarr ...


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M. hoops finishes 3-5 in rough stretch

After finishing up what Head Coach Jesse Agel called a challenging out-of-conference schedule, men's basketball opened up Ivy League play with a split against Yale in two games over the past two weeks. Overall, the Bears put up a 3-5 record over winter break play.Returning from a 21-day break, the Bears ...


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