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Sports Roundup, Sept. 9

This past week saw a series of impressive performances from Brown’s athletes on the field and court. The field hockey and women’s soccer teams’ shutout victories over Bryant University and the University of Connecticut, respectively, showcased a successful slate of contests for the Bears. The ...

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Sports Roundup, Oct. 22

Women’s Hockey The women’s hockey team opened its season with a series sweep over College of the Holy Cross, earning a 3-1 win Friday and 4-0 shutout victory Saturday. The weekend was highlighted by clutch performances from goaltender Calla Isaac ’20, who recorded 32 saves for her first-career ...


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Sports Roundup: Nov. 21, 2016

Men’s Water Polo The No. 10 men’s water polo team looked to cap its successful season with a conference title at the NWPC Championships over the weekend, entering as the top-seeded team. Unfortunately Bruno (22-8, 8-2 NWPC) could not grab the conference crown, defeating St. Francis Saturday in the ...


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Sports Roundup: September 12, 2016

Field Hockey After an 0-2 tournament to open the season last week in Louisville, the field hockey team returned to Providence for its home opener Saturday, defeating Rider (2-2) 2-1. The Bears trailed 1-0 after an early Rider goal before Gina Openshaw ’20 tied the game with her first collegiate goal ...


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Sports Roundup: April 11, 2016

Women’s Water Polo The women’s water polo team played two games Saturday at George Washington, first defeating the host Colonials 17-12 before falling to Bucknell 13-9. Marisa Kolokotronis ’17 led the pack with a weekend total of seven goals, eight assists and six steals. Two first-years contributed ...


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Sports Roundup: April 4, 2016

Women’s Crew The women’s crew team proved why it is the top-ranked program in the nation, kicking off its spring season in a commanding fashion. Over the two weekends of spring break, the Bears faced off against stiff competition in then-No. 1 Ohio State, No. 11 Princeton, No. 17 Radcliffe and Dartmouth, ...

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Sports Roundup: March 21, 2016

Wrestling After winning a match in round one of the wrestle-back bracket at the NCAA Championships Thursday, Justin Staudenmayer’s ’17 season ended with a 4-3 decision Friday. The junior had had an excellent campaign leading up to the championships but lost his first match against Michigan’s Brian ...


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Sports Roundup: March 14, 2016

Equestrian The equestrian team tallied 36 points to tie for first place with Johnson and Wales at the University of Rhode Island IHSA Show. The win places the Bears just three points behind first-place URI in the IHSA Zone One Region One standings going into the final weekend of spring regular-season ...


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Sports Roundup: Feb. 29, 2016

Men’s Swimming and Diving Five record-breaking performances were not enough to sustain Bruno this weekend at the Ivy League Championship. Hosting the three-day event at the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center, the men’s swimming and diving team finished seventh out of the Ancient Eight teams ...


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Sports Roundup: Feb. 8, 2016

Women’s Water Polo Athletes from across the country filled Thayer Street Saturday evening, as the women’s water polo team hosted the Bruno Classic over the weekend. The Bears (1-6) faced off against stiff competition in their first home games of the season — four of their five opponents were top-20, ...


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Sports Roundup: Feb. 1, 2016

Swimming and Diving After over a month away from competition, the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams returned to action over winter break with a double-dual meet against Harvard and Penn in Cambridge Jan. 16. While Bruno struggled in that meet ­— both teams fell to the Quakers and Crimson ...


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Sports Roundup: Winter Sports Preview

Brown’s athletes will not spend the long winter break relaxing at home or taking vacations. Instead, the six-week hiatus from classes will be filled with games, meets and long road trips for a number of teams. Winter sports will hit the busiest stretch of their seasons in December and January, while ...


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Sports Roundup: All-League Awards

As leaves litter the streets and campus prepares for the inevitable first signs of snow, fall sports are coming to a close. And with the last games of the season come end-of-year awards. A number of Bears were chosen for a variety of honors in their respective sports’ conferences. Men’s Soccer Five ...


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Sports Roundup: Nov. 9, 2015

Men’s water polo Wins over MIT and No. 12 Harvard lifted top-seeded No. 12 Bruno to the CWPA Northern Division title in this weekend’s tournament at the Katherine Coleman Aquatics Center. The Bears (23-6, 12-0 CWPA) rolled past the fifth-seeded Engineers (12-13, 5-7) in the first round 15-7, buoyed ...


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Sports Roundup: Nov. 2, 2015

Volleyball The 2015 season has provided a testament to the dominance of the volleyball team at the net. The Bears (10-12, 4-6 Ivy) boast a .211 team hitting percentage — the second highest in the Ivy League —  and two of the conference’s deadliest players at the net in Sabrina Stillwell ’19 ...


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Sports Roundup: Oct. 26, 2015

Women’s hockey Bob Kenneally ’90 opened his career as women’s hockey head coach this weekend with the team’s trip to Auburn, Maine. But the Kenneally era got off to a sour start, as Bruno (0-2-0) fell to the Black Bears twice, 4-0 Friday and 4-1 Saturday. The score of the first game was somewhat ...


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Sports Roundup: Oct. 19, 2015

Women’s crew The prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta this weekend gave the women’s crew team an opportunity to show its might. The team’s top boat cut through the cold Boston air to place second overall in the Championship Eight event. The University of California’s top boat was the only ...


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Sports Roundup: March 16, 2015

Gymnastics In its final home meet of the season, the gymnastics team took down Yale Sunday with a season-best team score in the floor exercise. The Bears trailed the Elis for three quarters of the meet, but surpassed their competitors in the final rotation, scoring 49.050 on the floor to earn a 193.150-192.775 ...


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Sports Roundup: Jan. 30, 2015

Women’s rugby After a wildly successful season that saw the Bears (9-1, 7-0 Ivy) sweep their Ivy League competition and win a first-round matchup in the NCAA tournament, the women’s rugby team received one more accolade for its historic year: USA Rugby announced Saturday that Head Coach Kathy Flores ...


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Sports Roundup: Oct. 20, 2014

Men’s water polo If the Ivy League title is on the line, the men’s water polo team seems to have a problem when facing Princeton across the pool. For the second year in a row, the Tigers scored a late goal to nip Bruno Sunday and claim the 2014 Ivy crown. No. 15 Bruno first had to get through ...


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