From conference championships to barrier-breaking moments to improbable win streaks, 2023 was a year packed with entertainment and excitement for fans of Brown sports. In honor of the accomplishments from Bruno’s teams, players and coaching staffs, The Herald looks back on 10 of Brown athletics’ ...
Both the men and women’s swimming and diving teams competed against Yale at home in dual meets this weekend.
Despite a valiant second-half effort from Bruno, men’s basketball lost to Maine 60-49 on Sunday afternoon, moving to 2-8 to start the season.
Bears deliver offensive blowout, score most points of season in win 90-35 at home
Last weekend, the men’s basketball team traveled to Nassau, Bahamas to participate in the Baha Mar Hoops 2023 Nassau Championship, taking sixth place.
The men’s hockey team has seen mixed results to start the season.
The Brown women’s hockey team hosted the 28th annual Mayor's Cup on Saturday afternoon against Providence College.
Coming back from a 17-point deficit, the women’s basketball team won against the Monmouth Hawks 59-58.
Bears take home four All-Ivy selections, Defensive Player of the Year for libero Jessie Golden ’26.
Brown men’s water polo (21-8, 6-4 Northeast Water Polo Conference) concluded an outstanding season with wins over Long Island University (8-23, 3-9) and Iona University (12-18, 4-8) and a loss to Harvard (25-4, 9-1) at the NWPC Tournament last weekend. The Bears took down LIU in the first round of ...
For the fourth straight season, the Ivy League champion Brown women’s soccer team failed to advance past the second round of the NCAA tournament
Quarterback Jake Willcox ’24 says he plans to return for 2024 season
The men’s soccer team fell to Yale 2-1 in the Ivy League Championship on Sunday.
An overtime touchdown from quarterback Jake Willcox ’24 to wide receiver Graham Walker ’24 secured the team’s win.
Last-second Loyola three-pointer seals game
Last season, forward Ava Seelenfreund ’23.5 scored 10 goals — tied for most on the Brown roster — on her way to being named to the Ivy League First Team. But this year, ahead of the women’s soccer team’s matchup against Quinnipiac Saturday, in the first round of the NCAA tournament, she had ...
Bears win weekend matches over Cornell, Columbia thanks to stellar net play from Beau Vanderlaan ’25
In a win-or-go-home first round match on the road against a heavily favored, top-seeded Penn squad (7-3-6, 4-1-2), the Bears pulled out a victory in a phenomenal rollercoaster game decided by penalty kicks after two thrilling overtimes.
Women’s volleyball played two contrasting matches in straight sets last weekend — a loss at Harvard and a commanding victory at Dartmouth.
The men’s soccer team fought to a 0-0 draw against Yale Saturday.