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Men’s hockey to open season against Yale

Right now, Meehan Auditorium, a dome-shaped arena located at the north of campus, is quiet. The ice lays freshly made under the glow of the lamps, punctuated by bright blue and red lines. Levels of empty stadium-style seats line the edges of the rink, and two scoreboards, one at each end of the building, ...


Women’s soccer defeats Cornell 2-0

The women’s soccer team entered Saturday’s game against Cornell leading the Ivy League with an 11-1-1 record and a dominant presence on the field. To start the matchup, the eighth-Ivy-ranked Big Red stood in the patch and took a defensive approach, but it wasn’t enough to stop the Bears from earning ...


Football faces heartbreaking loss against Cornell

In an intense Saturday matchup against Cornell, the football team was just one first down away from snapping its Ivy losing streak, which began in 2016. Facing fourth and six deep in Big Red territory with less than a minute remaining and a one-point lead, Bruno had the opportunity to run out the clock. ...


Men’s soccer fights to double-overtime draw with Cornell

Coming off of a heartbreaking loss against the College of the Holy Cross Tuesday, the men’s soccer team took to the road to battle Cornell. Bruno came out strong with the opening goal in the 22nd minute, but the game ultimately ended after double overtime in a 1-1 tie. The Big Red (7-5-1, 1-2-1 Ivy), ...


Ehlert ’20 leads Bears to win over Lions

Outside hitter Makena Ehlert ’20 recorded 19 kills and two blocks to lead Brown in a win against Columbia over the weekend. Ehlert, a senior from Orange County, CA.,  played in all 99 sets last season and has been on the court for every set so far this season. She leads the team in overall kills, ...


Klein '20: Who will win the NBA Finals?

The NBA season returns Tuesday night to much anticipation, since, for the first time in a while, the league truly feels wide open for a variety of contenders. There is no one single dominant Big Three, but rather several strong two-star duos. While a host of teams have viable championship aspirations, ...


Women’s soccer beats Harvard, leads league

Saturday morning, Lauren Hinton ’22 rode her bike along the path between the Jonathan Nelson ’77 Fitness Center and the Olney-Margolies Athletic Center before hopping off and locking it down with her U-lock. The next stop: a face off against Harvard with the rest of the women’s soccer team. Bruno ...


Football suffers historic loss to Princeton

Saturday marked a new low for the football team, which suffered a historic loss against Princeton in a Family Weekend matchup. Princeton’s explosive offense went to work during the first half to put up an astounding 51 points. The undefeated Tigers spent most of the second half winding down the clock ...


Bears win three consecutive sets to eclipse Columbia

The women’s volleyball team outplayed Columbia in three consecutive sets to win 3-1 at home Saturday. The first period got off to a tense start, with the Bears falling to Columbia 19-25, but fluid defense and an eye for passing opportunities allowed Bruno to come surging back to shut down Columbia ...


Berkman ’23 leads water polo over MIT

Brown beat Massachusetts Institute of Technology 17-12 at home Saturday with a hat trick from attacker Leo Berkman ’23 that helped the Bears short circuit the Engineers. All the water in the pool could not extinguish Berkman’s hot streak as he came away from the match with three goals, an assist ...


Men’s soccer battles Princeton to draw

Facing a 0-1 conference record and a four-game losing streak, the men’s soccer team entered their matchup against Princeton Saturday in need of a win to stay competitive in the Ivy League. Brown was unable to deliver the victory, battling Princeton to a 1-1 tie. The Bears spent most of the game in ...


Football falls to Holy Cross at home

While the football team’s offense continued to thrive this weekend, a poor defensive showing doomed the Bears against the College of the Holy Cross Saturday, as they lost 47-31. The Bears put up 346 yards on the Crusaders, led by 97 receiving yards and two touchdowns from Scott Boylan ’21 in the ...


Soccer teams earn academic awards

The men’s and women’s soccer teams earned the United Soccer Coaches 2018-19 Team Academic Award, given to college teams with a composite grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Brown was one of 259 schools to receive the award for both its men’s and women’s teams. With a 3.44 GPA, the men’s ...


Van Rootselaar ’22 leads field hockey to victory

Field hockey midfielder Danielle van Rootselaar ’22 played a role in all three goals in the Bears’ win against Dartmouth over the weekend, assisting in the first two tallies and scoring the final goal herself. Before coming to the University, van Rootselaar made it to the national championships ...


Women’s soccer beats Columbia 2-0

The Bears and Lions warmed up as if it were a playoff game. Their laser-like focus and energy shot through the sky. The women’s soccer team entered its Saturday evening matchup against Columbia looking to improve its record to 2-0 in conference play and further fuel a title run. Columbia wanted to ...


Football falls short in Governor’s Cup

The football team took on in-state rival University of Rhode Island in its home opener Saturday, hoping to add on to its 73-28-2 record in the historic Governor’s Cup. But despite over 500 total yards from quarterback EJ Perry ’21, the Bears fell to the Rams in a 31-28 nailbiter. Bruno had an opportunity ...

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