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Improved offense not enough for a win

The women's hockey team (2-19-3, 1-13-3 ECAC) had a vastly improved offensive showing in its away games against Rensselaer (10-12-7, 8-8-2) and Union (2-25-3, 1-15-2) this weekend. They held leads through significant portions of both games, but defensive lapses resulted in two missed opportunities to ...


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No. 17 Dartmouth shuts out Bruno 3-0

In a homecoming trip to Providence, Dartmouth goalie — and Rehoboth, Mass. native — James Mello turned in a spectacular performance Friday night, making 39 saves to power the Big Green to a 3-0 victory over the men's hockey team. The win is the 200th of Dartmouth Head Coach Bob Gaudet's ...


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Super Sunday

The other day, I saw an advertisement for "The Social Network," a best picture nominee. In case you missed it, the movie is about this guy named Mark Zuckerberg who made a website that allowed people you've never met to look at pictures of you and invite you to slam poetry readings. Anyway, this new ...


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Icers' season-long losing streak now eight

It was another tough week for the women's hockey team, as it suffered decisive 4-0 defeats to Harvard and Yale and a lopsided 6-0 defeat to Dartmouth. Although competitive for two of three periods in each game, crucial defensive lapses in one period proved catastrophic for a team still seeking its first ...


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Maclellan '12 enters the national spotlight

Jack Maclellan '12 still has one year to go at Brown, but he has already earned an impressive number of accolades for his efforts on the men's hockey team. Before Brown, Maclellan was named Rookie of the Year during his 2006-2007 season with the Calgary Canucks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, and ...


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Offense gets boost from returning seniors in 2011

The football team will welcome back a number of familiar faces to the gridiron on the offensive side of the ball in 2011. For three of those players, their classmates will have already shaken President Ruth Simmons' hand, received their degrees and entered the post-Brunonian world. Because of injuries ...


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Fencing squads prevail at weekend tourney

The Bears posted another set of impressive scores in the second half of the Northeast Fencing Conference tournament last Saturday. The men's team was victorious, and the women's team posted a pair of one-bout losses to Vassar College and Brandeis University.


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Squads come away with silver

The men and women of indoor track both claimed second place last Friday at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games, their first meet since the end of winter break.  


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A not-so-fond farewell to the 2010 NFL season

Hello, Brown Daily Herald reader in the Ratty. Yes, you with the bagel and the Special K. And greetings to you, guy in the Blue Room who just spilled the mustard all over the bottom of this page. Thank you all for being here today, whether you are a regular reader of the column or you found a copy left ...


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Squad posts pair of last-place finishes

The gymnastics team tumbled into the new season over winter break, placing third in its home opener against Towson University and the University of Bridgeport. The Bears also traveled to Rutgers University, where they notched 184.725 points in a fourth-place finish against the host Scarlet Knights, ...


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W. icers endure winless stretch

The women's hockey team has struggled mightily over the past two months, compiling a 0-8-1 record. The Bears (2-14-3, 1-8-3 ECAC) scored only seven goals over the course of nine games, though five have come in the past two games — losses at St. Lawrence University (12-11-2, 7-6-0) and Clarkson ...






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