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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 ...


Welcome to Starland: White ’21 shines for Bears

As a forward on the women’s soccer team, Star White ’21 has lived up to her stellar name and posted a trio of goals on the season. White helped the Bears to a five-game shutout win streak at the beginning of the year, and has been a key contributor in the team’s victories. Most recently, White ...


Bears beat Big Green in Ivy home opener

The intensity was evident from the start. The pace of the game was feverish. The play was physical. Both teams knew what was at stake. Yes, it was just the first of the women’s soccer team’s seven-game Ivy League schedule. But the meaning was not lost on either squad; Brown needed to bounce back ...


Men’s soccer falls to San Diego State

The men’s soccer team dropped their third straight game Sunday to San Diego State University, losing 0-2 on two short range goals by the Aztecs. Bruno pressured San Diego State all afternoon, posting nine shots on goal and ten corner kicks, but could not get the ball in the net. Despite their numerous ...


Perry ’21 leads football to shootout victory

In his first ever game in a Brown uniform, EJ Perry ’21 scored five total touchdowns to lead the football team to victory over Bryant University Saturday. Perry was dynamic in leading the Bears’ offense to a 35-point outburst, racking up 183 passing yards and three scores through the air as well ...


Women’s soccer ends winning streak

The women’s soccer team returned to Stevenson-Pincince Field to host Fairfield University Wednesday afternoon. Chance the Rapper’s “No Problem” blared out of the speakers, practically warning the Stags that they did not want any problems with Bruno, who entered the game 5-0-1 with five consecutive ...


Field hockey splits weekend homestand

In its final weekend of action before Ivy League play, the field hockey team looked to create momentum. Brown stumbled Saturday, falling to No. 20 University at Albany 6-0, but recovering Sunday with a resounding 3-0 victory over Hofstra University featuring two fourth-quarter scores. Bruno (2-5) entered ...


Football wins season opener in Head Coach Perry’s debut

The football team earned its first win of the season Saturday in a 35-30 triumph against Bryant University in Smithfield. The matchup was a fortuitous showdown between the past and future of Head Coach James Perry ’00 — it was his first game coaching Brown after two years as head coach at Bryant. “We ...


Bears ‘embrace chaos’ as Perry Era kicks off Saturday

Sitting in an office decorated with Brown memorabilia, wearing an Ivy B polo and balancing a matching mug on his knee, James Perry ’00 embodies all that it means to be the Bears’ newest head football coach. He spoke enthusiastically about the new offense, defense and special teams which are guaranteed ...


Thompson '21 posts consecutive shutouts

Women’s soccer goalkeeper Kayla Thompson ’21 earned back-to-back shut-out victories last week in games against the University of Hartford Thursday and Providence College Sunday. Thompson arrived at Brown this season after playing at West Virginia University for two years, where the Mountaineers ...


Klein ’20: Who will win the World Series?

The Major League Baseball regular season is reaching its final stages, and as we start to look at the playoff picture, it is clear that four teams have separated themselves from the rest of the league. The New York Yankees, Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers all dominated for stretches ...

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