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The mild mild West: a very early preview of the NFL playoffs

The stage is set. A Monday-night football game with playoff implications. With time pushing the NFL schedule to the pivotal final third of the season, every game counts. The winner of this matchup will find itself just a game behind the division leader. It has all the makings of a huge game.


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McGonagill '14 ready to play ball

For incoming freshmen, the transition to college can be difficult. For student athletes, it can be hard to balance their new lives with the commitments they must uphold to their team. It can be even harder for a freshman to start on the team, as the athlete is burdened with even greater responsibility. ...


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M. soccer loses 2-0 in Sweet 16

After an upset win last week to get to the final 16 NCAA teams, the No. 22 men's soccer team fell Sunday 2-0 at No. 6 University of California at Berkeley, finishing its season at 12-4-4 overall.


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Upset hopes put on ice, but m. hockey ties twice

BOSTON — The men's ice hockey team (3-2-3, 2-1-1 ECAC), fresh off a pair of conference wins over Cornell and Colgate, played strong this week to earn ties on the road against two of the premier teams in college hockey, No. 6 New Hampshire (7-2-4) and No. 2 Boston University (7-1-5). In both games, ...


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M. soccer scores upset in NCAA

The No. 22 men's soccer team has made it to the NCAA tournament Sweet 16 after defeating the No. 9 University of Connecticut in a thrilling game that went to a penalty shootout. The Bears won the shootout, 7-6, after battling the Huskies to a 1-1 deadlock in the 110 minutes of regulation and overtime ...


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Tounkara '11 tearing it up on gridiron

Going into the 2010 football season, one of the biggest concerns for the Bears was at the wide receiver position — who would step up to fill the shoes of the prolific duo of Buddy Farnham '10 and Bobby Sewall '10? On the first offensive play of the year, Alex Tounkara '11 helped answer the question ...


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Men's soccer victorious in NCAA homestand

The temperature was cold, but emotions were hot Thursday night at Stevenson Field, as No.22 Brown (12-3-3) defeated No.25 Boston College (10-5-5) in the opening round of the NCAA Division I men's soccer tournament. Midfielder Jon Okafor '11 and forward Austin Mandel '12 led the way for the Bears, notching ...


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Fencer sets sights on Olympics

Six years ago, Caitlin Taylor '13 was in a wheelchair and did not know if she would ever be able to walk again. At the time, her dream was simply relearning how to walk. Now, she has a new dream — to compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.


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Heat in the Hot Seat: Breaking down NBA's Miami Heat

I am no friend of the Miami Heat. When I went with some friends to the TD Banknorth Garden to watch the Celtics' overtime victory over the Chicago Bulls two weeks ago, I went crazy when the Jumbotron displayed the final score on the Hornets-Heat game — 96-93, Hornets. I openly cackle whenever ...


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Women's hockey goalies shine in Bruno's weekend games

The women's hockey team (2-3-1, 1-2-1 ECAC) extended its unbeaten home streak this season to three games, after a 1-1 draw against Union (1-10-1, 0-5-1) and a hard-earned 1-0 win against a strong Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute (4-7-2, 3-3-0) team. Both games were low-scoring and fiercely contested, ...






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