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Football looks to stay undefeated in Philly

The remaining unbeatens in Ivy League football will square off Saturday when Brown (4-2, 3-0) and No. 21 Penn (5-1, 3-0) meet at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. The two sides are tied atop the league standings, and Saturday's winner will claim the outright lead in the conference with only three games ...


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No Bad-games Allowed - NBA preview, part 2

Last week, I published part one of my NBA preview for what could be the most exciting season in the history of the league. I'm not going to say it was impartial because I took a big swig of Haterade and spat it out all over the Lakers. That's going to happen again because I'm a bitter hometown fan who ...


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Kickin' it with Paul Grandstrand '11

Goalkeeper Paul Grandstrand '11 has made, to say the least, an impressive showing on the pitch this season for the Bears. He currently holds the Brown record for most shutouts in a season and is tied for most career shutouts. Last year, he was named First-Team All-Ivy goalie, and he was Ivy League rookie ...


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Men's soccer wins Tues. night game

With fog thick in the air, the weather may have been a little reminiscent of home for defender David Walls '11, who hails from England, at the No. 13 men's soccer game Tuesday night. Brown (10-1-3) battled through the thick air to pick up a 2-0 victory over Holy Cross (3-10-3).


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Football belittles Big Red, now 3-0 in Ivies

Two touchdown passes from Joe Springer '11 to Alex Tounkara '11 propelled the football team (4-2, 3-0 Ivy League) to a 27-14 conference victory over Cornell (1-5, 0-3) on Saturday. The win ties Bruno for first place atop the Ivy standings with No. 20 Penn, whom Brown will battle next week in Philadelphia ...


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Football prepares for Ivy showdown with Cornell

After three weeks on the road, the football team will return home to face the Cornell Big Red. Bruno (3-2, 2-0 Ivy League) will look to extend its perfect record in league play while the Big Red (1-4, 0-2) enter the game seeking their first conference win.


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No Bad-games Allowed - NBA preview

NBA is a fantastic acronym. All of the letters flow together and meld with each other. It almost always makes for a great phrase to boot — Non-Biting Attack-dog, New Bicycle Alert, Newly Betrothed Aunt. These are all great NBAs. But the National Basketball Association is by far the greatest of ...


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Cross country runs away with titles at Warwick race

Last Friday was a day of firsts for the men's and women's cross country teams. Not only did Brown host the inaugural Rothenberg Race in Warwick's Goddard State Park, but both squads also dominated the competition, as they ran to matching first-place victories. The strong team efforts were reflected ...


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It's all in the family for Pitney '14

Midfielder Louisa Pitney '14 led the women's soccer team in an undefeated week, as the squad shut out URI last Wednesday afternoon and beat defending Ivy League champions Harvard on Saturday. As time was winding down against the Crimson, Pitney received a high cross from forward-midfielder Mika Siegelman ...


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Football still undefeated in Ivy League

Bruno traveled to Princeton this weekend to take on the Tigers in another key conference matchup. Despite falling behind in the first half by a score of 13-0, the Bears prevailed 17-13. While happy to escape with a win, the Bears were disappointed in their play — especially in the first half.


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M. soccer rivalry ends in draw

It was a cold and windy Saturday evening when the No. 15 men's soccer team (7-1-3, 1-1-1 Ivy) battled Harvard (4-3-5, 1-0-2), but the competition on the field was heated as the Bears earned a 0-0 draw in a double-overtime contest against the Crimson.


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W. soccer picks up first league victory

Alums and parents flooded the stands Saturday afternoon to watch Brown women's soccer (7-4-3, 1-2-1 Ivy) take on their league rival, Harvard (5-5-1, 2-2-0). They were not disappointed as the Bears edged out Harvard in the final minutes to take home their first league win.





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