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A loss of Moss, as Pats trade WR to Vikings

Wednesday morning, after my eyes fluttered open, I immediately knew that something was wrong. A sense of dread had wrapped itself around me and was trying to force itself down my throat. I kicked my blankets off and did a quick lap around the house. The coffee pot hadn't combusted in the night. I ran ...


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Springfield debuts as head men's cross country coach

The Bears introduced Tim Springfield as the new head coach for men's cross country last week. Springfield brings valuable coaching experience to the program — he guided the runners of the University of St. Thomas to 53 conference team titles over a 13-year span, and was named the Division III ...


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Bears gain experience at Paul Short Invite

Though both the men's and women's cross country teams started strong at the Paul Short Invitational at Lehigh University last Saturday, the runners missed opportunities to take advantage of their early success as the race progressed. The men finished 23rd out of 42 teams while the women captured 12th ...


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Another shutout for No. 13 Bears

The Tuesday night men's soccer matchup against St. John's University had the feeling of a national championship game. With many near misses, thrilling fast breaks and seemingly impossible saves by goalies, the No. 13 Bears (7-0-2, 1-0-0 Ivy) defeated the No. 22 Red Storm (6-4-0), 1-0.


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M. soccer tops Columbia in first Ivy clash

October has brought many things to Providence — like chilly evenings, rainy days and an Ivy League win for the men's soccer team. The No. 17 Bears (6-0-2, 1-0-0 Ivy League) snapped Columbia's three-game winning streak (4-5-1, 0-1-0) with a decisive 3-0 victory.


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W. soccer kicks its way to two home draws

Though it did not win, the women's soccer team remains unbeaten on its home field. The Bears took both of their opponents, the University of New Hampshire (4-5-3) and Columbia (6-2-2, 1-0-1 Ivy League), into double overtime this week, with both games ending in draws.


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Squad hopes to stay undefeated, grab Governor's Cup

Fresh off last week's historic 29-14 victory over Harvard, the football team (2-0, 1-0 Ivy League) will hit the road Saturday for the first time this year as they travel to Kingston to battle the University of Rhode Island (1-2, 1-0) for the Governor's Cup.


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Field hockey: Squad loses to Dartmouth, Fairfield

The field hockey team took on the Fairfield Stags on Tuesday, scoring twice in a 5-2 losing effort. The Bears also traveled to Dartmouth over the weekend, falling short 4-2. But the team regrouped its offense recently and is keeping games close.


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W. golf fares well in tough weekend field

At the Yale Invitational last weekend, women's golf delivered a solid performance mixed with flashes of amazing play. The Bears earned an 8th place finish in the 14-team field, shooting a three-round score of 935 (316, 304, 315) at the 5,959-yard Yale Golf Course. The host school came away with the ...


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Historic football clash set for Brown Stadium tomorrow

At 6 p.m. Saturday, the sun will start to set over Providence, but historic Brown Stadium will be lighting up. For the first time, the Bears will host a night game at its 85-year-old stadium, as they take on Harvard in a crucial Ivy League matchup. Temporary lights have been installed for the special ...



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