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The quiet murder of Pittsburgh baseball

With the swish of a swing, followed closely by the crack of a bat, Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh erupts. Not your standard "Whoa! What a catch by that guy!" kind of cheer. Real cheers. The kind of euphoria you save for when a superhero saves the day. The kind of unbridled joy that comes from something ...


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Men's soccer ties in first Ocean State Classic

For those of you not in attendance for the Monday matchup between Providence College and Brown, you missed out. In the championship game of the inaugural Ocean State Classic, the Friars tied the Bears at 0-0 and won the tournament in a penalty-kick shootout — that was after the prior 110 minutes ...


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What to watch: September

Fear not, first-years. While you may not be attending a sports-crazed university, there are still games to watch, underdogs to root for and stars to admire at Brown. Below, a rundown of key September home games that the Class of 2014 will want to attend:


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Star college quarterback, R.I. native joins football staff

When the 2010 football season rolls around, All-Ivy quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero '11 will be under the tutelage of a coach who has had his own share of success in Rhode Island football. Liam Coen — a native of Warwick, R.I., and a former star high school player at La Salle Academy in Providence ...


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Kinsley earns gold at championships

EUGENE, ORE. — Oregon's Hayward Field is by far the track and field capital of the United States, if not the world. At the self-proclaimed "Tracktown, USA," Olympians have been born, world records have fallen and, for Craig Kinsley '11, a Division I national title in the javelin with a throw of ...


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Former hoops star MacDonald '08 back in the community

Mark MacDonald '08 always knew he wanted to give back. But after trying out for a professional basketball team in Europe and then spending a year as a media consultant, he realized he did not want to wait to start his mission.MacDonald, who was captain of the men's basketball team his senior year at ...


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Baseball falls twice to Big Green

Desperately needing a win to keep pace with Dartmouth in the Ivy League standings, the baseball team hosted the Big Green Tuesday and Wednesday. The games were originally scheduled for Sunday but had to be postponed due to rain. Despite jumping out to an early 1-0 lead Tuesday, the Bears lost the game, ...


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Around the Bend: Can't-miss matchups

As reading period kicks off, Brown students are getting ready for final exams and papers. However, the spring sports teams will continue competing until the summer. Here is a look at their upcoming competitions:Baseball will face off against Yale in its last series of the season. The Bears will host ...


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Sewall '10 undergoes months of training for NFL contract

The first Monday after New Years Day, Bobby Sewall '10 walked into Mike Boyle's strength and conditioning gym for his first day of high-intensity training for the NFL. The top football talents in New England came in with him — from Boston College, the University of Massachusetts, the University ...


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Walk-on Howard '09.5 takes unlikely path

David Howard '09.5 slept zero hours the night before day three of the NFL draft. He didn't yet know the Tennessee Titans would select him in the seventh round. He didn't know which NFL city, if any, would be his next home. He didn't know if the last four months of high-intensity training — after ...


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Bears rebound to split doubleheader

After two wild back-and-forth battles, Brown and Dartmouth's baseball teams are still deadlocked atop the Rolfe Division of the Ivy League. The Bears (12-25 overall, 9-5 Ivy) and the Big Green (19-13 overall, 9-5 Ivy) split two games at Brown's Murray Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Dartmouth eked out ...


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Panel discusses concussion research, policies

Chris Nowinski, once known as the only Harvard graduate in professional wrestling, spoke as part of a panel in front of an almost full Salomon 101 Monday night. Nowinski spoke to both the personal effects and scientific research concerning concussions at Monday's event, which was part of a colloquium ...


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