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M. lax defeats No. 8 Cornell, finally gets marquee win

The men's lacrosse team rose up to beat No. 8 Cornell, 13-10, Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y. The Bears outscored the Big Red, 9-2, in the second and third quarters, and then survived a furious Cornell rally in the fourth behind stout goaltending from Matt Chriss '11, giving the program a badly-needed statement ...


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W. lacrosse's defense breaks down against Penn

The women's lacrosse team fell to No. 6 Penn, 19-5, in an away game Sunday, leaving the Quakers to win their fourth consecutive Ivy championship.Going into the game, the Bears tried not to let Penn's national ranking and perfect record, 7-0, against other Ivies affect their play."Our game plan was to ...


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NFL's Titans draft Howard '09.5, sign Sewall '10

Defensive end David Howard '09.5 and wide receiver Bobby Sewall '10 aren't done playing football together. The Tennessee Titans drafted Howard as the 241st overall pick in the seventh round of the NFL Draft as they were on the phone with Sewall, working out a free-agent contract. The two Brown standouts ...


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Injuries hit Brown athletes hard, end seasons early

"I don't remember anything… just coming to and wondering what had happened." Three quarters into one of his first games last fall, tight end Bradley Griffith '12 walked off the field with a season-ending concussion. He received his first concussion 10 days prior to football camp last summer. Then, ...


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Glick '10 brings power plays to pool

Women's water polo tri-captain Sarah Glick '10 may only be 5 feet 4 inches tall, but she's been a huge part of the team in her time at Brown. Glick ranks as the all-time leader in points in a season and a career at Brown, as her 82 goals and 72 assists this season have raised her career totals to 282 ...


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Pitchers struggle in two losses

With four huge games coming up this weekend against division rival Dartmouth, the baseball team is slumping. After dropping their last two games against Harvard on Monday afternoon, the Bears (11-24) came home and lost both ends of their doubleheader against the Holy Cross Crusaders (19-16).Head Coach ...


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Ivy Briefs: Old is new for Dartmouth basketball

After undertaking a national search for a new men's basketball head coach, Dartmouth looked backwards to rehire one of the most successful coaches in recent program history.Paul Cormier, who in his seven seasons posted two of the three winningest campaigns in the program's past 50 years, will begin ...


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M. tennis defeated in Ivy matches

Of the nine players on the men's tennis team, five are first-years. With some of the veteran players out due to injury, four of the freshmen were in the lineup against Harvard at home Friday and against Dartmouth in New Hampshire Sunday. The Bears dropped both competitions, 5-2 and 6-1, respectively. ...


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W. water polo clinches spot at Easterns

After an overtime loss to No. 11 Hartwick on Saturday, the women's water polo team bounced back to beat Harvard, 14-10, at home on Sunday. With the victory over Harvard — who had beaten Brown just the week before — the Bears clinched an automatic berth to the Eastern Championship.The win ...


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Bears lose at Harvard, then return home and defeat Dartmouth

The No. 65 women's tennis team battled two higher-seeded Ivy League opponents, No. 53 Harvard and No. 48 Dartmouth, this past weekend. After falling to the Crimson, 5-2, on Friday in Cambridge, Mass., the Bears came home two days later and defeated the Big Green by taking the doubles point and the four ...


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Brown drops two games, but one was a 'victory in defeat'

In their last two home games of the season, the women's lacrosse team lost to both Cornell on Friday and Boston College on Sunday in two close matchups. Cornell edged out Brown with just 1.5 seconds left on the clock, and BC beat Brown with 11 seconds left in the second overtime. But the Bears left ...


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No. 19 m. lax falls to No. 16 Yale

Saturday's game between the Bears — the No. 19 men's lacrosse team — and No. 16 Yale figured to pit two of the top teams in the country, but for much of the game only one team showed up.The Bulldogs (9-2, 3-2 Ivy) invaded Stevenson Field and smothered the Bears (5-5, 2-2) for three quarters, ...


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Pitching leads baseball to two 'huge' wins over Harvard

The baseball team is 3-18 against non-conference opponents this season. But when it comes to Ivy League baseball, no squad is playing better. The Bears (11-20, 8-2 Ivy) swept their doubleheader against the Harvard Crimson (11-20, 4-6) Sunday afternoon, and extended their in-conference winning streak ...


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Brown falls to No. 25 UConn

The Bears took their home field in the sun-drenched Murray Stadium yesterday against No. 25 Connecticut Huskies and left the diamond with a 15-3 loss. "They are the 25th in the country for a reason," said Head Coach Marek Drabinski. "They are the best team we've played up north. They are athletic, physical ...


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Harvard's National Championship-winning squash coach dismissed

Harvard announced Tuesday that it will not renew the contract of head men's and women's squash coach Satinder Bajwa for the 2010–11 season, ending his 11-year tenure.The dismissal, which came less than two months after the Crimson captured the women's team national championship and the men's and ...


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No. 1 w. ruggers thrive against the odds

The coaches are unpaid, the funds raised by the team. Many of the athletes have never played the sport before. Is this Little League, you ask? No, it's not. It's the No. 1-ranked women's rugby program in the nation. The Brown women's rugby team is arguably the most successful team on campus — ...


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Softball splits against Providence College

The softball team (14-15, 2-6 Ivy) run-ruled Providence College (13-20) Wednesday after only five innings, but the Bears were shut out in the second game and lost, 4-0. Brown 11, PC 3 Providence College started the game off aggressively on offense, scoring one run in the top of the first, but the Bears ...


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Zrenda '11 swings for the fences

The baseball team devoured the opposing teams' pitchers this weekend, scoring double digits in each of its four victories against Princeton and Cornell. Infielder Ryan Zrenda '11 led the way, hitting two mammoth home runs and notching seven RBI. Earlier in the week, Zrenda mashed three home runs in ...





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