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W. lax win streak at three after 17-9 victory

The women's lacrosse team extended its winning streak to three, longest of the season, with a 17-9 victory over Manhattan on Sunday.Kaela McGilloway '12 led the offense with a career-high 10 points — five goals and five assists.With goals from Paris Waterman '11, Alexa Caldwell '11 and McGilloway, ...


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M. golf takes 9th in division play

The men's golf team finished ninth out of 12 teams in the New England Division I Championship at Triggs Memorial Golf Club in Providence over the weekend.Connecticut won the event easily with a final team score of 586. Despite a stronger showing on Sunday, the Bears finished the event with a disappointing ...


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Ben Dann '12: Athlete's notebook

The men's crew team hosted Harvard Saturday and sent the Crimson back to Cambridge in defeat. Brown won three of five races, and Ben Dann '12, the No. 2 seat in the JV boat, helped row the Bears to one of their three victories. This is how it went down from his point of view.Harvard week is finally ...


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Baseball falls in doubleheader

Ryan Zrenda '11 had a massive day at the plate Wednesday, hitting three home runs and notching five RBI. But the Brown pitching staff could not take advantage of their teammate's big day at the plate, and the Bears (5-17) dropped both ends of their doubleheader against the Siena Saints (12-15). Brown ...


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McGilloway '12 scores big for w. LAX

It has been a busy several days for women's lacrosse attacker Kaela McGilloway '12. After a disappointing two-goal loss to No. 9 Dartmouth (8-1, 3-0 Ivy League) on Saturday, the Sea Cliff, N.Y., native led the Bears (5-4, 1-3) to a 19-4 muzzling of the Bryant Bulldogs (2-10) on Tuesday night. Her three ...


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Donahue leaves Cornell hoops

Steve Donahue, who led the Cornell men's basketball team to three consecutive Ivy League titles and a trip to the 2010 NCAA Sweet 16, accepted the head coaching position at Boston College, the schools announced in separate press releases on Wednesday.


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W. Golf putts to 12th place in invitational

In a weather-shortened Hoya Women's Invitational, hosted by Georgetown University, the women's golf team finished 12th out of 17 teams.The event, held March 29 and 30 at the Members Club at Four Streams outside Washington, D.C., was originally scheduled as a 54-hole tournament. However, due to extremely ...


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Baseball seeks consistency over spring break series

The baseball team traveled to take on the Troy Trojans and New Orleans Privateers before opening Ivy League play with two games each against both Penn and Columbia. The Bears' week got off to a tough start, as the team lacked consistency, but they ended the week on a strong note.Troy 4 games, Brown ...


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M. lacrosse wards off late run by Bulldogs

"If you would have said that (Thomas) Muldoon ('10) would have been held to one goal and (Andrew) Feinberg ('11) would have none, I would have been sure that we were going to win this," said Bryant Head Coach Mike Pressler. But the Bears disproved Pressler's logic Tuesday night and battled to a 9-7 ...


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Playing against top-10 teams, Bears keep falling just short

The No. 16 men's lacrosse team dropped a pair of close games to top-10 opponents last week, falling at No. 7 Duke (9-3), 11-10, on Tuesday before suffering a 9-7 loss to No. 5 Princeton (7-1, 3-0) at the New England Lacrosse Classic at Gillette Stadium Saturday. The Bears' record fell to 3-4 overall ...


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Softball drops the ball in three of four league games

Over spring break, the softball team (12-9, 1-3 Ivy) started off strong, defeating Bryant (3-23). However, the team went on to lose its first two Ivy League games to Penn (9-12, 4-0) and only managed to win one of two games against Columbia (6-17, 1-3). Brown 5, Bryant 4 Though the Bears won, Bryant ...


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Big Red play Cinderella

The Cornell men's basketball team made it to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament Sunday with a win over No. 4 seed Wisconsin. The Big Red will face Kentucky, the top overall seed remaining in the tournament, on Thursday night at 9:57 in Syracuse, N.Y. in the Carrier Dome. The winner will face No. 2 ...


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M. lax falls to UMass in rainy-day disappointment

No. 18 Massachusetts won a battle of momentum shifts with the No. 15 men's lacrosse team, 11–10, on a rain-soaked Tuesday afternoon. After twice being on the wrong end of one-goal games against the Bears in the past two years, the Minutemen walked off Meister-Kavan Field victorious in the old ...


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W. water polo goes 3-1 over weekend

After a disappointing loss on Saturday, the women's water polo team fought hard on Sunday to end their four-game series at the Red Fox Invitational at Marist on a high note, finishing the weekend 3–1. On Saturday, Brown beat Siena, 13–8, but lost to Marist, 12–10, later in the day. ...





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