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One victory, two losses for w. basketball

The women's basketball team had a mixed week, beating in-state rival Bryant, 79-72, in overtime on Nov. 24 before dropping two games over the weekend at the Long Island University Turkey Classic to move to 2-4 on the season.On Tuesday, the Bears travelled to Smithfield to face the Bulldogs. Trailing ...


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Wrestling posts another solid start at Keystone Classic

In their second tournament of the season, Brown wrestlers finished sixth out of nine teams at the Keystone Classic, hosted by Penn on Nov. 22. Six wrestlers placed individually, led by Bran Crudden '10, who finished second at the 184-pound weight class. Bryan Tracy '10 placed third at 157, followed ...


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M. hockey wins big over UConn

Jesse Fratkin '11 spent much of last season dressed in a suit, not a uniform.Most nights, he didn't know if coach Roger Grillo and his staff would put him on the fourth line or in the bleachers. But before this season started, newly hired Head Coach Brendan Whittet '94 said Fratkin would see more ice ...


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M. basketball wins two of three weekend games

The men's basketball team had a successful Thanksgiving break, winning two of three road games over the long weekend.  Brown 70, Bryant 68Bruno leveled its record to 3-3 in dramatic fashion on Wednesday night as guard Garrett Leffelman's '11 last-second put-back propelled the Bears to a hard-fought ...


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M. water polo goes 1-2 at Easterns

The men's water polo team traveled to Cambridge, Mass. this past weekend to face Bucknell, MIT and Fordham in the Eastern Division Championships. After falling to Bucknell, 8-6, the Bears defeated MIT in overtime, 7-6, but lost to Fordham, 8-7.


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M. hoopsters put down by Rhody

The men's basketball team (2-3) went 1-2 this week, getting a victory over Maine after almost pulling out a comeback win against a tough Big East opponent.    URI 78, Brown 57


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Columbia beats odds, Brown in final game of season

NEW YORK — Columbia had fallen to Brown 11 of the last 12 seasons. The Lions had won only two Ivy League games this year, against Dartmouth and Cornell — the two losingest teams in the Ivy League. And its starting quarterback, who had been the hero last week against Cornell, was injured. ...


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Bears to face Lions in season's final game

When Brown defeated Columbia in a preseason scrimmage in August, the Bears didn't even know who their starting quarterback would be. Now, Kyle Newhall-Caballero '11 is at the top of nearly every statistical passing category in the league. And when the Bears meet the Lions for the final regular season ...


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Ochocinco is numero uno to me

There are some people in the world of sports that, well, are hated. And usually, there are good reasons to hate said people.Michael Vick killed dogs. Terrell Owens is a crybaby. Bill Belichick is a successful man who was caught cheating. Barry Bonds has a head the size of an elevator. Mark Teixeira ...


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W. volleyball sweeps Cornell, loses two games

The volleyball team concluded a bumpy season this week with an exciting sweep of Cornell, followed by disappointing losses to Columbia and Yale. The Bears finished the season 6-19 overall, with a 2-12 record in the Ivy League.The Bears toppled Cornell, 3-0, on Friday night in one of their strongest ...





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