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Women’s soccer shuts out Hofstra in 3-0 victory

The women’s soccer team (4-0-0) continued its sizzling start to the 2022 season with a commanding 3-0 victory over the Pride of Hofstra University (3-1-1) Sunday afternoon. The Bears rode a strong offensive performance to victory at Stevenson-Pincince Field, with forwards Brittany Raphino ’23, ...


Softball seniors step up in weekend series loss to Harvard

Softball (13-23, 5-13 Ivy League) lost two of three games to Harvard (17-16, 11-4) in a weekend series in which every contest was decided by one run. After dropping the series opener Saturday 2-1, the Bears locked in on defense to render Harvard scoreless in the second game and tied the series with ...

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Softball edged out by Columbia in weekend series

Softball (12-21, 4-11 Ivy League) lost a three-game series to Columbia (11-21, 7-8) over the weekend at home, winning the first game of the series Friday and losing both games of a Saturday doubleheader. Despite winning the first game against the Lions 3-2, the Bears lost the first contest in the ...

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Baseball takes finale against Yale, avoids sweep

The baseball team (8-19, 3-9 Ivy League) fell twice Saturday against Yale (16-11, 7-5) but took the series finale on Sunday. The Bulldogs were able to secure a series win with a pair of one-run victories, including an extra-innings win, in Saturday’s doubleheader in New Haven. The Bears lost by ...

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Men’s tennis swept in Ivy League weekend matches

The men’s tennis team (9-13, 0-5 Ivy League) lost to No. 25 Columbia (12-6, 2-1) and Cornell (16-6, 3-1) over the weekend by scores of 4-0 in both matches. The Bears hosted the Ivy League contests at the Indoor Tennis Courts in the Pizzitola Sports Center.

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Women’s water polo splits Sunday slate

The No. 22 women’s water polo team (23-12, 7-4 Collegiate Water Polo Association) split its Sunday slate, defeating Bucknell University (9-15, 3-9 CWPA) before suffering a loss to No. 21 Princeton (19-9, 8-4 CWPA) at the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center.

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