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Football wins season opener in Head Coach Perry’s debut

The football team earned its first win of the season Saturday in a 35-30 triumph against Bryant University in Smithfield. The matchup was a fortuitous showdown between the past and future of Head Coach James Perry ’00 — it was his first game coaching Brown after two years as head coach at Bryant. “We ...


Bears ‘embrace chaos’ as Perry Era kicks off Saturday

Sitting in an office decorated with Brown memorabilia, wearing an Ivy B polo and balancing a matching mug on his knee, James Perry ’00 embodies all that it means to be the Bears’ newest head football coach. He spoke enthusiastically about the new offense, defense and special teams which are guaranteed ...


Thompson '21 posts consecutive shutouts

Women’s soccer goalkeeper Kayla Thompson ’21 earned back-to-back shut-out victories last week in games against the University of Hartford Thursday and Providence College Sunday. Thompson arrived at Brown this season after playing at West Virginia University for two years, where the Mountaineers ...


Klein ’20: Who will win the World Series?

The Major League Baseball regular season is reaching its final stages, and as we start to look at the playoff picture, it is clear that four teams have separated themselves from the rest of the league. The New York Yankees, Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers all dominated for stretches ...


Men’s soccer bests Howard, falls to George Washington

The men’s soccer team headed south to the nation’s capital this weekend searching for its first win of the season and found it against Howard University with a 1-0 victory Thursday. Bruno stumbled Saturday, as a first-half flurry by George Washington University gave the Colonials an early 2-0 lead ...


Butler ’21 wins season’s first XC race

Hannah Butler ’21 started her cross-country season with a flash, winning the six-kilometer Maribel Sanchez Souther Invitational at a time of 21:58.74. The first-place finish marked the first collegiate victory of Butler’s career. Previously, her best collegiate result was a fifth-place finish. Butler ...


Men’s water polo wins opening game

The men’s water polo team opened its home slate with a 13-10 double overtime victory against Wagner College Saturday. The win was the first of five total at the Bruno Classic, which took place over the weekend. Brown established a solid lead in the first period against Wagner, but the Seahawks surpassed ...


Men’s soccer stunned by Hartford Hawks on late goal

After Michael Chung ’23 fired a shot past the opposing goalkeeper in the first half of the men’s soccer team’s opener against Hartford University this Friday, it looked like the Bears were on their way to a winning start for the year. But the Hawks roared back during the second half to defeat ...


Sports Roundup, Sept. 9

This past week saw a series of impressive performances from Brown’s athletes on the field and court. The field hockey and women’s soccer teams’ shutout victories over Bryant University and the University of Connecticut, respectively, showcased a successful slate of contests for the Bears. The ...


Parker ’23 paces offense to win rugby home opener 60-19

Mahdia Parker ’23 has arrived from Harlem with a bang, scoring three tries as an outside center in her first collegiate rugby appearance and leading the Bears to a 60-19 victory over Long Island University Saturday. Parker previously played rugby for the Columbia Secondary School, where she was voted ...


Gottlieb ’99 joins NBA’s Cavaliers in historic hiring

Lindsay Gottlieb ’99 made history June 12th after the Cleveland Cavaliers hired her as an assistant coach, making her the first female collegiate head coach to join an NBA team’s coaching staff.  “The vision for the Cavs’ future is compelling, and I look forward to helping make it a reality,” ...


Before we were bears: A 115-year history of Brown's mascot

At the entrance to Ittleson Quad, just past Pembroke Field and before you step into the Erickson Athletic Complex, stands a 10-foot tall bronze Kodiak bear. Indomitable, as the sculpture is officially titled, has stalwartly resided atop its four-foot pedestal since British artist Nick Bibby came to ...


Schapiro '19: The greatest Brown graduation story ever

I’m in the late innings of the last start of my career, and the manager is coming out to get me. I’m done, he says, and I can hit the clubhouse and start preparing for graduation while some rookie takes over where I left off. It’s been four years for me at Brown and at The Brown Daily Herald, ...


Klein '20: Why the Rockets can beat the Warriors

As the first round of the NBA playoffs continues, it is becoming clear that the Golden State Warriors will face the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference Semifinals. The Warriors can easily demolish the Clippers one more time, and the Rockets have severely outmatched the Jazz over the first three ...


Men's crew wins Dreissigacker Cup

Battling fierce headwinds and sporadic gusts of rain, the Bears charged the Seekonk River with five varsity boats against Northeastern University in the Dreissigacker Cup Saturday. Coming off of victories over Boston University and Harvard the previous two weekends, first, second and third varsity boats ...


Women’s water polo downs No. 22 Marist

The women’s water polo team defeated No. 22 Marist College at home Saturday in their final game of the season. In heated third and fourth periods, Bruno broke a tie to defeat the Red Foxes on Senior Day after falling to them 7-4 in February on the road. Goalkeeper Lauren Burns ’20 posted her ninth ...


Men’s lacrosse comes up short against Cornell Big Red

Coming off a win over Ocean State rival Providence College, the men’s lacrosse team looked to carry its momentum into a crucial Ivy League matchup against No. 10 Cornell Saturday. The game was a win-and-in situation for both teams, as both Brown (5-8, 2-3 Ivy) and Cornell (9-4, 3-2) needed a victory ...


Costa ’22 wins national bars title

Mei Li Costa ’22 took home the national bars title at the 2019 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships Sunday, earning a winning score of 9.8500 in the finals after tying Brown’s all-time bars record with a score of 9.900 in preliminaries. Costa was Brown’s second-ever national ...

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