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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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Brown falls to URI, beats Holy Cross

After a tough trip to South Carolina last weekend, Brown's baseball team (2-7) returned to the Northeast to try to right the ship against the University of Rhode Island (6-10) and Holy Cross (4-7). The team found mixed results as it fell 15-4 to URI but bounced back with a 13-7 win over Holy Cross.URI ...


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Chin's '11 no-hitter highlights 3-3 stretch

The softball team (10–6) began the Rebel Spring Games in Kissimmee, Fla., with a 6–4 win and then were shut out 6–0 in two consecutive games. But the Bears rallied back to win two of their last three contests. Brown 6, Manhattan 4 The Bears found themselves trailing 4–1 at the ...


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Bouncing back, Choate '13 competes in Nationals

Cortlandt Choate's '13 season was all but over. He was coming off an injury that kept him sidelined for five weeks, he had dropped his first match in the NCAA-qualifying Eastern Championships and he was unseeded in the qualifier. The odds against him were huge, but the 133-pounder fought back and won ...


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Upset City: Providence hosts bracket busters

March Madness in Providence. It doesn't get any better than the first and second rounds of college basketball's unique playoff system. And the Dunkin' Donuts Center was home to some of the most thrilling games and notable upsets so far this tournament. 


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Volpatti '10 signed by Vancouver Canucks

The NHL's Vancouver Canucks signed tri-captain Aaron Volpatti '10 to a two-year, $400,000 contract with a $200,000 signing bonus Monday, fulfilling Volpatti's lifelong dream of playing for the team he rooted for as a child.


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M. hockey takes 3rd in ECAC championships

The men's hockey team was the first No. 11 seed in ECAC Hockey Tournament history to make it to the tournament Final Four, but the Bears' unlikely run to the championship ended Friday night in a 3-0 loss to No. 7 Cornell, who went on to win the tournament."We were a program that was utterly down when ...


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Volpatti '10 breaks penalty minutes record - on purpose

Tri-captain Aaron Volpatti '10 went down in the record books Saturday for the most penalty minutes of any player in Brown history — and he did it on purpose.Volpatti — who was five penalty minutes shy of the single-season record before the game — told referee Chip McDonald before faceoff ...


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No. 16 m. lax scores upset victory over No. 11 Crimson

Many things rode on Saturday's men's lacrosse game between 11th-ranked Harvard and 16th-ranked Brown. There was a chance to start the Ivy season with a win. A chance to move up in the national rankings. And of course, a chance to taste sweet victory over an archrival. In what has become one of the top ...


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After career twists, goalie shines in last game

Goalie Dan Rosen '10 was once the bright future of Brown hockey.Plagued by injuries, Rosen's career slowly slid downhill until he was made the backup in his senior season. But in his last game wearing a Brown uniform, Rosen got one more chance to start in goal Saturday. And he made the most of it. In ...


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Seconds from overtime, w. lax falls, 8-7

With the clock ticking down in the last minute, the women's lacrosse team was tied at seven. Brown got the ball, approached the goal and a foul was called, giving the Bears a penalty shot. But Yale's goalie saved it and sent it up to her teammates, who had one final shot on goal with nine seconds remaining. ...


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Clemente helps block Yale from semifinals

Goalie Michael Clemente '12 held No. 6 Yale, the top-scoring team in the ECAC Hockey, to just two goals for the first time since January on Friday night in the men's hockey team's three-game playoff series.  And after a rough Saturday night, he bounced back and shut out the Bulldogs on Sunday, ...


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Baseball still positive after three straight losses

A week after pulling an unlikely upset over Pepperdine, the Bears (1-6) traveled to the University of South Carolina (11-4) to take on another perennial power. The Gamecocks, ranked 19th by Baseball America heading into the weekend series, handed the Bears three straight losses. But despite losing all ...


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Softball's Chin '11 pitches perfect game

Though the softball team (7-3) lost the first game of the Lady Pirate Classic in Hampton, Va., they went on to win the next five games — including the championship game against the host school, Hampton (7-16).Central Connecticut State 6, Brown 5The Bears started off slowly on Friday morning and ...





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