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Escareno '10 shines as cross country ends season

The men's and women's cross country teams traveled to Franklin Park in Boston last weekend to compete in the NCAA Northeast Regional meet, with the men finishing sixth overall and the women taking ninth. The meet wrapped up the fall season, highlighted by another strong performance from Christian Escareno ...


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Wrestlers show promise in debut

The wrestling team kicked off its season at the Binghamton Open on Sunday. Despite missing four of its projected starters due to injuries, three wrestlers placed individually.Greg Einfrank '10 led the way, finishing second at the 125-pound weight class. Bryan Tracy '10 and Larry Otsuka '10 followed ...


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Men's soccer earns NCAA tourney bid

The men's soccer team needed one more win in its regular-season finale to receive a slot in the NCAA tournament. The Bears dominated from start to finish in front of a crowd of more than 3,000 at Stevenson Field to hand Dartmouth its worst defeat this season in a 3-0 win, clinching sole possession of ...


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M. Hockey loses 4-3 to Providence College

Mike Clemente '12 wasn't supposed to play much in last night's 4-3 loss to Providence College at Schneider Arena.The Bears' goalie, who had started the team's first five regular-season games, was supposed to watch from the bench while Dan Rosen '10 got his first official start of the season in net. ...


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Two ties for w. hockey as it looks for an elusive win

Having been shut out for past three straight games, the women's hockey team went into the third period against Rensselaer on Saturday facing a 1-0 deficit. Unwilling to fold, the Bears battled back. Kelly Griffin '13 scored the tying goal less than four minutes into the period, and the Bears held on ...


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Football tops Dartmouth in OT

For co-captain Jimmy Develin '10, Saturday's game was a fitting end to four years in Brown Stadium. Dartmouth, trailing 14-7 in overtime, dropped back on fourth-and-one. Develin, a defensive end, rushed into the backfield — unblocked — and sacked the quarterback. The entire Brown team rushed ...


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A mixed weekend for men's basketball

The men's basketball team split two road games, beating St. Francis College, 68-64, on Friday before falling to Virginia Tech, 69-55, on Sunday in the opening game of the Philly Hoop Group Classic.Friday, the Bears traveled to Brooklyn, N.Y., to take on St. Francis in the season opener for both teams. ...


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Despite home-crowd support, hockey falls to Cornell

Before the men's hockey season started, Head Coach Brendan Whittet '94 said he wanted his players to experience Meehan Auditorium like it was when he played for the Bears.He wanted them to see the Brown band in the stands and to be surrounded by 2,000-person crowds. Most importantly, he wanted them ...


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W. Basketball takes big loss against Friars

The women's basketball team fell to a tough Big East opponent in its season opener, losing 83-50 to the Providence Friars on Friday night.  The Bears came out playing very good basketball in the early minutes, as they stuck with the Friars in front of the home crowd at the Pizzitola Center. Hannah ...


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On Senior Day, frosh may shine

Before the football team plays Dartmouth on Saturday, the spotlight will be on the 22 senior players being honored on Senior Day. But once the ceremony ends and the game starts, two first years might steal the show.


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M. soccer tops Yale in playoff run

The men's soccer team (9-2-5, 4-2-0 Ivy) needed a win at Yale (5-8-3, 2-4-0) on Saturday to keep its Ivy League title and postseason hopes alive. Down a goal in the opening five minutes, Brown had to claw its way back into the game with a goal by T.J. Popolizio '12 — the first goal of his career ...


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Two defeats for w. volleyball

The volleyball team dropped two games this weekend, after a heart-breaking loss to Dartmouth on Friday night and a less competitive matchup against Harvard the following afternoon. The Bears' record this season dropped to 5-17 overall and 1-10 in the Ivy League.


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M. water polo claims Northern championship

The men's water polo team blew the competition out of the water to win the Northern Division Championship this weekend in Cambridge, Mass., for the first time since 1993. On Saturday, the Bears defeated MIT, 8-6, and the then beat No. 2 seed Fordham, 8-7, the following day.


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Alum kicks his way into major league soccer

Coming into his freshman year of college, Jeff Larentowicz '05 certainly didn't envision a professional soccer career. In fact, he was skeptical about his prospects at the collegiate level."I thought Brown was a bit of a reach for my talent level," Larentowicz said.But now, Larentowicz is thriving on ...


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Brown offense pounds Yale for high-scoring win

Nothing suggested Brown would have a high-scoring day against Yale. Brown's offense was shut out against Penn a week ago, and Yale had allowed just 10 points against Brown in the last two years combined. Going into the game, Yale's defense had ranked seventh in the nation in scoring. Now, it ranks 12th.The ...


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No wins, but not a total wash for w. icers

The women's hockey team picked up a point against two of the top four teams in the ECAC over the weekend.After battling to a scoreless tie with Quinnipiac on Friday night in Meehan Auditorium, Bruno fell to Princeton by a 5-0 score the following day, moving to 1-4-1 overall and 0-3-1 in ECAC play."It ...





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