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W. hoops falls to other Ivies in weekend games

In a league where players don't play for scholarships but rather for love of the game, it's almost certain that emotions are going to run high. On their final home stand, the women's basketball team left it all on the court as they fought for the upset against the Ivy League's second-ranked Harvard ...


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Women's Basketball

Stepping up to the line for Haiti

The women's basketball team expected to hit roughly 70 percent of its shots — its season average — in a free throw fundraiser named Hoops for Haiti on Feb. 17.  But with more than just a game on the line, the Bears made 85 percent of their attempts and raised $5,000 for UNICEF."It's ...


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Men's Basketball

M. hoops shocks Princeton

Steve Gruber '10 is a backup point guard who averages just four points a game. But in the waning seconds against Princeton on Saturday night, his record was irrelevant. Gruber sunk two clutch free throws with eight seconds remaining, helping the Bears (10-17, 4-6 Ivy) grab an upset victory over the ...


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Bears mount two third-period comebacks

What a way to go out on Senior Night. With just 35 seconds remaining and the Bears trailing St. Lawrence by one goal, tri-captain Devin Timberlake '10 came charging down the slot and got the puck. Firing it into the back of the net, he tied the game, 2-2, and sent the home crowd of 1,574 into hysterics. ...


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Icers snap 10-game losing streak with Princeton win

Laurie Jolin '13 scored with 19 seconds left in overtime to stun Princeton Friday night on the Tigers' home ice. The 4-3 victory gave the women's hockey team its first ECAC Hockey win on the final weekend of the season."We came together as a team, and we finally played a complete game," said Head Coach ...


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Tumblers lose to tough competition

"If you like peeling pieces of skin the size of quarters off of your hands, bars are for you," says Haley Graham, the bad-ass gymnast in the film "Stick It," pleasantly describing the appeal of the uneven parallel bars in women's gymnastics. Brown has its own bad-ass on bars: Julia Meyer '13.She took ...


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Gymnastics team finds true meaning of winter

Katie Goddard '12 isn't afraid of a little pain. A nasty, dinner-plate-sized bruise, undoubtedly the result of a tumble gone awry, colored her backside as she took the floor by storm Feb. 14. She's not scared of the competition, either. She earned the top spot on floor, edging out a former Olympian ...


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Former Brown w. hockey players on Olympic ice

Women's hockey alum Becky Kellar '97 is taking the ice in Vancouver this month to play in her fourth Olympic Games as a member of Team Canada, shooting for her third gold medal. The blue-liner won a silver medal at Nagano in 1998 in women's hockey's first year as a medal sport before taking the gold ...


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Gymnasts finish in 2nd, post season-high scores

Do a backflip. Do it gracefully and with a smile on your face. Do it on a four-inch-wide, leather-bound steel beam, four feet off the ground. And you'd better stick the dismount.That was beam standout Julia Meyer's '13 task on Sunday. And that's exactly what she did.Though neither Meyer nor the team ...


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Sports

M. soccer begins search for new head coach

The Department of Athletics is accepting applications for the men's soccer head coach position after posting the job opening on Feb. 5. The search started after former Head Coach Mike Noonan officially resigned to take an offer from Clemson on Dec. 24. The department intends to select a new coach by ...


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Third alum in three years makes it to Super Bowl

For the third straight season, a former Brown football player suited up for the Super Bowl. Colin Cloherty '09 made the Super Bowl roster as the fourth-string tight end for the Colts. Last season, Sean Morey '99 played in the big game for the Cardinals as a wide-receiver and special teams player. And ...


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U. considers cutting varsity sports teams

The University should re-evaluate the "number and mix" of varsity sports programs to save money and improve athletes' experiences, the athletics subcommittee of the Organizational Review Committee recommended to President Ruth Simmons in its report released last week.





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