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Athlete of the week: Mullery '10 passes 1,000-point mark

Matt Mullery '10 became just the 23rd player in Brown history to score 1,000 career points, hitting the milestone in the men's basketball team's game against No. 22 Cornell last weekend. The Bears were ahead in the second half against the Big Red, but Cornell ultimately won, 74-60. Mullery led all scorers ...


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Bank CEO Moynihan '81 started on rugby field

The men's rugby team at Brown is technically a club, but those who are more intimate with the team know that the rugby program is not your average college club team. Rugby is a way of life, and for Brian Moynihan '81, it was the first stepping stone on his way to a prolific career.


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M. basketball team drops two in Ivies

Matt Mullery '10 made the Brown basketball record books Saturday night, but the Big Red ultimately spoiled the party. As Mullery became the 23rd player in Bears' history to score 1,000 career points, No. 25 Cornell (20-3, 6-0 Ivy) pulled away from a feisty Brown (7-16, 1-5 Ivy) squad late in the second ...


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M. hockey ties Dartmouth after loss to Harvard

With the men's hockey team trailing Dartmouth, 4-2, and less than seven minutes left in regulation, it looked like Brown was going to go 0-2 on the weekend. But the Bears scored three goals in the next five minutes before Dartmouth got another goal with just 28 seconds left, evening the score at 5-5. ...


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Women's Basketball

Brown stays even in conference games

This weekend's contests for the women's basketball team looked oddly similar to last weekend's. Columbia, which is 13-7, and Cornell, which has yet to win an Ivy League game, resembled last weekend's league-leading Princeton and 1-18 Penn. But team records weren't the only similarities between the two ...


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After promising start, weekend disappoints Bears

The wrestling team hosted four dual meets last weekend at the Pizzitola Center. After winning the first dual meet against Boston University, 28-12, the Bears dropped the second to Drexel, 27-9. The next day, they faced off against Penn and Princeton and lost both duals, 6-35 and 15-21, respectively, ...


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Forward Jack Maclellan '12 keeps cool

Jack Maclellan '12 scored a goal in both of the men's hockey games last weekend — the 4-3 win over Rensselaer and the 2-2 tie with No. 18 Union. He was also on the penalty kill which held Union scoreless the final 1:54 of overtime to preserve the tie.Though Maclellan scored only one goal in the ...


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Men's Basketball

Ivy League News of the Break

No. 25 Cornell men's basketball nearly slays Goliath in non-conference, is now Goliath in conferenceCornell destroyed Harvard, 86-50, in a battle of the Ivy League unbeatens last Saturday.  The Big Red are 4-0 in the Ivy League, and haven't won a conference game by fewer than 21 points this season. ...


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Wrestlers fall at home dual meet

The wrestling team hosted its first home dual meet on Saturday against Army. Despite the home advantage, the Bears did not come out on top in close matches and lost the dual, 27-6.


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Men's Basketball

Strictly business on court for Sullivan bros.

Most people go to college to get away from their younger siblings, but it ended up being a different story for the Sullivan brothers, who share more than just the basketball floor here at Brown. Peter Sullivan '11 and Matt Sullivan '13 are the first brother duo to start together at Brown since Don Tarr ...


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Squash teams find success in two weekend matches up north

The No. 14 men's and No. 8 women's squash teams both took on Bowdoin and Bates this weekend, looking to get on the right track after tough losses to perennial-powerhouse Trinity last week.  It was a successful weekend, as both squads got moving in the right direction.The men's team opened the weekend ...


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M. swim evens Ivy League record

Men's Swimming & Diving On Friday, the men's swimming and diving team out-swam Columbia by 30 points — in its adopted home pool in Lowell, Mass. — in the most exciting meet of the season to bring its record to 2-2 in the Ivy League, said Head Coach Peter Brown.


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Skiing, Jan. 28

After a series of crashes, the skiing team fell from first to fourth place in the ECSC MacConnell Division standings this past weekend.


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Men's Basketball

M. hoops finishes 3-5 in rough stretch

After finishing up what Head Coach Jesse Agel called a challenging out-of-conference schedule, men's basketball opened up Ivy League play with a split against Yale in two games over the past two weeks. Overall, the Bears put up a 3-5 record over winter break play.Returning from a 21-day break, the Bears ...


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M. hockey struggles on ice after 25-day hibernation

The pressure couldn't be any greater for goalie Michael Clemente '12 and the Brown defense this season. Shut down the cage, and the Bears win. Slip up three times, and it's going to be a long night. In games in which the team (6-12-1, 4-7-1 ECAC Hockey) has let in at least three goals, the Bears are ...





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