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M. soccer comes off loss to beat Cornell

The Cornell men were in dire need of an Ivy League soccer win Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y., but the No. 18 Brown men's soccer team would not budge an inch.With a golden goal by Thomas McNamara '13 in the 71st minute, the Bears (8-1-5, 3-1-0 Ivy) put away the Big Red in a 1-0 win."We had a game plan, and ...


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Doubles teams represent Bruno at ITA Regionals

Six players on the men's tennis team represented Brown in the four-day ITA Regionals from Oct. 16 to 19. Co-captains Kendrick Au '11 and Charlie Posner '11 advanced to the doubles final on the last day, losing 9-7 to Alistair Felton and Andy Nguyen from Harvard."All the teams at Regionals are top teams," ...


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Cross country travels to Indiana

The men's and women's cross country squads traveled to Indiana last weekend to compete in the 2009 Indiana State University Pre-National Invitational. Both teams showed strength in a large field of schools from across the country.


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Ethan Hammerman '13: Don't take me out to the ball game

Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd … " Don't you just hate that song? I mean, peanuts and Cracker Jack? If I go to a baseball game, I at least want a soft pretzel or hot dog for my troubles, not any of these chintzy, salty, dusty snack foods.Now, I really hate some things ...


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Strong showing from Brown crew

The men's and women's crew teams posted strong results against elite international competition over the weekend. The varsity eights closed out the competition on Sunday in the Championship Eights division, as the men took fifth and the women placed eighth.The men got off to a searing start, posting ...


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Field hockey falls to Princeton

The field hockey team fell to No. 4 Princeton, 5-1, on Saturday. The Tigers (11-2, 4-0 Ivy League) held advantages of 31-2 in shots and 18-1 in penalty corners, but Brown (4-8, 0-4) outscored Princeton in the second half.As an icy wind whipped Warner Roof, the Tigers blew away the Bears in the first ...


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Bears tame Tigers with second-half offensive surge

Most wide receivers would be happy after having four catches and 30 yards in an upset of a nationally ranked team. But Buddy Farnham '10 isn't like most receivers.After Farnham's 30-yard day against Holy Cross last week, Brown Head Coach Phil Estes said he could tell Farnham wished he had played a bigger ...


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Men's water polo splits weekend

While much of the student body relaxed over the long weekend, the men's water polo team traveled to Massachusetts to face Harvard and Iona. After a 15-8 win against Harvard on Saturday, the team fell to Iona the following day, 10-9.


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Equestrian rides to the top

The equestrian riders took matters into their own hands at their home show this weekend with a strong win, earning them first place in the show as well as in the Region 1, Zone 1 season standings.





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