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M. soccer tears on undefeated

The No. 15 men's soccer team (7-0-4, 2-0-0 Ivy) continued its winning streak with a 4-2 victory over Princeton on Saturday and a 3-1 win over Rutgers on Tuesday night. Four different Bears scored goals in the two contests, including two goals each from Sean Rosa '12 and Nick Elenz-Martin '10.Brown 4, ...


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Volleyball falls to Penn and Princeton

The women's volleyball team, suffering from a tough start to their Ivy League season, fell to Ivy co-leader Penn (3-0, 11-4) on Friday night and Princeton (1-2, 3-11) the following afternoon. The Quakers were quick to sweep Brown, 3-0, despite Brown's best efforts to hold onto the score. Saturday afternoon ...


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Equestrian gallops to third place finish at URI

The equestrian team started its season with a solid performance the University of Rhode Island last Sunday. The Bears finished third overall, anchored by Liz Giliberti '10.Giliberti, who had a very strong junior season, got off on the right foot, taking first place in the Open Flat division and third ...


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M. tennis wins with balance, leadership from juniors

The men's tennis team hosted the Bruno Classic in memory of Margaux Powers —a supporter of the program who was murdered in May of last year — for the second time this year from Oct. 2-4. Boston College, Binghamton University and Georgetown University also competed in the tournament. The ...


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M. soccer ties BU, tops Columbia

The 23rd-ranked men's soccer team (5-0-4, 1-0-0) played in its third and fourth-consecutive overtime games last week, battling No. 16 BU (7-3-2) to a 3-3 tie in double overtime, and salvaging a 2-1 overtime win over Columbia Saturday in its Ivy League opener.


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Wideout Farnham '10 decorated

Wide-receiver Buddy Farnham ‘10 picked up a pair of honors after starring in the football team's rain-soaked 28-20 victory over URI Saturday, securing the Governor's Cup for the first time in his four years at Brown.Farnham was named the National Special Teams Player of the Week by The Sports ...


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2009 MLB Playoffs: Do I feel lucky?

It's that time of year again! Baseball Playoffs!I know what you're thinking — okay, fine, I only got four of the eight playoff teams in my preseason predictions — this kid sucks at predictions. Blame the World Baseball Classic.But this year, we're in luck. Break out your baseball gear, you ...


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A New York win over Columbia for women's soccer

The women's soccer team (3-5-0, 1-1-0 Ivy League) bounced back from an opening loss in league play this weekend, pulling out a 1-0 victory over the Columbia Lions in New York.Joyce Chun '11 scored the decisive goal once again, marking the second time in the last three games she has notched a game-winner ...


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Volleyball falls to Yale in Ivy Opener, 3-0

The volleyball team lost to Ivy champion Yale, 3-0, on Friday in a rough start to its Ivy League season.The Bulldogs (11-1, 1-0 Ivy) have lost only four sets thus far in one of their best starts in school history. The loss drops the Bears' record to 4-8 this season and 0-1 in the league. "The scores ...


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Field hockey improves record but remains winless in Ivy League

After 100 minutes, the field hockey team remained deadlocked with Vermont, 2-2, on Sunday afternoon, sending the game to penalty strokes. After the Bears had taken a 3-1 lead in the best-of-five stroke-off, the Catamounts sent out Mackenzie Williams, who needed to beat Caroline Washburn '12 to keep ...


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Bears beat URI in a muddy weekend game

With rainy skies overhead and a slick ball under center, football's game against the University of Rhode Island Saturday looked like it would turn into a run-dominated battle in the mud. But the wet conditions didn't stop Brown Head Coach Phil Estes from sticking to what the Bears do best: giving the ...


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Football Preview: For wideout, URI rivalry is personal

Star wide receiver Bobby Sewall '10 used to root against Brown football. Growing up, he went to the annual games between Brown and the University of Rhode Island with his mom, a URI graduate, cheered for her alma mater and wondered if he could one day play in a game like that.


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M. water polo gaining momentum, chemistry

In the past week the men's water polo team beat the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 6-5, and Fordham, 11-9, then fell to St. Francis by a score of 12-5. Despite the loss, the team is improving, and its "chemistry" is strengthening with each game, said Head Coach Felix Mercado.


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W. volleyball earns split at tourney

The Bears (4-7) battled for a 1-1 split this weekend at the Bryant Invitational. After sweeping Howard University (3-17) in the first match, Brown narrowly fell to the host Bulldogs (3-11), 3-2, in the second. Brianna Williamson '11 fueled the Bears with a combined 27 kills, 22 digs and six service ...


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W. Soccer splits weekend

The women's soccer team experienced a week of mixed success with a dramatic victory followed by a disappointing conference loss.Last Thursday night at Stevenson Field, goalie Brenna Hogue '10 led the Bears to a 1-0 shutout over Army. Hogue's quest for her ninth career shutout was in danger early in ...


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Men's soccer ends weekend with two ties

The No. 25 men's soccer team (4-0-3) took on Santa Clara (2-4-1) and San Francisco (3-3-1) this past weekend, coming away with two 1-1 double-overtime ties. The Bears remain undefeated this season, but the trip to California was not completely satisfying, according to goalie Paul Grandstrand '11. "It's ...


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Field hockey drops to 0-2 in Ivy League play

The field hockey team split a pair of home games last week, beating Sacred Heart, 3-2, on Wednesday before falling to Dartmouth, 8-3, on Saturday on Warner Roof. Bruno's 3-4 record is its best start since 2006, but the team has started 0-2 in Ivy League play for the third straight year.


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Fourth-quarter rally batted away by Crimson

A week ago, Drew Plichta '10 missed an extra point and a last second, 40-yard field goal in the football team's loss to Stony Brook. After the tough loss, Head Coach Phil Estes said he would give the kicker a chance to "come back."






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