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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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Hahn '10: MLB lessons learned

Now that the World Series is over and the Yankees are once again champions of baseball, the world, universe, whatever, it's a great time to step back and reflect on what we learned. Baseball is a simple game, and here are some simple lessons. Fear the YankeesSaying the Yankees are really good is an ...


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For Bears, one last shot at Yale

Coming into this season, the football team's seniors had — at some point in their college careers — beaten every team they have faced except three: the University of Rhode Island, Holy Cross and Yale. But the Bears beat URI, 28-20, in a home game on Oct. 3.


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M. tennis ends fall season with well-played tournament

Four men from the tennis team competed at the Harvard Halloween Tournament this past weekend. Andrew Yazmer '12, Jimmy Crystal '12, Luciano Musella '13 and Miles Garrigues '13 all played in both singles and doubles against players from six other schools. Yazmer advanced into the semifinals before he ...


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Equestrian extends lead over regional competition

A 13-hour show last weekend left the equestrian riders little time for trick or treating. However, coming home with a "sweet" first-place title, the Bears had all the treats they could ask for.Connecticut College presented just another opportunity for Bruno to show why they are the dominant team in ...


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Quakers shake m. soccer out of top 25

The men's soccer team (8-2-5, 3-2-0 Ivy) dropped out of the top 25 after a disappointing 1-0 loss to Penn (6-6-3, 2-2-1 Ivy) Sunday afternoon at Stevenson Field. Despite outshooting the Quakers 24-12, the Bears could not overcome an early score in the opening 15 minutes of play.


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Cross country squads each take fifth

Last Friday's trip to the Bronx for the 2009 Ivy League Heptagonal Championship brought mixed emotions for the men's and women's cross-country squads. Both teams had great individual successes, but the day was bittersweet, as each finished in fifth place overall. Columbia took the men's title, while ...


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Ethan Hammerman '13: Favre as hate-able as ever

It's hard to believe the NFL season is half over.It was only two months ago when NFL fans still thought the Tennessee Titans had a legitimate chance of winning the Super Bowl, the Indianapolis Colts could have trouble adjusting to the new regime of Jim Caldwell and the Buffalo Bills — with the ...


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Men's water polo on the up and up with victory over MIT

As the Northern Division Championships swiftly approach, men's water polo appears to be playing stronger than ever. In their recent game against MIT on Sunday, the Bears edged out the Engineers, 14-12.MIT took the lead, 4-2, after eight minutes of play. But the Bears did not let this crush their morale, ...


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Late Penn goal spells loss for w. soccer

Despite a strong performance on an unseasonably warm Senior Day, the women's soccer team fell 1-0 to the Penn Quakers Saturday.  A surprising breakaway goal in the 80th minute by Penn forward Marin McDermott gave the Quakers the only tally of the match, and silenced a Stevenson Field crowd expecting ...


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Quakers' defense keeps Bears away for a 14-7 win

Before this Saturday, no one on Penn's football roster had ever won an overtime game in college. They dropped three straight in 2006 and had lost three since. An overtime field goal hit the upright against Yale in 2006. The next week that year, a field goal missed versus Brown. An extra point missed ...


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Field hockey loses season's penultimate game

The field hockey team fell to Penn, 4-0, on Saturday in its penultimate game of the season.The final game atop blustery Warner Roof was a bittersweet experience for seniors Whitney Knowlton '10, Madison Miketa '10 and tri-captains Jackie Connard '10, Nora Malgieri '10 and Michaela Seigo '10."We're all ...


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M. hockey drops opener at Princeton

Men's hockey Head Coach Brendan Whittet '94 said before this weekend that he didn't know who would win the starting goalie job this season. His decision didn't get any easier this weekend. Dan Rosen '10 and Mike Clemente '12, who each started a game this weekend, allowed just one goal between them.Clemente ...


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Coach Whittet '94 awaits excitement on ice, in stands

New men's hockey Head Coach Brendan Whittet '94 remembers when Meehan Auditorium was filled every Friday and Saturday night the hockey team played at home. He remembers students singing the national anthem, Bruno the mascot running around the stands, the Brown band playing on the ice.






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