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Historic football clash set for Brown Stadium tomorrow

At 6 p.m. Saturday, the sun will start to set over Providence, but historic Brown Stadium will be lighting up. For the first time, the Bears will host a night game at its 85-year-old stadium, as they take on Harvard in a crucial Ivy League matchup. Temporary lights have been installed for the special ...


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Bright futures ahead for sophomore athletes

Misia Krasowski '13 and water polo player Svetozar Stefanovic '13 arrived at Brown last fall as talented athletes, excited to help their respective teams. What the two did not expect was just how influential they would end up being.


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An Explanation of Fandom

It's hard for me to place my finger on exactly when it was that I first became a sports fan. Growing up, I was as uncoordinated and awkward as the study dates I see going on in the Sci Li so often. My time was spent reading the various Goosebumps books and discussing which Pokemon would be the best ...


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Tronti '11 gets it done for the Bears

Last year, running back Zachary Tronti '11 suffered from a serious season-ending injury. But after the Bears won their first game of the season against Stony Brook, Tronti and the Bears look to be in good shape for the rest of the season.


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W. soccer takes two opponents to overtime

The Bears (3-2-1) had fans on the edge of their seats this week. They took Army (7-2-0) into overtime on Wednesday evening and came out with a 2-1 win. Returning home on Sunday afternoon, their match against Sacred Heart (4-3-2) went into two overtimes, ending in a 0-0 tie.  


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M. soccer remains undefeated after weekend victories

BOSTON — This weekend was a true early-season test for the men's soccer team (4-0-2). The Bears welcomed a nationally ranked opponent to Stevenson Field on Friday and then went on the road to face a squad looking for an upset. But Brown preserved its unbeaten record after securing wins against ...


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Bruno looks to avenge 2009 one-point loss

After an 0-2 start to its 2009 season, the football team is aware of the importance of a strong start to this fall's campaign. The Bears' journey starts Saturday with a clash against the Stony Brook Seawolves in a rematch of last year's 21-20 loss, a defeat that has left a "bad taste in our mouth up ...


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Volleyball beats PC, goes 2-2 on week

There are certain rivalries in college sports that shut down entire cities, turn sibling against sibling and provide bragging rights for the rest of the year: Michigan vs. Ohio State in football, Duke vs. North Carolina in basketball and USC vs. UCLA in just about every sport. The crosstown women's ...





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