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Field hockey drops Ivy opener lacking rhythm

The field hockey team lost its Ivy League opener to Columbia, 2-0, on Saturday in New York. Catherine Campbell scored twice on penalty corners, and the Lions (2-2, 1-0 Ivy) outshot the Bears by a 22-3 margin to drop Bruno to 2-3 on the season."There was a definite disconnect between our lines," said ...


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M. soccer scores big weekend on rain-soaked field

The men's soccer team (3-0-1) captured the outright Adidas-Brown Classic title after two wins against Southern Methodist University (2-2-0) and Adelphi University (1-1-2) this past weekend. Austin Mandel '12 led the way on offense, scoring two goals, and Sean Rosa '12 received the tournament's Offensive ...


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Athletic dept. fills slots despite freeze

Michael Goldberger can breathe easier now.The Director of Athletics had expected his department to lose about 30 coaches and staff members over the summer and was hardly sure if he would get the approval to replace exiting coaches given the University's hiring freeze.To his relief, the athletic department ...


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Men's water polo takes two out of three at MIT Invitational

In its season opener at the MIT Invitational last Saturday, the men's water polo team narrowly edged Claremont-McKenna College, 8-7, to claim its first victory of the season. The Bears then staged an exciting come-from-behind rally against the University of Redlands, sealing its second win at 9-7. Their ...


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Key match-ups to watch this season

With the school year starting back up, a busy fall calendar for Brown's teams is already underway, and there's plenty to look forward to. To kick off the semester, The Herald rounds up the key match-ups for each team.  Men's tennis, Sept. 18-20 and Oct. 2-4: Brown will host two tournaments this ...


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Bears send three to track finals

Three Brown athletes competed at the Division I NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship in June, led by Craig Kinsley '11, who finished third in the nation in the javelin to earn All-American honors. Brynn Smith '11 and Bryan Powlen '09 both finished in the top 20 nationally in the hammer throw and ...


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Looking back: The year in sports

With the 2008-2009 school year coming to an end, it's time to take a look back at the year of Brown sports. While the year was disappointing on many fronts for Brown athletics, it also had its share of shining moments.


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W. crew leaves Terriers in its wake on the Seekonk

The women's crew dominated Boston University on Saturday in its first home contest of the season, sweeping five races from the Terriers on the Seekonk River. With a win in the varsity eight, the Bears won the Arlene Gorton Cup for the 16th consecutive year.


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W. water polo goes 3-1 in weekend rematches

The women's water polo team had a stellar performance at the Northern Division Championship this weekend. The Bears battled previous competition — Connecticut College, Harvard, Utica and Hartwick — and won the first three games, but fell short to Hartwick.


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M. tennis wins final home match of season

The men's tennis team played its final home match of the season on Sunday, rallying to defeat Dartmouth 6-1 after a disappointing 5-2 loss to Harvard on Friday. The Bears are now tied with Harvard and Yale for third in the Ivy League, behind Columbia and Cornell.


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No. 13 m. lacrosse gets two more wins

The No. 13 men's lacrosse team finished out the week with two victories, an exciting and integral 8-6 win over Ivy League rival Harvard (6-5, 1-3), and a 10-6 non-league game against cross-town opponent Providence (6-7). Brown advanced to an 11-2 record this season, and 3-1 in the Ivy League. Brown ...


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Major League Gaming: The world's favorite new pastime

It's getting to be that time again. We're already halfway through April, and you can't turn on your television without hearing announcers plug the event. Every year it happens; another run in the playoffs, another champion. You can barely go anywhere without hearing somebody talk about it.





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