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Clemente helps block Yale from semifinals

Goalie Michael Clemente '12 held No. 6 Yale, the top-scoring team in the ECAC Hockey, to just two goals for the first time since January on Friday night in the men's hockey team's three-game playoff series.  And after a rough Saturday night, he bounced back and shut out the Bulldogs on Sunday, ...


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Baseball still positive after three straight losses

A week after pulling an unlikely upset over Pepperdine, the Bears (1-6) traveled to the University of South Carolina (11-4) to take on another perennial power. The Gamecocks, ranked 19th by Baseball America heading into the weekend series, handed the Bears three straight losses. But despite losing all ...


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Softball's Chin '11 pitches perfect game

Though the softball team (7-3) lost the first game of the Lady Pirate Classic in Hampton, Va., they went on to win the next five games — including the championship game against the host school, Hampton (7-16).Central Connecticut State 6, Brown 5The Bears started off slowly on Friday morning and ...


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Shooting the puck with Volpatti '10

With the men's hockey team's season on the line last weekend, tri-captain Aaron Volpatti '10 led the Bears to an upset triumph over Rensselaer in the first round of the ECAC Hockey Playoffs. Volpatti scored a goal in each of Brown's three games, bringing his season total to 10 goals, third-best on the ...


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Brown upsets RPI, advances in ECAC playoffs

The stakes couldn't have been any higher. With Brown leading, 3-2, in the last moments of the final contest in a three-game playoff series and the Rensselaer goaltender pulled in favor of an extra attacker, Brown goalie Michael Clemente '12 needed to deny every shot that came his way in order for the ...


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Despite double weekend loss, seniors receive ovation

This weekend was supposed to be all about Brown's two seniors. But it was the opposing teams that ended up celebrating on the Bears' home court both Friday and Saturday night. The Cornell Big Red (27-4, 13-1 Ivy) clinched their third-straight Ivy League title with a 95-76 victory, and the Columbia Lions ...


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Pitcher has major-league ambitions

Every summer, college students begin internships intended to expose them to a particular career, provide networking opportunities and — they hope — lead to a job after graduation. In reality, a lot of internships are spent making coffee, updating spreadsheets and answering phones. But for ...


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Out of doors, w. track team dreams of redemption

Despite a disappointing finish to the indoor season, the men's and women's track and field teams are entering the outdoor season with enthusiasm and high expectations. With key members returning from injury and the return of all three national and nine regional qualifiers from last year, it is easy ...


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Young softball team improves prospects

With nine freshmen on the roster, the softball team has a lot of new faces this season. But the players and coaches believe that with the new faces also comes a new attitude, and with that new attitude come higher expectations.


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For w. lax, old grudges over

Playing sports in high school, most athletes probably remember having an arch-nemesis, that player on their rival school's team that they just couldn't stand. Maybe they played nasty on the field. Maybe they refused to shake hands post-game. Maybe they were the only other player on the field that could ...


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For golf, no place to go but up

Relying heavily on a young group still getting used to the challenges of college golf, the men's golf team is looking to finish in the top half of the Ivy League this spring, according to Head Coach Mike Hughes. 


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