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Daly ’20 breaks University record in 5000-meter race

Cameron Daly ’20 broke the University record for the 5000-meter track and field event at the Boston University Terrier Invitational and Columbia Challenge this weekend. His time of 14:00.31 beat the 15-year-old record by over seven seconds and his own personal best by over nine seconds. Before coming ...


Wrestling splits road trip against Binghamton, Cornell

The wrestling team notched its first victory of the year with a 19-14 triumph over Binghamton University Saturday before falling 36-4 to No. 22 Cornell later that day. With only two weight classes remaining in the dual against Binghamton and the outcome still in doubt, 197 lb wrestler Nino Bastianelli ...


Labuda ’22 breaks diving record in victory

Trevor Labuda ’22 led the men’s swimming and diving team to victory against Columbia this weekend with a record-breaking 3-meter dive. Labuda’s 354.00 points broke the program best of 351.05 that was set in 1989. Before coming to Brown from Los Altos, California, Labuda dove for the Stanford JOA ...


Historic women’s soccer season ends

Significant preparation, an intense gaze and a nothing-to-lose attitude consumed and fueled the women’s soccer team and its hopeful fans into the second round NCAA game at Florida State University Friday evening. No. 16 Bruno showed up unafraid and with a competitive spirit against reigning national ...


Losing streak snapped, football focuses in on Dartmouth

If you listen closely, you can almost hear it. A cleat colliding with a football, a thud of a running back diving into the end zone, a collective roar of celebration. It’s the sound of Brown football defeating Columbia 48-24, the sound of a senior class notching its first conference win since its ...


Women's soccer advances in NCAA tournament

Brittany Raphino ’23 heard the whistle blow and did not move. She stared down Monmouth goalie Amanda Knaub before taking the game-deciding penalty kick during the women’s soccer team’s NCAA first round matchup Saturday afternoon. If looks could kill, Raphino’s intense gaze singlehandedly ended ...


Football beats Columbia for first Ivy win in 3 years

Coming into Saturday’s game against Columbia, the football team had not tasted victory in Ivy league play since Nov. 12, 2016, when it defeated Dartmouth on the road. But against the Lions, the Bears had the look of a seasoned winning squad, dominating Columbia 48-24 to end a streak of 20 consecutive ...


Orange ’23 stars for women’s swimming

Audrey Orange ’23 got off to a blazing start in the first swim meet of her collegiate career, winning two individual races and one relay. Though Brown was defeated by Yale 173-127, Orange won the 200 meter race in just 1:51.27 and finished the 500 meters in 4:56.88. Orange, who attended The Chapin ...


Women’s soccer to play Monmouth for NCAA first round

Director of Athletics Jack Hayes waited just 10 seconds after finding out who Brown would play for the first round of the NCAA tournament before approaching women’s soccer Head Coach Kia McNeill for a chat. The team and a room of supporters gathered on the second floor of the Pizzitola Center for ...


Men’s hockey topples Colgate 4-1 on the road

The men’s hockey team continued conference play on the road this weekend, claiming a 4-1 victory over Colgate University Saturday after falling to No. 4 Cornell 4-1 Friday. Saturday’s win featured a formidable performance in net from goaltender Luke Kania ’21, who made 42 saves to power the Bears ...


Women’s hockey defeats RPI 2-1 in home opener

The Bears returned for their home opener after five losses on the road to defeat Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2-1, earning their first victory of the season. The following night Bruno fell to Union College 1-4 on home ice. “I think being home always has an impact,” said Head Coach Carisa Wahlig. ...

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