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Sophomore athletes take on field for first time

The first games of the fall athletics season, which took place earlier this month for most teams, underscored a return to normalcy for the University’s athletics department. But for sophomore student-athletes, who spent their first year at the University on the sidelines — and on Zoom — the return ...


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Gordon Ernst ’89 to plead guilty in Varsity Blues

Gordon Ernst ’89, a former Division I tennis coach at Georgetown University, will admit to profiting over $3 million through his involvement in the Varsity Blues college admissions scandal. Ernst, one of nearly four dozen defendants to plead guilty in the case, will accept a list of charges that includes ...


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Governor McKee hosts press conference to promote Governor's Cup

In advance of Saturday’s Governor's Cup showdown between the Brown and University of Rhode Island football teams, Governor Dan McKee hosted a press conference outside the Rhode Island State Capitol Tuesday afternoon to promote the event. Brown Head Coach James Perry '00 and URI Head Coach Jim Fleming ...


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Men’s soccer defeats Niagara in historic 5-1 blowout

The men’s soccer team returned to winning ways Saturday at home against Niagara University (1-4) with a 5-1 victory. The Bears (2-1) were clinical offensively with five different goalscorers, including Paul Elliott ’23, Dennis Pyetsukh ’22, Zakary Lawal ’23 and Kojo Dadzie ’24, who each notched ...


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Men's soccer drops home opener 4-2 against Bryant

The men’s soccer team (1-1) suffered a disappointing loss to Bryant University (1-3) in their season home opener at the newly renovated Stevenson-Pincince Field Wednesday. The Bears, who were playing without midfielder Derek Waleffe ’22 and goalkeeper James Swomley ’22, jumped to a 2-0 lead in ...


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Field hockey edges Merrimack College 2-1, improves to 2-0

The field hockey team (2-0-0) defeated the Merrimack College Warriors (0-0-4) by a score of 2-1 to cap off their opening weekend homestand. The Bears dominated offensively the entire game, outshooting the Warriors 23-2 and putting 18 of those shots on goal, but Merrimack’s stout defensive approach ...


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Women’s soccer takes 2-1 victory over Oklahoma State

The women’s soccer team (3-1) defeated the Oklahoma State University Cowgirls (3-2) in a highly-contested match at Stevenson-Pincince Field Sunday morning. The victory over a Cowgirls team that advanced to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament last year was a coup for the Bears, who have now won their ...


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Six Brown athletes represented in 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Five Brown alums and one current student are currently competing in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. Hanna Barakat ’22, Janet Leung ’16, Cicely Madden ’18, Alex Miklasevich ’19, Jagger Stephens ’20 and Anders Weiss ’15 are participating in five different athletic events representing four ...


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Out on the field: Life as an LGBTQ student-athlete at Brown

When a high school student decides to play a sport at the collegiate level, signing a letter of intent means more than just new opportunities. In the world of varsity athletics, teammates train side-by-side in practices and spend hours packed together in buses for travel games. Committing to a team ...


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Artificial turf levels playing field for Brown football

Brown athletics announced Tuesday that the playing surface at Brown stadium will be upgraded to artificial turf prior to the start of the upcoming season. The new playing surface will be named the Richard Gouse field at Brown Stadium in honor of the project’s lead donor, Richard Gouse ’68, who was ...


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U. hires Melanie Ruzzi as women’s hockey coach

Melanie Ruzzi was hired as the new head coach of the women's hockey team, Vice President  for Athletics and Recreation M. Grace Calhoun PhD’92 announced in a statement May 20. Ruzzi will replace former women's hockey coach Zaban Wahlig, who stepped down from the position April 14. Ruzzi called the ...






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