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Women's basketball splits weekend games

For women’s basketball, a win and a loss this weekend were good enough to hold onto sixth place in the Ivy League, though the team had hoped for better. After being foiled by lights-out shooting from Harvard, the Bears rebounded to with a victory over Dartmouth.   Harvard 91, Brown 71 Recent ...


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Women's basketball splits on New York road trip

A road trip to New York brought the Bears their first Ivy League win of the season this weekend. Brown beat Columbia 79-57 Saturday after losing to Cornell 80-70 Friday. “We wanted to come out with positive energy and turn things around, because it’s still early in the season,” said co-captain ...


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Overmatched women's basketball falls at Yale

The women’s basketball team lost its second Ivy League game of the year Friday, falling to Yale 73-52 on the road. The Bears (6-10, 0-2 Ivy) were heavily outscored from the field the entire game — ceding a 14-point run to the Bulldogs (8-8, 2-0) at the end of the first half to guarantee the Elis ...


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Women's basketball undone by buzzer beater

The women’s basketball team lost to Army in dramatic fashion Saturday, allowing a putback layup with just one second left on the clock. Sophie Bikofsky ’15 heaved a prayer as time expired but could not complete what would have been a 17-point comeback for the Bears. Army escaped Bruno’s late ...


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Bruno falls to Crimson but triumphs over Big Green

The women’s basketball team had a mixed weekend on the road playing Ivy League rivals Harvard and Dartmouth. Bruno (8-16, Ivy 2-8) dropped a 77-71 decision to the third-ranked Crimson (15-8, 6-3) Friday night. But the Bears ended their weekend on a high note with a 59-39 win over the Big Green (6-17, ...


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Bears lose back-to-back Ivy games

The Brown women’s basketball team fell to Ivy League competitors Princeton and Penn in back-to-back home games this weekend. Bruno (7-13, 1-5 Ivy) lost to the Tigers (14-5, 5-0), who maintained their position on top of the Ivy League with a 68-37 win. The Quakers (10-9, 3-2) also managed to edge out ...


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Bruno falls to Yale in first Ivy game

The Bears (7-9, 1-1 Ivy) suffered a disappointing loss to Yale (6-10, 1-1) last Friday in the Pizzitola Center in a 59-47 decision just one week after defeating the Bulldogs 68-67 in a buzzer-beater in New Haven. In their first matchup, which kicked off Ivy League play, the two teams dueled in the ...


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Bruno falls behind in back-to-back losses

Following an 82-48 victory in their season opener against St. Peter's University, the Bears were beaten twice on the road, falling at Fairfield University Tuesday and at the University of Vermont Saturday. The Bears (1-2) fell to Fairfield (2-1) 49-34. The Stags took command of the court from the outset, ...


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Strong season ends with losses

The women's basketball team ended its season with a hard-fought but definitive loss to top-ranked Princeton. The Tigers (23-4, 13-0 Ivy) walked off the court Saturday with a perfect Ivy season and will head to the NCAA Tournament, while the Bears (16-12, 7-7 Ivy) finished with an even .500 conference ...


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Bears net two league victories

The women's basketball team bounced back from halftime deficits against Columbia and Cornell this weekend to grab two key conference victories. Despite struggling offensively both nights at the Pizzitola Center, Bruno (14-8, 5-3 Ivy) utilized an aggressive defense to defeat the Lions (2-19, 0-7) 72-63 ...


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Bruno competes with Ivy best

There was no rest for the weary this weekend as the women's basketball team fought through two challenging conference games. The Bears (12-8, 3-3 Ivy) gave Princeton its closest Ivy League challenge of the season Friday, but eventually conceded the game, 57-45. But the team rebounded one day later, ...





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