The Bears’ 5-1 victory over Yale marked the 100th career win for Head Coach Brendan Whittet ’94. Bruno returns to action with visits to Cornell and Colgate University this weekend.

Men’s hockey eclipses Yale 5-1 in home opener

November 3, 2019 0 comments

The men’s hockey team opened its season with a home-and-home series against Yale this weekend, earning a 5-1 victory at home Saturday after falling to the Bulldogs 3-2 in a close contest on the road Friday.

Despite an impressive performance by EJ Perry ’21, featuring a 50-yard touchdown rush, the Bears lost their 19th staight Ivy League game.

Football comeback falls short against Penn Saturday

November 3, 2019 0 comments

After the football team fell to Cornell on a go-ahead field goal during the game’s waning seconds last weekend, Brown hoped to rebound Saturday against a Penn squad that was still searching for its first Ivy League victory of the season.

Mathew Chow ’20 scored a goal early in the second half to give the Bears the lead, but the Quakers eventually scored on a penalty kick to tie the game. The game ended in a draw after 110 minutes of play.

Men’s soccer battles to 1-1 draw against Penn

November 3, 2019 0 comments

In an even match from the opening whistle to the end of double overtime, the Brown Bears battled Penn to a 1-1 draw Saturday.

First year phenom Brittany Raphino ’23 has led the women’s soccer team with eight goals scored and 19 overall points in 14 total games.

Raphino ’23 uses offensive firepower to keep soccer undefeated in Ivy League

November 1, 2019 0 comments

Brittany Raphino ’23 has scored four goals in her last three games for the women’s soccer team and has posted 19 points on the season. Bruno is currently leading the Ivy League with a 5-0-0 conference record and a 12-1-1 overall performance and is set to close out the season a week from tomorrow.

The men’s hockey team will open its 29-game schedule at Yale Friday, before returning home to host the Bulldogs the next night. The team hopes that this season will build on last year’s successes.

Men’s hockey to open season against Yale

October 30, 2019 0 comments

Right now, Meehan Auditorium, a dome-shaped arena located at the north of campus, is quiet. The ice lays freshly made under the glow of the lamps, punctuated by bright blue and red lines. Levels of empty stadium-style seats line the edges of the rink, and two scoreboards, one at each end of the building, are blank.

Saturday’s victory with goals from Raphino ’23 extended Brown’s winning streak to 12. Big Red ranks last in the the Ivy League conference.

Women’s soccer defeats Cornell 2-0

October 28, 2019 0 comments

The women’s soccer team entered Saturday’s game against Cornell leading the Ivy League with an 11-1-1 record and a dominant presence on the field. The Big Red was well aware of Brown’s prowess — as Chance the Rapper so famously said, “They don’t want no problems, want no problems with Brown.”

Bears sought their first Ivy conference victory since 2016 going into Saturday’s game but lost 37-25 against Big Red.

Football faces heartbreaking loss against Cornell

October 28, 2019 0 comments

In an intense Saturday matchup against Cornell, the football team was just one first down away from snapping its Ivy losing streak, which began in 2016.

A draw on the road kept Bruno’s hopes of winning the Ivy League Title alive. The 1-1-2 Bears currently sit in 5th place, four points behind conference leader Yale.

Men’s soccer fights to double-overtime draw with Cornell

October 28, 2019 0 comments

Coming off of a heartbreaking loss against the College of the Holy Cross Tuesday, the men’s soccer team took to the road to battle Cornell. Bruno came out strong with the opening goal in the 22nd minute, but the game ultimately ended after double overtime in a 1-1 tie.

Makena Ehlert ’20 has been a constant force this season, playing in every set and standing at second in both Ivy kills and points.

Ehlert ’20 leads Bears to win over Lions

October 25, 2019 0 comments

Outside hitter Makena Ehlert ’20 recorded 19 kills and two blocks to lead Brown in a win against Columbia over the weekend.

Schuyler Bailar, the first transgender athlete to compete on a NCAA Division 1 men’s team, spoke at the University last Thursday.

Schuyler Bailar speaks on being first trans D1 athlete in men’s sports

October 24, 2019 0 comments

Schuyler Bailar, the first transgender athlete to compete on a NCAA Division 1 men’s team, spoke last Thursday about his experience of transitioning in the middle of his Harvard swimming career.