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Softball seniors step up in weekend series loss to Harvard

Softball (13-23, 5-13 Ivy League) lost two of three games to Harvard (17-16, 11-4) in a weekend series in which every contest was decided by one run. After dropping the series opener Saturday 2-1, the Bears locked in on defense to render Harvard scoreless in the second game and tied the series with ...

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Softball edged out by Columbia in weekend series

Softball (12-21, 4-11 Ivy League) lost a three-game series to Columbia (11-21, 7-8) over the weekend at home, winning the first game of the series Friday and losing both games of a Saturday doubleheader. Despite winning the first game against the Lions 3-2, the Bears lost the first contest in the ...

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Softball swept by Dartmouth in three tight weekend games

The softball team (11-18, 3-9 Ivy) came up short in all three of their games at Dartmouth (12-20, 6-3 Ivy) this past weekend. After the Saturday game ended with Brown scoring just one run, the Bears stepped up offensively and scored four and seven runs respectively in their Sunday walk-off losses. ...


Softball sweeps Tuesday doubleheader against Holy Cross

The softball team (6-12, 0-3 Ivy League) swept a doubleheader against the College of the Holy Cross (5-16) at home Tuesday afternoon. In its first win, Brown scored a season-high 16 runs for a final score of 16-2. The following game, the Bears’ pitching staff buckled down and did not allow a Holy ...

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For Black Brown athletics alums, sports remain central

Dennis Coleman ’75 and Bekah Salwasser ’01 were both accomplished athletes during their time at Brown — Coleman started as quarterback for the Bears for two seasons while Salwasser was two-time captain of the women’s soccer team. Though they no longer take the field for Brown, sports remain ...

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Men’s hockey team drops game against LIU in final seconds

The men’s hockey team (4-14, 4-8 Eastern College Athletic Conference) lost a tight matchup against the Long Island University Sharks (7-14-3) at home Sunday evening in their final non-conference game of the season. After Brown fought its way back from a two goal deficit, Long Island University ...

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