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Alex Wainger: The shot before "The Shot"

Anyone who followed March Madness this year will remember “The Shot.” With fewer than five seconds to play in the NCAA National Championship game and overtime looming, Villanova University’s Kris Jenkins caught a pass, set his feet and delivered one of the greatest game-winning shots in the history ...

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Wainger '16: Athletes work harder than you do

In my first semester at Brown, I got a C in MATH 0180: “Intermediate Calculus.” Not a just-missed-a-B C. Not a forgot-to-turn-in-four-homeworks C. Not even an I-don’t-care-about-this-class C. I tried as hard as I could all semester long, and it took a miracle on the final exam to earn my C. You ...

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Wainger '16: Come for the shirt, stay for the game

Two weeks ago, I made the 20-minute trek from my off-campus apartment up to the Pizzitola Center to watch the men’s basketball team take on Princeton. I like to get to the court early and stake out a good seat, but at 5:45 p.m. — a full 15 minutes before the start of the game — droves of people ...

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Sports Roundup: All-League Awards

As leaves litter the streets and campus prepares for the inevitable first signs of snow, fall sports are coming to a close. And with the last games of the season come end-of-year awards. A number of Bears were chosen for a variety of honors in their respective sports’ conferences. Men’s Soccer Five ...


Men's soccer opens title chase against Ivy foe Yale

The men’s soccer team needs just three games to go in its favor in order to win the Ivy League. Trailing Dartmouth by five points in the standings, the Bears will need to win the remainder of their two-game schedule and have the Big Green lose its next game. The good news is that the second-place ...


Three shutout halves not enough for women's soccer weekend sweep

The women’s soccer team played a flawless 135 minutes of soccer in its two games this weekend, but a sloppy first half against Providence College kept the Bears from sweeping the homestand. Playing and competing for the entire game “was a big key for us,” said Head Coach Phil Pincince. “We played ...


Rookies instill women's soccer with talent, energy

Despite losing five key starters to graduation, the women’s soccer team is confident it can rebound from 2014’s last-place conference record of 1-4-2. The team (1-1) will fill the holes in its roster with a talented first-year class and revitalized team chemistry. And when a coach like Phil Pincince ...

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