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Around the Bend: Can't-miss matchups

As reading period kicks off, Brown students are getting ready for final exams and papers. However, the spring sports teams will continue competing until the summer. Here is a look at their upcoming competitions:Baseball will face off against Yale in its last series of the season. The Bears will host ...

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M. tennis defeated in Ivy matches

Of the nine players on the men's tennis team, five are first-years. With some of the veteran players out due to injury, four of the freshmen were in the lineup against Harvard at home Friday and against Dartmouth in New Hampshire Sunday. The Bears dropped both competitions, 5-2 and 6-1, respectively. ...

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Bears lose at Harvard, then return home and defeat Dartmouth

The No. 65 women's tennis team battled two higher-seeded Ivy League opponents, No. 53 Harvard and No. 48 Dartmouth, this past weekend. After falling to the Crimson, 5-2, on Friday in Cambridge, Mass., the Bears came home two days later and defeated the Big Green by taking the doubles point and the four ...

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Women's tennis drops three matches, wins one

The No. 62 women's tennis team had a tough spring break schedule, facing three higher ranked teams — No. 13 Miami, No. 41 Florida International and No. 28 Princeton, last year's Ivy League champion. In the end, the Bears could not pull any upsets, though they came close against Florida International.  ...

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Bouncing back, Choate '13 competes in Nationals

Cortlandt Choate's '13 season was all but over. He was coming off an injury that kept him sidelined for five weeks, he had dropped his first match in the NCAA-qualifying Eastern Championships and he was unseeded in the qualifier. The odds against him were huge, but the 133-pounder fought back and won ...

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After promising start, weekend disappoints Bears

The wrestling team hosted four dual meets last weekend at the Pizzitola Center. After winning the first dual meet against Boston University, 28-12, the Bears dropped the second to Drexel, 27-9. The next day, they faced off against Penn and Princeton and lost both duals, 6-35 and 15-21, respectively, ...

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Wrestlers fall at home dual meet

The wrestling team hosted its first home dual meet on Saturday against Army. Despite the home advantage, the Bears did not come out on top in close matches and lost the dual, 27-6.

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