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Crew teams race on national stage against top opponents

The men’s and women’s crew teams each had dual road races over the weekend against highly-ranked competitors. The No. 2 men’s team traveled to Seattle to face No. 1 University of Washington, which won each of the four races between the squads. The No. 12 women’s team faced No. 11 Harvard on ...

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Crew squad opens spring season with two victories

The men’s crew squad opened its spring season over the weekend with a pair of victories over Yale and Boston University. Each of the three varsity boats is undefeated so far this season. The team does not normally race on back-to-back days, but the rarity did not seem to bother the squad, said co-captain ...

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Teams round out postseason with consecutive losses

The Brown men’s squash team competed last weekend in the College Squash Association’s Team Championships at Yale. The squad (8-12, Ivy 1-6) lost each of its matches, 8-1 to No. 9 Dartmouth, 7-2 to No. 12 Penn and 7-2 to No. 14 Navy. The previous weekend the women’s squad dropped all of its games ...

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Club teams set goals for seasons

Participating in collegiate athletics is a large time commitment, with student-athletes devoting many hours each week to practice, competitions at home and travel. But it is not just varsity athletes who make this commitment — students who compete at the club level also devote significant time to ...

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Brown alum succeeds as west coast coach

As head coach of the women’s basketball team at the University of California at Berkeley, Lindsay Gottlieb ’99 has made the transition from a Brown Bear to a Golden one. In her second year in the position, Gottlieb is leading the No. 7 team to a 17-2 record. The Golden Bears already have five wins ...

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Football alums pursue pro careers on international fields

Alex Tounkara '11.5 and Stephen Peyton '12, former football players for Bruno, brought their love for the game overseas, continuing to play football for teams across the Atlantic after graduating. Both played professional football in Europe earlier this year, with Tounkara competing in the German Football ...

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