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Volleyball falls to Ivy powerhouse Yale in conference opener

Despite dropping its Ivy opener to Yale in straight sets, the volleyball team looks ready to contend in conference play this season. Going up against the Bulldogs (8-2, 1-0 Ivy) was due to be a stiff challenge for the Bears (2-9, 0-1), but they battled back in each set to make for a competitive match. ...


California trip leaves volleyball with three consecutive losses

After kicking off the season in New England, the volleyball team made a cross-country trip to the University of San Francisco for a tournament over the weekend. While the team dropped all three contests, the experience playing tougher competition is likely to help it further down the road. “Our effort ...


No. 3 men's lacrosse clinches Ivy League title

The No. 3 men’s lacrosse team has done it again. After dismantling Cornell (6-6, 1-4 Ivy) Saturday, the Bears (12-1, 5-0) clinched a second straight Ivy League title and assured themselves another opportunity to win the conference tournament in front of their fans at home. “It means a lot to win ...


No. 4 men's lacrosse upsets top-ranked Yale

Playing in front of a record crowd at Stevenson-Pincince Field, the No. 4 men’s lacrosse team did not disappoint Saturday. The Bears (10-1, 4-0 Ivy) inspired the crowd to rush the field when they rallied to take down No. 1 Yale in one of the year’s mostly highly anticipated contests in all of college ...


No. 2 men's lacrosse suffers first loss before defeating Penn

It was an up-and-down week for the No. 2 men’s lacrosse team. After dropping a game against in-state rivals Bryant for its first loss of the season, Bruno got back on track by cruising past Ivy League foe Penn Saturday. The Bears are still undefeated in conference play with a huge matchup against ...


No. 3 men's lacrosse cruises over spring break

The No. 3 men’s lacrosse team did not have a traditional spring break. Instead of spending the week at the beach, the Bears were busy playing No. 6 Villanova (6-3) and conference rival Princeton (2-6, 0-3 Ivy). But the extra work paid off, as Bruno posted a pair of dominant, 19-8 wins to keep its ...


No. 5 men's lacrosse takes down No. 14 Harvard

Saturday’s contest at Harvard Stadium was certainly not for the faint of heart. After jumping out to a comfortable five-goal lead at the half, the No. 5 men’s lacrosse team stumbled in the third quarter before outlasting No. 14 Harvard 11-8 in thrilling fashion. With the win, Bruno (6-0, 1-0 Ivy) ...


Men's lacrosse continues climb in national polls

There was plenty of hype surrounding the men’s lacrosse team before the season started in February. Excitement was high for good reason, as the Bears were coming off a breakout year that led to an Ivy League championship and a trip to the first round of the NCAA tournament. But it was fair to wonder ...


No. 5 men's lacrosse breezes by Michigan

Saturday was yet another cakewalk for the No. 5 men’s lacrosse team. The Bears (5-0) came away with a dominant 22-8 victory over Michigan (3-3), capping off an impressive start to the season before they open up Ivy League play in Cambridge Saturday. Bruno knew the Wolverines had the athleticism to ...


Bellistri ’16 scores seven goals in takedown of Holy Cross

The No. 5 men’s lacrosse team was back at it Tuesday against Holy Cross, breezing to another victory and extending its season-opening win streak to four games. Following a tight first quarter, the Bears (4-0) sent it into high gear and never looked back as they cruised to a 20-7 finish. Though a victory ...

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