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Peter Swope

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Women’s soccer falls 2-0 at Oklahoma State

The women’s soccer team (5-2-1) fell to Oklahoma State University (7-1-1) 2-0 on the road Sunday afternoon. Facing temperatures in the upper 90s in Stillwater, Okla., the Bears battled the Cowgirls for 90 minutes but were unable to find the back of the net. 


Weekend sports roundup

The football team shined in another action-packed weekend for Brown Athletics, with the Bears winning their season opener Saturday after entering overtime twice. Men’s water polo and women’s rugby also won key victories, while field hockey split their two weekend games. 


Women’s soccer shuts out Hofstra in 3-0 victory

The women’s soccer team (4-0-0) continued its sizzling start to the 2022 season with a commanding 3-0 victory over the Pride of Hofstra University (3-1-1) Sunday afternoon. The Bears rode a strong offensive performance to victory at Stevenson-Pincince Field, with forwards Brittany Raphino ’23, ...

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Better Brown Now pushes for housing, ResLife changes

Better Brown Now, a student advocacy group that focuses on issues that immediately impact the Brown campus and community, held a protest midday Friday on the Main Green to push for improvements to the housing process, better dormitory facilities and reforms to the Office of Residential Life. In addition ...

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Weekend sports roundup

A strong performance by EJ Perry ’21.5 at the NFL Scouting Combine Thursday night kicked off an exciting weekend for Brown athletics. The highlights of the weekend included standout victories from the mens’ and womens’ lacrosse teams — men’s lacrosse beat Providence College 22-10 and women’s ...

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Michael Hoecht ’20 wins Super Bowl with L.A. Rams

Two years ago, former Brown football defensive tackle star Michael Hoecht ’20 was preparing to navigate the NFL Draft process — an already daunting task for Ivy League prospects that was complicated by pandemic restrictions that prevented in-person workouts with scouts. 


Weekend sports roundup

Brown Athletics had a busy Super Bowl weekend, with 11 teams in action from Friday to Sunday. The weekend’s highlights included a pair of 7-0 wins by the men’s tennis team and a last-minute 81-80 victory by the men’s basketball team over Cornell.

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