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Men’s soccer falls to Princeton 3-1

The men’s soccer team (3-6, 1-1 Ivy) took its first conference loss of the season against Princeton (5-5, 2-0 Ivy) Saturday at Stevenson-Pincince Field. In the 30th minute, defender Will Crain ’22 sent a blazing cross through the box that midfielder Kojo Dadzie ’24 headed in for the early Bruno ...


Men’s soccer falls to Providence College

The men’s soccer team went toe-to-toe with Providence College (5-1-1, No. 24 in NCAA rankings) at Stevenson-Pincince Field Wednesday night, keeping the Friars off the board in a defensive first half. But after allowing the Friars to knock in a set piece goal in the 51st minute, it was all Providence, ...


Governor McKee hosts press conference to promote Governor's Cup

In advance of Saturday’s Governor's Cup showdown between the Brown and University of Rhode Island football teams, Governor Dan McKee hosted a press conference outside the Rhode Island State Capitol Tuesday afternoon to promote the event. Brown Head Coach James Perry '00 and URI Head Coach Jim Fleming ...


Men’s soccer defeats Niagara in historic 5-1 blowout

The men’s soccer team returned to winning ways Saturday at home against Niagara University (1-4) with a 5-1 victory. The Bears (2-1) were clinical offensively with five different goalscorers, including Paul Elliott ’23, Dennis Pyetsukh ’22, Zakary Lawal ’23 and Kojo Dadzie ’24, who each notched ...


Director of Athletics Jack Hayes steps down

Director of Athletics Jack Hayes will leave his position at the University, effective Feb. 5, to become a senior adviser to Bruin Sports Capital and “pursue new opportunities,” according to a Friday press release.  Deputy Director of Athletics Colin Sullivan will serve as interim athletic director ...


Lacrosse teams call for opportunity to compete in spring season

The men’s and women’s lacrosse teams released a joint statement Thursday afternoon requesting that the Ivy League allow them to compete this spring.  The statement was posted on both teams’ Instagram pages and addressed to Executive Director of the Ivy League Council of Presidents Robin Harris. ...


Ivy League cancels winter sports due to COVID-19

The Ivy League will cancel winter sports for the 2020-21 season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to an official statement published Thursday. Spring sports will not begin until at least the end of February.  The Ivy League also confirmed that fall sports would not be played in the 2020-21 ...

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