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Injuries hit Brown athletes hard, end seasons early

"I don't remember anything… just coming to and wondering what had happened." Three quarters into one of his first games last fall, tight end Bradley Griffith '12 walked off the field with a season-ending concussion. He received his first concussion 10 days prior to football camp last summer. Then, ...

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No. 1 w. ruggers thrive against the odds

The coaches are unpaid, the funds raised by the team. Many of the athletes have never played the sport before. Is this Little League, you ask? No, it's not. It's the No. 1-ranked women's rugby program in the nation. The Brown women's rugby team is arguably the most successful team on campus — ...

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Seconds from overtime, w. lax falls, 8-7

With the clock ticking down in the last minute, the women's lacrosse team was tied at seven. Brown got the ball, approached the goal and a foul was called, giving the Bears a penalty shot. But Yale's goalie saved it and sent it up to her teammates, who had one final shot on goal with nine seconds remaining. ...

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For w. lax, old grudges over

Playing sports in high school, most athletes probably remember having an arch-nemesis, that player on their rival school's team that they just couldn't stand. Maybe they played nasty on the field. Maybe they refused to shake hands post-game. Maybe they were the only other player on the field that could ...

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Tumblers lose to tough competition

"If you like peeling pieces of skin the size of quarters off of your hands, bars are for you," says Haley Graham, the bad-ass gymnast in the film "Stick It," pleasantly describing the appeal of the uneven parallel bars in women's gymnastics. Brown has its own bad-ass on bars: Julia Meyer '13.She took ...

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Gymnasts finish in 2nd, post season-high scores

Do a backflip. Do it gracefully and with a smile on your face. Do it on a four-inch-wide, leather-bound steel beam, four feet off the ground. And you'd better stick the dismount.That was beam standout Julia Meyer's '13 task on Sunday. And that's exactly what she did.Though neither Meyer nor the team ...

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