"We play for keeps." This has been the theme of the men's soccer season. In almost every interview — be it coach or player — playing for keeps has been a major focus.
Goalkeeper Paul Grandstrand '11 has made, to say the least, an impressive showing on the pitch this season for the Bears. He currently holds the Brown record for most shutouts in a season and is tied for most career shutouts. Last year, he was named First-Team All-Ivy goalie, and he was Ivy League rookie ...
With fog thick in the air, the weather may have been a little reminiscent of home for defender David Walls '11, who hails from England, at the No. 13 men's soccer game Tuesday night. Brown (10-1-3) battled through the thick air to pick up a 2-0 victory over Holy Cross (3-10-3).
While there were not quite as many yellow cards as there were against Harvard, there was no lack of action in the men's soccer game Tuesday night, as No. 14 Brown (8-1-3, 1-1-1 Ivy League) picked up a decisive 3-1 victory over the Hartwick Hawks (2-10-1).
It was a cold and windy Saturday evening when the No. 15 men's soccer team (7-1-3, 1-1-1 Ivy) battled Harvard (4-3-5, 1-0-2), but the competition on the field was heated as the Bears earned a 0-0 draw in a double-overtime contest against the Crimson.
All good things must come to an end. For the No. 15 men's soccer team (7-1-2, 1-1-0 Ivy), last Saturday's 3-0 away loss to Princeton (6-3-2, 2-0-0 Ivy) ended Bruno's nine game unbeaten streak.
The Tuesday night men's soccer matchup against St. John's University had the feeling of a national championship game. With many near misses, thrilling fast breaks and seemingly impossible saves by goalies, the No. 13 Bears (7-0-2, 1-0-0 Ivy) defeated the No. 22 Red Storm (6-4-0), 1-0.
October has brought many things to Providence — like chilly evenings, rainy days and an Ivy League win for the men's soccer team. The No. 17 Bears (6-0-2, 1-0-0 Ivy League) snapped Columbia's three-game winning streak (4-5-1, 0-1-0) with a decisive 3-0 victory.