Topic: Baseball

Dara Wais ’18, a late recruit to the women’s hockey team, skates up ice. Though Wais was not recruited at the same time as most of her teammates, she was warmly received by the other hockey players.

Sports, University News

Athletes walk onto College Hill

February 5, 2016 1 comment

Two days ago, high school athletes around the world fulfilled their dreams of signing to competitive colleges. It was National Signing Day.

The recently announced renovation of the baseball and softball fields has received positive reactions from players. It will not interfere with either teams’ practices, said Baseball Head Coach Grant Achilles.


Renovations in fields’ futures

October 30, 2015 0 comments

A $5 million renovation to the baseball and softball fields will take place during summer 2016 and is slated to be finished by spring 2017.


Brown’s asking price has Providence stadium on life support

September 9, 2015 1 comment

The possibility of the PawSox owners’ making a deal for a piece of land partially owned by Brown now appears to be dead.

Baseball barely outscored by division-leader Dartmouth


Baseball barely outscored by division-leader Dartmouth

April 20, 2015 0 comments

Going head-to-head in a four-game stretch with Red Rolfe Division leader Dartmouth was sure to be a tough matchup for the baseball team.

Will Marcal ’15 recorded one of the three home runs in the second inning of the first game. The baseball team split the four game series against the Crimson. The victory marked the first win for Bruno in two weeks.


Five-game losing streak ends as baseball splits weekend

April 12, 2015 0 comments

The baseball team came into its four-game series with Harvard this weekend on the heels of a terrible showing against Penn and Columbia.

After tough losses last weekend, the Bears’ four game slate against Harvard will prove important as they embark on a quest to earn an Ivy Championship berth as representatives of the Red Rolfe Division.


Baseball looks to rebound against Ivy foe Harvard

April 10, 2015 0 comments

The baseball team is looking to four games against Red Rolfe Division foe Harvard to get its season back on track.

Eleven pitchers, including Grant Greeno ’18, gave up 44 runs over the course of the four games against Penn and Columbia, while Bruno’s offense managed only eight runs. The Bears will play Harvard this weekend.


Baseball suffers winless weekend against Penn, Columbia

April 7, 2015 0 comments

The baseball team suffered a major setback this weekend, as it was swept in four consecutive games by both Penn and Columbia.

Nick Fornaca ’15 throws the ball to first. The last time Brown started 2-2 in conference play was in 2012, which also happens to be the last time that the Bears registered wins against Gehrig Division foes Penn and Columbia in the same season.


Baseball hosts Gehrig Division front-runners Penn, Columbia

April 3, 2015 0 comments

Columbia comes in with a higher pedigree than the Bears, as it has played a tougher nonconference schedule and looks to be one of the league’s frontrunners.


Baseball splits with Princeton for first Ivy win

March 31, 2015 0 comments

A four-run seventh inning salvaged a win in the first game for Bruno, which had not scored before that point.


Weinstein ’17: Why MLB Needs a Hard Salary Cap

March 31, 2015 2 comments

Opening Day is next week, but it’s unlikely anyone will be taking me out to the ball game this year.