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Topic: Men’s Soccer

In the second half, the Bears’ nine shots surpassed Bryant’s three, despite Bruno's failure to find the back of the net.


Men’s soccer drops home opener 4-2 against Bryant

September 9, 2021 0 comments

The men’s soccer team (1-1) suffered a disappointing loss to Bryant University (1-3) in their season home opener at the newly renovated Stevenson-Pincince Field Wednesday. The Bears, who were playing without midfielder Derek Waleffe ’22 and goalkeeper James Swomley ’22, jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first half before […]

Men’s soccer draws in defensive battle against Hofstra


Men’s soccer draws in defensive battle against Hofstra

October 24, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Coming off a heartbreaking loss Saturday to the Cornell Big Red, the men’s soccer team hoped to rebound against a tough Hofstra University squad Tuesday night at Stevenson-Pincince field.

Midfielder Daniel Schiller ’20 takes control of the ball. In the first Ivy League match of the season, the Bears were unable to keep the Lions at bay in the box, leading to a 3-0 loss against a formidable Columbia side.


Men’s soccer shutout in first conference road game against Lions

October 1, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Coming off of a victory against Boston University Tuesday, the Bears took to the road for their Ivy League opener against the Columbia Lions.

After defeating nationally-ranked Tulsa away from home, the Bears endured a more modest result in a testy affair between in-state rivals. The teams had to be separated at midfield in the second half after some physical play.


Men’s soccer battles URI to scoreless draw in fractious contest

September 24, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Brown (4-1-1) returned home to write the next chapter of their intrastate rivalry with the University of Rhode Island Saturday.

Midfielder Nico Lozoda ’18 readies a pass toward the top of the box. Bruno lost 2-0 in its final match of the season, failing to crack a vaunted Dartmouth defense that had only conceded 0.71 goals per game.


Men’s soccer’s defeat at Dartmouth ends Ivy title hopes

November 15, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The men’s soccer team fell to Dartmouth 2-0, dashing Brown’s hopes of a share of the Ivy League title, while clinching one for the host Big Green.

Will Cross ’16.5 scored twice for the Bears as the team led the Bulldogs in both shots on goal and corner kick opportunities.


Will Cross ’16.5 powers men’s soccer past Yale in two-goal performance

November 11, 2016 Comments are Disabled

With only two games left in the 2016 season, the men’s soccer team headed into its Saturday evening matchup against Yale occupying the fifth spot.

Cross ’17 lifts men’s soccer to senior night victory


Cross ’17 lifts men’s soccer to senior night victory

November 7, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The men’s soccer team kept alive its hopes for the Ivy League crown with an emphatic 3-1 home victory Saturday night against Yale

In the second half of a 2-1 loss to  Penn Saturday, Matthew Chow ’19 scored his sixth goal of the season. His total leads the team and tops scoring output from any player on the 2015 squad.


Overtime loss at Penn delivers blow to men’s soccer’s conference title hopes

October 31, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The men’s soccer team dropped a tight match that went into overtime at Penn Saturday night by a score of 2-1.

Will Cross ’17 evades a Cornell defender at Stevenson-Pincince field Sunday. With the 1-0 win, the Bears remain in third place in the conference standings with three Ivy contests remaining.


Chow ’19 scores game winner as men’s soccer tops Cornell

October 24, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The men’s soccer team punctuated a dominant Family Weekend for Brown sports with a 1-0 victory over visiting Cornell.

Jason Pesek ’17 helped the Brown defense to hold a potent Harvard offense to just one goal, which proved to be enough in the 1-0 contest.


Men’s soccer falls in pair of one-goal home games

October 17, 2016 Comments are Disabled

It was a weekend of nailbiters for the men’s soccer team, as it lost both of its matchups at home: 1-0 against Harvard Friday and 3-2 against No. 3 Clemson.