Topic: NCAA

Following the women’s soccer team’s victory in the Ivy League conference, players, friends and fans came together for the NCAA bracket announcements Monday. They learned that Bruno will face Monmouth this Saturday in a home game for the first round of the tournament.


Women’s soccer to play Monmouth for NCAA first round

November 13, 2019 0 comments

Director of Athletics Jack Hayes waited just 10 seconds after finding out who Brown would play for the first round of the NCAA tournament before approaching women’s soccer Head Coach Kia McNeill for a chat.

Butterbrodt (left) was the 26th seed of the 33 wrestlers in his weight class, but came within one match of attaining All-American status.


Men’s wrestling takes four wins at NCAA Tournament

April 1, 2019 Comments are Disabled

After a strong conference tournament run, the wrestling team looked to parlay their momentum into the NCAA Wrestling Tournament in Pittsburgh March 21-23.

Klein ’20: Duke hoops seem above any competition


Klein ’20: Duke hoops seem above any competition

November 9, 2018 Comments are Disabled

College basketball returned earlier this week. For teams hoping to win a national championship though, the season might as well be over already.

Carly Paul ’18.5 broke the University’s 18-year-old standing record for her performance in the long jump at the Auburn Tiger Track Classic.


Carly Paul ’18.5 sets long jump school record

April 20, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Last weekend, track and field athlete Carly Paul ’18.5 traveled to Alabama to compete in the Auburn Tiger Track Classic.

Bears dominate Tigers in series finale, drop three-game home series


Bears dominate Tigers in series finale, drop three-game home series

April 8, 2018 Comments are Disabled

The baseball team earned its second shutout victory of the season with a 12-0 win over Princeton Sunday, after dropping two contests of a three-game series to the Tigers Saturday.

After previously falling to Princeton, Yale and Penn, the Bears notched a notable victory against Cornell to win their first Ivy League game of the season. Bruno will travel to Harvard and Columbia in the next two weekends before finishing the season in a home matchup against Dartmouth.


Women’s lacrosse goes on six-goal run to beat Cornell

April 8, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Entering the weekend, the women’s lacrosse team hoped to secure its first Ivy League victory of the season against a No. 23 ranked Cornell team. The Bears (8-4, 1-3 Ivy) did just that, as a second-half comeback proved enough to down Cornell (6-5, 2-2 Ivy) in a nail-biter finish.


Klein ’20: How to fix college basketball

March 5, 2018 Comments are Disabled

The sports world erupted last weekend when FBI documents revealed deep corruption in college basketball. Several storied programs — including those at Duke University, University of North Carolina and the University of Kentucky — gave cash benefits to recruits to entice talented players.

Tosin Oyewole '18


Men’s track and field relay takes fourth in UCS Invitational

February 22, 2018 Comments are Disabled

On Friday, four members of the men’s track and field team — Captain Tosin Oyewole ’18, Captain Zack Emrich ’18, Zachary Lanigan ’20 and Martin Martinez ’18 — flew to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to compete in the UCS Invitational, squaring off against some of the nation’s top teams in the distance medley relay.

The men’s swimming and diving team schedule no longer lists the NCAA Championship following a University hazing investigation launched Nov. 29.

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Men’s swim, dive team barred from Ivy Champs

February 20, 2018 1 comment

The men’s swimming and diving team will not participate in the Men’s Ivy League Championships scheduled to begin today, following an investigation into hazing allegations first reported by The Herald, according to a University press release.


Brownsword ’18: Pay for play

December 2, 2016 Comments are Disabled

While football takes Thanksgiving Day, college basketball predominates my television screen during the rest of week.