Topic: sports

Klein ’20: MLB free agent preview

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Klein ’20: MLB free agent preview

November 7, 2019 0 comments

The 2019 Major League Baseball season came to an end last week with the Washington Nationals completing their magical playoff run, defeating the powerhouse Houston Astros in Game 7 of the World Series.

Brownsword ’18: University community must not take Kia McNeill for granted

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Brownsword ’18: University community must not take Kia McNeill for granted

November 5, 2019 0 comments

For those remaining Brown University sports fans — and I know how few of us there have been over the years — please don’t take women’s head soccer coach Kia McNeil for granted.

Lehrer-Small ’20: Funding for club sports is an equity issue

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Lehrer-Small ’20: Funding for club sports is an equity issue

October 29, 2019 0 comments

Every September, dozens of students flood the Brown athletic fields for ultimate frisbee try-outs wearing sports clothes and nervous smiles. Some are juniors or seniors, many are first-years looking for a community. On the sideline, new players rifle through a trash bag filled with spare cleats.

Saturday’s victory with goals from Raphino ’23 extended Brown’s winning streak to 12. Big Red ranks last in the the Ivy League conference.

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Women’s soccer defeats Cornell 2-0

October 28, 2019 0 comments

The women’s soccer team entered Saturday’s game against Cornell leading the Ivy League with an 11-1-1 record and a dominant presence on the field. The Big Red was well aware of Brown’s prowess — as Chance the Rapper so famously said, “They don’t want no problems, want no problems with Brown.”

Bears sought their first Ivy conference victory since 2016 going into Saturday’s game but lost 37-25 against Big Red.

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Football faces heartbreaking loss against Cornell

October 28, 2019 0 comments

In an intense Saturday matchup against Cornell, the football team was just one first down away from snapping its Ivy losing streak, which began in 2016.

Klein ’20: Who will win the NBA Finals?

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Klein ’20: Who will win the NBA Finals?

October 21, 2019 0 comments

The NBA season returns Tuesday night to much anticipation, since, for the first time in a while, the league truly feels wide open for a variety of contenders.

Van Rootselaar ’22 guided Brown to a 3-1 victory over Dartmouth Saturday. The sophomore midfielder has scored 15 points this year.

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Van Rootselaar ’22 leads field hockey to victory

October 11, 2019 0 comments

Field hockey midfielder Danielle van Rootselaar ’22 played a role in all three goals in the Bears’ win against Dartmouth over the weekend, assisting in the first two tallies and scoring the final goal herself.

Perry ’21 posted an impressive stat line of 183 passing yards, 227 rushing yards and five total touchdowns as he led the Bears to a win.

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Perry ’21 leads football to shootout victory

September 27, 2019 0 comments

n his first ever game in a Brown uniform, EJ Perry ’21 scored five total touchdowns to lead the football team to victory over Bryant University Saturday.

Hannah Butler ’21 was one of three Brown women to place in the top four in the Maribel Sanchez Southern Invitational cross country race.

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Butler ’21 wins season’s first XC race

September 13, 2019 0 comments

Hannah Butler ’21 started her cross-country season with a flash, winning the six-kilometer Maribel Sanchez Souther Invitational at a time of 21:58.74. The first-place finish marked the first collegiate victory of Butler’s career.

The Bears’ tenacious mentality and strategy contributed to their critical 13-10 win against Wagner College Saturday. Brown proceeded to win five out of its six games in the Bruno Classic over the weekend. The team will return to the pool in the Princeton Invitational this Saturday.

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Men’s water polo wins opening game

September 9, 2019 0 comments

The men’s water polo team opened its home slate with a 13-10 double overtime victory against Wagner College Saturday.