Brown freshman Brittany Park (Fullerton, CA) has become the first golfer in Brown history to be named Ivy League Women’s Golf Rookie of the Year and head women’s golf coach Danielle Griffiths has been named the Ivy League Coach of the Year in a vote of the Ancient Eight head golf coaches.
With the score tied, 6-6, early in the second quarter, Bryant held the Bears scoreless for 21 minutes and went on an 8-0 run, to come away with a 17-9 win over Brown Tuesday evening at Stevenson-Pincince Field.
No. 7 seed Brown University women's water polo will meet No. 2 seed University of Michigan in the quarterfinals of the 2018 Collegiate Water Polo Association Championship on Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Bucknell University's Kinney Natatorium in Lewisburg, Pa.
Brown plays its final non-league game of the season on Tuesday, April 24, hosting Bryant in the 10th meeting between the two Rhode Island universities at Stevenson-Pincince Field. All the action starts at 7:00 pm in a game broadcast on NESNplus and the Ivy League Network.
Brown University wrestling presented its team awards, honored its seniors, and celebrated a season that saw the Bears post their highest Ivy League finish since 1997, as part of the program's annual year-end awards banquet at the Brown Faculty Club on Saturday night.
Brown University women's soccer presented its postseason awards at the team's annual banquet held at the Brown Faculty Club on Friday night with senior Katy Schmidt and sophomore Abby Carchio sharing the program's Ridgely Most Valuable Player Award.
Brown placed sixth at the Ivy League Men’s Golf Championship, finishing with a 54-hole 918 at the par 70, 6886 yard Stonewall – Old Course. Senior Kevin Li placed fourth individually and junior Sasha Lobel finished fifth to both earn First Team All-Ivy recognition.
The Brown women’s golf team completed play at the Ivy League Women’s Golf Championship and placed third overall with a 54-hole 917 at the par 72, 6050 yard Metedeconk National Golf Club. Freshman Brittany Park finished third individually and earned First Team All-Ivy honors, while both freshman Naomi Lee and senior Christine Kim were named Second Team All-Ivy after finishing seventh and ninth, respectively.
The Brown women’s tennis team defeated Cornell, 6-1, on Sunday at the Reis Tennis Center to close out the regular season. The Bears won the doubles point and had a great showing in singles, taking five of the six matches for the victory.
The Brown men’s tennis team was defeated by No. 47 Cornell, 4-1, on Sunday at the Brown Varsity Tennis Courts. The Big Red would win the doubles point and take three of the first four singles matches for the victory.
Sophomore Emily Waters and freshman Grace Ladd combined to allow just one earned run over eight innings before Brown University softball fell to Yale University in nine innings, 3-2, on Sunday afternoon at DeWitt Family Stadium.
Owen Russell broke the school record in the hammer for the second time this season as the Brown men’s and women’s track & field teams posted several standout performances at the Princeton Larry Ellis Invitational over the weekend.
With one round remaining at the Ivy League Men’s Golf Championship, the Brown men’s golf team is 5th with a team score of 618 at the par 70, 6886 yard Stonewall – Old Course. Senior Kevin Li leads the 40-player field after shooting a one under 69 on Saturday for a 36-hole 145. The championship will be decided with 18 holes on Sunday.
Heading into Sunday’s final round of the Ivy League Women’s Golf Championship, Brown holds a three-shot lead after 36 holes at the par 72, 6050 yard Metedeconk National Golf Club. Bears’ freshman Brittany Park is second individually with a 36-hole 149, trailing by just one shot.
The Brown men’s tennis team was defeated by No. 16 Columbia, 4-0, on Saturday at the Brown Varsity Tennis Courts. The Lions won the doubles point and took the first three singles matches for the victory.
The Brown baseball team battled back to even the score in the top of the ninth of game two, but the Bears dropped both ends of a doubleheader at Harvard, 3-1 and 8-7, as the two teams opened a three-game set Saturday at O'Donnell Field.