Brown is set for the 117th meeting with Harvard and the opening of its Ivy League season on Saturday, September 23 when the Bears travel to Boston, Mass., to face the Crimson at Harvard Stadium. All the action starts at 12 noon in a game televised on the Ivy League Network and NESN.
Brown senior defensive end Richard Jarvis (Watertown, MA) was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week and freshman wide receiver Scott Boylan (Bakersfield, CA) earned both Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week and Co-Rookie of the Week honors following Brown’s 28-23 win over Bryant on Saturday.
Football senior defensive end Richard Jarvis and field hockey midfielder Rachel Lanouette have earned Brown University Athletics Student-Athlete of the Week honors for the week of Sept. 11-17, Brown announced on Monday.
Junior quarterback Nick Duncan accounted for three touchdowns, and senior defensive end Dewey Jarvis made a career-high four sacks as Brown football beat in-state rival Bryant in its season opener, 28-23.
Junior quarterback Nicholas Duncan ran for 73 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 152 yards and a score to lead Brown football to a 28-23 win over in-state rival Bryant in its season opener at Brown Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Brown’s 140th season of intercollegiate football kicks-off on Saturday, September 16 against Bryant at Brown Stadium in coach Phil Estes’ 20th season at the helm. Estes has coached the Bears to three Ivy League titles and finished in the top half of the Ivy League in 16 of his 19 seasons. Phil’s 112 career wins (112-77) are 10th in Ivy League history, while his 76 career Ivy wins are the most ever at Brown and sixth in the Ivy record book. There will also be a familiar face on the opposing sideline - former Ivy League Player of the Year James Perry ’00, who led the Bears to the Ivy title in 1999. His banner is hanging under the home grandstand at Brown Stadium.
The Phil Estes Coaches Show debuts this week on Thursday, September 14, at Hope Street Pizza, with Brown head football coach Phil Estes previewing the upcoming season and analyzing Brown’s opening game against Bryant on Saturday (9/16) at Brown Stadium. Scott Cordischi, the voice of Brown football, will host the show on WPRV-AM790 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Brown senior defensive end Richard “Dewey” Jarvis (Watertown, MA) and junior inside linebacker Isaiah Thompkins (Middletown, CT) have been elected co-captains of the 2017 Bears’ football team in an announcement made by head coach Phil Estes.
Brown football head coach Phil Estes, now in his 20th year, previews the upcoming season as he discusses the 2017 edition of the Bears, the program's new locker room, and the team's game at Fenway Park against Dartmouth on Nov. 10.
The journey begins for Brown’s 140th season of intercollegiate football with 20th year head coach Phil Estes welcoming 110 players to the beginning of preseason camp. The Bears will undergo physical testing on Tuesday, August 22 and hold their first official practice on Wednesday, August 23 at 8:30 am. in a split squad session.
The Brown vs. Rhode Island football game on Saturday, September 30 will now be played under the lights at Brown Stadium. The 102nd Governor’s Cup football game between the Bears and Rams will kick-off at 7:00 pm.
Fenway Sports Management today announced that the Division I college football game between Dartmouth College and Brown University in the Fenway Gridiron Series presented by Your Call Football will be played in primetime at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, November 10 at Fenway Park. Tickets for the Fenway Gridiron Series presented by Your Call Football are available now at redsox.com/gridiron.