Columbia earned a second place finish in the Ivy League season with a 24-6 win over Brown Saturday afternoon at Wien Stadium’s Robert Kraft Field. The Bears out-gained the Lions by a 324-275 margin in total yards, but were only able to get into the end zone once.
Brown University senior kicker Ben Rosenblatt (Newton Center, MA) and junior punter Ryan Kopec (Alpharetta, GA) have been selected to the CoSIDA 2017 Academic All-District Football Team. Both names will be placed on the national ballot for Academic All-American consideration.
Brown concludes its 2017 season against Columbia on Saturday, November 18, looking to play the unfamiliar spoiler role against the Lions. Columbia is a game out of first place and needs a win over the Bears and a Yale loss for a share of the Ivy League title. All the action kick-off at 1:00 pm in a game televised by SNY and available on WPRV-AM 790 radio.
Most of the Brown University and Dartmouth College players who take to the field tonight (8, NBCSN) for the opening game of the Fenway Gridiron Series will be craning their necks at all the quirky ins-and-outs of the fabled ball yard.
Brown football will host Dartmouth on Friday, November 10 at Fenway Park, one of the most historic and iconic sports facilities in the nation. A crowd of over 15,000 is expected to attend the game, which will be televised live on the NBC Sports Network, starting at 8:00 pm. The Bears-Big Green gridiron tilt is the first of three football games to be played at Fenway in nine days as part of the Fenway Gridiron Series, presented by Your Call Football. UMass, under coach Mark Whipple, Brown Class of 1979, will battle Maine tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 pm, and Boston College will face UConn next Saturday, November 18 at 7:00 pm on the Fenway Park turf.
Yale freshman tailback Zane Dudek ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns to lead the first place Bulldogs to a 34-7 Ivy League win over Brown in a nationally televised game under the lights at the Yale Bowl.
Brown will take on first place Yale on Friday evening, November 3 in a nationally televised game at the Yale Bowl. It's the second ever night game to be played at Yale and will kick-off at 8:00 pm on the NBC Sports Network.
Brown hosts Penn in its final "home" game at Brown Stadium on Saturday, October 28 at 12:30pm. Both teams are seeking their first Ivy League win of the season. Brown Athletics, in conjunction with the Brown Football Association, is sponsoring Salute To Service Day, honoring all branches of the Armed Forces, along with our first responders - police and firefighters. Saturday's honorary captain is noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. Augustus A. White III ’57, the first African American graduate from the Stanford University School of Medicine, where he was president of the student body. He received a Bronze Star for his work as a captain serving with the U.S. Army Medical Corps during the Vietnam War. Dr. White served as chief of the orthopedic surgery department at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, and founded the academic orthopedic program at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
With the Bears’ offense in hibernation for three quarters, Cornell built a 34-0 lead midway through the fourth quarter and cruised to a 34-7 Ivy League win over Brown Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field.
Brown looks to get back on the winning track on Saturday, October 21 at Cornell's Schoellkopf Field taking on a Big Red team they have dominated over the last nine years. Scott Cordischi and John Anderson will call the all the action on WPRV AM790, starting in the late afternoon at 3:00 pm.