Cheer your hearts out: 2/10 – 2/12

Zak DeOssie '07 celebrates his second Super Bowl win with the Giants. Hope this doesn't hurt too much.

Is this picture too soon? We’re sorry. But let’s put the Super Bowl in the past. Whether you’re a Giants fan or a Patriots fan, or you were hoping for both teams’ destruction, let’s unite now — through our mutual love of the Bears. Here is a schedule of the home games your fellow classmates will be competing in this weekend:

Friday, Feb. 10

W. ice hockey takes on the No. 3 Big Red at 7pm. It’s the team’s annual “Pink at the Rink” event!
W. basketball rumbles with the Lions, also at 7pm. There isn’t any special event going on. The squad is just a lot more ballin’ than the women’s hockey team.

Saturday, Feb. 11

Don’t let the fluffy white stuff that’s supposed to be falling from the sky stop you from coming to these matchups. Bears are supposed to be hibernating. But Brown Bares Bears are better than that.

For those of you who like to get stuff done in the AM, you can go get your dose of Bruno sports with the w. tennis team when they take on Binghamton at 10am. If you like to be hungover on a Saturday morning but you like tennis, the team has another match at 3pm against Seton Hall.
Wrestling hits the mats once again at 1pm  and 3pm against Harvard and Lehigh. These are the last home matches for the wrestlers!
To be in playoff contention, the w. hockey team must defeat Colgate at 4pm.
W. basketball versus Cornell tip-off at 7pm.

Sunday, Feb. 12

The men’s and women’s squash squads hit balls against walls with Dartmouth at 2pm and 4pm, respectively. It’s no Super Bowl, but it will have to do.

Your other Bear classmates, like the male counterparts to hockey and basketball, will be on the road fighting some other Ancient Eight animal or color. Cheer for them in your hearts. Or at least, follow @BDH_Sports on Twitter if you want to know how all those matches turned out.

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