The men’s soccer team earned an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament today, prolonging their season for at least one more game.
Bruno will face off against Fairfield Univeristy (12-4-1) Thursday, with the winner advancing to take on St. John’s University.
The Bears were crowned Ivy League co-champions alongside Dartmouth Saturday after battling the Big Green to a 0-0 draw. Bruno recorded an overall record of 10-4-3, finishing 4-1-2 in Ivy League play and going undefeated in its final eight games. But since Dartmouth defeated third-place Columbia and Brown lost to the Lions, the Big Green captured the automatic berth into the NCAA tournament.
Bruno earned an at-large bid into the tournament last season, and went on to defeat No. 25 Boston College and No. 9 University of Connecticut before losing in the Sweet 16 to No. 6 University of California at Berkeley.
Brown vs. Dartmouth. It’s Senior Night. The winner of this game wins the Ivy League title. The winner of this game gets an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. What more do you need? Follow the live blog of the biggest men’s soccer game of the season right here.
Saturday afternoon blues? Not in the mood for homework? Men’s soccer is playing in the Ivy League championships against Dartmouth today at Stevenson Field. Game starts at 4, liquid school spirit starts even before that in the parking lot. Go! Pack the stands! Pack a scarf!
Co-captain quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero '11.5 and the rest of the football squad will look to end Penn's 18-game Ivy win streak Saturday.
Some of you may have noticed there was no cheering going on last week on this blog. Some of you may even have missed this informative post. We’re sorry. We sincerely hope it won’t happen again.
Saturday is officially Take On Penn Day at Brown. For those of you who think sports are violent and send the wrong message, please tell this to Penn. They’re Quakers. Isn’t it a bit hypocritical of them to be undefeated so long in a sport where the objective is for hulky men to tackle each other repeatedly? Why don’t they just forfeit? Oh, yeah — because that wouldn’t be any fun! Here’s what you have to cheer for tomorrow: Continue Reading