May 3rd, 2007

Men’s Basketball 8-19
Though the cagers finished seventh in the Ivies, Earl Hunt ’03,  the number-two Ivy scorer, earned an honorable mention on the All-Ivy team. This season Hunt averaged seventeen points per game.

Women’s Basketball 9-19
The women swept the final road trip of the season, defeating Cornell,  70-64, and Columbia, 70-65. After a record-breaking season, Barbara  Maloni ’03 was selected to the All-Ivy and All-Rookie second teams.

Men’s Fencing 14-9
Even with its top two fencers out with injuries, the squad beat  New Hampshire, Tufts, and UMass, losing only to Boston College,  over a weekend in mid-February.

Women’s Fencing 15-9
The squad ended the season ranked seventeenth nationally. Sarah  Hobstetter ’03 placed seventh in the women’s epée at the NCAA  championships at Stanford, earning All-American honors and producing the best individual fencing results in Brown history.

Gymnastics 9-6
Team captain Sydney Foster ’00 earned an all-around score of 37.400  at the NCAA Northeast regional competition. In February, the Bears  placed fourth in the Ivy classic at Cornell.

Men’s Ice Hockey 6-19-3
The Icers finished the season with a 4-2 loss to Union, giving  up the tenth and final ECAC playoff slot. Scott Stirling ’00 was named to the GTE Academic All-District second team.

Women’s Ice Hockey 25-4-3
The season ended with a second-place finish at the AWHCA national  championships, where the Bears dropped a 4-2 decision to Minnesota.  Ali Brewer ’00 and Tara Mounsey ’01 were named to the All-New  England team.

The women’s squad finished eleventh out of twenty invited teams  at the U.S. National Skiing Championships.

Men’s Squash 8-8
Brown captured the Hoean Cup at the Intercollegiate Squash Association  national team championship at Yale, winning a 5-4 victory over  Cornell in the final game. The Bears finished the season with  a ninth-place national ranking.

Women’s Squash 7-9
The Bears finished seventh at the Howe Cup as Leslie Mann ’02,  the team’s top player, helped secure a 5-4 win over Cornell.

Men’s Swimming 7-5
The Bears recorded 785 points and took fifth place at the 2000  EISL championship in March. Mike Peters ’02 took seventh place in the 1,650-yard freestroke and Jason Weber ’02 finished fifth  in the 200-yard backstroke.

Women’s Swimming 6-4
Katie Cowan ’00 was selected to the women’s at-large first team  of the GTE Academic All-District I. She and Judy Koonstra ’02  represented the Bears at the NCAA championships.

Men’s Track 0-4
Trinity Gray ’00 earned his seventh All-American honor after finishing  fourth at the NCAA championships. The United Track Coaches Association  named him the region’s indoor athlete of the year.

Women’s Track 2-2
The team had three first-team All-Ivy selections and two second-team  choices after finishing second in the heptagonal championships.

Wrestling 7-10
Bronson Lingamfelter ’02 defeated a Penn State player, 6-4, in  the first-round of the heavyweight division at the NCAA championships.

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