May 3rd, 2007

Baseball 23-24
After the Bears fell behind, 6-1, Jeff Lawler ’00 hit two homers  – one a grand slam – to cap a particularly thrilling 12-8 victory  over Holy Cross on May 2.

Men’s Crew
Ranked number one in the East, the Bears beat Princeton by more  than two boat lengths, capturing the Content Cup for the first  time in four years and finishing its first undefeated season since  1994.

Women’s Crew
The defending NCAA champions posted an undefeated regular-season  record heading into the Eastern sprints in mid-May.

After finishing its season as the number-one point scorer in the  region, the team was defeated at the zone championships. Amanda  Forte ’02, however, went on to win an individual national championship  for the second year in a row.

Men’s Golf
After finishing sixth at the Ivy Championships, the men came in  eleventh out of eighteen teams at the New England Division I Championships  in Fairfield, Connecticut. Kevin Buchert ’03 finished tenth overall.

Women’s Golf
The women finished third at the Ivy Championships, tying rival  Dartmouth with a two-round score of 707. Tara Fiscella ’03 placed  eighth overall.

Men’s Lacrosse 9-6
Ranked sixteenth nationally, the men finished the season by beating  the University of Massachusetts, 14-10. Michael Monfett ’01, with  forty goals and fifteen assists, and Jim Mormile ’01, with twenty-five  goals and five assists, were both chosen All-Ivy for the first  time.

Women’s Lacrosse 6-8
Earning All-Ivy honors were Cristi Gigon ’00 and Keely McDonald  ’00. Gigon finished her Brown career with sixty-four goals and thirty-two assists, while McDonald racked up sixty-six goals and  twenty assists during her years on College Hill.

Softball 14-28
Led by pitcher and third baseman Tami Parrott ’01, the women finished  6-6 in the Ivy League. Catcher and third baseman Liz Lefler ’03  was named Rookie of the Week in late April.

Men’s Tennis 12-11
An April 21 victory over defending Ivy champion Harvard was the  first Bear defeat of the Crimson since 1987. The team finished  fourth in the Ivy League.

Women’s Tennis 3-20
This young and often-overmatched squad finished the season last  in the Ivy Standings.

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