Game Day

By The Editors / July / August 2003
June 22nd, 2007
The University reported a $247,990 profit on $10.4 million in revenue from its athletic programs.… After finishing fourth at the New England Dinghy Championship, the co-ed sailing team took ninth at the North American championship in Detroit in June.… The equestrian team finished seventh at the IHSA Nationals in Tennessee in May after becoming the first Ivy League school to win the Zone 1 title.… Brad Bowery ’03 tied for ninth in the pole vault at the NCAA East Regional Track Championship in Fairfax, Virginia; Sean Thomas ’03 placed tenth in the triple jump.… Doubles team Chris Drake ’03 and Jamie Cerretani ’04 made it to the Round of 16 at the NCAA men’s tennis championship in May.… Enduring tough seasons were men’s (4–10 overall, 1–5 Ivy) and women’s lacrosse (5–9, 3–4), baseball (18–28–1, 8–12), and softball (16–23, 5–9).… Softball pitcher Uchenna Omokaro ’05 pitched a no-hitter against Penn on April 13.… Rightie closer Dan Spring ’03 was drafted in the forty-second round of the amateur baseball draft by the Detroit Tigers.… Former soccer star Corey Gibbs ’01 made his U.S. National Team debut on June 8 against New Zealand.… The New England Patriots signed tight end Chas Gessner ’03 to a free agent contract, reuniting the receiver with running back Michael Malan ’02, whom the Pats signed in January.… The 2003–04 season will mark Brown’s 125th football anniversary.
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