Game Day

March 10th, 2009
Women's ice hockey goalie Nicole Stock '09 set a new school mark for career saves in January, piling up forty-five against Colgate to push her total to 2,497, seven more than the previous mark. Stock already owns Brown records for saves in a period (twenty-seven), a game (sixty-six), and a season (1,004).... Men's ice hockey goalie Dan Rosen '10 is one of sixteen Division I players named as semifinalists for the Walter Brown Award, which is presented annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England. Rosen was also a semifinalist in 2007.... Wrestling coach Dave Amato won his 350th career match, placing him in the top five among active coaches..... Former football player Bill O'Brien '92 was promoted to quarterbacks coach for the New England Patriots; he had been the team's wide receivers coach.... Brown gymnasts took second place at the Ivy Classic at Yale on February 28. Vida Rivera '11, Helen Segal '10 Katie Goddard '12, and Chelsey Binkley '11 were named to the All-Ivy Classic first team, while Victoria Zanelli '11 and Lauren Tucker '12 made second team.... Led by Lauren Presant '10, who scored three goals, the women's water polo team won the Division I ECAC championship on March 1.... Women's track and field took fourth at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships on the weekend of February 28. Danielle Grunloh '10 took the shot put title, while Nicole Burns '09 won the 400-meter race for the third year in a row.... The women's ski team finished third at the regionals held at Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, on February 26. Krista Consiglio '11 took second overall by winning the slalom and finishing fourth in the giant slalom.... The men's squash team finished thirteenth nationally at the Hoehn Cup competition at Princeton on February 23....The women's squash team finished first in the Kurtz Division at the Howe Cup National Championship held in Boston on February 16.... The Ivy League announced it would begin lacrosse tournaments next year to determine who would represent the league in the NCAA championship.


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