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Brown State Lacrosse 2014 Video Preview

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Brown Lacrosse’ 2014 video trailer entitled, Brown State Lacrosse, is directed and produced by Zach Caldwell and Chandler Clarke, both Brown Lax alumni. The video visually chronicles the team through a rigorous Fall Ball and preseason training while also further explaining the industrial attitude that compels the Ivy League team to grind it out on-and-off the field every single day. Read More…

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Brown Lacrosse Captains Named; Team Awards Announced

Providence, R.I. – Head coach Lars Tiffany and the Brown men’s lacrosse team held its Annual Team Awards Banquet on Saturday, October 19, honoring the team award winners from the 2013 season and announcing the 2014 Brown lacrosse captains. Tiffany announced that senior attackman Sam Hurster (St. Louis, MO), senior middy Dan Mellynchuk (West Sayville, NY), senior defenseman Phil Pierce (Greenwich, CT) and senior defender Peter Vivonetto (Rocky Point, NY) have been named captains of the 2014 Brown men’s lacrosse team. Read More…

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Brown Lacrosse Camo Shooting Shirts Worn In Memory of Fallen Teammate, Marine

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If you watched the Wednesday night game on ESPNU tonight, then you noticed the Brown players and coaching staff wearing Camo shooting shirts. The shirts were made to honor Charlie Kenney who died in August from an unexpected seizure. Read More…

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Brown Lacrosse Announces Its Team of the Decade: 2000-2009


Providence, R.I. – The National Goalie of the Year, several Ivy League Players of the Year and an array of All-Americans highlight the Brown Lacrosse Team of the Decade from 2000-2009 as announced by Brown Lacrosse coach Lars Tiffany. The All Decade Team was announced at recent Brown Alumni Event in New York City. Read More…

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Brown Names Captains and 2012 Award Winners


Providence, R.I. — Brown men’s lacrosse coach Lars Tiffany named senior defensemen Clay Del Prince (Hamburg, NY) and Sam Ford (Reistertown, MD) team captains for the 2013 season and presented the Bears’ 2012 team awards and the program’s annual team and alumni banquet. Read More…

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Brown Men’s Lacrosse Player Passes Away

In an open letter to the Brown Lacrosse community, Head Coach Lars Tiffany wrote a about the sudden passing of Charlie Kenney. Kenney died from an unexpected seizure this week. It is evident that he was a well-liked young man that made everyone around him better. Read More…

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Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse’ Brendan Callahan and Errol Wilson Reunited and It Feels So Good

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The Lehigh defense has burst onto the national scene in leading the Mountain Hawks to their first Patriot League Tournament Title and NCAA Tournament berth. While the players have gone out and executed tremendously, two overlooked pieces are assistant coaches and longtime friends Brendan Callahan and Errol Wilson, the masterminds behind the transformation. Read More…

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Brown Lacrosse Gets Sixth Win by Upsetting Cornell, 10-9

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Ithaca, New York – The Brown men’s lacrosse team stunned third-ranked Cornell Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field when sophomore Sam Hurster (St. Louis, MO) scored on a pass from senior Parker Brown (San Francisco, CA) with four seconds remaining to lift the Bears to a 10-9 win over the Big Red and keep Brown in contention for the Ivy League Playoffs. Read More…

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Brown Loses Another One to Yale in 4 Overtimes

Providence, Rhode Island – In a marathon four overtime game that played well into the night, Yale’s Deron Dempster scored an unassisted goal on a behind-the-back shot with 1:43 left in the fourth overtime period to lead the Bulldogs to an 11-10 Ivy League win over Brown Friday evening at Stevenson Field. The win lifts Yale to 6-4 overall, 3-2 in the Ivy League, while Brown falls to 4-7 overall, 1-3 in Ivy play. Read More…

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Dealing With a Major Lacrosse Injury

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In the first quarter of that game (presumably), I did something to my knee. I don’t know exactly what, but I know that at the end of the quarter, it started to feel weird. By halftime, I looked down and noticed that my knee had swelled to about the size of a grapefruit. Read More…

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