• Record 12 Brown Players Named To National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society
    May 10, 2010
    Record 12 Brown Players Named To National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society The National Football Foundation announced that 12 seniors on the Brown football team have been named to the NFF Hampshire Honor Society, which is comprised of college football seniors from all divisions of play, who maintain a 3.2 GPA or better, and are a starter or significant substitute. A total of 620 players from 246 schools of all divisions qualified for membership in the society’s fourth year, an 80-percent increase from the inaugural class in 2007. Brown football had more players honored than any Division I school in the nation.
  • Brown University Athletics Colloquium: The Impact of Concussions - Protecting Athletes at All Levels
    April 16, 2010
    Brown University Athletics Colloquium: The Impact of Concussions - Protecting Athletes at All Levels Brown University, a leader in sports concussion research, will host a colloquium to educate and provide information to coaches, athletes and parents on brain injuries, titled "The Impact of Concussions: Protecting Athletes at All Levels," on Monday evening, April 26 at the Salomon Lecture Center on the Brown campus. The colloquium will start with a showing of the HBO Special on the effects of sports related concussions have on players, starting at 6:30 p.m., followed by the panel discussion at 7:00 p.m.
  • Join Brown Football In Support of Bone Marrow Donor Testing Drive, Monday, April 26
    April 12, 2010
    Join Brown Football In Support of Bone Marrow Donor Testing Drive, Monday, April 26 The Brown University football team has joined collegiate football teams throughout the country in sponsoring a bone marrow donor testing drive on Monday, April 26 in an effort to recruit 5,000 new bone marrow volunteers to the Be The Match registry. The drive, sponsored by Brown Football, the Brown Medical School and the RI Blood Center, will be held on the Brown campus at Andrew’s Hall, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Brown Football Hosts Two Pro Days
    March 29, 2010
    Brown Football Hosts Two Pro Days In preparation for the upcoming NFL draft, Brown football held two Pro Days (March 10 and March 23), with several Brown players and players from neighboring schools participating under the watchful eye of NFL scouts. Brown seniors Buddy Farnham, Bobby Sewall, Jimmy Develin and David Howard all participated for the Bears with several impressive performances
  • Former Brown Football Standout Colin Cloherty To Play In Super Bowl XLIV
    February 04, 2010
    Former Brown Football Standout Colin Cloherty To Play In Super Bowl XLIV Former Brown All-Ivy tight end Colin Cloherty ’09 is a member of the Indianapolis Colts’ 53-man roster for Super Bowl XLIV to be played in Miami, Florida on February 7, 2010.
  • Buddy Farnham '10 Named AP All-American
    December 22, 2009
    Buddy Farnham '10 Named AP All-American Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham, the Ivy League and New England Player of the Year, has been named a second team Associated Press All-American.
  • Mark Callahan, Buddy Farnham and Paul Jasinowski Named ECAC FCS All-Stars
    December 22, 2009
    Mark Callahan, Buddy Farnham and Paul Jasinowski Named ECAC FCS All-Stars Brown senior center Mark Callahan (Syracuse, NY), senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (Andover, MA) and senior offensive tackle Paul Jasinowski (Washington, DC) have been named to the 2009 ECAC Football Championship Subdivision All-Star Team.
  • Buddy Farnham  Named Bulger Lowe Award Recipient As the New England Player of the Year
    December 17, 2009
    Buddy Farnham Named Bulger Lowe Award Recipient As the New England Player of the Year The post-season awards keep pouring in for Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (Andover, MA), who was named the recipient of the 71st annual George Bulger Lowe Award, “New England’s Heisman Trophy,” by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston. The award will be presented at the Gridiron Club’s annual Bob Whelan College Football Awards Night on Thursday, January 14, 2010, at the Burlington Marriott in Burlington, Massachusetts.
  • James Develin, Buddy Farnham and Paul Jasinowski Named All-New England
    December 03, 2009
    James Develin, Buddy Farnham and Paul Jasinowski Named All-New England Brown senior defensive end James Develin (Gilbertsville, PA), senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (Andover, MA) and senior offensive tackle Paul Jasinowski (Washington, DC) have been named to the All-New England All-Star Team, as selected by the New England Football Writers. The trio will be honored at the New England Football Writers Annual Awards and Captains Banquet, December 10 at the Casa di Fior restaurant in Wilmington, MA.
  • Fall Academic All-Ivy Honorees Announced
    December 02, 2009
    Fall Academic All-Ivy Honorees Announced Providence, RI- The Ivy League released its fall list of Academic All-Ivy honorees, with ten Brown student-athletes being recognized. The five males and five females were starters or key reserves on their respective varsity teams and carry a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average.
  • Buddy Farnham To Receive New England Football Writers Gold Helmet Of The Year
    November 30, 2009
    Buddy Farnham To Receive New England Football Writers Gold Helmet Of The Year Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (Andover, MA), the Ivy League Player of the Year, has been named the Gold Helmet Award of the Year award winner as the outstanding player in New England by the New England Football Writers. Farnham will receive the award at the NE Football Writers Annual Awards and Captains Banquet, December 10 at the Casa di Fior restaurant in Wilmington, MA.
  • Paul Jasinowski Named Second Team CoSIDA Academic All-American
    November 25, 2009
    Paul Jasinowski Named Second Team CoSIDA Academic All-American Brown senior right tackle Paul Jasinowski (Washington, DC) has been named a second team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
  • Buddy Farnham Named Ivy League Co-Player of the Year As 14 Brown Football Players Are Named All-Ivy
    November 24, 2009
    Buddy Farnham Named Ivy League Co-Player of the Year As 14 Brown Football Players Are Named All-Ivy Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (Andover, MA) was named the Ivy League Co-Player of the Year, headlining 14 Brown football players who were selected to the 2009 All-Ivy League Football Team as voted by the eight Ancient Eight Football coaches. Farnham was named first team All-Ivy at wide receiver and as a return specialist, and is joined on the first team by senior center Mark Callahan (Syracuse, NY), senior tackle Paul Jasinowski (Washington, DC), junior quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero (Gilbert, AZ), senior wide receiver Bobby Sewall (Portsmouth, RI), senior defensive end James Develin (Gilbertsville, PA), senior tackle David Howard (Columbia, MD), senior linebacker Kelley Cox (Owings Mille, MD) and senior safety Chris Perkins (Bridgeton, MO). Earning second team All-Ivy honors were offensive guard Tim Danser (Saratoga, CA), junior tailback Zachary Tronti (Ponte Vedra, FL), senior corner back David Clement (Lansdale, PA), freshman defensive back AJ Cruz and sophomore punter Nate Lovett (East Providence, RI).
  • Bears Fall To Columbia, 28-14, In Final Game
    November 21, 2009
    Bears Fall To Columbia, 28-14, In Final Game A once promising 2009 season ended in disappointment for the Brown football team, as the Bears dropped a 28-14 decision to Columbia at Wein Stadium in their final regular season game. Brown finished third in the Ivy League standings with a 4-3 league mark, 6-4 overall, while Columbia moves to 4-6 overall, 3-4 in league play.
  • Bears Wrap-Up 2009 Season At Columbia
    November 19, 2009
    Bears Wrap-Up 2009 Season At Columbia Brown football will face Columbia in its final regular season game on Saturday, November 21 at Wein Stadium in New York City, starting at 12:30 pm. The Bears have clinched a winning season for the eighth time in Phil Estes’ 12-year tenure as head coach at Brown and for the 58th time in Brown football history.
  • Farnham’s TD Reception Lifts Brown To 14-7 Overtime Win Over Dartmouth
    November 14, 2009
    Farnham’s TD Reception Lifts Brown To 14-7 Overtime Win Over Dartmouth Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham caught a 17-yard touchdown pass in overtime, and senior defensive end James Develin stopped Dartmouth for a two-yard loss on the final play of the game, to lift the Bears to a 14-7 overtime victory over the Big Green at rain swept Brown Stadium. The win assures the Bears of at least third place in the Ivy standings with a 6-3 overall record, 4-2 in Ivy play, while Dartmouth drops to 2-7 overall and 2-4 in Ivy play.
  • Brown Honors Seniors At Final Home Game Against Dartmouth
    November 11, 2009
    Brown Honors Seniors At Final Home Game Against Dartmouth Brown football will close out its 2009 home season on Saturday, November 14 against Dartmouth at Brown Stadium, beginning at 12:30 p.m. 22 football seniors will be honored in ceremonies prior to Saturday’s game against the Big Green. This year’s group of extraordinary seniors has posted a 20-18 record over their four-year careers, including a 15-11 Ivy mark, winning an Ivy League title in 2008. Brown’s Class of 2010 includes: Jack Anderson, Mark Callahan, David Clement, Kelley Cox, Tim Danser, James Develin, Buddy Farnham, Andrew Fertig, Brendan Gallagher, David Howard, Peter Hughes, Paul Jasinowski, Jarrid Johnston, Michael Lemmons, Matthew Mangiacotti, Brian Neff, Chris Perkins, Drew Plichta, Phil Roffi, Trevan Samp, Bobby Sewall and Alex Shields.
  • AJ Cruz Named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week
    November 09, 2009
    AJ Cruz Named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week Brown freshman defensive back AJ Cruz (Lake Forest, CA) was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week for his exploits, including a late game interception, in Saturday’s 35-21 win over Yale.
  • Brown Takes Down Yale, 35-21
    November 07, 2009
    Brown Takes Down Yale, 35-21 Sophomore tailback Spiro Theodhosi ran for 167 , and senior Buddy Farnham made two touchdown receptions to lead Brown to a 35-21 Ivy League victory over Yale at the Yale Bowl. The win, the first over Yale for the Brown seniors, lifts the Bears to 5-3 overall and 3-2 in the Ivy League, while Yale falls to 4-4 overall and 2-3 in Ivy play.
  • Bears Take On Yale In New Haven
    November 06, 2009
    Bears Take On Yale In New Haven Brown returns to the gridiron on Saturday, November 7, traveling to New Haven, Connecticut to battle Yale at the Yale Bowl in a game televised live on the YES Network. Both the Bears and Elis come in with identical 4-3, 2-2 Ivy records and are tied for third place in the Ivy League standings.
  • Brown Football Team Hosts Third Annual Bench Press for Cancer on November 9th
    November 04, 2009
    Brown Football Team Hosts Third Annual Bench Press for Cancer on November 9th The Third Annual Bench Press for Cancer, hosted by the Brown University football team and sponsored by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), will be held on Monday, November 9th at 12 Noon on the Wriston Green in front of the Ratty. Combining dedication to physical training and dedication to helping others, this event is a bench press contest in which all proceeds go directly to The American Cancer Society.
  • Nate Lovett Named Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week
    November 02, 2009
    Nate Lovett Named Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week Brown sophomore punter Nate Lovett (East Providence, RI/East Providence HS) has been named the Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week for his punting exploits in Saturday’s game against Penn.
  • Penn Outlasts Brown, 14-7, In Overtime
    October 31, 2009
    Penn Outlasts Brown, 14-7, In Overtime The ominous 40-mile per hour gusts that swirled through Brown Stadium proved to be a bad omen for the Brown football team, as first place Penn held the Ivy League’s top passing offense to 241 yards in the air to gain a 14-7 overtime win over the Bears. The loss drops Brown to 4-3 overall, 2-2 in the Ivy League, while Penn stays atop the Ivy standings with a 5-2 overall record, 4-0 in Ivy play.
  • Brown’s Paul Jasinowski Named Finalist for 2009 National Football Foundation National  Scholar-Athlete Class
    October 29, 2009
    Brown’s Paul Jasinowski Named Finalist for 2009 National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete Class Brown's Paul Jasinowski and 15 other class members each win $18,000 postgraduate scholarships as finalists for the 20th Anniversary William V. Campbell Trophy, endowed by HealthSouth, that will be presented on December 8, 2009 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
  • Brown Hosts First Place Penn In Key Ivy Battle
    October 29, 2009
    Brown Hosts First Place Penn In Key Ivy Battle Brown (4-2, 2-1 Ivy) and Penn (4-2, 3-0 Ivy) will battle it out on Saturday, October 31, 2009, at Brown Stadium, beginning at 12:30 p.m., in a classic match-up of the Ivy League’s top offense and the league’s leading defense. Brown has scored an Ivy League leading 28.5 points per game, and leads the league with 290.0 passing yards, and 413.8 yards of total offense. Penn features the league’s top defense, allowing just 12.3 points per game, 149.7 passing yards, and 216.2 total yards per game.
  • A.J. Cruz Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week
    October 26, 2009
    A.J. Cruz Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week Brown freshman defensive back A.J. Cruz (Lake Forest, Calif.) had another strong game in the Bears’ secondary in a 34-14 win over Cornell and was named the Ivy League’s Rookie of the Week. Cruz collected a team-high seven tackles, including six solo stops and an interception that he returned 26 yards.
  • Brown’s Defense Stifles Cornell, 34-14
    October 24, 2009
    Brown’s Defense Stifles Cornell, 34-14 Senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham caught touchdown passes of 48 and 56 yards, and junior tailback Zack Tronti ran for three touchdowns, as the Bears captured their fourth straight game, earning a 34-14 Ivy League victory over Cornell at Schoellkopf Field. Brown’s defense keyed the victory, keeping the Cornell’s offense off the scoreboard and making big play after big play. Trailing 14-7 late in the third quarter, Brown scored 14 points in a span of 15 seconds to turn the momentum in their favor.
  • Brown Travels To Ithaca For Ivy Battle With Cornell
    October 22, 2009
    Brown Travels To Ithaca For Ivy Battle With Cornell After three straight wins at home, Brown hits the road for an Ivy League match-up with Cornell on Saturday, October 24th at Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca, New York. The Bears opened their season with two road losses by a total of four points, but have rallied at home to win three straight games.
  • Buddy Farnham Wins Boston Gridiron Club Gold Helmet Award
    October 21, 2009
    Buddy Farnham Wins Boston Gridiron Club Gold Helmet Award After amassing 309 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns in Brown’s 34-17 victory over Princeton, Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham was honored with the Gridiron Club of Boston Gold Helmet Award as the outstanding player in New England. He received the award at the New England Football Writers Weekly Luncheon on Wednesday.
  • Buddy Farnham '10 Named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week
    October 19, 2009
    Buddy Farnham '10 Named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham was named the Ivy League’s Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in Brown’s 34-17 Ivy victory over Princeton on Saturday. Farnham let his legs do the talking in
 Brown's victory over the Tigers, accumulating 309 all-purpose yards, which 
ranks seventh all-time in Ivy League football history.
  • Farnham’s 309 All-Purpose Yards Sparks Brown Over Princeton, 34-17
    October 17, 2009
    Farnham’s 309 All-Purpose Yards Sparks Brown Over Princeton, 34-17 Senior All-American wide receiver Buddy Farnham accumulated 309 all-purpose yards and scored touchdowns on an 80 yard pass reception and a 92 yard kickoff return, to lead Brown to its third straight win, a 34-17 victory over Princeton before a Parent’s Day crowd of 8,017 at Brown Stadium.
  • Rooney's "Rudy"
    October 15, 2009
    Rooney's "Rudy" Tied with No. 19 and undefeated Holy Cross in the game's final minutes, Brown brought on junior kicker Patrick Rooney to attempt a 34-yard, game-winning field goal. The boot went through the uprights, giving the Bears a 34-31 victory.
  • VERSUS To Nationally Televise Brown vs. Princeton
    October 15, 2009
    VERSUS To Nationally Televise Brown vs. Princeton Brown returns to Ivy League play on Saturday, October 17, hosting the Princeton Tigers at Brown Stadium, following a thrilling 34-31 win over #19 Holy Cross, when junior Patrick Rooney booted a 34-yard game-winning field goal with four seconds remaining to give Brown the victory. Bears’ junior quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero established a new Ivy League record with 46 completions against the Crusaders.
  • Kyle Newhall-Caballero ‘11 Earns New England Gold Helmet/Named College Sporting News National All-Star
    October 14, 2009
    Kyle Newhall-Caballero ‘11 Earns New England Gold Helmet/Named College Sporting News National All-Star Brown junior quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero (Gilbert, AZ) has been selected the New England Football Writers Gold Helmet Award winner as the outstanding player in New England, and was named a College Sporting News National All-Star for his role in Brown’s 34-31 win over 19th-ranked Holy Cross on Saturday.
  • Kyle Newhall and Patrick Rooney Named Ivy League Players of the Week
    October 12, 2009
    Kyle Newhall and Patrick Rooney Named Ivy League Players of the Week Brown junior quarterback Kyle Newhall (Gilbert, AZ) was named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week and junior kicker Patrick Rooney (Wheaton, IL) earned Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week honors for their performances in Brown’s 34-31 victory over 19th-ranked Holy Cross on Saturday.
  • Brown Stuns #19 Holy Cross, 34-31, On Rooney’s Late Field Goal and Newhall’s Ivy Record 46 Completions
    October 10, 2009
    Brown Stuns #19 Holy Cross, 34-31, On Rooney’s Late Field Goal and Newhall’s Ivy Record 46 Completions Junior Patrick Rooney booted a 34-yard field goal with four seconds remaining to lift Brown to a stunning 34-31 victory over 19th-ranked Holy Cross at Brown Stadium. Bears’ junior quarterback Kyle Newhall set an Ivy League record with 46 pass completions against the Crusaders, as the Bears earned their second straight win to extend their record to 2-2 overall. The loss was Holy Cross’ first of the season, dropping to 4-1 overall.
  • Aerial Show Expected As Brown Hosts Holy Cross
    October 08, 2009
    Aerial Show Expected As Brown Hosts Holy Cross Whenever Brown and Holy Cross get together, footballs are sure to fill the air. Expect a reprise of the aerial show with both teams boasting dynamic passing offenses when the Bears and Crusaders battle on Saturday, October 10 at Brown Stadium, with kick-off at 12:30 p.m.
  • Providence Journal:  Brown's Sewall has had a Storybook Career
    October 06, 2009
    Providence Journal: Brown's Sewall has had a Storybook Career He is called the most versatile athlete in the Ivy League, was All-New England last year, and going into this season was already 25th on the Ivy League's all-time reception list. So you can make a case that very few Rhode Islanders in recent memory have had a better college football career than Bobby Sewall, who has gone from Portsmouth to Brown as easily as he evades defensive backs.
  • Buddy Farnham Named National Special Teams Player of the Week
    October 06, 2009
    Buddy Farnham Named National Special Teams Player of the Week Brown senior All-American wide receiver Buddy Farnham (Andover, Mass.) turned in a huge performance on a rain-soaked field for Brown in its 28-20 victory at home over Rhode Island in the annual Governor's Cup game and was named the National Special Teams Player of the Week by The Sports Network.
  • Providence Journal:  Farnham, the latest in his family to star at Brown, plays a lot like Sean Morey
    October 06, 2009
    Providence Journal: Farnham, the latest in his family to star at Brown, plays a lot like Sean Morey There always seemed to be a game of football going on in the backyard of the Farnham house in Andover, Mass. Kids throwing, kids catching, kids running. Young Buddy Farnham particularly liked catching the ball, then dodging defenders on his way to an imaginary end zone. But, while the other kids in the neighborhood dreamed of being NFL stars, Farnham dreamed of starring at Brown.
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