Men’s Soccer Hosts Dartmouth on Senior Day

Men’s Soccer Hosts Dartmouth on Senior Day

Brown (7-6-3, 3-1-2 Ivy) vs. Dartmouth (5-7-4, 0-6 Ivy)
Saturday, Nov. 16 – 4 p.m.
Providence, R.I.
Stevenson Field
Live Stream: Ivy League Digital Network                                               

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Brown men's soccer team wraps up the regular season on Saturday, Nov. 16 when they play host to Dartmouth on Senior Day at Stevenson Field. The game is set to start at 4 p.m. Links to live video and live stats will be available at

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Brown downed Yale, 3-1, on the road last Saturday for the team's fourth straight victory. The Bears scored three goals in the first half, including two tallies from sophomore Tariq Akeel in the opening nine minutes of the contest, while fellow sophomore Jack Gorab also found the back of the net. Brown and Yale registered six shots apiece in the opening 45 minutes. Despite a 10-1 shot advantage by the Bulldogs in the second half, Brown senior keeper Josh Weiner (Armonk, N.Y.) turned away the only shot on-target as the Bears held on for the victory. 

Dartmouth enters Saturday's finale at 5-7-4 overall but 0-6 in Ivy League play following a 1-0 loss to Cornell last Saturday. Alex Adelabu leads the Big Green with 10 points on four goals and two assists. James Hickok and Stefan Cleveland have split time in net. Hickok is 3-4-2 on the season with a 1.06 GAA and a .702 save percentage, while Cleveland is 2-3-2 overall with a 1.34 GAA and a .775 save percentage. 

Senior keeper Josh Weiner leads the Ivy League with 74 saves on the season, while senior Jose Salama is tied for third in the league with five assists. 

Seniors Voltaire Escalona, Jack Kuntz, Jose Salama and Josh Weiner will play their final game as members of the Brown men's soccer team on Sunday and will be honored before the contest for their four years of dedication to the program.