Bears Look For Weekend Sweep Over Yale and Princeton In Playoff Race
Feb. 21, 2003
Providence, RI -
Brown vs. Yale:
Friday Feb. 21, 7:00 pm-Meehan Auditorium
Brown will be looking for its 32nd straight victory over Yale as they have dominated the Bulldogs since the series began back in 1976. The Bears have only lost to the Bulldogs three out of 52 times. Head Coach Digit Murphy has never lost to Yale, going a perfect 28-0-0. Last season, the two played three straight games against each other as Brown blanked Yale in every game, out-scoring the Bulldogs 21-0. Earlier this season, Brown defeated Yale 7-2, the team's second-highest offensive output this season.
Brown vs. #10 Princeton
Saturday Feb. 22, 4:00 pm-Meehan Auditorium
The Bears look to edge closer to tying the all-time series as it stands at 23-25-1 in Princeton's favor as Saturday's game marks the final regular season home game Brown's seven seniors (Kim Insalaco, Cassie Turner, Pam Dreyer, Courtney Johnson, Kate Kenny, Mandy McCurdy and Jenny Rice). All seven will be honored prior to the game . Brown has dominated the series since 1997, going 8-2. The Bears have out-scored the Tigers 30-17 in the last ten meetings, including four shutouts. Brown's 2-1 loss earlier this season snapped a seven-game win streak against the Tigers. The game is crucial for the Bears, as it may very well determine their place in the final ECAC Standings. A win could give them home ice in the first round of the playoffs. All fans will receive a poster featuring Brown's seniors at Saturday's game.