Providence, Rhode Island – Brown Women’s Basketball will have two home games over the weekend as the Bears kick off the second half of their Ivy League games against Dartmouth and Harvard.
Dartmouth is Friday, February 3rd at 7:00pm and Harvard is Saturday, February 4th at 5:00pm. Both matches will be streamed on ESPN+, with Mike Mancuso making his call play-by-play for both matches. Mason Stauff will be in charge of the colors for Friday’s game and Adam Giardino for Saturday’s game. The Harvard match will also be streamed on NESN+.
Friday’s game is Brown’s faculty appreciation game. Faculty can redeem her 4 free tickets.
On Saturday, Brown will honor girls and women across the country at the athletics festival and also host a pre-game clinic from 2-3. Also, as part of the Play4Kay campaign, the first 200 fans will receive a pink T-shirt of him. Girl Scouts also sell cookies in the lobby during games.
- The Bears are looking to earn a season sweep against Dartmouth. It will be the Bears’ first season sweep against an Ivy League team since the 2016-17 season, when they dominated Cornell and Columbia.
- Isabella Mauricio He led Brown with 21 points in the Bears’ final game against Cornell. Gianna Aiello He had a career-high 12 points and seven rebounds. Ada Anamekwe He finished the game with eight rebounds, leading the team with four rebounds this season.
- Mauricio has scored in double figures in each of his last three games after falling short of 10 points in four games before starting Ivy League play. The 21 points are Mauricio’s second-most points of the year after scoring 27 against Duquesne in the Bears’ second game of the season.
- Lexi Love He continues to spark off the Bears’ bench after scoring five points and three assists against Cornell. Love has scored 4 or more points in each of his last 4 games and has 3 or more assists in each of his last 3 games.
- Kyla Jones Her double-digit five-game streak came to an end against Cornell. Jones has had her double figures in scoring in her 11 games with the Bears this season, the most on the team.
- Brown continues to be a strong defensive end in steals and blocks, and the Bears lead the Ivy League in both categories.brown is 18th 11.1 steals and 43 steals per game in the NCAArd 4.3 blocks per game in the NCAA.
- Dartmouth enters the weekend 2-19 overall and 0-7 in the Ivy League. Big Green has lost by double digits in his six of his seven Ivy League games, with the closest loss to Brown where he trails by eight points.
- Victoria Page leads the team with 8.9 points, while Mekkena Boyd (8.6) and Mia Curtis (8.5) are second and third on the team.
- Dartmouth have struggled to stop their opponents, with the team shooting 45.6% from the floor during the season. Big Green is outscoring him by more than 14 points per game.
- In his first meeting with Dartmouth, Brown held Big Green to just 3 points in the final quarter to win 66–58.
- Harvard is tied for second in the Ivy League with a 5-2 record, and is 12-7 this season. The Crimson is on a three-game winning streak heading into the weekend, and he’ll face Yale on Friday before facing the Bears.
- Harvard won 84-60 over Columbia, who had lost one in the Ivy League at the time. Jelena Rodriguez led the team with his 28 points, while his three other players finished in his double digits for the Crimson.
- Harmoni Turner leads the way this season with a 17.6, and four players have scored in double digits for Harvard. Laura Mullaney (14.8), Mackenzie Forbes (12.3) and Rodriguez (11.6) are his three others averaging over 10 points per game.
- In the first meeting of the season, Harvard won 89-59 and held the Bears to just 3 points in the first quarter. Mullaney led Harvard with his 30 points. Kyla Jones They took the lead over Brown in a 13-point loss.
Brown will be heading out for a game at Cornell on Saturday, February 11th.
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