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Brown men’s soccer clinches inaugural Ivy League tournament and finishes unbeaten in regular season

Brown men’s soccer clinches inaugural Ivy League tournament and finishes unbeaten in regular season

Key points:

  • Brown men's soccer clinches the inaugural Ivy League tournament
  • The team finishes the regular season unbeaten in the Ivy League
  • Senior goalkeeper Hudson Blatteis records his sixth shutout in eight starts
Brown University men’s soccer team has secured the Ivy League tournament championship and completed an undefeated conference regular season with a draw against Yale. The Bears finished the season with a 5-4-7 record, going unbeaten in the Ivy League with a 2-0-5 record. This is the first time since 2007 that Brown has had an undefeated season in the Ivy League. In the upcoming tournament, Brown will face Penn in the semifinals. The team’s senior goalkeeper, Hudson Blatteis, recorded his sixth shutout in eight starts, helping the Bears to a run of 11 matches without a loss.
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