BEAR SPORTS NEWS—SUNDAY EDITION*

*A compilation about Bears and Bear Alumni playing winter sports.

Bear Hockey

For the second time, the Bears’ hockey team and coaches are shaving their hair in an effort to attract donations from friends and fans to the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Hospital (which appropriately has a Bear as its symbol. To learn more about this wonderful initiative click on this (http://www.landon.net/cf_news/view.cfm?newsid=1129) and to go directly where you can donate, click here (https://www.firstgiving.com/bebraveandshave/landon)  

The initial news about Brian Jordan, who received an illegal hit in the DeMatha victory, is positive. The first review of his X rays was good. All wish him a quick recovery!

One of the big contributors to the Bears on ice is John Wellington. Yesterday, he presented a one man show of his paintings, an impressive array of his views of different objects at the Landow Gallery. There must be something artistic in a hockey stick for John’s display is in the tradition of ’12 hockey player Michael Anderson. Here is one of John’s paintings:

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The artist/hockey player with his hockey coaches:

[ picture courtesy of Cary Buckingham.]JW, coaches and cow

Bear Alumni Hockey 

Max Greenwald ’12 had an assist for the Middlebury Panthers in their 5-3 win over the Colby Mules and played in a 3-0 loss to the Bowdoin Polar Bears. 

Sam Anas ’11 had an assist in the Youngtown Phantoms 4-2 win over Des Moines Buccaneers and last night against the same team, he had two powerplay goals in regular time and scored the clincher in the shoot-out in a 6-5 win (http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=4368383567452). 

Matt Coster ’11 and Mike Anderson ‘12 ,Cornell Club and Princeton Club hockey respectively, are on exam breaks. 

Bear Alumni Hoops

Christian Webster ’09 started for the Crimson of Harvard against the Memphis Tigers in a 60-50 loss, The Bear alumnus played 26 minutes, scored 7 points, pulled down 1 board, had 2 assists and 2 steals. 

Danny Rubin’10 played for his Boston College Eagles in a 60-59 loss to the Miami Hurricanes. He had one shot in 4 minutes of play. 

Darion Atkins ‘11has started in every game for his UVa Cavaliers, but due to a lower leg injury will be sidelined for an unknown period. Get better Big Bear! 

Joe McDonald ’12 played 30 minutes for 30 minutes against the Temple Owls, a 55–53 loss and scored 5 points, had 4 rebounds and 4 assists.  Last night away at the UMass Minutemen’s court, the Bear alumnus grabbed the headline (literally; see http://www.gwsports.com/sports/m-baskbl/recaps/011913aab.html ) with a double double (16 points, 19 assists) in 29 minutes with 2 rebounds and 2 steals, also earning the featured photograph on the GWU website (below)

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Chris Hudnut ’11, a Freshman playing for the Colby Mules, started against the Trinity Bantams in a 74-63 victory in which the Bear Alum center  started, played 18 minutes, scored 5 points had a rebound, an assist and a steal. Against the Lord Jeffs of Amherst totaled 29 minutes on the court in a losing effort, 98-75. He led the team with 15 points and 3 rebounds plus contributed 2 assists, 1 block and 1 steal. Here is a picture of Chris and Jack Falvey, who attends the opposing college where he is an RHP for them.

jack and Chris

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