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Volleyball drops both games at UAAs; earn top seed in ECAC tournament

The Brandeis volleyball team lost both of its matches at the University Athletic Association tournament at Emory University Nov. 2, finishing in seventh place. In the quarter-f… Read More...

Men’s soccer defeats NYU; returns to NCAA tournament

The 17th-ranked Brandeis men’s soccer team defeated NYU 1-0 in the regular season finale Nov. 3. With the win, the Judges finish the season with a record of 16-2-1 (4-2-1 UAA) and … Read More...

Judges continue to shatter records in their return

The Judges hit the road last weekend as they traveled to Rochester for their first road meet of the season.

On the men’s side, Max Fabian ’15 continued his record-setting perfo… Read More...

Brandeis falters on senior day; loses control of their own fate

The men’s soccer team suffered its first home defeat of the season at the worst possible time this past weekend. With a chance to clinch the UAA and an automatic bid into the NCAA to… Read More...

Colvin stars for cross-country at the UAA championships

Both the men and women’s cross country team traveled to the University of Rochester this past weekend for the UAA championships.

Ed Colvin ’14 earned his first career All-UAA … Read More...

Men’s soccer sees unbeaten streak end; rebound with three straight wins

Two weeks ago, the men’s soccer team 17-game unbeaten streak came to an end after a 1-0 defeat against the University of Chicago. Following the loss, the Judges dropped from nint… Read More...

Brandeis Football star, Bill McKenna, passes away at the age of 79

Before the doors to the Brandeis gridiron were shut, Bill McKenna ’55 roamed the field. McKenna was the university’s first ever All-American and he continued his successful … Read More...

Brandeis Football: a footnote in history

While President Theodore Roosevelt is regarded as the man who saved football, in an ironic twist, his niece, former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, was a key figure in eliminating t… Read More...

Swimming and Diving returns to action after absence

Competing for the first time at home since the 2008 season, the Brandeis swimming and diving team announced their return to competition with a new school record in a pair of losses t… Read More...

Men’s soccer runs unbeaten streak to 16 with 1-0 win over Wheaton

After seeing their winning streak come to an end this past Saturday after a 1-1 tie against the University of Rochester, the Judges rebounded with a 1-0 victory over Wheaton on Wedn… Read More...

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