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Russo leads men’s soccer to top 20 national ranking

After helping lead the 20th ranked men’s soccer team to an undefeated 5-0 record, Lee Russo ’13 earned UAA Athlete of the Week honors and for the first time in nearly a decade, th… Read More...

Volleyball goes 4-1 on the week to continue early season success

The Brandeis volleyball team built upon their early momentum going 3-1 at the Brandeis Invitational with a pair of 3-1 wins over Babson and Rhode Island College, a 3-1 loss against … Read More...

Russo sparks men’s soccer to three more wins

The 20th ranked men’s soccer team, nationally ranked for the first time in nearly a decade, continued their early season success, going undefeated this past week with wins agai… Read More...

Volleyball roars to a 3-1 start behind Hensley’s offensive

After starting the season with three-straight match wins at the Western Connecticut State University Invitational, the Brandeis volleyball team struggled in their home opene… Read More...

Nelson Figueroa ’98 leads Pawtucket Red Sox into playoffs

Nelson Figueroa ’98 is not your typical professional pitcher: He doesn’t have plus velocity, reaching speeds of only 87 to 89 mph.

“I don’t think he ever threw in the 90s &#… Read More...

Drugs and sports: an uncomfortable partnership

Over the past month the issues of steroids and drugs has resurfaced in the sports world. In the mere span of a week, reports surfaced that San Francisco Giants outfielder Melky Cabr… Read More...

Setting the table: an in-depth look at basketball’s trip to Croatia

The men’s basketball team funded their overseas trip to Croatia by raising nearly $50,000 during the past five years.

In a follow up interview with The Hoot, forward Alex Schmid… Read More...

Fear and conspiracy in the NBA: an erosion of trust

Whether it was an alleged over-aggressive call or a call perceived to be missed, the referees quickly became a story in the NBA playoffs this year. While many have called for a compl… Read More...

Joe Paterno: a complete fraud

When the reports of sexual abuse at Penn State surfaced in 2011, Joe Paterno acted as we all did: outraged, indignant and shocked. He played the part perfectly. He claimed he did not … Read More...

Recipe for success: men’s basketball hits Croatia

The last time the men’s basketball team traveled overseas in the preseason was in 2007 when Coach Brian Meehan took the team to Italy. That season the Judges advanced to the Elite … Read More...

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