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This week in sports

NFL Pro Bowl linebacker Shawne Merriman of the San Diego Chargers has dropped his appeal of a four-game suspension for testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. The New York Jets insisted Curtis Martin has not… Read More...

This week in sports

Baseball Minnesota's Francisco Liriano is out for the season after re-injuring his arm in Wednesday nights loss against Oakland. Texas outfielder Gary Matthews Jr. hit for the cycle in Wednesday nights win over Detroit. Football… Read More...

Brandeis Baseball on a winning streak

Five members of the Brandeis baseball squad were selected to the UAA All-Conference teams. Phil Aurigemma 06 and Zach Golden 06 were selected to the All-UAA first team, while junior Ben Dashefsky 07, Tim Dunphy… Read More...

Baseball strikes back in most recent roadtrip

Tim Dunphy '06 continues his mastery from the mound, throwing a complete game as Brandeis shut down Salve-Regina 6-3. Brandeis was aided by a four-run second inning with the first run coming from a Seahawk… Read More...

Brandeis to induct ’06 Hall of Fame class Sunday

Martin Zelnik leads the Hall of Fame class this year, as he and five other Brandeis Six alumni will be inducted on Sunday. Zelnik, from the Bronx, was a one-of-a-kind athlete at Brandeis. He lettered… Read More...

Judges crush Leopards in home opener

The Brandeis baseball teams home opener was a huge success, as the Judges defeated the Wentworth Institute of Technology Leopards 15-4 on Tuesday. Brandeis entered the contest 4-3 with three of those wins coming against… Read More...

Track shines at NCAA’s

Three Brandeis track members were scheduled to compete in the NCAA Division III indoor track and field championships at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., but Ryan Parker 06 was unable to compete due to… Read More...

Fencing duo heads to Texas

The Brandeis Mens Fencing team will be well represented at the 2006 NCAA Championships as Jeremy Simpson 06 and Eugene Vortsman 08 both qualified this past weekend at the Northeast Regional Fencing Championships at Harvard… Read More...

Fencing takes the I-95 success route again

The Men's Fencing team continued its successful season with a fifth place finish at the IFA championships at the University of Pennsylvania this past weekend. Eleven teams competed, with only four Division I schools (Harvard,… Read More...

Msoccer finishes difficult season

In the last game of the season, the Judges tried to rally back from a 2-0 deficit, but Ben Premos goal 14 minutes into the second half, was not enough as the NYU Violets defeated… Read More...
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