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Track and field continues to impress

The Brandeis men’s and women’s track and field teams competed last weekend in the Boston University Terrier Classic, a non-scoring meet with competition from Division I, II and III schools as well as non-collegiate teams.

Their best performance in an … Read More...

Track and field continues to impress

The Brandeis men’s and women’s track and field teams competed last weekend in the Boston University Terrier Classic, a non-scoring meet with competition from Division I, II and III schools as well as non-collegiate teams.

Their best performance in an … Read More...

Fencing squads have strong outing

Just five days after defeating Chicago in overtime, the men’s basketball team pulled out a tough overtime victory against Case Western Reserve, 78-74, this past Friday. The Judges continued their strong play in an 80-67 win against Carnegie Mellon this … Read More...

Judges edge Wellesley

This past Wednesday the Brandeis women’s fencing team edged host Wellesley College 14-13 in a very tight match.

The Judges won epee 8-1 and sabre 6-3, but dropped the foil 9-0.

In the sabre, Zoe Messinger ’13 and Emmily Smith … Read More...

Track and Field has strong outing at GBTC Invitational

Both the men’s and women’s track and field teams showed some strong performances this past Sunday at the non-scoring Greater Boston Track Club Invitational at Harvard University.

While Chris Brown ’12 finished third in the Bill Squires Open Mile run, … Read More...

Tebowmania: the second coming

The rollercoaster ride that was the Denver Broncos’ season finally came to an end this past Saturday with a blowout loss to the New England Patriots. Tebow had a sub-par performance with no touchdowns, five sacks and a lost fumble, … Read More...

Track and field brief

The men’s and women’s track and field teams were in action this past Saturday at the Bowdoin 5 Way Meet. The women’s team finished fourth overall but saw some strong individual performances. Ali Kirsch ’14 finished second in the 1,000-meter … Read More...

Cross country brief

Kate Warwick ’12 finished 48th out of 277 runners with a time of 21:54:84 at the 2011 NCAA Division III Women’s Cross Country Championships. Warwick missed a top 35 spot by just 12 seconds, which would have gotten her All-American … Read More...

Brandeis fencing dominates at meet

Both men’s and women’s fencing gave strong performances at the Northeast Fencing Conference meet at the University of New Hampshire on Nov. 19. Both teams beat Boston University, UMass and University of New Hampshire. The women’s team beat Wellesley College … Read More...

Cross-Country Brief

This past weekend at the NCAA Division III New England Regional Championship at Bowdoin College, the Men’s Cross Country team showed some strong performances but failed to qualify for a fourth straight NCAA championship berth. Mark Boutin ’12 was the … Read More...

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