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It’s upset season

“The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, also known as March Madness, is a single-elimination tournament that happens each spring featuring 68 of the top college basketball teams in the country. As spring begins to… Read More...

The race for NBA Rookie of the Year is close

The NBA’s Rookie of the Year race has not been won just yet. For the first half of the lengthy 82-game season, most believed that Luka Doncic, the Dallas Mavericks’ small forward, would handily beat… Read More...

Men’s basketball claims ECAC Division III crown

In his first year as head coach, Jean Bain lead the Brandeis University Judges to an incredibly successful season, winning 11 more games than the previous 2017-2018 season and ultimately capturing an Eastern College Athletic… Read More...

Tennis heads out west for February break

To start off their spring season, both the Brandeis University men’s and women’s tennis teams left the cold Boston weather behind and got to embrace the California sunshine over February break. The two teams are… Read More...

Morris-Evans and Valdez triumph at Tufts

Both the men’s and women’s track teams competed at Tufts University this past weekend, battling it out in the non-scoring Cupid Invitational. The Brandeis University Judges had top performers on both sides, with the men… Read More...

Men’s and women’s fencers receive UAA athlete of the week honors

After a weekend at the second Northeast Fencing Conference meet of the season, the Brandeis Judges finished on a high note with both teams finishing with 4-2 records. The wins received at this meet place… Read More...

Men’s basketball splits weekend with two tight games

The Judges hosted tough matchups against the University of Chicago and Washington University in St. Louis this past weekend at home in Auerbach Arena, winning against the former and losing against the latter, both by… Read More...

Women’s and men’s swimming both seek wins after winter break

Coming back from a successful training trip over winter break in Florida, both the men’s and women’s swimming teams got back into the pool and came out strong for their first meet in 2019. The… Read More...

Ian Quin leads Brandeis men’s fencing to two wins

Both the men’s and women’s fencing teams hosted a plethora of opposing teams this past weekend during the annual Brandeis Invitational. The Judges faced some challenging competition, only finding two wins over ten matches. Both… Read More...

Women’s cross country places sixth in historic NCAA performance

The Judges headed to a cold and windy Wisconsin golf course to compete in the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships a few weeks ago. After placing fourth at the New England Championships at Bowdoin… Read More...
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