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More than just looks: the cycle of body shaming in female sports

For athletes everywhere, us included, when we lace up our shoes and put on our uniforms, all we have in our mind is one thing: performing. Within this umbrella term of “performance” falls all the… Read More...

Fencing hosts invitational, celebrates seniors

This past weekend, in between Thanksgiving celebrations and the start of finals season, the Brandeis fencing team hosted their annual invitational to close out their 2019 season. The meet included competitors from Cornell University, St.… Read More...

Fencing shines at opening conference meet of the season

Both the men’s and women’s Brandeis fencing teams headed down to Providence, Rhode Island over the weekend to compete at Brown University in the first of two Northeast Fencing Conference (NFC) meets. As a whole,… Read More...

Men’s basketball bounces back big against Rivier

Basketball season is back, as the Brandeis University men’s basketball team opened up the 2019-2020 season against the 16th-ranked Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) Engineers. The Judges are coming off a turn around year where they… Read More...

NCAA sponsors diversity and inclusion campaign on social media for a second year

For the week of Oct. 22 through 25, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sponsored a multifaceted social media campaign that highlighted diversity within departments of athletics nationwide and hoped to serve as a way… Read More...

Tennis ends their fall seasons, Tegtmeier receives athlete of the week honors

This past weekend, both Brandeis tennis teams played in their final tournaments of the 2019-2020 fall seasons. On the men’s side, the team headed south to Middletown, CT to compete in the Wesleyan University Invitational… Read More...

Zitelny ’20 steals the show in swimming and diving team’s first meet

The Brandeis University swimming and diving team headed off to Bristol, RI for their first contest of the fall season, taking on the hosts of Roger Williams University. As a whole, the team won 12… Read More...

Brandeis men’s teams spend $11,000 more on recruitment than women’s

Brandeis men’s sports teams spend over $11,000 more than women’s sports teams in recruiting new athletes, despite an almost equal number of male and female student athletes, according to an annual Equity in Athletics Disclosure… Read More...

Men’s soccer crushes UAA conference opener

In front of alumni, current students and devoted Brandeis fans alike, the men’s soccer team opened up University Athletic Association (UAA) conference play with a win over the Carnegie Mellon Tartans on Gordon Field this… Read More...

Women’s tennis starts off fall season, Dehterevich shines

Brandeis women’s tennis team saw action in back-to-back weekends to begin their fall season, first competing at the Wallach Doubles Invitational hosted by Bates College in Lewiston, ME, and then again at the Intercollegiate Tennis… Read More...
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