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Above par fundraising skills save golf team for now

The Brandeis golf team managed to pull off the unexpected; they have pulled their program out from the brink of demise. Back in January, Brandeis golf captain Aaron Hattenbach ’09 explained the stakes prior to… Read More...

Baseball drops third straight 9-7

All the world’s a stage and we are merely players in it. Thursday afternoon presented a stage for a grand comeback. With no outs in the bottom of the ninth, the Judges dented Fitchburg State… Read More...

Softball wraps up road swing, taking 3-4

The Brandeis Judges softball team returns to home action, wrapping up two double headers in two days, sweeping Lasell 3-2, 8-3 and settling for a split at Clark taking game one 3-2 but getting blanked… Read More...

Brandeis baseball eeks out a win against Salve Regina

As Yogi Berra said, “it ain’t over until it’s over.” Brandeis certainly proved that as RBI singles from Drake Livada ’11 and Pat Nicholson ’11 in the bottom of the ninth capped an on-going comeback… Read More...

Rookies pull Judges to victory 9-5

Baseball is a game of numbers. Number of hits, number of errors, number of outs, walks, balls in play etcetera, etcetera. I say this because the Brandeis baseball team survived a numbers game against Bridgewater… Read More...

Brandeis sends three to nationals

This weekend Brandeis fencing will send three fencers to Penn State as they take on the best of the best in collegiate fencing. Making his fourth straight trip to the NCAA’s is captain Will Friedman… Read More...

Softball sweeps Wellesley double header

Three may have been the magic number according to school house rock and the third time is the charm. But for Brandeis Judges softball, four proved to be the charmed figure as Brandeis rung up… Read More...

Track sends two to Indy

After an entire year spent recovering from knee surgery, Anat Ben Nun ’09 finds herself making her third trip to the NCAA’s at Indianapolis. Ben Nun qualified for the NCAA’s in the triple jump back… Read More...

Wide right: Season ends 63-64 to F&M

LANCASTER, PA – The ball came to Steve DeLuca’s (GRAD) hand with 1.4 seconds left in the game. After nine minutes spent cutting a 20 point deficit down to one, this was the last chance… Read More...

In with a win: Brandeis beats NYU, makes NCAA tournament

The season had begun with a very disappointing loss; it ended with a convincing victory on the road. Kevin Olson ’09 made five three pointers and cemented his status as the number one three point… Read More...
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