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Men’s basketball faces a series of player departures

Following their season in which the Brandeis basketball team finished with eight wins and 16 losses, several members of the team announced that they would not be continuing to play for the program, including star forward Jordan Cooper ’18.

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A world apart during a semester abroad in Japan

Not everyone chooses to study abroad, but for those who do, the experience can leave a lasting impact on one’s life—expanding one’s perspective of the world, making new friends and fully immersing oneself in a different culture.

Last semester, Ben Read More...

Cleveland coasts to second round of NBA playoffs

Cleveland should be feeling good about its basketball team now that the Cavaliers have swept the Indiana Pacers in the first round of the NBA playoffs. In this series, the Cavs showed some resemblance to their championship form.

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Tennis teams finish off historic seasons at UAAs

The men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to Alamonte Springs, FL, for the UAA Conference Tournament at the close of the April break.

It was the women’s team’s last matches of the season, and the Judges finished sixth with an Read More...

Men’s soccer in the off-season

Brandeis men’s soccer had a historic season in 2016. Though their record was just 13-6-4, a Cinderella-like string of games led Brandeis into the NCAA Division III Final Four. However, immediately following the season, head coach Mike Coven retired, leaving Read More...

Meet Brandeis’s Director of Athletics

From near and afar, Lynne Dempsey ’93 religiously tracks the scores and times of Brandeis’ athletic teams. Whether she is cheering on the sidelines of the soccer field or tracking the live stats of the tennis matches inside the Gosman Read More...

Bryson ’19, Gourde ’17 run national-caliber times at UAAs

The men’s and women’s track and field teams both placed seventh at the UAA Conference Championship last weekend, though each team showcased a few strong individual performances.

At the University of Chicago, which hosted the championship, Emily Bryson ’19 earned Read More...

MLB Opening Day sees teams return to the field

The approach of April means one thing in the world of sports: Opening Day is here. The baseball season starts this Sunday, April 2 with the Cubs at the Cardinals, the Yankees at the Rays and the Giants at the Read More...

Track & field transitions to the outdoor season

Braving weather in the low 40s, the track and field team earned 17 top-six performances at the Bridgewater State University Bears Invitational on March 25, the team’s first outdoor meet of the year. Three Judges also achieved qualifying times for Read More...

Baseball returns to the field after three-week hiatus

In their first game in more than three weeks, the baseball team played Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) on Friday, March 24. Sean O’Neill ’18 struck out a career-high 13 batters in seven innings, but the Judges were unable to capitalize Read More...

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