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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...

March Madness Recap: March 16-19

For the three weeks from mid-March to the first weekend of April, it seems as if the whole world stops to appreciate the buzzer beaters, Cinderella stories and busted brackets of the NCAA men’s basketball championships. Competition began with 68 Read More...

Women’s tennis reaches highest ranking in program history

Brandeis women’s tennis had a strong start to the season with an 8-1 record going into their match against number-seven Middlebury. The Brandeis team is currently ranked 18th in Division III according to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.

The team started Read More...

Emily Bryson places ninth in mile run at NCAAs

Emily Bryson ’19 represented Brandeis women’s indoor track in the NCAA Division III national championships on March 11 and placed ninth in the mile run and 14th in the 3,000-meter run.

Going into the meet at North Central College in … Read More...

Club rowing offers training and competition

Ever wanted a full-body workout before your class? Ever want to try a new sport? Then crew may be the team for you!

The Brandeis rowing team, a club sport, has a novice and varsity team to accommodate all skill Read More...

Foilists Gets ’20 and Carminucci ’19 barely miss NCAA fencing qualification

After March 12’s NCAA Northeast Regional Fencing Championships, foilists Jessica Gets ’20 and Joanne Carminucci ’19 were named at-large candidates for NCAA Championships because they were the two top-scoring women foilists not to win a general bid to NCAAs. However, Read More...

Baseball, softball look to gain momentum in a packed schedule

Following their week-long trip to Florida, the Brandeis baseball team picked up their first win of the season against University of Massachusetts Boston on Monday, March 6. The 3-1 victory was highlighted by a strong performance from pitcher Sean O’Neill Read More...

The drama of March Madness begins

There is nothing in sports that embodies drama like March Madness. Sixty-eight teams will compete. Only one will be crowned the national champion.

With so much unpredictability in a single-elimination tournament, perhaps the only semblance of order might be in Read More...

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