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No place like home field for WSoccer

On days like this past Saturday, it seems like the womens soccer team could go 18-0 this year.

In a nearly flawless game, the Judges shut out Clark University 3-0 on their ho… Read More...

MSoccer primed for success

The Judges mens soccer team kicked off its home schedule on Tuesday with a dominating 4-0 win over non-conference opponent Worcester Polytechnic Institute. This was the Judges f… Read More...

Sports Talk

ES: So Jonny what do you think about Barry Bondss return to the Giants?

JC: Despite playing in a weak division, and having an outside chance to make the playoffs, the Giants … Read More...

WTennis swings into actions

The womens tennis team is conquering the court with no love in mind. Love, of course, is set aside and left as the opponents problem, and hopefully score. With a great c… Read More...

SPORTS BLURBS

Baseball
The Suffolk District Attorney has determined that no criminal charges will be filed against the police officers who were involved with the death of Victoria Snelgrove a… Read More...

Hoot sports call

Welcome to Hoot Sports, my name is David Ostrowsky and I will be the sports editor this semester. If you have any interest in sports journalism we would be happy to have you come a… Read More...

Womens soccer kicks off season tomorrow

The Brandeis University Womens Soccer Team is already deep into preparation for the season, having started the fall preseason on Friday the 26th of August. All their hard wor… Read More...

A tribute to graduated athletes

Every year around late May in the suburb ten miles west of Boston, known as the Watch City, over 800 young men and women depart for bigger and better things. Some will be doct… Read More...

Women’s Hoops

The Brandeis Womens Hoops squad loses the third leading scorer in school history in Danielle Fitzpatrick. Not to mention Jayne Wise. Yet they are expected to surpass their alread… Read More...

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