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Fencing duo heads to Texas

The Brandeis Mens Fencing team will be well represented at the 2006 NCAA Championships as Jeremy Simpson 06 and Eugene Vortsman 08 both qualified this past weekend at the Northeast Regional Fencing Championships at Harvard… Read More...

Baseball says adieu to Puckett

Hall of Famer Kirby Puckett died late last Monday after suffering a stroke the previous day. Puckett was the third overall pick in the 1982 draft by the Minnesota Twins. Two years later, his major… Read More...

The road to Minnesota and Nationals

Brandeis will bring three track athletes to the NCAA Division III Championships at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. The three well-deserving Judges are Ryan Parker '06, Jane Farrell 06 and Anat Benun 09. Parker… Read More...

Judges fall short of Sweet 16

BRUNSWICK,ME-Brandeis faced the Salem State Vikings who made their record 23rd straight appearance in the NCAA tournament. Even though there were times when Brandeis nearly squandered their chances, they managed to clamp down for a… Read More...

My Maine fascination with Bowdoin

BRUNSWICK,ME- Admit it. We've all made our fair share of jokes about Maine. The state best known for lobster and lighthouses is dismissed by many as Americas northern wasteland. How many times have we heard… Read More...

Tips for success at NCAAs

Brandeis has a very good chance in this tournament. The Lady Judges finished second in a very tough division by defeating tough opponents like Rochester, not only at home but on the road. For victory… Read More...

Swim teams make a splash at New England Championships

At the beginning of February break, the Brandeis Mens and Womens Swimming Teams competed in the New England Championships. The men competed against 14 other teams, while the women competed against 21 other teams. On… Read More...

This Week in Sports

Baseball Kip Wells of the Pittsburgh Pirates was diagnosed with a blood clot close to his right arm. If he has surgery, he will miss five to eight months, virtually the entire season. Colorados Aaron… Read More...

See you next season

The Men's Basketball team closed out an up and down year by crushing conference rival NYU 70-46. Rocco Toppi 08, Joe Coppens 09 and Kevin Olson 09 each had 11 points, with Coppens and Olsen… Read More...

A Patriot in Waltham

While many of us were packing and heading off to warmer destinations a couple weeks ago, two time pro bowler and Super Bowl champion Rodney Harrison stopped by Moody Street. That's right, the same Rodney… Read More...
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