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NHL skates into action

The National Hockey League returned with a bang on October 5, as the 2005-2006 season began with a thriller in Boston. The Montreal Canadiens scored the game-winning goal over the Boston Bruins at the TD… Read More...

The week in sports

Baseball Lou Piniella will not return next season to manage the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. He will accept a buyout of the final year of his contract and will be free to take another job.… Read More...

WSoccer play mad hatter act against Westfield State

There are two ways that a soccer team can respond to a tough loss. The first is to carry the disappointment into the next match, which typically results in a flat and uninspired effort. The… Read More...

NHL tries to win back fans with rule changes

Well folks, the lockouts over, the owners won but the game itself suffered a major defeat. Having been surpassed by NASCAR and the MLS gaining popularity, the NHL has its work cut out to regain… Read More...

NFL Week 3 recap

This week was one of last-second thrillers, as more than one third of the 14 games played were won within the last 2 minutes of play. The closest of these tight games was an overtime… Read More...

This week in sports

Football Travis Henry was suspended for four weeks for violating the leagues substance abuse program. Last weeks game for the New York Jets proved fatal for the team. Franchise Quarterback Chad Pennington suffered a shoulder… Read More...

Golf ties Tufts at ECACs

The Brandeis mens golf team tied Tufts University with an aggregate score of 333 (45 strokes over par) on September 27. The team competed at the par-72 Hampden Country Club in Hampden, Mass., with Alex… Read More...

Stewart scores lone goal as Judges defeat Colby

Shelton Stewart 06 placed himself closer to making Brandeis history by scoring his 37th goal, moving him into fourth place on Brandeiss career goal-scoring list. He is now only one point away from 100 in… Read More...

XC runs into Harrier Classic

On Saturday at the Harrier Classic both Mens and Womens Cross Country teams demonstrated their depth and consistency. The men finished third out of 7 teams while the Women finished sixth out of a field… Read More...

Highs, lows, and in-betweens

Last weekend was a trial by fire for the volleyball squad, and they returned slightly singed. Brandeis went 1-2 at the Amherst Invitational Tournament, beating Trinity College on the first day (30-26, 30-23, 25-30, 26-30,… Read More...
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