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WVolleyball falls at UAA Championship

The UAA Championship was witness to an upset that came from what appeared to be from no where. Who would have thought that number one nationally ranked Washington University, winner of all but one tournament… Read More...

Swim dives into action

This past week saw the kickoff of the Brandeis swim teams dual meets. On Oct. 26, the mens and womens teams competed against Boston Colleges swim teams. Boston College won both meets. On Oct. 29,… Read More...

WVolleyball classic in recent tourney

The long and winding road does eventually lead to that door; hopefully Brandeis success in the Judges tournament will lead them up the path of respectability. Following a tough string of matches in which Brandeis… Read More...

Soccer, anyone?

Soccer has never been Americas game. Actually, its never even been in the top five. Football, baseball, basketball, and even hockey have constantly overshadowed what is easily the most popular sport in the rest of… Read More...

The week in sports

Baseball Hall of Fame catcher and manager Al Lopez suffered a fatal heart attack this past Sunday. Lopez was a two-time all-star who played parts of a 19-year career with the Brooklyn Dodgers, the Boston… Read More...

Wsoccer Home sick

The Brandeis Womens Soccer team came into the last weekend of October with a lot to play for. Not only was it parents weekend and Fall Fest, but Fridays game was played at night under… Read More...

NFL Week 8 recap

Less than a year after suffering a stroke during the off season, linebacker Tedi Bruschi had 7 tackles in his triumphant return to the New England Patriots starting lineup. Bruschi not only helped by clogging… Read More...

MSoccer coach promises win in the last game

Brandeis began the weekend with a tie, but finished it with a loss against two tough UAA opponents. The University of Chicago Maroons took the lead early to beat Brandeis 3-1. The win left the… Read More...

NBA season preview

Last season the NBA featured a full-fledged brawl, a championship going to the Spurs, and the MVP going to a Canadian, Steve Nash, for the first time. The off-season lacked strong free agent moves, but… Read More...

MSoccer cant swallow pride

The mens soccer team suffered a devastating 4-2 road loss to Springfield College, leaving them on the outside looking in for a spot in the ECAC tournament. Forward Matt Aucoin 07 led the Springfield Pride… Read More...
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