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Strong start for cross country

Before a summary of Cross-country, a brief primer: For the uninitiated, mens collegiate cross-country races are typically about 8km long, or five miles and the womens races last around 5 km, or approximately 3 miles.… Read More...

Judges hold serve at home, win

One week ago, the Judges lost a tough match to Emmanuel after taking the first two games. This time around, Brandeis made sure there were no such comebacks. Playing their home opener in front of… Read More...

Judges swing into action

One of the most discussed aspects of this years Brandeis golf team during their preseason was the mix of talented youth and upperclassmen leadership that has the potential to result in one of the best… Read More...

Msoccer not discouraged by two tough defeats

2-0 is an unlucky score for the Judges. After beginning the year with a 4-0 record, Brandeis has lost two games this week, both by the score of 2-0. Brandeis currently has a 4-2 record.… Read More...

WSoccer settles for 2-2 tie with Springfield

On a day when one of their own was honored for her offensive achievements, the Brandeis Womens soccer team left it up to the defense to pull out a tough 2 -1 victory over Wellesley… Read More...

The week in sports …

Baseball On September 14th, Roger Clemens mother Bess died after a long battle with emphysema. Roger decided to dedicate his start later that night to his mother. He gave up one run in six and… Read More...

A tribute to NHL retirees

In the last month, three great players retired from professional hockey. Star Defender Al MacInnis, Defender Scott Stevens, Center Ron Francis, and Center Mark Messier all hung up their skates. MacInnis, Francis, and Messier will… Read More...

Tough loss for WVBall

This is a game the entire Judges volleyball team would love to take back. After starting the match strong with two straight wins (30-15, 30-27), they dropped the last three (22-30, 28-30, 10-15), ending with… Read More...

NFL Week 1 recap: From NE to NO

Finally the four thousand plus New Orleans residents who had been living in the Houston Astrodome had something to cheer about as they watched their New Orleans Saints win their first regular season game. Days… Read More...

Golf finishes strong at Bowdoin Invitational

The Brandeis mens golf team finished in 8th place out of 14 teams this past weekend at the Bowdoin Invitational in Brunswick, Maine, with the University of Southern Maine finishing in first place overall. Led… Read More...
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