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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...

WBasketball split in recent road trip

When Brandeis crushed Emory at home back in January, Coach Simon told me after the game that at worst Brandeis could afford one more loss if they want to win the UAA. Their one loss… Read More...

On track for success

The Tufts Invitational was not the most important meet for the Judges this season, hence the underachieving performance from some of its members. The mens team had four athletes finish in the top eight of… Read More...

Men have been road warriors as of late

Steve DeLucas 08 Sunday afternoon performances continue to outdo themselves. The trend continued last Sunday in Cleveland, where the Judges rode DeLucas 08 career high 35 to a 74-70 overtime triumph over Case Western Reserve.… Read More...

Slavin’s NFL Forecast

The NFL season ended on Sunday night when the Pittsburgh Steelers won their first Super Bowl in 26 years. Future hall-of-famer Jerome Bettis retired after the victory, which was his first Super Bowl win after… Read More...

The past has not been a blast for this observer

There is an episode of Friends where Joey is dating a girl he thinks hes slept with before. He recognizes things in the apartment, reconnects with his favorite painting on the wall, and even relives… Read More...

Dual triumphs

In a heavily contested bout versus rival NYU, both the mens and womens fencing teams came out with 14-13 wins to capture the UAA championships. Never before in Brandeis history have the mens and womens… Read More...

This Week in Sports

Baseball Nomar Garciaparra will not play in the World Baseball Classic, citing that he needed spring training to work on first base. Bengie Molina signed a one-year deal with the Toronto Blue Jays worth $5… Read More...

This Week In Sports

Baseball After weeks of negotiations, the Boston Red Sox finally acquired Coco Crisp from the Cleveland Indians. They also received David Riske and Josh Bard in return for Andy Marte, Guillermo Mota, and Kelly Stoppach.… Read More...
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