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Baseball On Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Pirates fired manager Lloyd McClendon. McClendon was in the midst of his fifth losing seasons with the Pirates. The team had been showing promise earlier this year, but since June,… Read More...

ON YOUR MARKS: Friedman part of Brady’s bunch

When the defending NFL champion New England Patriots took the field last night, officially starting the NFL season, they were led by quarterback Tom Brady, a graduate of the University of Michigan. Brady is the… Read More...

New infusion of talent could propel 05 Golf

Despite a rocky conclusion to the 2004 campaign, the Brandeis Golf Team is well equipped for a potentially great season. Coach Bill Shipman feels confident that the arrival of three Freshman recruits, Aaron Hattenbach (Santa… 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...

NFL week two recap: Pats, Falcons lose

This week was full of only two types of games: closely contested battles and a few high-scoring blow-outs. The New England Patriots suffered their first loss of the season to the Carolina Panthers in one… Read More...

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...
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