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Track sees significant improvements at split-squad meets

This past weekend, both the men’s and women’s track teams wrapped up their indoor seasons with some members representing the Judges at Ithaca College in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship, and other members representing Brandeis in the Tufts Read More...

Women’s tennis has strong showing in SoCal

Over the February recess, #28 Brandeis women’s tennis team traveled to Southern California to play Caltech, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Cal Lutheran and the Redlands.

In their first match in Pasadena, the Judges earned a 6-1 victory over the Caltech Beavers. In the … Read More...

Men’s tennis at 3-2 after annual California trip

The men’s tennis team, currently ranked #30, competed in five matches in Southern California during the February recess.

The Judges started off the competiton week strong with a victory over their first competitor, Caltech, 8-1. Michael Arguello ’17 and Ryan … Read More...

Indoor track UAAs features strong showings

Brandeis and six other schools competed for the indoor conference title at the two-day long UAA Indoor Track and Field Championships Feb. 25-26 at the Gosman Athletic Center.

The first day of events included preliminary heats for running events, as … Read More...

Cleveland among ‘winners’ of NBA trade

With the All-Star break over, the NBA season is more than halfway through. Still, there is a lot of drama to be played out. Feb. 23 marked the NBA trade deadline and did not fail to stir up the league. … Read More...

Softball breaks even on Florida trip

The Brandeis women’s softball team traveled to Clermont, FL, to begin their season with six games from Feb. 24-26. The team played colleges from all over the country and finished with a 3-3 record.

The Judges began their season on … Read More...

Fencing competes at Eric Sollee Invitational

Coming off a 5-0 sweep meet at Brown University, the men’s fencing team returned to battle again at the Eric Sollee Invitational at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The team could not hold on to the winning streak, however, and Read More...

Basketball’s Cooper ’18 reaches 1,000 points

On Sunday, Feb. 5, Jordan Cooper ’18 successfully made a free throw, with 26.3 seconds left in the second half of the men’s basketball game against University of Rochester, for his 1,000th point. Cooper ended the home game with 1,001 Read More...

Patriots win Super Bowl in historic finish

Whether a Patriots supporter, a Falcons supporter or a fan of any other team in the National Football League, Sunday’s Super Bowl may have shifted opinion closer to fact: Tom Brady is the greatest football player of all time.

The … Read More...

Swimming travels to Chicago for UAAs

The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams left mid-week for Chicago to compete in the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship, hosted by the University of Chicago. The team will look to take home wins against seven schools within the Read More...

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