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Women’s basketball honors three seniors, names two to All-UAA teams

In the waning moments of the fourth quarter on Senior Day, senior Hannah Nicholson ’20 grabbed an offensive rebound and nailed a turnaround jumper before checking out for the final time, her last act in… Read More...

Women’s tennis places seventh at Indoor Nationals

The women’s tennis team is back to a full roster after being one player short just in time for the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s (ITA) Indoor Nationals. Walk-on Summer Quinn ’22 clinched her first collegiate win… Read More...

Men place fourth, women fifth at UAA indoor track and field championships

Last weekend, the Judges headed to New York City to compete at The Armory for the University Athletic Association (UAA) indoor track and field championships meet, hosted by New York University (NYU). After the two-day… Read More...

Why you shouldn’t count the Red Sox out yet

It has been a wild off-season for the Boston Red Sox. They went from trying to trade Mookie Betts, to saying there is no way, and then eventually trading him. In that trade, they sent… Read More...

Men’s basketball honors two on senior day, Jones and Sawyer receive all-UAA recognition

Prior to the Judges’ final home game of the season against New York University (NYU), Brandeis University honored seniors Eric D’Aguanno ’20 and Collin Sawyer ’20.  D’Aguanno has truly left his mark on the hardwood,… Read More...

Men’s and women’s track and field hit PR’s, school records before UAA’s

Two school records were broken over the past few weekends by the men’s and women’s track and field team, as well as personal records (PR) for much of the team. The team travelled to Medford,… Read More...

The impact of the NBA’s young players and the development of ‘micro ball’

After his historic freshman season at Duke last year, many anticipated that the eventual number one pick in the 2019 NBA draft, Zion Williamson, would come to dominate the NBA. What few anticipated however, is… Read More...

Men’s tennis place fourth at ITA DIII Team Indoor Championships

The No. 8 ranked Judges men’s tennis team won in their season opener to Bentley University 8-1. The Judges are now 1-0 on the season, giving Bentley its first loss of the season with a… Read More...

Fencing competes at Duke, Beanpot and NEIFC Championships as Shealy heads to Jr. Olympics

The Brandeis Fencing squads began a three tournament run at the Duke University Invitational in Durham, NC at the beginning of the month. The men posted a 1-4 record, defeating the Johns Hopkins University and… Read More...

Men’s and women’s swimming place eighth at UAA Championships

Multiple school records were broken at the swimming and diving University Athletic Association (UAA) championships at the University of Chicago in Chicago, IL, including the Judges’ oldest school record.  Rookie Ema Rennie ’23 was one… Read More...
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