Men’s basketball picks up two wins and one loss

The Brandeis University men’s basketball team took on Tufts University in the opening round of the New England Big Four Challenge. Despite a big night from Chandler Jones ’21 with 25 points, tying his career high, the Judges’ three-game winning streak would come to an end as they fell 68-61 to the Jumbos. Tufts established […]

Swimming and diving drops a pair of dual meets

The Brandeis University swimming and diving teams headed on over to the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT for a dual meet. Although the Judges dropped their dual meet, Olivia Stebbins ’22 and Tamir Zitelny ’20 were double winners.  The women were defeated 157-131 but were led by Stebbins who swept the […]

Men’s basketball wins home opener and drops one on the road

The Brandeis University men’s basketball team had fans on the edge of their seats in their home opener in Auerbach Arena as they hosted the Emerson Lions. It came down to the wire for a second year in a row, as last year Brandeis defeated the Lions on their home floor thanks to a Corey […]

Men’s basketball bounces back big against Rivier

Basketball season is back, as the Brandeis University men’s basketball team opened up the 2019-2020 season against the 16th-ranked Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) Engineers. The Judges are coming off a turn around year where they went on to win the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) championship in the postseason. They battled against their ranked opponent […]

Women’s soccer drops two on the road

The Brandeis University women’s soccer team traveled to Atlanta, GA in their second stretch of conference away games. They took on the Emory University Eagles, ranked 22​nd​ in the nation by, where the Judges were defeated 4-0. The Judges entered the road trip with a 6-1 record on the road. They had the first […]

NBA season preview: the league has broken down into powerful duos

Basketball season is officially underway, as the National Basketball Association (NBA) season is back with many teams taking on a new look. It was quite the off-season, with many star players making big free agency decisions that will shift the balance of power throughout the league.  Instead of a league of super teams, decisions by […]

Women’s soccer drops two straight

The Brandeis University women’s soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to the University of Chicago in a University Athletic Association (UAA) contest on Gordon Field. It was only the third time this season that the Judges allowed multiple goals, this time to the Maroons, who are ranked 13th in Division III by the United Soccer […]

Men’s soccer bounces back after draw to CWRU

The Brandeis University men’s soccer team opened up University Athletic Association (UAA) conference play at home against the Case Western Reserve Spartans and Mass Maritime.  The Judges battled to break a tied score in the final 10 minutes of regulation but were unable to get the go ahead goal in overtime, taking the draw. The […]

Women’s soccer wins four straight

The Brandeis University women’s soccer team has been rolling with a 5-2 record and they did not let up on Saturday as they came away with a 4-0 victory over Lasell University in a non-conference match.  Makenna Hunt ’22 scored two goals to lead the way, while classmate Juliette Carreiro ’22 collected two assists. The […]

Men’s soccer draws against WPI and falls against Tufts

Brandeis’ men’s soccer team came into the week ranked No. 25 in Division III in the latest United Soccer Coaches national poll. The Judges took on Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) at home on Gordon Field, and for the fifth year in a row, the two squads battled into overtime where neither team was able to […]

Women’s soccer wins three straight

The Brandeis University women’s soccer team defeated Bridgewater State University 3-0 in the Judges’ home opener at Gordon Field. It was quite the night for Juliette Carreiro ’22 as she netted her first career multi-goal game. The start of the match was delayed by 45 minutes due to lightning but that did not slow down […]

Volleyball goes 1-2 on the weekend

Brandeis Volleyball opened up its 2019 season with a three-set victory over Westfield State University as part of the Springfield College Classic.  The first set was a battle going back and forth, as Brandeis opened up with a 5-2 lead only to see Westfield State go on to score seven of the next nine points, […]

The road to victory: USWNT

The United States Women’s National Soccer team (USWNT) made some noise this summer when they brought home the World Cup Championship. Not only did they accomplish the main goal, but the women did it fearlessly and in style.  After filing a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for equal pay before the World Cup, many […]

Baseball highlights: April 11-21

On April 11, the Brandeis baseball team defeated Becker College, 17-13. It took awhile to get there as the contest lasted three hours and 35 minutes, with the Judges scoring runs in seven of their eight innings and Becker scoring six of nine. This win was his 300-career win for Head Coach Derek Carlson. Marc […]

Virginia claims redemption one year later

A year ago, Virginia earned the overall number one seed of the tournament but lost in a heartbreaking fashion as the No. 16 University of Maryland-Baltimore County made history upsetting the Cavaliers in the first round. It was a long road back but well worth it for Virginia as they bring home the program’s first […]

The Final Four is set

The Final Four of the NCAA Tournament has been decided: Virginia, Texas Tech, Michigan State and Auburn punched their tickets to Minneapolis, Minnesota on Saturday. The Spartans were able to pull off the upset, knocking off the number one overall seed in the tournament in Duke. The Auburn Tigers continued their magical run as they […]

All the madness from week one

After four days of madness last March, articles raved about how a 16th seed had defeated a number one, a 22-point comeback, buzzer beaters and upsets all across the board. One year later, the madness has not quite lived up to what occurred last year after week one., History was still made, however, since according […]

Women’s National Soccer suing for discrimination

There are three months left until the kickoff of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. One of the most watched events in sports, all eyes are on the United States Women’s National Soccer team right now, as they filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation on Friday, March 8 for gender discrimination. We […]

Fencing squad brings home six-weapon crown from NEIFC

It was quite the successful weekend for Brandeis fencing as both the men and women placed second overall in their three weapon competitions. It was just enough for the Judges to claim the overall six-weapon title at the 2019 New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference championships. The Judges got going with the team squad competitions, as […]