Men’s fencing tops MIT at Beanpot

The Brandeis University fencing team hosted the Beanpot tournament Wednesday, Feb. 13. The men went 1-2 on the evening, beating MIT, while the women were 0-3. Harvard University won the meet with top ranked teams with the women ranked No. 2 in the nation by CollegeFencing360 and men No. 5. The Brandeis men finished in […]

Swimming and diving find success on senior day

It was senior day for the Brandeis University swimming and diving teams when they won 21 of 32 events to go on and sweep Clark University at Linsey Pool on Saturday. The men won by a margin of 182-91 while the women took a 153-116 decision. It was the men’s fourth straight win, improving their […]

Track & field succeeds at Bowdoin Invitational

Brandeis track and field was back in action in their second meet of the semester at Bowdoin College. The women led the way finishing in fourth place of the six teams competing with 71 points, while on the other side the men were sixth overall with 32 points. There were some top performers on the […]

Men’s basketball finds success opening up UAA play

Over winter break, men’s basketball was still in action with five games, one out of conference and three UAA games. The Judges began on Dec. 30, hosting Bowdoin College. Brandeis outscored Bowdoin, 32-23, in the first half, closing on a 6-0 run in the final 1:13 to take a nine point lead. Eric D’Aguanno ’20 […]

Indoor track and field opens the season at UMass

The Brandeis University indoor track and field team opened its 2018-19 campaign this weekend at the UMass Boston Invitational. The Judges saw one school record broken and had one event winner and five other top three finishes. It did not take long for rookie Sonali Anderson ’22 to make her presence felt early on in […]

The ongoing success of Emily Bryson

The success that Emily Bryson ’19 has had throughout her career here at Brandeis is no secret. As successful as she is on the track and in cross country, she has been just as accomplished in her studies. She is a double major in Biology and HSSP with a minor in French and francophone studies. […]

Volleyball ends the 2018 season with impressive UAA tournament

The Brandeis University volleyball team turned out one of its best performances in nearly a decade for the program in the UAA this past weekend. It was the Judges’ final three games of the 2018 season, against NYU, Emory and Case Western Reserve (CWRU). They opened play against 11th ranked Emory at the UAA tournament […]

Women’s soccer goes 1-1 in a tough two-game stretch

The 13th ranked Brandeis women’s soccer team faced a tough weekend, going against top-ranked Washington University and 10th ranked Chicago University. In their first contest, Friday Oct. 26 in St. Louis, the Judges held off Washington University for most of the regulation time until the Bears scored with less than a minute remaining before overtime […]

Bartlett leads volleyball to undefeated weekend

The Brandeis University volleyball team swept through their final non-conference tournament of the season at the Hall of Fame Invitational at Smith College. The Judges’ first match was against Worcester State University. In the opening set, the Judges and Lancers were tied at 18 before making a 7-1 run to take the set 25-19. In […]

Men’s soccer ends the weekend with a thriller

The Brandeis men’s soccer team faced another weekend of UAA conference matchups, this time hosting University of Rochester and Emory University. Both contests needed extra time to be decided with the Judges experiencing a heartbreaker against Rochester on Friday but bouncing back with a thrilling win against Emory on Sunday. The first match against Rochester […]

Men’s tennis Ng and Chen take home Wallach doubles title

The Brandeis men’s tennis team traveled up to Maine for the weekend for the Bates College James Wallach Invitational. For the second straight year a Brandeis tandem took home the A doubles flight trophy. This year the victorious combo was Tyler Ng ’19 and Jeff Chen ’22. The senior-first year combo defeated an Amherst duo […]

Men’s soccer opens the UAA with a draw, then knocks off MIT

The Brandeis University men’s soccer team opened up homecoming weekend with a UAA conference matchup following the women’s soccer game at 11 a.m. It was a beautiful day for some soccer, not to mention opening up UAA conference play against Case Western Reserve. The game went to double overtime, with neither team able to notch […]

Volleyball rallies to defeat Colby after a narrow loss to Bates

The Brandeis University volleyball team traveled to Maine this past weekend for games against Bates College and Colby. In their first contest, the Judges fell in four sets, dropping a couple of narrow sets. However, the Judges were able to bounce back with a three set win over Colby in their second match of the […]

Men’s soccer proves dominance in an 8-0 sweep

The Judges are off to a slow start to begin the season with a record of 2-3. After being ranked fourth nationally, the Judges have fallen out of the top 25 after losing two in a row last week. However, this is not the first time the Brandeis Judges have faced a slow start to […]

Men’s soccer drops two in a row

It was a tough two game stretch for the Judges this week as they dropped two in a row. Coming off a 2-0 win against Springfield on Wednesday, Sept. 5, the Judges were back in action Saturday, Sept. 8 against the Babson Beavers where they lost the weekend game 0-2. The second loss came in […]