Judges closed out season with tough loss to NYU

After a four-month journey, the 2015-16 season has finally come to an end for the Brandeis men’s basketball team. The Judges suffered a 71-50 loss at home on Saturday in their last game of the season. The Judges finish the season with nine wins and 16 losses, which did not qualify them for NCAA tournament. […]

Women’s fencing fended off the Wellesley Blue

Shortly after the strong finish at the Northeast Conference meet at Boston College on Saturday, the women’s fencing team continued to dominate as they rolled over the Wellesley Blue by winning all three weapons on Tuesday night. The annual meeting between the Brandeis and Wellesley fencing teams ended with a total score of 19-8, the […]

TRON: The legacy and the future

The men’s ultimate frisbee team, TRON, took the new year as a fresh start to their spring season of the Division III U.S.A. Ultimate season. With an amazing finish at second place in last year’s U.S.A. Ultimate Championships, TRON has not stopped working to improve. “We fully expect to be a team that can compete […]

A fast and furious face-off on Tuesday night

After a 10-day rest period, the men’s soccer team rolled over Lasell College with a 1-0 win on Tuesday night, Oct. 27. The Judges are now ranked No. 7 in Division III on D3Soccer.com and No. 12 in the NCSAA with a record of 13-2-1. Both teams started off strong on the field in an […]

A fresh start for the swimmers

The Brandeis swimming and diving team opened the new season with a meet at Wheaton College on Saturday, Oct. 17. The men’s team fell short with a 107.5 to 177.5 decision while the women’s team rallied only 84 points against the Lyons’ 206. However, sophomore Zach Diamond ’18 and Kylie Herman ’19 both topped their […]

Losing streak snapped in weekend tournament

The volleyball team ended a rough three-game road trip and managed to snap their six-game losing streak by beating the Simmons Sharks with a clean sweep, 3-0, on Saturday. However, the Judges weren’t able to hang on to their momentum as they were swept later on in the second half of the tri-match with a […]

Gymnastics: from casual club to competitive team

In the summer of 2012 before he came to Brandeis, Benjy Hechtman ’15, a fan of competitive gymnastics, hadn’t envisioned himself ever leading the club gymnastics team here. When Hechtman arrived at Brandeis, the club was purely recreational and practiced once a week. Now, the team competes at meets thanks to Hechtman’s efforts to “It […]

Women’s soccer starts season undefeated

After achieving two solid victories against MIT and Lasell College, the Judges managed to hang on to their momentum as they rolled over Bridgewater State University with a 3-1 victory in their home opener on Tuesday. While gaining their third straight win, the Judges seemed to have found the right rhythm early in the season […]

Softball looks to a better season after tough conference play

After a year of waiting, a brand new season for the Brandeis women’s softball team began on Feb. 22 as the Judges welcomed the new season with a dominating victory over Mount Ida with a score of 15-0. However, the Judges couldn’t keep up the energy as they lost seven out of 10 games during […]

Judges fight back but fall to Emory

After losing five games in a row, the men’s baseball team was desperate for a big victory to bounce back with confidence and momentum. The number-nine ranked Emory might not have been the best target, as the Eagles are undefeated in the UAA conference so far, but the Judges tried their best to come back […]

Table tennis players represent Brandeis at national tournament

Last Sunday, March 1, five ambitious table tennis players from Brandeis represented the Judges and competed with the best regional teams in the NCTTA Regional Tournament for the second time ever since the club was founded. Although their step toward the National Tournament was halted by Harvard University and Boston University on Sunday as the […]

Judges claim convincing victory against CMU

The Judges played strong as they rolled over Carnegie Mellon Tartans 59 to 44 in women’s basketball on Feb. 13. Guard Frankie Pinto ’17 brought the show on as she knocked down four three-pointers and team-high 12 points along with eight rebounds in total. Captain Hannah Cain ’15 had a large presence with 12 points. […]

Case Western takes down Brandeis on home turf

The Judges struggled at home over February break, Monday, Feb. 16 in a game against Case Western Reserve University after the game was postponed due to snow. The Spartans led the entire game, beating Brandeis 71-55. The game leaves the Judges 8-14 overall on the season and 3-8 in the UAA conference. Case started off […]

Women give up close game to Rochester

After ending their three-game skid with a convincing victory against Emory, the Brandeis women’s basketball team sought to extend their momentum further into the University Athletic Association conference with their game against the University of Rochester Yellow Jackets last Sunday, Feb. 1, as well. However, despite the Judges’ impressive effort throughout the game, it was […]

Judges suffer from a second-half slump

As the new semester began, the Judges finally returned to their home court after a tough journey west. But what they were facing at in Gosman on Sunday, Jan. 25, didn’t spare them a chance to take a breath as they lost to the University of Chicago on Friday, 50-67 and fell short again against […]

Women’s basketball dominates against Johnson and Wales

Carrying the momentum of the two-game winning streak and a 5-1 record, the women’s basketball team went back into action on Saturday, Dec. 6, dominating against Johnson & Wales University with a 73-56 win. The Judges led the whole game, with 10 of 11 players seeing the court scoring points. Their record improved 6-1, their […]

Best start in years for women’s basketball

Despite a tough loss to the Tufts Jumbos on Nov. 22 by 74-51, the first loss of the season for the Brandeis women’s basketball team, the team pulled themselves together for a home game against the Emmanuel Saints last Tuesday with a 12-point victory, 66-54. The Judges then kept up their winning streak for the […]

Men’s basketball defeated in final seconds

After a long, eight-month wait, the Brandeis men’s basketball team finally returned to action on Wednesday night at home against visiting UMass Dartmouth. Twelve ties and 18 lead changes constantly put the fans on their feet throughout the close game. The Judges took the lead in most of the statistics including rebounds, second-chance points and […]

Men’s soccer returns to Sweet 16

The Brandeis men’s soccer team fed off the energy of a large crowd Saturday night in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Judges defeated Husson University 3-0 and moved on to the second round of the tournament. The first goal came on the second shot of the game when Michael Soboff ’15 ripped […]

Judges fall short at Babson’s turnaround

The Tri-Match Senior Day of volleyball began with heavyweight opponent Babson Beavers, who hold the title of No. 1 team in the conference. After a cheering start in the first set as the Judges dropped the hammer with 25-21, the game turned out to be a turnaround for the Beavers as they spared the Judges […]