Men’s and women’s fencing win one in Colorado

The Brandeis University fencing teams traveled west to the United States Air Force Academy to compete in the Western Invitational against some of the most elite teams in the country. Overall, the Judges were successful, as the men posted a 2-6 mark, defeating Incarnate Word (18-9) and the New Jersey Institute of Technology (22-5). The […]

Men’s soccer finishes season strong

The Brandeis University men’s soccer team traveled to New York to defeat their University Athletic Association rival New York University, 1-0, in the Judges final game of the 2021 season. With the win, the Judges finished their season with a 6-7-3 record, 3-2-2 in the UAA. Following two early shots on goal from Skylah Dias […]

Women’s volleyball wins against Springfield

The Brandeis women’s volleyball team earned the win on Senior Day in Auerbach Arena, defeating Springfield College 3-1. Outside hitter Lara Verstovsek ’25 had 15 kills, while senior leader Kaitlyn Oh ’22 led the match with 21 digs.  Emily Morrison ’23 helped rally her team back in the first set, as the Judges trailed 7-4; […]

Brandeis swimming and diving takes another win

After an opening meet against the Vassar College Brewers, head coach of Brandeis men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams Nicole Carter spoke proudly about her team’s efforts, saying, “The team has worked tirelessly to develop a level of trust and comradery that allows them to work to their fullest potential and achieve our values […]

Women’s volleyball vs. University of Rochester and University of Chicago

In the final University Athletic Association (UAA) women’s volleyball tournament of the season, the Brandeis women’s volleyball squad secured seventh place after defeating the University of Rochester (UR) 3-2. This closing Round Robin of the season was held at Emory University in Atlanta, GA where Brandeis faced the 18th-ranked University of Chicago Maroons in addition […]

Women’s volleyball Oct. 9

The Brandeis University women’s volleyball team competed against two of the top regional teams at Brandeis’ Annual Homecoming celebration. While Auerbach Arena was filled with enthusiastic family members, friends and alumni, the women were unable to defeat #22-ranked Babson in their first game of the day; and, unfortunately, Brandeis fell short in their second game […]

Brandeis women’s soccer vs. CMU

Over the weekend, the Brandeis women’s soccer team traveled to Pittsburgh, PA to compete in their first University Athletic Association (UAA) game of the season. Facing up against the 17th-ranked Carnegie Mellon Tartans, the 22nd-ranked Judges battled defensively, but were ultimately unable to secure the victory, falling 3-0 to the Tartans on the road. With […]

Brandeis women’s soccer beats Lesley

Ranked 22nd nationally in Division III in the latest United Soccer Coaches Poll, the Brandeis University Women’s soccer team won their fifth game of the season at home in a non-conference match against Lesley University. Led by midfielder Daria Bakhtiari ’22, the Judges were able to edge out the Lynx by one goal, 2-1, in […]

Cross country at UMass Dartmouth invitational

This week, the Brandeis University cross country teams took the course and competed in the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (UMass Dartmouth) Invitational. For the first time this season, the women ran as a nationally-ranked squad, 29th, and placed second, while the men placed 10th overall.   The Judges held their own this weekend, as they ran […]

The Brandeis Women’s Volleyball Season Summary

After winning their 2021 season opener, the Brandeis Women’s Volleyball team competed in 7 additional games, both on the road and in Red Auerbach Arena, finishing their non conference performance 4-4.  Unlike most teams, the Judges have consistently shown their grit throughout their season trailing 2-0, as they not only pushed Springfield to 4 sets, […]

Brandeis Women’s Soccer Draws

Mother Nature did not welcome the Brandeis soccer teams nicely, as both the men’s and women’s teams faced tremendous downpours. However, the Brandeis University women’s soccer team appeared unfazed, powering through as they competed head to head against the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Prior to the game, both MIT and Brandeis were ranked 0-0-1; […]

Men’s soccer versus Western New England

In a scoreless draw against Western New England University, the Brandeis men’s soccer team not only battled their first intercollegiate contest in two years against the Golden Bears, but they also battled the weather, as the return of collegiate athletics was welcomed by massive downpours.  After 110 minutes of play, both teams open their seasons […]

Track and field defeats UMass Dartmouth

The Judges traveled to UMass Dartmouth last weekend to compete in their first track and field meet on the road this season. The Brandeis University men’s and women’s track and field teams edged out their opponent in the dual competition, as the men won by a small margin of three points, 86-83, while the women […]

Track and field triumphs over local rivals, Babson and Lasell

The Judges competed against local rivals in their second outdoor meet of the season, which took place on April 17 and 18.  The men and women on the Brandeis University outdoor track and field teams were victorious in the tri-meet with Babson and Lasell at Weston High School, as they both came in first overall. […]

‘Count It’

“If you don’t see a clear path for what you want, sometimes you have to make it yourself.” This quote by Mindy Kaling defines empowered women and leaders all around the world who do not wait for the right time, they make the right time now. The month of March is special, as it honors […]

March Madness returns

Calling all sports fanatics, perfect bracket-seekers and dedicated alumni: mark your calendars for Sunday, March 14 and pick your poison because March Madness is back! As one of the biggest, most exciting and fun events in all of sports, March Madness highlights the top 68 teams in Division I basketball in one single-elimination tournament. There […]

Hotheaded Green speaks out on NBA double standard

In 2012, Draymond Green was selected by the Golden State Warriors in the second round of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Draft. For nine seasons, Green has not only helped the Warriors to three NBA Championships throughout his time in San Francisco, but he has also raised revenue, as he has always been an exciting […]

D’Aguanno breaks men’s basketball records

On Feb. 7, the Judges traveled to Cleveland, OH where Eric D’Aguanno ’20 became the Judges’ all-time leader in three-pointers. There, the Brandeis men’s basketball team also fell short to Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), 84-76, for the first time this season.  Tying the school’s record with his 231st three-pointer with 13:54 to go in […]

Fencing finishes with 7-5 record overall at Eric Solle Invite

The Brandeis University fencing teams proved successful at the 2020 Eric Sollee Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 1, finishing with a combined 7-5 record. The women’s team were 4-2 on the day, while the men’s squad were even at 3-3.   The short-handed Hunter College team was no match for the Judges. Both the men’s and women’s […]