Cross country continues to amaze this season

At the Keene State Invitational, Brandeis cross country had a showing. Both men’s and women’s teams participated in competitions at Keene State College on Oct. 2. The men’s team came in second place overall against 11 other schools. The women’s team was dominant as they beat 11 other schools to win the competition. That marks […]

Men’s soccer scores goals in bunches

Before the two contests of the past week, the Brandeis men’s soccer team was facing some tough defenses which led to struggles for their offense. Only one goal was scored in the Judges’ first six games of the season. That quickly changed when the Judges faced off against Bates College and Clark University.  In the […]

Who wins the MLB MVP race?

The Major League Baseball (MLB) Most Valuable Player (MVP) award is one of the most prestigious awards a baseball player can get during their career. One player from the American League (AL) and one player from the National League (NL) is given the MVP. Oftentimes, the race to win the award is close and this […]

Men’s and women’s tennis play in tournaments

On Sep. 18 and Sep. 19, the Brandeis men’s tennis team participated in their first competition of the year at the Middlebury Invitational. The competition was fierce but ultimately the Judges fared well in their first games of the year.  In the singles A section, senior Jeffrey Chen ’22 started out as the fourth seed […]

Men’s soccer scores goals in bunches

Before the two contests of the past week, the Brandeis men’s soccer team was facing some tough defenses which led to struggles for their offense. Only one goal was scored in the Judges’ first six games of the season. That quickly changed when the Judges faced off against Bates College and Clark University.  In the […]

Women’s soccer finds great success with solid defense

After tying their previous game against Babson College, the Judges looked to get the offense going early and secure a win. That is exactly what they did against Emerson College. It took only seven minutes for the Judges to get a goal on the board. Senior forward Juliette Carreiro ’22 made use of a great […]

Women’s volleyball plays hard through round robin

Starting on Saturday Sep. 18, the Brandeis women’s volleyball team participated in the University Athletic Association (UAA) round robin. After losing to Tufts University earlier that week, the Judges hoped to bounce back as they entered the round robin. They played two games on Sep. 18. One game was against Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), and […]

Cross-country finds success at Wellesley Invitational

On Sep. 3, both the men’s and women’s cross-country teams participated in the Wellesley Invitational to start off the season. The women’s team finished in first place and the men’s team finished in second place.  The women’s team had 33 points and beat out Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Wellesley College, Mount Holyoke and Regis College. […]

Men’s Soccer Plays Close Matches to Start the Season

After a 0-0 draw against Western New England, the Brandeis men’s soccer team faced a tough stretch of four games within a single week. Following these four games, the team ended up with a record of 1-3-1 to start the season. Each game was very close with two of them even entering overtime. The first […]

NFL Preseason Injuries

The National Football League (NFL) preseason is the time for players to get back into shape and get the feel of live play for the first time in half a year, while the games have no impact on the regular season.  During training camp and the offseason, the players work with the team to get […]

MLB Final Playoff Picture

The 2021 Major League Baseball (MLB) season has been full of surprises as some teams have significantly overperformed their preseason rankings and other teams have disappointed. Two teams have been particularly disappointing: the Washington Nationals and Minnesota Twins had high aspirations for this season but at this point stand in fourth and fifth place of […]

Return of Brandeis fall sports

         After a year of limited sports at Brandeis, in fall 2021, it appears as if a few sports are returning. Although some sports are not going to be fully and completely free like previous years due to the pandemic, athletes will still get the opportunity to compete in games. Nearly every sport in fall […]

2020 Tokyo Olympics Recap

       The 2020 Tokyo Olympics were nothing like we have ever seen before. Firstly, the COVID-19 pandemic led the Olympics to take place a year after they were initially supposed to be held. Secondly, there were no fans allowed in the arena, due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Tokyo. So, no family […]

Highlights of the 2021 MLB Trade Deadline

         This year’s MLB trade deadline was probably the craziest trade deadline in history. Very few teams were afraid to make moves at the deadline. Some teams surprisingly gave up many top prospects as they attempted to make moves toward a championship in the year following a shortened season. Only a few teams truly blew […]

The wins keep on coming for softball

After winning their first eight games of the season, the Brandeis Judges softball team proceeded to win another four games over the weekend to push their winning streak to 12 games and make their record 12-0.  In the first of the four games over the weekend, the Judges faced Salem State University on April 23. […]

Softball wins another six games in a row

After starting off the season 2-0, the Brandeis Judges Softball team continued their strong start by another six games in a row. In the first of these six wins, the Judges beat Anna Maria 7-1 on April 14. The Judges combined to have 11 hits in the game compared to Anna Maria’s three. Shortstop Jolie […]

Softball starts off strong, Goldman pitches perfect game

The Brandeis Judges softball team played their first two games of the season on April 10. In game one of the double header against Worcester State University, the Brandeis Judges softball team won in very convincing fashion with a score of 9-0. The team was led by pitcher Sydney Goldman ’22, who threw a perfect […]

2021 MLB Opening Weekend Highlights

Baseball is finally back, and the opening weekend was full of surprises. Some teams surprised everyone by winning games they weren’t expected to win. Some players overperformed, while others surprisingly underperformed. Overall, it was a great weekend of baseball full of highlights.  On opening day, the Washington Nationals were set to face the New York […]

One thing a fan of each American League MLB team can be excited about

Spring training is approaching its end and the regular season is almost upon us. There have been many surprises for each team this offseason and during spring training that should make people excited to see how everything plays out. The American League is full of teams that have varying approaches to this season but they […]

One thing a fan of each National League MLB team can be excited about

Spring training is approaching its end, and the regular season is almost upon us. There have been many surprises for each team this offseason and during spring training that should make people excited to see how everything plays out. The National League is full of teams that have varying approaches to this season, but they […]