Track and Field shine in last Invitational of the season

The men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams finished their invitational season with the Sean Collier Invitational hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA. The men’s track and field team gave a fantastic performance at the invitational. Graduate student Irie Gourde ’17 led the outstanding performances with a school record […]

Softball snaps losing streak with wins against Wellesley

The softball team started this past weekend with two doubleheaders against rival Emory University in a University Athletic Association (UAA) matchup. The Judges dropped Friday’s games, 0-2, 1-10, in their opening doubleheader against Emory. The first game of the day was a pitcher’s duel, with the Emory pitcher giving a perfect performance through the first […]

Fencing coach retires after 37 years at Brandeis

The Brandeis men and women’s head fencing coach, Bill Shipman, will retire after 37 years at Brandeis University. Shipman has been the head fencing coach at Brandeis since 1981, dedicating a total of 37 years to the program. In his time with the Judges, Shipman lead the team to five University Athletic Association (UAA) titles […]

Men’s tennis continues winning streak

The men’s tennis team extended their winning streak this past week with three victories, improving their season record to 11-2. The team was on the road this past weekend, playing NYU on Saturday and Stevens Institute of Technology on Sunday. In Saturday’s University Athletics Association (UAA) match-up, the Judges started the day with a 2-1 […]

Men’s tennis suffers tough loss to Middlebury

The 19th ranked Brandeis men’s tennis team fell to the 4th ranked Middlebury this past Saturday at Natick Racquet Club. The Judges suffered a 9-0 loss, moving their overall season record to 5-2. The Judges dropped every match of the day to Middlebury, starting with tough losses in doubles action. Pair David Aizenberg ’20 and […]

Men’s tennis defeats RPI, 5-3

The number 20 ranked Brandeis men’s tennis team took on the undefeated Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Engineers this past Friday at home. The Judges served the Engineers their first loss of the season, beating them 5-3 to improve their own record to 5-1 so far this season. Brandeis dominated doubles action, taking two of three […]

Women’s tennis makes impressive comeback

This past Saturday the No. 19 ranked women’s tennis team took on No. 25 ranked Wellesley College at Wellesley. The women’s team made an impressive comeback in the match, winning the final three games to take home a 6-3 victory over their opponent. The Judges dropped the first match of the day with pair Olivia […]

Baseball struggles in first games of the season

The Brandeis men’s baseball team started off their season this week with games on Monday against University of Massachusetts at Boston and on Tuesday against Salem State. The baseball team dropped both games, losing to UMass Boston 1-4 and Salem State 4-7. The Judges started their season with an away game against third-ranked UMass Boston. […]

Brandeis ski and snowboard team heads to nationals

During the week of March 5, the Brandeis Ski and Snowboard Team will compete at USCSA (United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association) Nationals at Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid, NY. The Ski and Snowboard Team races the first five weekends during second semester of every year. The team competes in the alpine slalom and […]

Track takes UAAs

The men and women’s indoor track team took on the 2018 UAA Championships this past weekend in Cleveland, OH. The men’s team finished sixth overall with 55 points, their highest point total since 2006. The women’s team placed fourth in the competition with 41 points, their highest finish since 2010. Day two of the competition […]

Women’s tennis starts season strong

The Brandeis women’s tennis team started their spring season strong this past Saturday with a victory against Division I Bryant University, 4-3. The Division I contest, played at Bryant University in Rhode Island, forced the Judges to play by different rules, making doubles matches played to 7 instead of 8, as well as adding other […]

Swimming and diving win on Senior Day

This past Saturday the men’s and women’s swimming and diving team celebrated their Senior Day, competing against the Clark Cougars. The Judges celebrated seniors Richard Avrutsky ’18, Andrew Baker ’18, Zach Diamond ’18, Taku Harada ’18, Sam Scudere-Weiss ’18, Sam Zucker ’18, Abby Damsky ’18, Genna Karp ’18 and Amy Sheinhait ’18. To further honor […]

Fencing excels in busy week

The men and women’s fencing team competed in the Northeast Fencing Conference hosted by Boston College this past Saturday. The men’s team went 6-0, while the women’s team went 4-2 in the competition. The men’s team narrowly won their first two matches, defeating Brown and Boston College 15-12. All three weapons finished by scores of […]

Swim team snatches wins

This past weekend the Brandeis men and women’s swimming and diving team faced both Keene State University and Bridgewater State in Keene, N.H. The men’s team earned wins against both opponents, while the women’s team came out victorious against Bridgewater but lost to host Keene State. The men’s team beat Keene State, 155-69, and Bridgewater, […]

Men’s basketball suffers two losses

Men’s basketball suffered losses this past weekend in University Athletic Association (UAA) play. The Judges faced the University of Rochester, ranked 25, on Friday night, losing 75-66. The Judges’ schedule didn’t get any easier, facing 17th ranked Emory on Sunday. The men’s basketball team fell 90-57, dropping to 4-12 this season, and 0-5 in the […]

Track gives strong performance

The men and women’s track and field team competed this past Sunday at the Greater Boston Track Club (GBTC) Invitational at Harvard University. The invitational was non-scoring and featured various Boston area colleges, as well as local indoor track and field clubs. The women’s indoor track and field team fared well in the GBTC Invitational […]

Women’s swimming and diving earn first home win

The Brandeis women’s swimming and diving team competed against the Merrimack College Warriors this past Saturday at the Linsey pool. The women’s team competed alone, beating Merrimack 151 to 140 in their first home victory of the season. The Judges now have three wins and six losses this season, while finishing eighth in the Gompei […]

Men’s basketball secures first win after rough start to the season

The Brandeis men’s basketball team has started off rocky with only one win in the first four games of their season. The Judges dropped the second game of the season and home opener to Becker on Saturday, Nov. 18, losing by one point in a close game. The Judges began the game against the Becker […]

Cross country sends two to NCAAs

Two members of the Brandeis cross country team geared up for the NCAA Division III Championships at Principia College in Elsa, IL, on Saturday, Nov. 18. Co-captain Ryan Stender ’18 from the men’s cross country team and co-captain Emily Bryson ’19 from the women’s cross country team represented the Judges at the pre-Thanksgiving national championship. […]

Women’s basketball takes two over break

The Brandeis women’s basketball team took two of three games centering Thanksgiving break. The Judges started their Thanksgiving break with a game on Tuesday, Nov. 21, at Emmanuel College, winning 66 to 55. The game was closer than the final score led on, with the Judges trailing Emmanuel at halftime, 23-27. Emmanuel maintained their lead […]