Women’s tennis has strong season finish

The Brandeis women’s tennis team finished the regular season with a total of three wins and two losses, ending with a record of 12-7. The #14 ranked Judges started with an upset win against the Bowdoin polar bears. They fell behind in the first match of the day with a loss in the second seat […]

Building from the ground up

My freshman year, I arrived on campus two weeks early. The campus was empty, except for the men’s and women’s soccer teams and the volleyball team. I got recruited to come to Brandeis for volleyball by a coach who had only one season at the school under her belt. I was a part of her […]

Men’s tennis finishes second in UAA

Before the number 9 nationally ranked men’s tennis team headed into conference play, they had one final regional game of the season against MIT. The Judges prevailed against the Beavers with a final match score of 5-4 to improve their record 14-3. The doubles matches put Brandeis into the lead taking two of the three. […]

Tennis sweeps Bates

After coming back from California, the Brandeis men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to Maine for their first regional match and they did not disappoint. The nationally ranked No. 19 women’s team rolled past No. 37 Bates 8-1 and the No. 10 men knocked off No. 23 Bates 7-2. For the women, the doubles matches […]

Softball clutches four straight wins

The Judges started their softball season off strong, winning their first four games, two of which were away. They started the season in North Carolina against South Virginia and Frostburg State on Feb. 16. The Judges started the game with three runs in the first inning and continued their success in the second inning earning […]

Brandeis men’s basketball recap

In the Brandeis men’s basketball final regular season game at Red Auerbach Arena, Corey Sherman ’19 scored 15 points and Latye Workman ’18 had five blocks to lead Brandeis to a 71-66 overtime victory against Case Western on Sunday, Feb. 10. Although Workman only scored seven points, he had three crucial blocks in overtime. The […]

No. 19 Women’s Tennis starts season against Bryant

The Brandeis women’s tennis team started off their 2019 tennis season ranked No. 19 in the nation and played their first match in Rhode Island against Division I Bryant University. The match was played under Division I rules, which means there was no ad scoring, so the three doubles matches only counted as one point […]

Men’s swimming sweeps while women’s splits

This past weekend the women and the men’s swimming and diving teams traveled to Bridgewater, Massachusetts, for their final away meet before heading into league competition. The men were strong and swept their two opponents, defeating Bridgewater State 152-70 and Keene State 152-70. The women easily defeated Bridgewater State 131-98, but were edged out by […]

Women’s basketball goes 6-7 after winter break

The women’s basketball team worked hard over winter break, playing four games and starting conference play. Going into their final non-conference game, the Judges had a record of 4-5. Starting the second half of their season off on January 1, the Judges fell in their final non-conference game against Regis, 62-57. The Judges were able […]

Women’s basketball goes 6-7 after winter break

The women’s basketball team worked hard over winter break, playing four games and starting conference play. Going into their final non-conference game, the Judges had a record of 4-5. Starting the second half of their season off on January 1, the Judges fell in their final non-conference game against Regis, 62-57. The Judges were able […]

Swimming competes in Gompei Invitational

The Brandeis swimming and diving team hit the pool last weekend for the three-day Gompei Invitational in Worcester, hosted by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). In the first day of competition the Judges were in eighth place overall and fifth among Division III teams at the event. Rookie Olivia Stebbins ’22 reached an A final and […]

Men’s basketball wins Big Four

The Brandeis men’s basketball team had a successful weekend in the opening round of the New England Big Four Challenge. The Judges faced off against Salem State University in the first round. After the first half of the game there were seven ties and six lead changes and they ended the half trailing 32-29, but […]

Banshee encourages sportsmanship and community

One of the great things about Brandeis’ campus is the opportunity to play a sport without the commitment of an NCAA team. One of the featured clubs on campus is our women’s frisbee team, Banshee. Started in 2002, with two girls who wanted to enjoy the nice weather on an August day, Banshee has tradition […]

Men’s tennis finishes fall season with home tournament

The Brandeis men’s tennis team joined with the Tufts men’s tennis team to host a joint Tufts-Deis Invitational tournament to close out their fall season. Being split between the Brandeis and Tufts campuses, the Judges came in ranked first in the ‘A’ doubles, third in the ‘B’ singles and third in the ‘B’ doubles. The […]

Red Sox clinch American League Championship over Yankees

The Boston Red Sox secured their spot in the second round of playoffs with their final win against the New York Yankees in New York on Tuesday, Oct. 9, with a 4-3 victory. The Red Sox seemed unfazed coming into this American League Division Series Game 4 after their loss to the Yankees at Fenway […]

Men’s Soccer splits this week

Last Friday night, the Brandeis men’s soccer team faced their no. 3 nationally ranked cross town rivals, Tufts University Jumbos, on their home field. Tufts started off strong against Brandeis by scoring within the first 80 seconds of play, when the Jumbos took advantage of miscue in front of the net and found an opening […]

Women’s soccer continues undefeated record

The women’s soccer Judges took the field against their cross-town rivals on Saturday, Sept. 15 with the hopes of continuing their undefeated season. The Judges are ranked 13th in Division III by the United Soccer Coaches and 14th by D3soccer.com and played like so against the Babson Beavers. The Judges ended the Beavers’ four game […]

Serena Williams Grand Slam defeat turns into gender equality debate

On Sept. 8, the 138th U.S. Open was filled with history for the books and dreams coming true with some drama on the side. At the age of 20, this was Naomi Osaka’s first major match of her career, and she faced off against her childhood idol, Serena Williams. She came into the tournament ranked […]

Cross country teams open seasons with high rank

UPDATED 11/17 at 10:23 p.m. For the third consecutive year, the women’s cross country team earned a national ranking from the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. This season’s national ranking is the highest the Judges have been ranked in the previous three seasons. The Judges are returning six of their […]

Alix Klineman and April Ross earn victory at AVP Manhattan Beach Open

The pinnacle of a volleyball girl’s dream is winning the Manhattan Beach American Volleyball Pro Open. The names of the previous victor’s names line the pier for every visitor and local to see. Pairs prepare all year for this tournament and to show their talents to their friends and family. This past Sunday the southern […]