Emily Bryson wins 12th UAA title

The Brandeis track and field teams traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, to compete in the UAA Outdoor Track and Field Conference Championships on Saturday, April 27 through Sunday, April 28. Both teams finished the weekend at sixth place in the eight-team conference. The men, at 71 points, were just four points behind NYU’s fifth place in […]

Senior reflections on the Brandeis student-athlete experience

This past weekend, I competed in my final men’s tennis UAA conference tournament in Altamonte Springs, Florida. I’ve experienced over 70 Brandeis tennis dual matches in my time here, but none have compared to the rollercoaster upset win over 2nd-ranked University of Chicago that occurred there. In the moment that David Aizenberg ’20 won the […]

Baseball swept in conference play against WashU

Brandeis baseball played a series at home over the weekend against UAA Conference opponent Washington University in St. Louis. Despite playing on home turf, the Judges were swept in the four-game conference match-up, bringing their record to 9-13. The series started off rough for the Judges. The first game, played at night on Friday, April […]

Softball remains undefeated after series cancellation

After a series cancellation against University Athletic Association (UAA) Conference opponent Washington University in St. Louis due to inclement weather, Brandeis softball played a double-header against local team Wellesley University on Wednesday, April 3. The game cancellations in St. Louis ensured the softball team’s perfect 10-0 record going into the games against Wellesley on Wednesday, […]

Softball continues undefeated record

Brandeis softball extended their winning streak to 11-0 over six games in the past week. Their undefeated record earned the team the designation of the best start in Brandeis softball history. On Thursday, March 21, the Judges hosted a double header against Eastern Nazarene College. The Judges put up an incredible defense in the field […]

Women’s basketball picks up another win against J&W

Brandeis women’s basketball picked up another win on Saturday, Dec. 1, playing on their home court against Johnson and Wales, but couldn’t hold on to the win streak Monday, Dec. 3 against rival Babson. After the week, the Judges hold a 3-4 record heading into the last couple games of 2018. In the Saturday game […]

Casanueva leads the Judges to a win against Salem State

Brandeis women’s basketball broke a three-game losing streak with a win against Salem State University on Tuesday, Nov. 27. The away game ended with a 13-point Brandeis advantage, with a final score of 74-61. The Judges gained their largest lead throughout the first half of the game, putting up an impressive 24-point first quarter. The […]

Women’s cross country earns third place in UAA Championship meet

The men’s and women’s cross country teams are in the home stretch of their 2018 season. On Oct. 28, the teams traveled to Parkside, Wisconsin, to compete in the UAA Conference championships. In the upcoming weeks, they’ll begin NCAA competition, starting with their regional meet where they’ll qualify to compete in the NCAA national meet. […]

Volleyball drops four at second UAA Round Robin

Brandeis volleyball had a jam-packed weekend in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, competing in the second and final UAA Round Robin. This one, hosted by Carnegie Mellon University, saw the Judges battling against four UAA opponents. After the last game on Sunday, Oct. 14, the Judges walked away dropping all four games over the course of the weekend. […]

Women’s cross country earns No. 8 ranking

Brandeis women’s cross country experienced more success over the Oct. 13 weekend, where they competed in the Pre-National Meet, held in Winneconne, Wisconsin. Running against some of the strongest teams in NCAA Division III, the women walked away from the course with a third place prize. Entering the meet ranked No. 18 in the nation, […]

Women’s cross country undefeated after Bowdoin Invitational

UPDATED 11/17 at 10:21 p.m. Over the Sept. 29-30 weekend, Brandeis’ cross country teams travelled up to Brunswick, M.E. to compete in the Bowdoin College Invitational. The running course was the first six kilometer run of the season, and the Judges made a strong showing on the longer course. The Judges did not disappoint. The […]

OPS, RCC unify under the Prevention, Advocacy and Resource Center

Brandeis students experience sexual assault at a rate comparable to the national average. To provide a space and community for people facing these hardships, Brandeis implemented the Office of Prevention Services (OPS) and the Rape Crisis Center (RCC) in 2015. In the past year, Brandeis has made some structural changes to the OPS and the […]

The face of sustainability at Brandeis: Mary Fischer

Leading the helm of the movement towards a sustainable campus, Sustainability Manager Mary Fischer oversees all of the sustainability programs implemented at Brandeis. Her role functions within realms of operations and facilities at Brandeis, linking the two in order to make physical changes to the university’s building functions in order to lessen the school’s carbon […]

Volleyball takes defending national champions to five sets

Women’s volleyball kickstarted their season travelling to Claremont, C.A., to play four games. The women returned on Monday, Sept. 4 boasting success in the west, running a 3-1 record and nearly toppling the defending Division III NCAA national champions. Despite travelling over 2000 miles to play in California, Brandeis hit the court against two east […]

A summer with the diplomats

Maria Kulchyckyj ’20 spent her summer looking out of an emblematic skyscraper in East Midtown, Manhattan, overlooking Roosevelt Island and the East River. Across the street resided the United Nations’ New York headquarters, where Maria worked for the United States Mission to the United Nations (USUN). The internship offered Maria the unique opportunity to discover […]

Summer of a student athlete

Over the summer, Brandeis student athletes may stop being students and become interns, employees or coaches, but they never stop being athletes. No matter the results of the last season, student athletes are looking to build on success and improve for the next season, and a lot of that work and preparation happens over the […]

Volleyball 2018 season preview: Family Fights Together

When the women’s volleyball team improved on their record of 7-21 in the 2016 season to a 17-15 record in the 2017 season, there was not much to attribute to the improvement besides an impassioned adjustment in team culture. Emphasizing the value of each team member and working to incorporate a more family-centered off-court culture […]

Baseball, softball drop series against NYU 1-3

Brandeis baseball and softball both played four-game series against UAA Conference opponent New York University over the weekend of April 19-21. Brandeis hosted NYU, playing four games over three days. The Judges, however, couldn’t convert the home field advantage to a win, dropping the series 1-3, extending their record to 3-22. The team’s sole win […]

Baseball drops four-game series in first Atlanta trip

Brandeis baseball played two double-headers against University Athletic Association (UAA) Conference opponent Emory University. The Judges dropped all four games in Atlanta, played between Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14. It was Brandeis’ first ever trip to Atlanta. In the Friday games, Brandeis started with early runs. In the morning game, the Judges set […]

Bryson, Gourde win events at Silfen Invitational

In New London, CT, the Brandeis track team ran some strong individual performances in the Silfen Invitational, an outdoor meet hosted by Connecticut College. Both the men’s and women’s teams attended the event in Connecticut, where they stayed for two days. The first day of competition, Friday, April 13, put Brandeis’ distance runners on the […]