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Swimming notebook

This week saw the womens swimming team go 1 and 1 while the mens swimming team won against both Babson College and Bentley College. Last Thursday, the womens swimming team defeated Babson College by a… Read More...

MBasketball season preview

First-year orientation takes place on Labor Day Weekend, but it is the Brandeis mens hoops team that is saying welcome to first-years this November. Last years young squad has only gotten younger with the addition… Read More...

Why I Love College Basketball

It is an exciting time of year to be a sports fan, and not just because Im rolling through the playoffs in my Xbox season. The last month brought us the return of both hockey… Read More...

NBA early season recap

The NBA season is now several weeks old but it is never too soon to analyze how the season is going. Some teams are unexpectedly floundering while others are surprisingly dominant. And the Detroit Pistons… Read More...

NFL week 10 recap

Wide receiver Troy Brown once again played on both sides of the ball (both wide receiver and cornerback) on Sunday as the depleted New England Patriots managed yet another last minute victory as they defeated… Read More...

WVolleyball falls at UAA Championship

The UAA Championship was witness to an upset that came from what appeared to be from no where. Who would have thought that number one nationally ranked Washington University, winner of all but one tournament… Read More...

The week in sports

Baseball The San Diego Padres traded pitcher Brian Lawrence to the Washington Nationals for third baseman Vinny Castilla. Pete Rose Jr. turned himself in to authorities on charges that he was involved in distributing GBL,… Read More...

Msoccer finishes difficult season

In the last game of the season, the Judges tried to rally back from a 2-0 deficit, but Ben Premos goal 14 minutes into the second half, was not enough as the NYU Violets defeated… Read More...

NFL Week 9 recap

After seven unsuccessful attempts, Peyton Manning won his first game against the New England Patriots and coach Bill Belichick in New England this Monday night. Peyton was aided in the still undefeated Colts 40-21 victory… Read More...

Fencing begins fight

With the arrival of winter the Brandeis sports scene is making the transition from outdoor to indoor, and that means that the Womens and Mens Fencing teams are kicking off their seasons. Both teams are… Read More...
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