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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… Read More...

Men’s tennis starts season off with 6-1 victory over Merrimack

Coming back for their first game of the season, the Brandeis University Mens’ tennis team came out with a 6-1 win over the Division I Merrimack Warriors. After being on the sidelines since last spring… Read More...

He came, he saw, he conquered. Now he’s leaving

Last week Manchester City announced that the Argentinian star Sergio “Kun” Aguero is set to leave the club once his contract expires in May 2021 after 10 years of service. The club also announced that… Read More...

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… Read More...

Brandeis swimming comes out on top in crosstown rivalry

Competing in an in-person intersquad meet for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the men’s and women’s Judges came out on top against crosstown rivals, National College Athletic Association (NCAA) Division… Read More...

Arizona’s historic season comes to an end, falling short to Stanford in National Championship

At its core, basketball is a game of runs and mistakes. For the entirety of the first half of the National Collegiate Basketball Association (NCAA) Women’s Championship, the Stanford Cardinal and Arizona Wildcats proved just… Read More...

Women’s tennis makes spring debut against Tufts

The Brandeis University women’s tennis team dropped a decisive 9-0 decision to the Tufts University Jumbos, in their first match of the season on April 3 at the Cordish Tennis Center. This was the Judges… Read More...

Women’s basketball sends off seniors with intrasquad scrimmage

Honoring seniors Sophie Trachtenberg ’21 and Samira Abdelrehim ’21, the Judges’ women’s basketball team finished its season Tuesday, March 23 by playing an intrasquad scrimmage.  The Judges were split into blue and white teams, with… Read More...

Inside the NCAA: Blatant sexism on the surface

“Thank you for using the three biggest weeks of your organization’s year to expose exactly how you feel about women’s basketball—an afterthought,” said Nell Fortner, Georgia Tech women’s basketball head coach, in an open letter… Read More...

NFL signs 11-year broadcast agreement with television networks

Since the National Football League’s (NFL) brand exploded worldwide, their mindset has been “go big or go home.” Last week was a “go big” moment as the NFL announced a new round of broadcast rights… Read More...
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