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David Aizenberg

The Brandeis men’s baseball team lost a tense nail-biter to Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) March 15, with a score of 12-9, dropping the Judges’ record to 1-6 for the season. After trailing by four runs...
The Brandeis women’s basketball team closed out their season with a 58-46 loss to Springfield College, a Division III team from Springfield, MA. With the loss, the Judges’ season ended as the team finished with...
The Brandeis men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams (BUSDT) built on their strong seasons with positive results at the University Athletic Association (UAA) tournament and at the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships at...
The Brandeis men’s basketball team suffered a loss to Case Western Reserve University 89-58 in the first of two home games this weekend. It was a tough loss, but credit must be given to the...
The men’s basketball team continued their University Athletic Conference (UAA) play with a 84-56 loss in the first of two road games to Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) this past Friday. After a difficult...
The Brandeis men’s soccer team extended their postseason two weeks longer with two wins on Saturday, Nov. 18 and Sunday, Nov. 19 in the NCAA national tournament. The team won their third round against Drew...
The Brandeis men’s soccer team opened their bid for an NCAA title with a 3-0 victory over Western Connecticut State in the Round of 64 this past Saturday, Nov. 11. For the Judges, the game...
After a hard season of work, the Brandeis women’s soccer team was rewarded with a berth in the NCAA Division III tournament. The team’s two regular goalies were injured for the season, leading the team...
The Brandeis women’s soccer team played Elms College on Sunday, Oct. 22, a game that resulted in a 2-2 tie after two overtime periods. After falling behind 0-2 in the first half of the game,...
The Brandeis men’s soccer team picked up a key win in their away victory over the Emory Eagles this past weekend. Patrick Flahive ’18 scored the most important goal of his career with Brandeis University...

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