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Fencing looks forward to a promising year

The men’s and women’s fencing teams kicked off their season on Saturday, Nov. 1 with their first tournament, the New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference Fall Invitational. The Brandeis men’s team took home one gold, two silver and two bronze medals, while Captain Caroline Mattos ’16 took home the only medal for the women’s side, a […]


Judges fall short at Babson’s turnaround

The Tri-Match Senior Day of volleyball began with heavyweight opponent Babson Beavers, who hold the title of No. 1 team in the conference. After a cheering start in the first set as the Judges dropped the hammer with 25-21, the game turned out to be a turnaround for the Beavers as they spared the Judges […]


Volleyball finishes strong at home

The Brandeis volleyball team finished strong this past Saturday with a 3-1 win on senior night against Eastern Connecticut State University. The Judges buzzed with emotion and excitement for their final home game of the season in which they honored the hard work of their four senior members. The team honored Elsie Bernaiche, Carly Gutner-Davis, […]


Soccer teams suffer losses at hands of UChicago

The Brandeis men’s and women’s soccer teams were on the road this past weekend with games against the University of Chicago. Men’s soccer suffered its second loss of the season against the University of Chicago. The Judges lost 1-0, dropping to 16-2 for the season and 4-2 in the UAA conference. Men’s soccer outshot their […]


Judges volleyball triumphs over Lasell

After a 13-game losing streak, Brandeis women’s volleyball started to turn things around with a sweep of Lasell College on Tuesday night, Oct. 28. The Judges defeated the local rival 3-0 in a quick game at home. The win brings the Judges to a record of 6-20, while Lasell fell to 6-26. The Judges didn’t […]


Men’s soccer celebrates senior night goal fest

The joy of the senior night electrified Gordon Field as the Judges triumphantly rolled over the Mount Ida Mustangs by the largest score of the regular season—5 to 0. The Judges rose to third place in Division III of the NSCAA with a record of 15-1, tying the teams from 1982 and 1985 with the […]


Women’s soccer splits the weekend

The women’s soccer team returned to Gordon Field Friday, Oct. 17, hosting the Carnegie Mellon Tartans in the UAA Conference. Unfortunately, the Judges were not able to stay energized through the whole game as they gave up a lethal goal to the Tartans during the last ten minutes and ended the game 0-1. The Tartans […]


Men’s soccer takes two

Although a crowd of bald caps in support of the “Be Bold, Be Bald” campaign turned out on Friday, Oct. 17 for the men’s soccer game, the Judges just couldn’t produce enough energy to get ahead of the Carnegie Mellon Tartans. The game was evenly matched with nine shot attempts for each side, but unusually […]


Swimming and diving lose but grow as a team

After a long, eight-month wait, the Brandeis swimming and diving team finally filled the Lindsey pool with intensity and excitement in their opening campaign against the Wheaton College Lyons on Saturday, Oct. 18. Although the Judges seized 10 individual wins, the Lyons excelled in diving, where they took control. The men’s team lost a close […]


Streaks broken for men’s and women’s soccer

For the ongoing UAA conference season, 11 is the most dramatic number for the men’s and women’s soccer teams. The Judges suffered tough losses, ending a precious 11-game winning streak. The streaks were snapped on the same day by the Rochester Yellowjackets at Sahlen Stadium. The surprising sting from the Yellowjackets, with a 6-3-2 record […]