The women's softball team finished off a nearly flawless week with a sweep of a doubleheader against visiting Emerson College, taking the opening game 5-2 and surviving an 8-6 slugfest in the second.
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On April 21, en route from a road match against local rival Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the men's and women's tennis teams were on two different positions. The No.
When the stakes are high, both the men's and women's track and field teams seem to perform best. Competing at the University Athletic Association Championships at the University of Chicago, the teams featured one individual winner, a second place relay squad and many other standout performers in many of the competitors' final meet of the spring season. Both teams finished seventh, with the women racking up 30 points, while the men collected 27.5 points. The women made a strong showing in the 1500-meter run, as four Brandeis competitors ran.
As the Major League Baseball season draws to a close and many division races have been long locked up, the American League Central remains as up in the air as it did in the middle of August.
The men’s tennis team hosted Colby-Sawyer College on Saturday for their only meet of the fall season, and the team came away with a dominant 8-1 victory to start the year.The Judges put the pressure on their opponent right from the start during the doubles matches and never let up, dropping just two sets overall between the three doubles matches and the six singles matches.
Maddie Dolins ’17 placed fourth overall out of 272 runners at the UMass Dartmouth Invitational.
The women used a 20-6 run in the fourth set against Wheaton College to come back for a five-set win.
The Judges outshot the visiting Gordon College 32-5 in Wednesday’s 4-0 victory at home.
Goalkeeper Joe Graffy ’15 was not forced to make a save in a 1-0 win over Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Mohamed Sidique ’15 and Amelia Lundkvist ’14 both qualified for this week's NCAA Championships.
Women’s volleyball coach Michelle Kim was promoted to assistant athletic director on May 1, a move announced by Assistant Vice President for Health and Wellness and Director of Athletics and Recreation Sheryl Sousa ’90 in a press release by Brandeis Athletics later the same day.Kim stepped down as the team’s coach in conjunction with her promotion according to the release, and a search for her replacement began immediately.Kim joins Jim Zotz as assistant athletic director, who will enter his 35th year at the University in the fall.The Judges had a 10-25 overall record in Kim’s final season, including a 1-6 record in University Athletic Association competition and a season-ending five-game losing streak.
The Judges had 12 hits in the game, including six starters with multiple hits, but ultimately fell to WPI.
Although their season ended in the opening round of the Eastern College Athletic Association Championships, the softball team had four players named to various conference and regional honors.Utility player Amanda Genovese ’15 and third baseman Anya Kamber ’15 were selected to the All-New England first team by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association on May 10, according to a press release by Brandeis Athletics on May 12.
For the first time in 20 years, a member of the men’s tennis team will be competing at the NCAA Division III Tournament.
On May 13,
Grout Bullies and BWB took home the men’s and women’s intramural softball championships, respectively.
The English Premier League season peaked a little early this year. On May 5, league leaders Liverpool traveled to Selhurst Park to play Crystal Palace in a game that had the potential to define a stunning season.
The team will be lead by University Athletic Association leading scorer Liz Hood ’15, who had 434 kills last year.
Boston Red Sox revamp team for next season with a bevy of trades and expensive international signingAvi Gold
The Boston Red Sox made a record signing last week by signing outfielder Rusney Castillo to a seven-year deal worth $72.5 million dollars.
New head coach Alesia Vaccari hopes to lead the Judges back to a winning season in her first year.