The women’s tennis team completed its fall season at the New England Women’s Intercollegiate Doubles Tennis Tournament last weekend, where two pairs of doubles rattled off perfect weekends. The meet, which lasted from Friday to Sunday, saw the pairs of Haley Cohen ’18 and Olivia Leavitt ’19 and Sophia He ’19 and Emily Eska ’16 turn in perfect weekends for the Judges. Cohen and Leavitt defeated counterparts from Simmons College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology during the tournament, shutting out the Simmons opponents 8-0 and topping the opposition from MIT by an 8-2 final. He and Eska were victorious over opponents from Amherst College and Colby College with 8-6 and 8-3 finals respectively.
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■ Midfielder Alec Spivack ’16 scored the game-winning goal in overtime against Washington University in St. Louis.
■ Nelson Figueroa ’98 was among four new members inducted into the the Joseph M. Linsey Brandeis Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday.
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■ Zach Diamond ’18 finished in first place in three separate individual races at the meet against Wheaton College.
■ Kylie Herman ’19 finished third overall in the 500 yard freestyle race for the Judges.
■ Middle hitter Maddie Engeler ’16 had 13 kills in a 3-1 loss to Trinity College at the Hall of Fame Invite.
■ Midfielder Holly Szafran ’16 scored two goals and an assist to defeat Westfield State University.
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■ Outside hitter Grace Krumpack ’19 finished with nine kills and 11 digs in a victory over Lasell College.
■ Emily Bryson ’19 became the fifth different individual to claim the UAA crown for the Judges.
■ Forward Melissa Darling ’16 recorded the lone goal for the Judges in a 1-1 draw at the University of Rochester.
■ Defender Kyle Robinson ’17 scored the game-winning goal to clinch an NCAA tournament appearance.
■ Middle Hitter Summer Koop’ 16 finished with a .364 hitting percentage in a 3-1 defeat to NYU on Saturday.
Caroline Mattos ’16 took home the gold medal to win “the Big One” for the second time in her career.
■ Zach Diamond ’18 took home a gold medal and added a second and fourth- place finish for the weekend.
■ Lea McDaniel's 36th minute score opened the floodgates with a goal to give Brandeis the lead.
■ Midfielder Joshua Handler ’19 assisted on the goal by Evan Jastremski ’17 in the 35th minute.
■ Emily Bryson ’19 earned a bid to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Cross Country Championships.
■ Head Coach Carol Simon won her 400th career game this past Saturday against Eastern Nazarene College .