■ Guard Robinson Vilmont ’17 scores 17 as the Judges cruise past Curry College at their home opener.
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■ Midfielder Patrick Flahive ’18 scored two goals in two matches during the Division III Tournament .
■ Forward Lea McDaniel ’17 scored two goals in two games played over the weekend at Amherst College.
Emily Bryson ’19 earned All-American honors as she recorded a 31st place finish at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Women’s Cross Country Championships. Bryson was Brandeis’s sole competitor at the meet on both the men and women’s sides.
The Judges continued their strong start to the fencing season at their first Northeast Fencing Conference meet of the season in Providence, RI as the men posted a 5-0 record and the women went 6-0. The women defeated several teams that they had lost to last year, sweeping all three weapons from Sacred Heart University for a final score of 18-9.
■ Goalkeeper Alexis Grossman ’18 recorded a team-record 11 shutouts on the season.
■ Fallon Bushee ’16 captured two individual victories in the meet against Bentley University by close margins.
■ Guard Heather Cain ’16 scored contributed 10 points off the bench to lead the reserves.
■ Forward Jordan Cooper ’18 scored seven points in the first half of a victory over Rhode Island College.
■ The Judges once again allowed an early goal that proved their undoing against Trinity College.
■ Firstyears Doyin Ogundiran ’19 and Julia Bryson ’19 took home gold medals in the 800- and 3000-meter, respectively.
■ Elishua Little ’18 led the Judges with an overall score of 10-3 during the day’s difficult tournament .
■ Edan Zitelny ’17 scored in five different events during the course of the invitational to lead the Judges.
■ Guard Robinson Vilmont ’17 scored 20 points in a dominant victory over Salem State University.
■ Guard Paris Hodges ’17 scored a game-high 19 points, with nine-for-nine shooting from the foul line.
The women’s basketball team could not hand conference-rival New York University their first loss of the season despite hanging with the Violets for a large stretch of the game, falling 57-46 on Saturday.
The men and women’s track and field teams returned with a bang at the University of Southern Maine Open, enjoying a slew of strong finishes at the non-scoring meet.
The men’s basketball team had a rough break, losing its last two of three games and its first in-conference game against New York University.
The men and women’s swimming and diving team was defeated in their first contest of 2016 on the road against Colby College this past Sunday.
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