Joanna Murphy ’17 improved on her time in the 500-yard freestyle with a sixth-place finish on Saturday.
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The squad netted three goals in a six-minute stretch in the first half, two of which came off set pieces.
The Judges defeated Eastern Connecticut State University on Saturday after losing to Babson University.
In 2010, San Francisco Giants radio and television announcer Duane Kuiper described the Giants’ road to their first World Series championship since 1954 as “torture.” The same could be said of the Giants’ 2012 post-season performance, where the team was almost eliminated in both the division and championship series.
Lydia McCaleb ’17 placed 25th, the first time this year she was the top runner for the Judges.
Adam Mandel ’15 defended his gold medal at the New England Fall Collegiate Championships.
Forward Samantha Schwartz ’18 netted the team’s only shot of the first half to beat WashU.
Defender Robbie Lynch ’15 scored the game-winner at WashU on Friday before the team lost on Sunday.
The New England Revolution advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals on Sunday night in emphatic fashion, routing the Columbus Crew 7-3 on aggregate.
Sleep On Us and Johnny Softball won the men’s and women’s championships on Thursday night.
Outside hitter Shemira Pennyman ’15 scored 10 kills in a three-set loss to NYU on Saturday.
Erin Gawronski ’18 won the women’s 200-yard individual medley at Worcester Polytechnic Institute on Sunday for her first collegiate victory.
The women earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament on Monday afternoon following a draw with NYU on Saturday.
Forward Evan Jastremski ’17 netted the second game-winning goal of his career in a 1-0 win on Saturday.
The Judges will have to reorganize on both sides of the ball after graduating seven players from the Class of 2014.
The women’s basketball team entered the quarterfinals of last year’s Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament as underdogs against Emmanuel College, seeded eighth in the eight-team tournament and matched up with the top seed.
Andy Jick ’74 has seen it all as a public address announcer
Club soccer team Brandeis F.C. won the “Clubs in Service Award” last year for its work with Waltham Group clubs.
Boston Bruins earn home win over Carolina Hurricanes after losses to Toronto and Montreal on the roadMarissa Ditkowsky
The Boston Bruins opened a
Zach Diamond ’18 earned a first-place finish in the 200-yard individual medley, stopping the timer at 2:02.70.