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Colby College drowns Judges in home meet

(12/11/18 11:04am)

The Brandeis men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were both defeated by Colby College in their last meet of the season. With a 192–109 loss, the men’s team fell to 2–5 on the season. A 217–77 defeat dropped the women’s team to an overall record to 2–7. Despite the tough loss suffered by both teams, each team had some swimmers that shined individually and put up dominating performances. 

Judges continue to foil their opponents this season

(12/11/18 11:03am)

This season, the fencing team has had many fierce competitors, and the Judges have held their own against them all. So far, the team has been to the Northeast All-Collegiate Invitational in Northampton, Massachusetts, the Northeast Conference Meet in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the Brandeis Invitational. The team has led a successful season and conquered many of their opponents.

National Football League continues to rage on for the seven teams playing in the next four weeks

(12/04/18 11:05am)

We are approaching the home stretch of the National Football League season, and the final four weeks of the season will have four must-see games. These games include teams like the Los Angeles Rams, the Chicago Bears, the New England Patriots, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Los Angeles Chargers, Seattle Seahawks and the Minnesota Vikings.

Judges before Celtics

(11/20/18 4:00pm)

Over the years, Brandeis players and coaches have gone on to, or come from, the world of professional sports. Many of those players and coaches were involved in basketball specifically. The Judges have had many great coaches over the years that have helped the team reach success in both the University Athletic Association and beyond, including three former Boston Celtics players who came to campus afterward to become coaches for the Judges.

Judges improve to 11–2 on season

(10/23/18 6:17pm)

Kicking off another impressive week for the Judges, the women’s soccer team pushed forward and defeated Westfield State University on Wednesday. This game, hosted by Westfield State at Alumni Field, improved the Judges’ record to 11–2 for the season, according to As of Oct. 14, the Judges have a conference standing  of 3–1–0, and in addition, as of Oct. 16th the Judges were ranked number 15—tied with Hanover College—by NCAA Women’s DIII.

Winning streak comes to an end

(10/09/18 7:25pm)

Coming into the month of October, the women’s soccer team’s winning streak came to an end after a game against Lesley University. Despite the loss, the Judges are still pushing on with the season. With 10 games behind them and seven left to go, this team is in an excellent position for the rest of the season.  The Judges are ranked 10th in Division III by United Soccer Coaches and 13th by 

Women's Soccer remains undefeated after win against rival Tufts

(09/25/18 4:40pm)

Keeping their season on the right track, the women's soccer team continues their winning streak. The team has started off the season strong, with six consecutive wins against Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lasell College, Johnson and Wales University, Eastern Connecticut State University, Babson College and most recently Tufts University. Two recent games both ended with a score of 1-0. Looking ahead, the homecoming game against Case Western Reserve University is quickly approaching on Sept. 29.