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Judges fall to Wesleyan University, dropping record to six wins, two losses

(12/11/18 11:00am)

 So far this season, the men's basketball team has faced many fierce competators and looks forward to many more. Some previous matchups against the Judges include the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, which resulted in a win for the Judges, Suffolk College, a loss for the Judges and four victories against Bates College, Lasell College, Salem State University, Babson College and Becker College. This Saturday, the Judges ended their streak after a loss to Wesleyan University. The Judges look forward to 14 more games between now and the end of February. 


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. 


Seattle Mariners and New York Mets complete a trade after missing out on last seasons playoffs

(12/11/18 11:05am)

The Seattle Mariners and New York Mets have recently finalized a blockbuster trade, encompassing the two very different tracks each team is on. The Mets believe they still have an opportunity to win now, whereas the Mariners are cutting costs and focusing on the future. The Mets division, the National League East, is proving to be one of the most exciting and rapidly improving league in baseball, with all teams, besides for the Marlins, looking to compete for top spot. This trade will dramatically change the look of the Mets roster, with Robinson Cano taking over second base and being placed in the middle of the lineup, and Edwin Diaz becoming the everyday closer. Recently, the Philadelphia Phillies have traded for shortstop Jean Segura, and the Nationals have signed starting pitcher Patrick Corbin to counter the Mets’ activities. The Mets general manager has made it clear that there will be more moves on the horizon, saying, “We did not make this move to have this be the last move... We want to bolster the team, improve our production next season and add more players around this.” To add to the competitive nature of the offseason moves for National League East, Fred Wilpon, owner of the Mets, admitted he made the trade for Diaz partially to block him from going to the rival, Phillies. This flurry of moves is good for the division and the sport as a whole, bringing excitement back to New York and other large markets.


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.


Judges continue their season with a 3–3 record

(12/04/18 11:01am)

The Judges are pressing forward this season and have played against some very talented competition. Saturday, the Judges’ record improved to 3–3 after a very impressive game where they conquered the Johnson & Wales University Wildcats. Although the Judges have played several games since the last issue of the Justice, this article will focus on this game because of all of the action that took place.The final score was a notable 77–60 victory for Brandeis.


Fencing team wins two of ten matches

(12/04/18 11:02am)

The Brandeis men’s and women’s fencing teams hosted the annual meet on campus at the Brandeis Invitational. They picked up a combined two wins in ten matches among the stiff competition. Both victories belonged to the men’s team. They were victorious 17–10 in their match against Cornell and 16–11 in their game against Incarnate Word. The team lost to St John’s University 19–8. 



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 sink in their match against Bentley

(11/20/18 11:04am)

The Brandeis men’s and women’s swim and dive teams dropped a head-to-head match against crosstown rival Bentley University. The Falcon men edged the Judges by a score of 172–122, while the Brandeis women won 208–80. The Brandeis men now stand at 2–4 on the season, while the women are 2–6. Bentley remains undefeated, improving to 4–0 for the men and 5–0 for the women.


Major League Baseball Postseason ends and the Boston Red Sox take home a championship win

(11/20/18 11:05am)

The Boston Red Sox took home their ninth championship as the Major League Baseball postseason comes to a close. The baseball community is left with a parting gift in the form of the annual award announcements, recognizing the top rookie, pitcher and overall player in the American and National Leagues. Every winner, by season’s end, had cemented his case as the favorite to take home the hardware. So, without further ado, here are this year’s award winners:


Season comes to a close for the Judges

(11/20/18 11:03am)

The Brandeis women’s cross country team had a historic performance at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships at Lake Breeze Golf Course in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. With a total of 277 points, the team finished an astounding sixth place overall, led, as usual, by senior Emily Bryson ’19 with a fifth-place finish in the race. Bryson was in fifth place throughout the entire race, running the six-kilometer course with a time of 21:08.3. This time was two seconds faster than her personal record at the NCAA nationals meet and the second fastest of her decorated NCAA career. Her finish was also a fifteen-place improvement from her previous best nationals finish, which came just last year. 




Women lose the final game of the season

(11/13/18 11:04am)

On Saturday, the season officially ended for the women’s soccer team, as the Judges were defeated by Farmingdale State College in the first round of the NCAA Division III tournament. With this close to their season, the 19th-ranked Judges achieved a season record 12–5, and the 25th-ranked Rams improved to 17–3–3 and went on to to play at the College of New Jersey on Sunday, according to the Brandeis Athletics website. Ultimately, the results of this game came down to one shot from the Rams and led to a score of 1–0 for the game that took place at the College of New Jersey.