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Men's Soccer routs Mass. Maritime, but falls to rival Tufts

(09/25/18 4:43pm)

The Brandeis men’s soccer team has split its games from this past week. The team started off with an 8-0 rout of Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the team’s highest scoring game in seven years. Following that, they took on crosstown rival Tufts University but were unable to come away with the win, and t. Their 2-1 defeat dropped them to 3-4 on the year. Although this is not the start they were hoping for, there is still plenty of time to turn things around and bring the Judges back to the top of Division III soccer. 



Judges' season starting slow on two-game slide

(09/18/18 10:04am)

The Brandeis men’s soccer team has had a relatively slow start to their season. Given that the team made it to the Division III final four just last year and came into the season ranked fourth in the nation, expectations were very high, and the team hoped to see their success repeated. However, in the past few games, the team has not displayed the skills that brought them so far just last year. 


Women's team wins UMD Invitational

(09/18/18 10:02am)

The Brandeis men’s and women’s cross country teams both competed on Saturday in the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Cross Country Invitational. This was the team's second meet of the young season, and the meet offered a much more complete picture of how the team stacks up against its competition. The Wellesley invitational had the Judges competing against only Wellesley College, Wentworth Institute of Technology and Regis College. The UMass Dartmouth Invitational however, saw the Judges in a 41 team field that was a lot more diverse in skill and strategy. Each team had varying degrees of success as well as their own individual stand-out performances. Here is how both teams fared against their competition.



US Open headlines have been dominated by three Serena Williams code violations and fines

(09/18/18 10:00am)

On Sept. 8, the U.S. Open women’s singles final took place — the last of the four grand slams of tennis that occur every year. Within the tournament, hundreds compete against top-ranked competition on the world’s biggest stage, New York City. This year, however, the women’s finals was overshadowed by drama that took place away from the action on the court. The match featured  longtime American icon Serena Williams versus an ultra-talented 20-year-old, Naomi Osaka. The contest was set to be a great battle: the present against the future, a Japanese-Haitian newcomer playing her idol, a woman of color who took over the sport. Yet everything changed during the second set.







Team splits its first two games

(09/04/18 4:48pm)

The Brandeis men’s soccer team conducted  a very successful campaign that brought them all the way to the Division III final four last year. The team has also made six straight trips to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament, the second-longest streak in Division III. This season, expectations for the team are certainly high, as it begins the season ranked fourth in the nation among Division III schools. The team has started off their season 1-1 after two contests in the North Shore classic.