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TENNIS BRIEF Squad starts year at road meet

(09/22/15 12:05am)

The men’s tennis team opened its Fall season last weekend at the Middlebury College Invitational with strong play in both singles and doubles action, sending three players to the tournament’s second day. Brian Granoff ’17 led the charge for the Judges, defeating the tournament’s top seed, Middlebury senior Ari Smolyar, in the semifinals en route to Brandeis’ only finals appearance of the tournament on the weekend. 

Men and women both win at home

(09/09/15 8:32pm)

Gordon Field proved to be a home fortress for the Judges on Tuesday night as both the men’s and women’s soccer teams defended their home turf against visiting opponents. The 25th-ranked women, playing in their home opener, downed the Bridgewater State Bears 3-1 to remain a perfect 3-0 on the year while the No. 7 men escaped with a 1-0 victory over Nichols College to push their record to 3-1.

National Football League starts new season after summer offseason highlighted with controversy

(09/07/15 9:31pm)

This past National Football League offseason has had its fair share of both standings-altering decisions and inflated controversy. After months of debate, transactions and dispute, football fans can finally exclaim: football is back. Compelling roster changes and storylines have dominated Twitter feeds and television lineups, but what should we expect when the regular season begins on Thursday, Sept. 10?   No situation has dominated the NFL offseason more than Deflategate. With New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s suspension negated, the reigning champions will begin their title defense against the Pittsburgh Steelers geared up with their “us versus the world” mindset. Offensively, look for the Patriots to lead the league in scoring. Tight end Rob Gronkowski will look to catch over 100 passes for the first time in his career and LeGarrette Blount will attempt to run wild for at least ten touchdowns.