The men and women’s cross country team posted solid finishes this past Saturday at the Connecticut College Cross Country Invitational, as the men finished in eighth out of 26 teams while the women finished in sixth out of 25.
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The women’s soccer team posted a 2-0 record this week, defeating Case Western Reserve University 2-0 on Sunday and Eastern Nazerene 2-0 last Tuesday.
It was a week of frustration and elation for the No. 6 men’s soccer team, as disappointment came in the form of a 0-0 draw against rival Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Tuesday.
On Saturday the men and women’s cross country teams turned in strong showings at the Open New England Championships in Franklin Park, located in downtown Boston, competing against runners from across all three NCAA Divisions.
The men’s tennis team started the weekend at Bates College in the Wallach Invitational. Going into this tournament, they looked to revive their lackluster season and make a serious run into the later rounds.
It was a tough week for the women’s volleyball team as they visited Medford, Mass. for a trimatch with Tufts University and Colby College. The squad fell to Colby before being shutout by the Jumbos.
The National Hockey League season opened on Wednesday as the defending champion Chicago Blackhawks took on the New York Rangers and lifted their championship banner. The Blackhawks ended up losing in a tight game but came to the Barclays Center as the New York Islanders opened their new venue.
The women’s soccer team went 2-0 this past week to extend their winning streak to seven games to begin the season.
Last Wednesday, the No. 25 men’s soccer outlasted Worcester Polytechnic Institute in double overtime to earn a 1-0 win, pushing their record to 6-1 on the season.
The men and women’s cross country teams have shone once again, finishing with the two first place medals at the University of Massachusetts Invitational this weekend. Both the men’s and women’s teams edged out East Stroudsburg University to win their field of 43 and 42 teams respectively.
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.
It was an up-and-down week for the women’s volleyball team. The squad split two games on Saturday and dropped its match Thursday against Emerson College, the weekend victory providing a silver lining in what has thus far been a trying season.
This week, the top four Barclays Premier League teams of the 2014 to 2015 season saw their first group stage action in the Champions League, and for everyone except the defending BPL champions, things did not go particularly well.
On Sept. 12, Brandeis eked out a dramatic double-overtime 1-0 win over top rival Babson College to give Head Coach Michael Coven his 500th career win.
Senior Associate Athletic Director Lynne Dempsey ’93 has been promoted to acting athletic director. Dempsey will replace Sheryl Sousa ’90, who has recently moved up to become the new Senior Associate Vice President for Student Affairs.
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.
The No. 7 men’s soccer team opened its campaign with a pair of one-goal victories before a sluggish start provided the difference in a top-10 showdown on Saturday night, beginning the year with a 2-1 record.
The men and women’s cross country team started off its 2015 season this past Saturday at the Roger Williams Invitational at Colt State Park in Rhode Island, hosted by Roger Williams University.
With a split in their season opener, the Judges look poised to erase the memories of last season. The team was thoroughly outplayed in a sweep by Babson College on Tuesday but rebounded with a narrow five-set win against Colby-Sawyer College.
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.