The Brandeis Cross Country teams started off their seasons strong and look to return to dominance.
Athletes will continue their seasons at last chance and NCAA national championship meets.
Aizenberg and Coramutla continue their seasons at NCAA championships.
Strong first-year class looks to be foundation for future success.
Early Friday morning, the NBA world received the startling news that Toronto Raptors head coach Dwayne Casey, winner of a franchise-record 59 games and recently named “Coach of the Year” by his peers, had been fired.
Young core looks to power the team in future seasons.
With a 2-18 record including an 0-8 start within the conference, the Judges can kiss their season goodbye.
The Brandeis softball team had a mixed bag this week, harming their chances down the line.
The team’s 14-game losing streak came to an end, but the Violets overwhelmed the Judges.
Although the season is much shorter than the previous two, the Judges have made the most of it.
The no. 17 Brandeis men’s team is on an absolute roll, matching their best record under their current coach
The team swept Fitchburg State in a doubleheader, but lost three of four against Emory.
The Judges have lost four of their last five games, all of which came against ranked opponents.
The Brandeis Baseball team had multiple games postponed due to the heavy snow.
The Houston Rockets and the Toronto Raptors are in control of their respective conferences.
The signing of Ndamukong Suh adds to an already young and motivated core.