While the team may be out of the running for the playoffs, they have not given up on winning.
The Judges were dealt a pair of blowout losses by UAA opponents in a huge blow to their playoff hopes.
The Brandeis track and field team continues to set records, putting Brandeis track on the map.
The men’s and women’s fencing teams faced top national talent and represented Brandeis well.
The team avenged its loss vs. Case Western with a win on Sunday against Carnegie Mellon.
The team now has a 1-8 record within the conference. UAA games make up half the schedule.
The Brandeis swimming team dominated Clark and kept a three-game winning streak before the UAA finals.
The men’s and women’s track teams had many noteworthy performances at the Tufts Cupid Invitational.
Team defeats Carnegie Mellon but could not keep the momentum going, losing to Case Western.
Sophomores Hannah Nicholson ’20 and Katie Goncalo ’20 were standouts in the victories.
Two school records and three Division III top times were set at last weekend’s track and field meets.
The men’s fencing team won the competition while the women’s team placed third in a successful meet.
As February grows closer, the Judges have a new sense of urgency to improve their positioning.
The team has now lost six straight games dropping its record to an unimpressive 4-12.
A rough two weeks could act as a wakeup call for the Eastern Conference favorite to get in playoff form.
Both teams beat Bridgewater State and the mens team beat Keene State in their meet last weekend.