The Judges started their new season off strong with a five-game streak.
Brandeis’ swimming and diving team competed at University of Chicago on Feb. 13 to 15.
The Judges took home three individual bronze medals and three top-three team placements.
Women’s basketball lost their last six games of the season, dropping to eighth place in UAA standings.
Men’s basketball concluded its season in third place in UAA after a 2–3 weekend, falling short of DIII NCAA tournament.
Mets fans were ecstatic a the prospect of Steve Cohen buying the team
Fencing fell to their opponents at Duke Invitational, but men pulled out a win against Hopkins.
Men’s basketball splits this weekend’s games, bringing then to 15–5.
The Judges broke school records in the 60-meter hurdles and the women’s 4x200-meter relay at Tufts Invitational.
Women’s basketball split their recent games, bringing them to 13—7 overall and 3—6 in the conference.
The Judges swimming and diving teams won their last dual meet of the season at Clark College 142–110.
Brandeis’ basketball pressed on and has improved to 14–4 this week.
Brandeis’ women’s basketball team lost their past two games, bringing them to 12–6 overall.
Superbowl LIV demonstrated the contrasting coaching styles of head coaches of the Chiefs and 49ers
Brandeis fencing faced stiff competition at their home meet this past weekend.
Eli Manning announced retirement after a successful career since his first overall draft pick back in 2004.
Kobe Bryant, picked 13th overall in first round in 1996, has passed away.
The Judges were victorious on the men’s and women’s sides against Keene State and Bridgewater State Universities.
Brandeis’ men’s basketball soars to 12–4 overall following six wins and a loss in January.