■ Jumper Perry Churchill ’20 helped bring home the gold for the Judges with an impressive showing in the triple-jump.
■ Foil fencer Jessica Gets ’20 led her squad to victory with an impressive showing against Wellesley College.
■ Forward Jordan Cooper ’18 led the charge with a game-high 23 points against Washington University this Sunday.
■ Center Maria Jackson ’17 threw down a whopping 22 points in a sweeping victory against Case.
■ Natalya Wozab ’20 stood out for the Judges as she picked up three gold medals for the squad.
■ Emily Bryson ’19 paced the Judges for a title in the 3000-meter run and a time of 10:14.16.
As the NBA season nears the halfway mark, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook stands on the brink of one of the most unprecedented seasons in league history. With the heart-wrenching departure of Golden State Warrior forward Kevin Durant, Westbrook has taken control of the team and flourished in his newfound leadership role.
Coach Mike Coven of the men’s soccer team announced his retirement from the soccer program after 44 years at the helm of the organization.
■ Midfielder Haliana Burhans ’18 scored the only goal for the Judges in their Final Four match against Washington University.
■ Goalie Ben Woodhouse ’17 impressed on the field, only allowing one goal in the tough loss.
■ Guard Paris Hodges ’17 dropped 22 points and grabbed six rebounds in a win over Johnson and Wales.
■ Guard Carlin Haymon ’18 led the Judges with 22 points en route to a blowout victory against Salem State.
■ Foilist Len Grazian ’17 capped of the day with a silver performance in the home foil event.
Contrary to popular belief, as the last pencils drop and the final classrooms empty out, the Brandeis campus transforms into a vibrant, active community.
■ The women are ready to make the push for a .500 regular season record and a playoff berth.
■ Judges look to turn the tables in their 2016 season after a rough 2015 regular season campaign.
■ Forward Samantha Schwartz ’18 scored two of the five weekend goals to propel the Judges to a Final Four appearance.
■ Forward Mike Lynch ’17 boosted the Judges to an enormous 4-2 win over Rutgers with two goals.
■ Forward Maria Jackson ’17 poured in 21 points in a thrashing of Wentworth on Friday and a second straight win for the Judges.
■ Forward Jordan Cooper ’18 scored a game-high 21 points to give the Judges their first win of the season.