May 2, 2013Brandeis doubles teams earn All-UAA honorsNo. 1 duo of Carley Cooke and Faith Broderick and the No. 3 tandem of Allyson Bernstein and Marissa Lazar were both honored as second-team All-UAA members by the conference coaches.
May 1, 2013UMass Dartmouth spoils senior day triple play, 7-5The Judges turned a triple play in the fourth inning and took the lead in the bottom of the frame, but the visitors used two big innings. The loss snapped Brandeis's five-game winning streak in the final game of their seven seniors.
April 28, 2013Kramer wins 1,500m claim second UAA title of 2013Alex Kramer captured his second UAA crown, while Vincent Asante in the 100 and the men's 4x800 meter relay were runners-up. Amelia Lundkvist was second for the Judges in the women's 1,500.
April 27, 2013Led by Cooke, Brandeis women's tennis finishes 5th at UAAsThe Judges defeated Rochester, 8-1, and Case, 5-4, to win the consolation bracket at the UAA tournament in Florida. Sophomore All-American Carley Cooke went 6-0 to lead the Judges to a fifth-place finish for the second year in a row.
May 15, 2013Genovese named First-Team All-New EnglandSophomore center fielder, who leads all of NCAA softball with 57 stolen bases, was named first-team All-New England selection and will now be eligible for All-America status.
April 28, 2013Men's tennis finishes seventh at UAAsAfter falling to WashU, 9-0, and NYU, 6-3, the men's tennis team finished the season on a positive note with a 6-3 win over Rochester to place seventh in the UAA.
April 24, 2013Nikki Cote '15 featured in Brandeis MagazineAt an early age, Nikki Cote was told she wouldn't read beyond a fourth-grade level. Now a Brandeis sophomore, Cote has helped the softball team to an eighth-straight 20-win season. David Nathan reports.
April 20, 2013Men's tennis loses at No. 6 Bowdoin, 8-1The Judges won at No. 1 doubles, where seniors Steven Milo and David Yovanoff were 8-6 winners. Milo dropped a third-set super tiebreaker at No. 1 singles.
April 18, 2013Unearned runs cost Judges in 8-1 loss at Roger WilliamsDylan Britton allowed just three hits in seven innings of work, but two costly errors allowed the host Hawks to score three runs in the seventh, and another in the eighth opened the floodgates. Pat Seaward had a couple of hits for the Judges.