Brandeis announces 2010 Departmental Award winnersOn May 6, the Brandeis Department of Athletics held its annual Student-Athlete Recognition and Award Dinner. Director of Athletics Sheryl Sousa and Dean of Students Rick Sawyer were on hand to give out awards to 10 different student-athletes. Read about the winners here!
WBRS announces Spring 2010 broadcast scheduleThe WBRS radio crew will be covering seven Judges contests this spring, including their first-ever softball broadcasts. In addition, they have recapped the men's basketball team's run to the Elite Eight on their web page. Click the headline for more!
Honors continue to roll in for Chapin, HollinsBrandeis seniors Jessica Chapin and Terrell Hollins continue to collect postseason basketball accolades. Both were selected the D3hoops.com All-Region second team, making them eligible for All-America honors by the web site. Chapin added NEWBA first-team accolades, while Hollins was named to the NABC Senior All-Star game roster.
Men's hoops run comes to a halt at Williams, 71-57The Brandeis men's basketball team's fantastic postseason run came to an end tonight, as the Judges could not contain second-ranked Williams down the stretch. Brandeis fell to the Ephs, 71-57, to come one step short of the Final Four. Andre Roberson led Brandeis with 14 points, Kenny Small had 11 and Terrell Hollins grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds in the defeat.
On to the Elite Eight! Judges down RIC, 76-65, in Sweet 16The Brandeis men's basketball team closed the game on a 18-6 run over the final 7:10 of the contest and the Judges defeated Rhode Island College, 76-65, in the Sweet 16 of NCAA tournament. Kenny Small and Terrell Hollins had 20 points each, with Hollins grabbing 16 rebounds. The Judges play No. 2 Williams tomorrow at 7 p.m. with a Final Four berth on the line.
Hollins leads men's hoops to Sweet 16 with 66-52 win at St. John FisherSenior Terrell Hollins kept his season alive with his 13th double-double of the season and the 21st of his career, finishing with 16 points and a career-high 21 rebounds, as the Brandeis men's basketball team defeated St. John Fisher College, 66-52, in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament. The Judges will face RIC on March 12 at Williams College in the sectional.
Hollins, Small named first-team All-UAASeniors Terrell Hollins, a forward, and Kenny Small, a guard, were named first-team All-University Athletic Association selections today. They were joined by senior guard Andre Roberson and sophomore guard Tyrone Hughes, who were honorable mention All-UAA selections.
Brandeis men headed to fourth-straight NCAA tourney UPDATED WITH LINKS!For the fourth year in a row, the Brandeis University men's basketball team has earned a Pool 'C' at-large berth to the NCAA Division III tournament. The Judges, who finished second in the UAA with a 19-6 record, will face Liberty League champions St. Lawrence University (16-11) in the opening round at St. John Fisher University in Rochester, N.Y.
NCAA Men's Basketball Selection Live!At 10 a.m., the NCAA will show their 2010 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Selection show on the web. Click the headline, install Silverlight on your computer, and watch to see when and where the Judges will be playing in the opening round!
Weldon hits two key shots as Brandeis men rally past NYU, 69-62The Brandeis men's basketball team scored 14 unanswered points in the second half, erasing an eight-point deficit to defeat visiting NYU, 69-62. The Judges put three players in double figures, but the biggest two buckets were a pair of John Weldon 3-pointers that gave the Judges the lead for good to cap the run.
Greven and Emory shock Brandeis men, 64-63Despite senior Terrell Hollins' UAA-leading 12th double-double - the 20th of his career - with 16 points and 19 rebounds, the Brandeis men's basketball team was stunned when Emory rookie Alex Greven hit the game-winning jumper with 5.9 seconds left. The Eagles scored the game's last six points to steal a 64-63 UAA win.
No. 21 men bounce back with 83-71 win over Chicago as five score in double figuresFive different players scored in double figures as the Brandeis men's basketball team, ranked 21st in the nation, bounced back from a home loss to defeat the University of Chicago, 83-71. Sophomore Vytas Kriskus tallied a team-high 20 points in 26 minutes off the bench, while senior Terrell Hollins had his 11th double-double of the season.
No. 21 Brandeis men can't complete season sweep of No. 3 WashUSenior Terrell Hollins had 20 points and a game-high eight rebounds, and sophomore Vytas Kriskus had 15 points off the bench, with 13 coming in a span of five minutes, but it wasn't enough to overcome hot shooting by the two-time defending champs as the No. 21 Brandeis men fell to No. 3 Washington University, 92-82.
Hollins hot streak continues as #21 men down Amherst, 71-55Senior Terrell Hollins continued his recent hot play with his seventh consecutive double-double - 21 points and 11 rebounds - as he led the 21st-ranked Brandeis men's basketball team past Amherst, 71-55. Over his last seven contests, Hollins has averaged 16 points and 13.6 rebounds while shooting nearly 60 percent from the floor.
Chapin, Hollins earn UAA honors with big weekendsSeniors Jessica Chapin and Terrell Hollins earned UAA Player of the Week honors for their record-setting weekends against Case Western Reserve and Carnegie Mellon. Chapin had a single-game record with 36 points against CMU for the Brandeis women, while Hollins' 17 points and 19 rebounds made the Class of 2010 the winningest in men's basketball history with 76 victories.
Hollins carries men's hoops seniors to 76th career win, 62-43, at CMUSenior Terrell Hollins had 17 points and a career-high 19 rebounds today, recording his sixth-straight double-double, as the #19 Brandeis men defeated Carnegie Mellon, 62-43. With the win, the Class of 2010 becomes the men's basketball program's winningest seniors with 76 victories.
#19 Brandeis men rally back but can't catch Case, 63-61The Brandeis men's basketball team cut a 12-point deficit to one and had the ball, but the Judges' comeback attempt at Case Western Reserve fell just short, 63-61. Seniors Terrell Hollins and Andre Roberson had 13 points each, while sophomore Tyrone Hughes (pictured) hit three key trifectas and had 12 points.
WBRS to cover Brandeis UAA Road games at Case and Carnegie MellonFor the first time in station history, the WBRS radio crew will be headed to Cleveland and Pittsburgh to cover the Brandeis basketball teams as they kick off the second half of UAA player against Case Western Reserve and Carnegie Mellon. You can also follow along live via video and livestats. Links and more are here!
Hollins becomes Brandeis's 27th 1,000-point scorer as Judges top CMU, 72-59Senior Terrell Hollins stuffed the stat sheet and made history today as the #20 men's basketball team beat Carnegie Mellon, 72-59. He had 19 points, 16 rebounds, six assists, three blocked shots and three steals in a game that included his 1,000th career point. Hollins is the program's 27th 1,000-point scorer.
#20 Brandeis men find range in 70-52 UAA win over CaseThe 20th-ranked Brandeis men's basketball team bounced back from their worst 3-point shooting effort in a big way, connecting from beyond the arc on six consecutive possessions during a first-half stretch that saw the Judges pull away from Case Western Reserve University for a 70-52 UAA victory in Auerbach Arena.
Hollins, Larkin and Selig earn UAA Athlete of the Week honorsThree Brandeis student-athletes were named University Athletic Association Player of the Week for Jan. 24. Senior Terrell Hollins was honored for men's basketball, while juniors Emma Larkin and Grayce Selig were recognized for women's fencing and women's track and field, respectively.
#15 men drop a game of runs against Emory, 77-64Despite a second-straight double-double and a game-high in assists from senior forward Terrell Hollins (15 points, 13 rebounds, 6 assists) and 15 points from classmate Andre Roberson, the 15th-ranked Brandeis men's basketball team couldn't overcome a late shooting funk, falling to Emory 77-64.
#15 Brandeis men run past Rochester, 70-63, into four-way tie atop UAASophomore guard Vytas Kriskus scored 18 points in 25 minutes and senior forward Terrell Hollins had his fourth double-double of the year with 14 points and a season-high 13 rebounds tonight as the #15th Brandeis men defeated Rochester, 70-63, in a UAA contest. Both teams are now 3-1 in the UAA, tied with WashU and Emory atop the conference standings.
Capano, Hughes named UAA Athletes of the WeekJunior Lucia Capano and sophomore Tyrone Hughes were selected as University Athletic Association Athletes of the Week for Jan. 19. Capano was selected for the second time this season for indoor track as she qualified for the NCAA championships in the triple jump. Hughes was honored for the first time for his role a 3-0 week for the #15 men's basketball team.
#20 Brandeis men complete Midwest sweep with 75-69 win at ChicagoThanks to a season-high 24 points and career-high-tying eight rebounds from senior Andre Roberson, the 20th-ranked Brandeis men defeated Chicago, 75-69, in the Windy City. Coupled with their win Friday night at WashU, Brandeis completed its first-ever sweep of the UAA's Midwest opponents.
No. 20 men knock off No. 3 WashU, 58-55, in OTThe backcourt combination of Andre Roberson and Tyrone Hughes combined for 28 points, including six of the squad's nine points in overtime as the #20 Judges defeated #3 Washington University, the two-time defending NCAA champions, 58-55, in St. Louis tonight. More details will follow.
No. 20 Brandeis men use 29-4 run to rally past BatesThe nationally-ranked Brandeis University men's basketball team used a 29-4 run that bridged halftime to overcome a 10-point deficit and pull away for an 81-57 victory against Bates College on Tuesday evening in Red Auerbach Arena. The Judges, who are ranked 20th nationally by D3hoops.com, improved to 9-2. The Bobcats, who had lost four times by eight points or less, slipped to 6-6.
Cold shooting dooms #8 men at NYUSenior Terrell Hollins had 14 points and connected on six-of-eight from the field, but the rest of the squad was cold as the Judges dropped a 62-50 UAA decision at NYU in their league opener. The eighth-ranked Judges scored a season low and shot just 24.6% from the field and 14.8% from 3-point range.
#13 men hold off late charge from Curry, 74-69The Brandeis University men's basketball team got a game- and career-high 26 points from sophomore Vytas Kriskus and the third double-double of the season from senior Terrell Hollins tonight as the Judges defeated Curry College, 74-69. The 13th-ranked Judges led by 18 points in the second half, but the Colonels got within three in the last minute of play.
UAA honors three from Brandeis with Athlete of the Week honorsThree different Brandeis student-athletes have been honored as University Athletic Association Players of the Week for December 7. Senior Kenny Small was recognized for men's basketball, while juniors Lucia Capano and Anna Hanley were honored for women's track and field and women's fencing, respectively.
Small goes for 22 as Judges win inaugural "New England Big 4 Challenge"Senior guard Kenny Small had 22 points, including six in a key 11-0 run as the 23rd-ranked Brandeis men's basketball team defeated host Tufts, 54-41, to win the inaugural New England Big Four Challenge. Small earned MVP honors and was joined on the all-tournament team by classmate Terrell Hollins.
Men's hoops rallies past Salem State, 88-73, in Big 4 Challenge openerIn the first-ever Big 4 Challenge, the Brandeis men's basketball team erased an eight-point deficit to defeat Salem State College, 88-73, at Tufts University. Kenny Small had 24 points and Terrell Hollins had 20 to lead the Judges in their first-ever meeting with head coach Brian Meehan's old squad.
Small's 20 rallies #23 men past Framingham State, 76-73For the second time in three nights, the 23rd-ranked Brandeis men's basketball team survived a scare on the road, battling back from an 11-point halftime deficit to defeat host Framingham State, 76-73. Senior Kenny Small led all players with 20 points, including 4-of-8 from downtown.