Kriskus, Hughes can't fend off NYU rally on Senior DayDespite 21 points and a career-high 12 rebounds from Vytas Kriskus and seven points and six assists from Tyrone Hughes in their final games, the Violets rallied past the Judges, 65-63, for the win. Brandeis closes its season at 13-12, 7-7 in the UAA.
Rally falls just short for men at No. 23 Emory, 65-62Despite 13 points and 10 rebounds and a game-tying trifecta from senior Vytas Kriskus to help rally the team from a 12-point deficit, the host Eagles hit a 3-pointer with three seconds to go to escape with the win.
Strong second half leads Case past men, 91-68Youri Dascy had 13 points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots, but it was Case who hit 70 percent from the field in the second half as their senior Tom Summers finished with 31 points to hand the Judges a UAA loss.
Men race past Rochester, 78-64, with big second halfThe Judges shot 61 percent after the break, snapping a 37-37 with eight straight points and never looking back as they topped the Yellowjackets.Vytas Kriskus had 15 points and 8 boards and Ben Bartoldus 12 of his 14 points in the second half.
Judges lead wire-to-wire in 83-68 win at MCLABrandeis shot 10-of-19 from downtown to defeat the Trailblazers in a rematch of last season's ECAC Tournament semifinal. Ben Bartoldus scored a season-high 22 points and Derek Retos had 21.
Meehan gets win No. 300 as men down Babson, 61-53In their fifth attempt to get him to the milestone victory, the Judges defeated their local rivals in a back-and-forth second half. Derek Retos finished with 17 points and Youri Dascy had another double-double.
Announcing the 2012 Brandeis Athletic Hall of Fame ClassSix standout athletes whose careers spanned the first half-century of Brandeis’ sports history will be inducted into the 14th class of the Joseph Linsey Brandeis Athletic Hall of Fame during ceremonies on March 31 in the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center on campus, Director of Athletics Sheryl Sousa ’90 and Friends of Brandeis Athletics (FOBA) President Jim Leahy '85 announced.