Bradley named second-team All-UAA for men's soccerSenior midfielder and co-captain Corey Bradley earned second-team All-UAA honors in 2009, a year after being selected as an honorable mention. Sophomore defenders David McCoy and Ari Silver were also honorable mention choices by the UAA coaches.
Late rally falls short for men's soccer against NYU, 3-2Senior Corey Bradley scored in the 88th minute and had a nice attempt go wide in the final 30 seconds today as the Brandeis men fell just short in their season finale, 3-2, against NYU. Rookie Sam Ocel scored the Judges' first goal.
Lynch named UAA Defensive Player of the WeekBrandeis junior goalkeeper Matt Lynch made 16 saves in two games last week, earning his third shutout of the campaign and University Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Week honors in the process.
Lynch's 11 saves preserve scoreless draw with ChicagoJunior goalkeeper Matt Lynch made a career-high 11 saves today as the Brandeis men's soccer team earned a 0-0 tie with the University of Chicago in a UAA contest. The Judges earned the draw despite playing a man down for the final 15 minutes of the game.
Men's soccer shuts out Lasell, 2-0Junior midfielder Kyle Gross scored a goal for the second straight game, tallying the game-winner in the 26th minute as the Judges blanked visiting Lasell in the mist on Gordon Field. It was the second shutout of the season for Brandeis, who did not allow a shot on goal.
Men's soccer drops 3-0 UAA decision at EmoryThe Brandeis men's soccer team dropped its third-straight University Athletic Association contest and fourth in a row overall today as the Judges fell to Emory University, 3-0, in Atlanta. The win was the Eagles' first in conference action.
Farr scores in third-straight game, but Judges fall at Babson, 3-2Sophomore forward Alexander Farr scored for the third game in a row, and the Judges got an own-goal early in the second half, but it wasn't enough to counter a hat-trick from the hosts' star rookie as the Brandeis men's soccer team dropped a 3-2 non-conference decision at Babson today.
Bradley blast leads Judges past Case, 1-0, in UAA openerSenior Corey Bradley netted his first goal of the season and the sixth of his career today to lead the Judges to a 1-0 victory over host Case Western Reserve in the UAA opener for both teams. The victory was the second in a row for Brandeis and marked their first shutout of 2009.
Peabody's five points lead Brandeis men past Newbury, 6-1The Brandeis men's soccer team outshot visiting Newbury College, 36-1, this afternoon en route to a 6-1 victory over the Nighthawks. Rookie forward Matt Peabody led the Judges with two goal and an assist for a five-point performance.
Men's soccer bows to Wheaton, 3-0, under the lightsThe Brandeis men's soccer team drew its best crowd of the season under the lights on Gordon Field, but unfortunately, they were unable to upset the No. 4 team in New England, Wheaton College, falling by a 3-0 score. The Judges lost despite a season-high six saves by junior Matt Lynch.
Men's soccer breaks into win column with 2-1 triumph over MITThanks to a pair of nice set pieces, the Brandeis men's soccer team earned a 2-1 victory over MIT Wednesday night. Rookie Matt Peabody got the Judges on the board in the first half, while sophomore Alexander Farr tallied the game-winner in the 68th minute. Junior goalkeeper Matt Lynch made five saves.
Men's soccer drops home opener to WPI, 3-2The Judges got goals in each half, with sophomore Alexander Farr connecting in the first and rookie Lee Russo getting his first collegiate goal in the second, but it wasn't enough, as visiting WPI spoiled Brandeis's home opener, 3-2.
Men's soccer gets on the board, but Clark wins in OT, 2-1The Brandeis men's soccer team went to overtime for the second time in three games, but they fell to host Clark University, 2-1, just over six minutes into the first extra session. Rookie Matt Peabody had his first collegiate goal for the Judges.
Men's soccer opens with 1-1 draw against Rutgers-NewarkThe Brandeis men's soccer team opened its 2009 campaign today with a 1-1 draw in their first-ever meeting with Rutgers-Newark as part of the adidas Kick-Off Classic at Wheaton College. The Judges scored early on an own-goal, and sophomore Luke Teece had a couple of strong chances, but the Judges couldn't snap the tie.