Assistant men's tennis coach Payum Payman has been named the 2011 Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Northeast Region and National Men's Tennis Assistant Coach of the Year for 2011. Payman helped guide the Judges to a national ranking in 2011 and coached senior Nick White to All-UAA honors at first singles.
Senior Nick White was named second team All-Association selection by the University Athletic Association for his performance this spring. White, with a singles record of 14-11, helped boost the Judges to 10-11 for the season.
On May 5, the Brandeis Department of Athletics held its annual End-Of-Year banquet. Eight outstanding senior student-athletes were presented awards, while two others were honored as senior speakers. Click the headline to read more!
With the spring season underway, the capricious New England weather will have its effects on the Brandeis athletics schedule. Check here for all the latest updates. UPDATE, 4/22: Because of a scheduling conflict, the Brandeis-Suffolk baseball game scheduled for Monday, 4/25, will now be played at Brandeis at 3 p.m.
The Brandeis men's tennis team, ranked No. 22 in Division III, dropped a 7-0 decision to Bryant University today in a match played under chilly conditions in Rhode Island. The Judges were playing under Division I rules, so a victory at No. 2 doubles by seniors Steven Nieman and Nick White was overruled by two Bulldog doubles wins.
The Brandeis men's tennis team fell behind Rochester, 3-0, after dropping their doubles matches, but the Judges bounced back by taking all five completed singles matches. After four straight-set victories, junior Dave Yovanoff came from behind for a 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 clinching win. The Judges went on to drop the fifth-place match against Case, 5-2.
Despite playing without their usual #1 singles player and half of their nationally-ranked doubles tandem, the 30th-ranked Brandeis men's tennis team gave #17 Carnegie Mellon a tough match in the opener of the 2011 UAA tournament. Nick White won 11 straight games at No. 1 singles, while sophomore Josh Jordan won a third-set tiebreaker at No. 4 and rookie Adam Brown won in straight sets at No. 6.
The 30th ranked men's tennis squad fell to No. 13 Trinity College, 7-2, on Sunday afternoon, despite a win in the first doubles position from Nick White and Simon Miller, ranked 5th in the Northeast as a pair.
The Brandeis men's tennis team took down its second top-25 in three matches today as the No. 30 Judges knocked off No. 20 MIT, 6-3. After falling behind, 2-1, after doubles action, the Judges won five of six in singles play to earn the win. Senior Nick White at No. 1 doubles and No. 2 singles was Brandeis's only double winner.
Coach Ben Lamanna's squad took at 6-3 victory over his alma mater, Bates College, this afternoon. A pair of upsets in singles action by Simon Miller and Nick White helped boost the Judges past the Bobcats.
Brandeis University men's tennis, ranked 8th in New England and 30th nationally swept the Babson College Beavers, 9-0 today on the Gosman indoor tennis courts. The Judges, 7-4, were paced by the doubles team of Nick White and Simon Miller, currently ranked 5th in New England.
After dropping two in a row to nationally-ranked squads on their California trip, the Brandeis men's tennis team bounced back with a 7-2 victory over Chapman University, evening their record at 2-2 on the sojourn. The nationally-ranked team of seniors Simon Miller and Nick White anchored the win with a tiebreaker in doubles and straight-set wins in singles action.
In their second-straight match against another nationally-ranked team, the No. 30 Brandeis men's tennis squad suffered an 8-1 setback at the hands of No. 20 Pomona Pitzer. Sophomore Dave Yovanoff earned the Judges' lone win at No. 4 singles.
In the second match of their five-match swing through California for February break, the Brandeis men's tennis team suffered its first loss of the season at the hands of No. 7 Cal Lutheran. Despite taking two out of three doubles matches, the Judges suffered a 6-3 setback.
With Brandeis students on February break, the Judges baseball and tennis teams are taking the opportunity to travel to Florida and California, respectively, to take on some of the best in the nation. Click the headline to read more!
The Brandeis men's tennis team opened the 2011 spring season with a 7-2 win over Occidental College in Los Angeles. The Judges swept the Tigers in doubles action, and senior Simon Miller bounced back from a first-set defeat to pick up a victory at No. 1 singles.
The Spring 2011 Schedules are now available! Click the head line for a composite schedule, or check out the individual sport pages for your favorite Brandeis team. (Outdoor track and field schedules are still pending.)
Sophomore Steven Milo had the winning point tonight as the Brandeis men's tennis won its only dual-match of the fall season, 7-2, over the United States Coast Guard Academy. The match was played indoors in the Gosman Athletic Center because of the rain.
The senior tandem of Simon Miller and Nick White looked impressive in their first two matches in the doubles competition at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association regional championships. The top-seeded duo bested teams from Wheaton and Williams on Day 1.
Five Brandeis men's tennis players reached the finals of the 2010 Middlebury Invitational. Sophomore Steve Milo reached the championship match of the C singles flight, while seniors Simon Miller and Nick White were A doubles finalists and senior Fred Rozenshtetyn and sophomore Ezra Bernstein were in the last match in B doubles.