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Nov 2, 2014
0 Brandeis
2 at Chicago
Final
Nov 8, 2014
0 Brandeis
0 at NYU
Final - 2OT
Nov 15, 2014
0 Penn St.-Behrend
2 vs. Brandeis
@ Dallas, Pa. (Misericordia)
Final
NCAA Tournament 1st Round
Nov 16, 2014
1 Brandeis
2 at Misericordia
Final
NCAA Division III Tournament - Second Round
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November 8, 2014 Women battle to scoreless draw at NYU, sets record for fewest goals allowed in regular season The Judges recorded their 12th shutout of the season and outshot their rivals, 21-9. Brandeis finishes their regular season at 12-4-2, 2-3-2 and fifth place in the UAA.
November 2, 2014 Brandeis women fall to #16 Chicago, 2-0 The Judges were unable to pull a second-straight upset on the road, falling to host Chicago on two first-half goals.
October 31, 2014 Schwartz puts home the lone goal to upset Washington on the road, 1-0 The Judges were able to convert the only goal of the match to upset UAA rival, the Washington University Bears.
October 30, 2014 Three from Brandeis soccer named to Capital One Academic All-District teams, selected by CoSIDA Michelle Savuto of the women was honored for her academics for the second time in her career, while Tyler Savonen and Conor Lanahan were honored for the first time.
October 20, 2014 Dallamora and Coven featured in Oct. 20 Boston Globe Sports Stan Grossfeld of the Globe wrote about the Judges' 77 years of soccer coaching excellence.
October 19, 2014 Late goal gives Brandeis women 1-1 tie with #9 Emory Junior Melissa Darling had two terrific plays on defense then assisted Samantha Schwartz's game-winner in the 85th minute.
Points
S Edalati (Brandeis) : 25
S Schwartz (Brandeis) : 21
H Szafran (Brandeis) : 11
C Moscovitch (Brandeis) : 9
M Darling (Brandeis) : 5
Complete Leaders
Goals
S Edalati (Brandeis) : 9
S Schwartz (Brandeis) : 9
C Moscovitch (Brandeis) : 4
M Darling (Brandeis) : 2
H Szafran (Brandeis) : 2
Complete Leaders
Assists
S Edalati (Brandeis) : 7
H Szafran (Brandeis) : 7
S Schwartz (Brandeis) : 3
H Burhans (Brandeis) : 2
H Schachter (Brandeis) : 1
Complete Leaders
Shots
H Szafran (Brandeis) : 78
S Edalati (Brandeis) : 72
S Schwartz (Brandeis) : 61
C Moscovitch (Brandeis) : 25
M Darling (Brandeis) : 20
Complete Leaders
Goals against
A Grossman (Brandeis) : 4
M Savuto (Brandeis) : 6
Complete Leaders
Goals-against average
A Grossman (Brandeis) : 0.43
M Savuto (Brandeis) : 0.55
Complete Leaders
Saves
M Savuto (Brandeis) : 28
A Grossman (Brandeis) : 24
K Lehman (Brandeis) : 3
Complete Leaders
Save pct
A Grossman (Brandeis) : .857
M Savuto (Brandeis) : .824
Complete Leaders
Denise Dallamora Denise Dallamora Head Coach 781-736-3644

Denise Dallamora is the only coach in Brandeis women’s soccer history. She began the soccer team in 1980 and Brandeis has developed into one of the most highly regarded Division III programs in the country.


Dallamora led the Judges to the postseason in nine of the past 10 campaigns. The Judges reached their second-ever NCAA tournament in 2010, defeating Castleton State, 2-1, in the first round. In 2012, they were even more successful, advancing past Union College, 2-1 in overtime; Lasell, 3-0; and Cortland State, 2-1, to reach the Elite Eight. The Judges’ seven previous postseason berths were in the ECAC tournament, winning titles in 2007 and 2008 and reaching the finals in 2009.

Brandeis qualified for its first NCAA Division III tournament in 1988. That year, Dallamora received several coaching honors. She was honored as the Coach of the Year by the University Athletic Association, the New England Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Association and the New England Women’s Eight. In 1991, she was honored by NEWISA with its service award. She has coached three All-American players and four of her former standouts were inducted into the Brandeis Athletic Hall of Fame. Dallamora was honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in 1995. She was presented a letter of commendation proclaiming a career of exceptional service to the sport of soccer.

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