Honors continue to roll in for recent Brandeis graduates Paul Norton and Grayce Selig of the track and field and cross country teams. Both were named to the Capital One Academic All-District I teams as selected by the College Sports Information Director's Association (CoSIDA). Norton was a first-team honoree and will be placed on the ballot for Academic All-America honors, while Selig was a second-team selection.
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!
Grayce Selig and Kate Warwick led the Judges at the NCAA Regional Cross Country Championships today, hosted by Williams College. Both runners earned All-New England selection honors for their efforts in today's race.
Three members of the Brandeis cross country team earned honors at the 2010 University Athletic Association championships on Oct. 30. Grayce Selig (pictured) and Paul Norton earned first team All-UAA honors, while Ed Colvin was the men's third Rookie of the Year in four years.
For the second week in a row, Brandeis senior Grayce Selig led the Brandeis women's cross country team and earned UAA Athlete of the Week honors for her efforts. Selig won the 2010 University of Albany Invitational, the Judges' final warm-up for the UAA Championships.
Seniors Grayce Selig of the women's cross country team, Paige Blasco of volleyball and Taylor Bracken have all been selected as University Athletic Association Athletes of the Week for October 11, 2010.
For the first time in recent memory all five Brandeis fall teams are ranked among the top 10 in New England. With two nationally-ranked cross country squads leading the way, men's soccer off to its best start in 25 years and women's soccer and volleyball performing well, it's been a great first month for the Judges!
Junior Kate Warwick had her best career cross country individual performance, finishing third at the 2010 UMass Dartmouth Shriners Invitational. Meanwhile, the 10th-ranked Judge men finished in third place by just six points despite running without several of their top performers.
Two-time All-American Grayce Selig paced the 26th-ranked women's cross country team to victory in their season opener, 15-48, against the University of Southern Maine. The Judges had the top five finishers in the race, including newcomer Ali Kirsch who was part of the four-person pack behind Selig.