Lauren Bertsch, Scottie Todd and Julia Bryson were all honored for their combined outstanding performances in competition and in the classroom.
Last winter, the first openly transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division I men’s team spoke with the Brandeis SAAC. The UAA office featured him earlier this month.
The recent grad caps her career with one of the most prestigious awards presented by the NCAA each year.
The Judges had their third-best showing ever in the standings, scoring the most points in program history.
The Judges matched the best team finish in program history, while Emily Bryson became the first four-time cross country All-American in program history.
The Judges will head to Wisconsin later this week to take on the country's best. It's the program's fifth trip to the NCAAs and first since 2013.
Emily Bryson (2nd), Julia Bryson (7th) and Niamh Kenney (21st) each earned All-New England honors.
Ranked #12 in Division III, the Brandeis Women's Cross Country team has hopes to return to the NCAA Championships next weekend. Learn more about the Judges!
Men's and women's cross country, men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball were all honored.
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