Cooke earns All-America honors from ITARookie Carley Cooke was named the first All-American in women's tennis in Brandeis history. She finished the season 17th in Division III in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association singles rankings.
Brown adds Academic All-District honorsSenior Chris Brown has added Capital One Academic All-District honors, as selected by CoSIDA, to his award haul this year. He will be eligible for Academic All-America honors, which will be announced in June.
O'Hare, Lambert honored by NEIBAThe New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association honored Brandeis senior Sean O'Hare with a berth on the roster of the Division II-III All-Star team, while Brian Lambert '98 was presented with their Kevin Burr Assistant Coach Award.
Specker named Capital One Academic All-AmericanSenior Marianne Specker is Brandeis's 22nd Academic All-American and the sixth two-time honoree. She hit .401 with 41 RBI for the Judges and graduated with a 3.92 GPA as a psychology major with minors in women's and gender studies and politics.
Softball closes regular season with split at UMass BostonSenior Brittany Grimm reached base in all nine of her plate appearances and classmate Caroline Miller fanned nine in five innings to win game one, 10-4, but the Beacons rallied after getting down to their last strike to earn a split, 3-2, in the second game. Brandeis finishes its regular season at 23-16.
Warwick adds UAA 10K title to trophy caseSenior Kate Warwick ran the 22nd-fastest time in the nation in Division III in the 10,000-meter run at the UAA championships at Carnegie Mellon, putting her into contention for an NCAA berth. Four other Judges scored points as Brandeis finished in seventh place.
Men's tennis drops UAA opener to No. 17 Washington U., 8-1The Judges fell to 0-8 against nationally-ranked foes this season with their loss to the Bears. Brandeis's lone point came at No. 2 doubles thanks to the team of Josh Jordan and Steven Milo. Brandeis will take on NYU in the consolation bracket.
Brown adds fourth UAA Runner of the Week honorAfter his fine performance against a field of Division I competitors at Princeton University, senior Chris Brown was named UAA Men's Track and Field Runner of the Week for the fourth time this season.
Softball splits at Worcester StateBrittany Grimm had a double and a homer and Caroline Miller tossed a 3-hitter as the Judges won the opener, 6-1, but they could not mount a comeback in the nightcap, which the Lancers took by a 4-2 score.
Baseball routs Bowdoin, 14-7, on Senior DayJudge seniors accounted for nine hits and 10 runs scored, while pitching four innings of effective relief, to earn the win in their last home game. Alex Tynan tossed 3.1 innings of five-hit ball out of the pen.
Men's tennis bows to Tufts, 6-3, in final regular-season matchPrior to their trip to the UAA Championships in Florida, the Brandeis men dropped a 6-3 decision on the road at Tufts. Juniors Josh Jordan and Steven Milo were responsible for all three Brandeis points. Milo was playing in his first singles action since mid-March.
Softball falls to No. 9 Tufts, 10-5Every Brandeis starter but one had a hit, but the Judges were unable to climb out of an early 6-0 hole against the Jumbos. Senior Marianne Specker had a two-run double to give her 105 RBI for her career.