• Brandeis announces 2009 Hall of Fame class
    February 23, 2009
    Brandeis announces 2009 Hall of Fame class The Brandeis University Department of Athletics and the Friends of Brandeis Athletics (FOBA) are proud to announce the members of the Class of 2009 to the Brandeis Athletics Hall of Fame. The 13th Hall of Fame Class will be inducted at an 11:00 a.m. brunch ceremony at the Westin Hotel in Waltham on November 1.
  • Premo nets second-team All-UAA honor
    November 17, 2008
    Premo nets second-team All-UAA honor For the third time in his career, senior forward Ben Premo of the men's soccer team has been selected to the University Athletic Association All-Association team. Classmate Kevin Murphy and junior midfielder Corey Bradley were honorable mention honorees.
  • Men's soccer blanked by NYU, 2-0, in season finale
    November 08, 2008
    Men's soccer blanked by NYU, 2-0, in season finale With a 2-0 loss at NYU to end the regular season, the Brandeis men's soccer team finishes the campaign at 8-9-2, 0-5-2 in the University Athletic Association.
  • Brandeis men battle back but fall short against Carnegie Mellon, 2-1
    November 02, 2008
    Brandeis men battle back but fall short against Carnegie Mellon, 2-1 Senior forward Ben Premo (Florence, Mass.) scored a goal in his final regular-season home game, but it wasn't enough as the Brandeis men fell to Carnegie Mellon, 2-1, in a UAA contest. It was also the last home game for classmate Kevin Murphy (Monson, Mass.).
  • Men's soccer challenges No. 6 Emory but falls, 2-0
    October 31, 2008
    Men's soccer challenges No. 6 Emory but falls, 2-0 The Brandeis men's soccer team battled sixth-ranked Emory to a first-half draw, but the Eagles notched a pair of second-half goals to earn a 2-0 UAA victory and remain unbeaten on the season.
  • Late Batista goal leads men's soccer past Lasell, 1-0
    October 28, 2008
    Late Batista goal leads men's soccer past Lasell, 1-0 Brandeis junior Jaime Batista (Westford, Mass.) scored a late goal to break a scoreless tie and lead the Judges past Lasell College, 1-0. The game, originally slated to be played at Lasell, was moved to Gordon Field because of poor field conditions in Newton.
  • Rally falls short as men's soccer falls to No. 21 Washington, 2-1
    October 19, 2008
    Rally falls short as men's soccer falls to No. 21 Washington, 2-1 Junior Jaime Batista (Westford, Mass.) scored in the first 10 minutes of the second half, but the men's soccer team could not add an equalizer as they fell to nationally-ranked Washington University, 2-1
  • Own goal, PK lead to 1-1 draw between Brandeis and Chicago men
    October 17, 2008
    Own goal, PK lead to 1-1 draw between Brandeis and Chicago men The Brandeis men's soccer team battled to its second-straight draw in University Athletic Association (UAA) action tonight as the Judges and the University of Chicago Maroons each scored unusual second-half goals en route to a 1-1 draw.
  • Brandeis, Case men battle to 0-0 draw
    October 11, 2008
    Brandeis, Case men battle to 0-0 draw The Brandeis men's soccer team battled visiting Case Western Reserve University, ranked No. 5 in the Great Lakes region, to a 0-0 tie after 110 minutes in a University Athletic Association (UAA) contest on Gordon Field today. Brandeis moves to 6-5-1 (0-1-1 UAA), while Case is now 9-2-1 (1-0-1 UAA).
  • Men's soccer falls to unbeaten MIT, 5-0
    October 08, 2008
    Men's soccer falls to unbeaten MIT, 5-0 The Brandeis men's soccer team (6-5) was unable to hand MIT (10-0-1) its first loss of the season as the Judges fell to the Engineers, 5-0, in Cambridge.
  • Men's soccer falls to No. 22 Rochester, 3-0, in UAA opener
    October 04, 2008
    Men's soccer falls to No. 22 Rochester, 3-0, in UAA opener Two goals in the first five minutes was too much for the men's soccer team to overcome as the Judges fell to the University of Rochester, 3-0, in their UAA opener.
  • Men's soccer drops 2-1 decision to Bridgewater State
    October 01, 2008
    Men's soccer drops 2-1 decision to Bridgewater State Despite Ben Premo's eighth goal of the season, the Brandeis men's soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to Bridgewater State College today.
  • Men's soccer falls to No. 22 Wheaton, 2-1
    September 28, 2008
    Men's soccer falls to No. 22 Wheaton, 2-1 The Brandeis men's soccer team saw its four-match winning streak come to at the hands of Wheaton College, the No. 22 team in the nation, by a 2-1 score on Sunday at Keefe Field. The Lyons improved to 5-1-2, while the Judges fell to 6-2.
  • Premo, x-country runners claim UAA honors, Sept. 22
    September 23, 2008
    Premo, x-country runners claim UAA honors, Sept. 22 Sophomore cross country runners Marie Lemay of Saco, Maine, and Paul Norton of Amherst, Mass., and senior forward Ben Premo of Florence, Mass., of the men's soccer team have been selected as the University Athletic Association Athletes of the Week for September 22.
  • Men's soccer rolls past Newbury, 4-0
    September 22, 2008
    Men's soccer rolls past Newbury, 4-0 The men's soccer team scored twice in each half today as the Judges won their second-straight road contest, 4-0, over the Newbury College Nighthawks.
  • Premo's goal with 50 seconds left in OT lift men's soccer to 2-1 win over WPI
    September 17, 2008
    Premo's goal with 50 seconds left in OT lift men's soccer to 2-1 win over WPI Senior forward Ben Premo (Florence, Mass.) scored with just 50 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift Brandeis to a dramatic 2-1 victory over host WPI in non-conference men’s soccer action on Wednesday evening. With the win, Brandeis improves to 5-1 on the season while WPI sees its record even at 2-
  • Four from Brandeis earn UAA Athlete of the Week honors, Sept. 15
    September 16, 2008
    Four from Brandeis earn UAA Athlete of the Week honors, Sept. 15 Four Brandeis student-athletes have been selected as the University Athletic Association (UAA) Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 14. Junior Lee Bloom of West Hartford, Conn., was honored for golf; sophomore Rachel Rosman of Bonita Springs, Fla., for women's tennis; sophomore Paige Blasco of Greeley, Colo., for volleyball; and rookie Sean O'Hare of Southampton, Mass., for men's soccer.
  • Men's soccer wraps up successful home-stand with 4-0 win over Colby-Sawyer
    September 15, 2008
    Men's soccer wraps up successful home-stand with 4-0 win over Colby-Sawyer Junior midfielder Mike Silberstein (Shrewsbury, N.J.) scored twice and senior forward Ben Premo (Florence, Mass.) moved into sixth place on the career goal-scoring list as the Brandeis men's soccer team defeated visiting Colby-Sawyer College, 4-0, on Gordon Field. With the victory, the Judges conclude a five-match homestand with a 4-1 record, while CSC falls to 0-5 on the season.
  • Premo's late goal and assist lead men's soccer past Babson, 3-1
    September 10, 2008
    Premo's late goal and assist lead men's soccer past Babson, 3-1 Senior forward Ben Premo (Florence, Mass.) tallied a goal and an assist in the final five minutes of the contest tonight to lead the men's soccer team past visiting Babson College, 3-1, on Gordon Field.
  • Men's soccer falls to Clark, 2-1
    September 06, 2008
    Men's soccer falls to Clark, 2-1 The Brandeis men's soccer team suffered its first setback of the season today, 2-1, at the hands of Clark University, despite the third goal of the season by junior Patrick Metelus.
  • Metelus, Gross tally as men's soccer downs Wentworth, 2-0
    September 04, 2008
    Metelus, Gross tally as men's soccer downs Wentworth, 2-0 The Brandeis men's soccer team scored two first-half goals a little more than five minutes apart and made the lead stand up with solid defense as the Judges defeated visiting Wentworth Institute of Technology, 2-0, on Gordon Field today.
  • Premo hat trick leads men's soccer past Endicott, 5-0
    August 30, 2008
    Premo hat trick leads men's soccer past Endicott, 5-0 Senior forward Ben Premo (Florence, Mass.) notched his fourth career hat trick today to lead the Brandeis University men's soccer team past visiting Endicott College, 5-0, in the season opener for both teams today.