Three members of the sophomore class were named the All-UAA tennis teams. Simon Miller was named second-team at No. 3 singles for the men, while Mackenzie Gallegos and Rachel Rosman were second-team at No. 1 doubles.
Because of inclement weather, the Brandeis-Amherst baseball game scheduled for April 21 at 3:30 p.m. has been postponed. It will be made up on Monday, April 27 at 4 p.m. Additionally, the game scheduled for April 23 at Roger Williams University has been cancelled so that RWU can make up a conference game. There is no make-up date scheduled.
The men's tennis team had a pair of hard-fought matches, but the Judges were unable to pick up a win at the UAA Championships at Rochester. Brandeis fell to NYU, 5-4, in the consolation semifinals, and 5-3 to Rochester in the seventh-place match. Sophomore Simon Miller emerged undefeated at the No. 3 spot on the weekend.
Sophomore Simon Miller earned a point at No. 3 singles, but the Brandeis men's tennis team suffered an 8-1 loss to No. 2-ranked Washington University in the UAA quarterfinals. The Judges will face rival NYU in the consolation semifinals tomorrow at 9 a.m.
The Brandeis men's tennis team got wins at No. 1 doubles from senior Scott Schulman and sophomore Simon Miller and a three-set victory at No. 5 singles from rookie Josh Bookman, but that was all the Judges could muster against MIT in a 7-2 loss as the UAA tournament approaches.
The Brandeis men's tennis team got back on the right track, defeating rival Babson, 8-1, indoors at the Gosman Athletic Center today. Junior Seth Rogers lost just two games in his singles and doubles matches.
Senior Scott Schulman pushed his opponent at No. 2 singles, forcing a tie-breaker in the second set, but the Judges could not manage a match win against the seventh-ranked team in the nation, Amherst College.
Senior captain Scott Schulman won a first-set tiebreaker en route to a straight-set win at No. 2 singles, but the men's tennis team lost its fourth-straight match to a NESCAC opponent, 8-1, to Tufts University.
The Brandeis men's tennis team dropped three matches at the Middlebury Invitational this weekend. The Judges fell to the fourth-ranked hosts, 9-0, and dropped 6-3 decisions to UAA rival NYU and Connecticut College. The Judges split their singles matches in the last two contests, but could not pull out any doubles wins.
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.
The Brandeis men's tennis team fell just short in the second match of their 2009 spring trip to Florida, as NAIA Palm Beach Atlantic was able to win the day's only three-set match to hand the Judges a 5-4 defeat.
Despite wins at the top of the order from sophomore Steven Nieman and senior Scott Schulman, the Brandeis men's tennis team couldn't overcome a 3-0 deficit after doubles player, falling to NAIA Webber International, 6-3, in their spring opener.
Sophomore Steven Nieman (Forest Hills, N.Y.) and senior captain Scott Schulman (Wethersfield, Conn.) turned in tough performances but ultimately dropped a pair of three-set matches. Nieman's loss was in the second round, Schulman's in the first.