Cold shooting dooms Brandeis women at No. 11 Rochester, 53-37No Brandeis player scored in double figures tonight as the Judges hit just 22 percent from the floor. Sophomore Nicolina Vitale scored seven points off the bench, as did senior Kelly Ethier, while Morgan Kendrew was held to single digits for just the second time in UAA play with eight.
Carnegie Mellon women stop Judges, 65-56Morgan Kendrew had 18 points for the Judges, but CMU junior Emily Peel had a career-best 33 points as the host Tartans won for the first time in a decade over the Judges.
Spartans pull away from Judges, 60-47Despite a second-straight 20-point performance from Morgan Kendrew and the first career double-double from classmate Shannon Hassan (10 p, 10 r), the host Spartans ended the game on a 21-5 run to take the UAA win.
Women can't contain Emory 3s in 70-40 lossThe Brandeis women came out strong, taking an early 20-15 lead, but the Eagles connected on 13 3-pointers to take the UAA win. Sophomore Kasey Dean had a fine game off the bench with 7 points, 9 boards and 3 steals.
No. 5 Rochester women pull away from Judges, 77-56Despite 18 points from Morgan Kendrew and a 45-41 edge on the glass against the top rebounding team in Division III, the Judges couldn't hang in against a late onslaught from the fifth-rated Yellowjackets.
Cain rallies women past Roger Williams, 57-48Rookie Hannah Cain scored a career-high 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds as the Judges ended the game on a 25-9 run. Brandeis blocked 11 shots in the contest, their most since at least 2004.
Women pull away from Eastern Nazarene, 64-38The Judges outscored the Lions, 33-17, in the second half thanks to a fine performance from junior Courtney Ness, who had eight points and five boards after the break to finish with 10 and 7, respectively.
Announcing the 2012 Brandeis Athletic Hall of Fame ClassSix standout athletes whose careers spanned the first half-century of Brandeis’ sports history will be inducted into the 14th class of the Joseph Linsey Brandeis Athletic Hall of Fame during ceremonies on March 31 in the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center on campus, Director of Athletics Sheryl Sousa ’90 and Friends of Brandeis Athletics (FOBA) President Jim Leahy '85 announced.
Women fall to No. 5 Babson, 64-35Sophomore Nicolina Vitale scored five of her career-high nine points in the first half as the Judges tried to battle back from an early deficit, but the No. 5 Beavers were too much to overcome.