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.
Sophomore Rachel Rosman went 6-0 on the weekend, while classmate Mackenzie Gallegos went 5-1, as the Brandeis women's tennis team finished in sixth place at the UAA Tennis Championships. The Judges blanked Case, 9-0, in the consolation semifinals, but fell to NYU, 5-3, in the fifth-place match today.
The Brandeis women's tennis team took two points off No. 14 Washington University, as sophomore Rachel Rosman won at No. 1 singles and teamed with classmate Mackenzie Gallegos at No. 1 doubles for a pair of wins, but the Judges fell short in their upset bid, 7-2, against No. 14 Washington Univ. in the first round of the UAA tournament.
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.
Junior Ariana Sanai and sophomore Mackenzie Gallegos each won both of their matches on the day, but 29th-ranked MIT came out on top of a marathon match at fifth singles to escape the Judges with a 5-4 victory in the women's tennis team's final tune-up for UAAs.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - The Brandeis womens tennis team dropped a match to #26 Skidmore College, 6-3, this past Sunday. Skidmore took all three doubles victories while the Judges only picked up three wins all coming in singles matches. With the loss, the Judges fall to 10-6 on the season while Skidmore gets to 14-4.
Sophomore Mackenzie Gallegos dropped just three games in two matches today as the Brandeis women's tennis team had no problem dispatching Connecticut College, 9-0. Gallegos and classmate Rachel Rosman cruised to an 8-1 win at No. 1 doubles, and she took a 6-1, 6-1, decision at No. 4 singles.
LOWELL, Mass. The Brandeis University men's and womens track and field team competed at the George Davis Invitational on April 11 at UMass Lowell. In a non-scoring meet, the mens team had one first-place finish and one second-place finish, while the womens team had four first-place finishes, two second-place finishes and one third-place finish.
Despite a three-set victory at No. 2 singles by senior captain Gabrielle Helfgott, the Brandeis women's tennis team dropped an 8-1 decision to Wellesley College. The Blue are ranked No. 19 in the nation.
The Brandeis women's tennis team won two out of three doubles matches and five of the six singles contests as they defeated UAA rival NYU, 7-2, at the Middlebury Invitational. The Judges also dropped a 9-0 decision to 13th-ranked Middlebury.
Brandeis junior Jessica Chapin of the women's basketball team and sophomore Mackenzie Gallegos of women's tennis were both named UAA Athletes of the Week this week. Chapin also earned AOW honors from the New England Women's Basketball Association.
The Brandeis women's tennis team cruised again in their final match in Orlando, Fla., as the Judges defeated Capital University, 9-0. With the win, Brandeis posted a 4-1 record on their trip and improved to 6-2 overall.
The Judges got wins from sophomore Mackenzie Gallegos and junior Emily Weisberger at fourth and fifth singles, but it wasn't enough to overcome a deep squad from NAIA Palm Beach Atlantic, 7-2, in the second match of the women's tennis team's trip to Florida.
Sophomore Rachel Rosman did not lose a game at No. 1 singles and doubles today as the Brandeis women's tennis team opened up a four-match road trip with an 8-1 win over Webber International of the NAIA.
Sophomore Rachel Rosman and junior Ariana Sanai picked up early wins as the Brandeis women's tennis team had the first competition for Judge spring teams as they took on Division I Colgate University, but the Judges ultimately fell, 6-2.
Sophomore Rachel Rosman (Bonita Springs, Fla.) reached the third round of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association regional tournament in singles action and the second round playing doubles with rookie Sarah Richman (Sewickly, Pa.)
The Brandeis women's tennis team won the last two matches on the court nearly simultaneously as the Judges rallied from deficits of 2-1 and 4-3 to defeat cross-town rival Bentley College, 5-4, on the Rieger Tennis Courts today.
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 was honored for golf; sophomore Rachel Rosman for women's tennis; sophomore Paige Blasco for volleyball and rookie Sean O'Hare for men's soccer.
Sophomore Rachel Rosman (Estero, Fla.) captured the 'A' flight championship today as the Brandeis University women's tennis team finished in second place out of seven teams at the ECAC Open Women's Tennis Championships at Trinity College.