After setting school single-season records for lowest ERA and most strikeouts per seven innings, Sydney Goldman becomes the program's fourth All-American.
Despite holding their opponents to just four hits and two runs apiece, the Brandeis offense couldn't cluster their hits in a pair of losses.
Coaches and Teammates thank the members of the Class of 2021.
Trailing 9-4 headed into the bottom of the seventh inning, the Judges scored six times to stun the fourth-ranked team in Division III on Alyssa Renskers's walk-off single. Brandeis will meet Tufts tomorrow in the winners' bracket.
We sat down with the Judges to get their take on the season and the upcoming NCAA Division III Tournament!
Nikki Cote '15 was presented with the Sid Goldfader Award of Valor as a senior. She grew up partially deaf, but it didn't stop her on the softball field, where she was named MVP of the ECAC tournament as senior. Since 2019, she has been a physician assistant at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut.
The Judges head to Husson University in Bangor, Maine, where they will meet Eastern Connecticut State University on Friday, May 21, at 2 p.m.
Sydney Goldman and Haley Nash will be eligible for All-America honors as first-team selections, while Melissa Rothenberg landed on the second team and Alex Cohen on the third team.
The Judges had three repeat honorees, plus two newcomers to the All-UAA squad.
The Judges rallied for a 4-1 win in the opener, but the Jumbos spoiled the bid at a 14-0 season in the second game. Jolie Fujita had the big hit in the win with a three-run triple.