Maggie Shealy continued to shine for the women, going 11-2.
As of January 14, immediate community members may attend indoor home contests if they have a green campus passport.
Thanks to many generous contributions from supporters, the Brandeis Athletic department had an unprecedented Giving DEISDay on November 30, with donations exceeding $150,000 from more than 800 donors, with numbers still coming in through the end of 2021.
Maggie Shealy was honored for the fourth time this season, Tony Escueta for the second.
The junior saber star went 15-2 on the day, going undefeated against five of her six opponents.
It's the third award of the season for Maggie Shealy and the first for Tal Kronrod.
On November 21st, more than 120 student-athletes and staff members gathering on the indoor track and tennis courts to help sort clothes for the Newtonville, Massachusetts, based non-profit organization Cradles to Crayons.
The Judges met only Harvard and BC because of logistical issues at the annual tournament.
It's the second weekly honor of the season for Maggie Shealy, fifth of her career, and the first of 2021-22 and second of the career of Josh Shuster.
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