The Judges' previous record for the fall season was 50.
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.
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.
After leading the Judges in kills and services aces, placing in the top 10 in the UAA in both categories, first-year Lara Verstovsek earned her first career postseason accolade.
The Judges' season comes to a close with an 8-20 record.
Despite a career-high nine blocks from Rita Lai and 13 kills and eight digs from Lara Verstovsek, the Judges couldn't overcome the Spartans.
Lara Verstovsek had nine kills and eight digs, both team-highs. The Judges will meet either Case or Chicago in the consolation semifinals.
After honoring the Class of 2022 in a prematch ceremony, the Judges defeated the Pride,
Given a chance to play from the front row, sophomore Ella Pereira delivered 10 kills and just one error in 15 attacks, along with 18 digs, for her first career double-double.
Lara Verstovsek had a match-high 12 kills, but the Polar Bears edged out the Judges in the last two sets (25-17, 25-23, 25-22).
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