Bryson claims UAA cross country title; Men’s soccer clinches league

Brandeis women’s cross country and men’s soccer had some notable achievements this past weekend.

Emily Bryson
Emily Bryson '19
Emily Bryson ’19 won the University Athletic Association’s (UAA) women’s cross country championship on Oct. 31, edging a University of Chicago runner down the stretch by 32-hundredths of a second. Bryson and her teammates will next compete in the NCAA New England Regional Championships in Waterford, Conn. on Nov. 14.

The men's soccer team won the UAA championship outright for the first time in the program's history when the Judges defeated the University of Rochester, 2
Men's soccer
-1, on Nov. 1. The Judges' win improves their record to 15-2-1 overall and 5-1 in the UAA, and they earned the 2015's first berth into the NCAA Division III tournament. They finish the regular season on Nov. 7, 1:30 pm, when they host New York University.

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