The role of Orthodox Jewish women today will highlight an April 18 discussion sponsored by Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women. The lecture, “Breaking New Ground: Orthodox Women in the 21st Century,” will take place at 8 pm at YU’s Geraldine Schottenstein Cultural Center, 239-241 East 34th Street in Manhattan.
Valley Torah (1-1 Sarachek) very nearly pulled off an enormous upset, taking Hyman Brand (2-0 Sarachek) into overtime before the Rams were finally able to secure a win.
MTA built a comfortable lead over Hebrew Academy of Miami – too comfortable, perhaps – before having to hang on for a 61-54 win at the Max Stern Athletic Center.
TABC will make an unlikely appearance at the Tier-I semifinal on Sunday vs. Hyman Brand, after they knocked off second-seeded Ramaz, 50-49, in double-overtime.
YULA made routine work of a much improved Rambam (Baltimore), winning 57-44 to advance to the Tier-I semifinals.
Top ranked Ida Crown (1-1 Sarachek) knocked off eighth seeded Beren (0-2 Sarachek) 54-29 in the second game at Torah Academy of Bergen County.
Toronto Ohr Chaim was re-seeded to the #6 seed in the second tier, and promptly showed that they weren’t bumped up enough. Toronto upset #3 Hillel (Miami) 43-23 in the 8 AM game at the Max Stern Athletic Center.