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Brandeis University

18 Sports Listed
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Baseball (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Pete Varney
Men's and Women's Sailing (NCAA)
   Division III, UAA
  Coach: Tom Robinson
Men's Basketball (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Brian Meehan
Men's Cross Country (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: John Evans
Men's Soccer (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Mike Coven
Men's Swimming (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Jim Zotz
Men's Tennis (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Rocky Jarvis
Men's Track, Indoor (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: John Evans
Men's Track, Outdoor (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: John Evans
Women's Basketball (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Carol Simon
Women's Cross Country (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: John Evans
Women's Fencing (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Bill Shipman
Women's Soccer (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Denis Dallamora
Women's Softball (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Mary Sullivan
Women's Swimming (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Jim Zotz
Women's Tennis (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: Rocky Jarvis
Women's Track, Indoor (NCAA)
   Division III, University Athletic Association
  Coach: John Evans
Women's Volleyball (NCAA)
   Division III, UAA
  Coach: Michelle Kim
Relevant quotes pertaining to sports
... I chose Brandeis because of its liberal-left reputation, the absence of fraternities or a football team, its strong programs in the physical sci...Read full comment
... Transportation: The school likes to talk about how they are only "9 miles outside of Boston ...Read full comment
... I also did sports, both varsity and intramurals - great opportunities, even for those who aren't totally a sports-junkie ...Read full comment
... There are no football games, costume runs, bonfires, or fun college traditions of any sort ...Read full comment
... I also did sports, both varsity and intramurals - great opportunities, even for those who aren't totally a sports-junkie ...Read full comment
... There is an awesome club and intramural sports scene on campus that is easy to get involved in ...Read full comment
... There is a strong sense of community not because Brandeis has an amazing sports or frat scene(because they don't), but because of the accepti...Read full comment
... I almost forgot - transportation ...Read full comment
... Transportation to Boston is by shuttle (weekends) or commuter rail (it can be up to two hours between trains), making getting around difficult .....Read full comment
... Hell, we dont even have a football team to add some testosterone to the place ...Read full comment
... Transportation: The school likes to talk about how they are only "9 miles outside of Boston ...Read full comment
... Do not come to Brandeis if your life revolves around college football ...Read full comment
... If you compare with Boston College, which is #33, it's very well known for sports and drinking, to say the least ...Read full comment
... CLUBS/SPORTS: We do not have a strong sports program, so if you would like that, do not go here ...Read full comment
... The sorority girls, the frat boys, the a cappella groups, the orthodox jews, the basketball players, soccer players, etc etc etc ...Read full comment
... I also did sports, both varsity and intramurals - great opportunities, even for those who aren't totally a sports-junkie ...Read full comment
... And transportation from Waltham to Boston is included in your tuition, so you just gotta take the bus ...Read full comment
... Transportation: The school likes to talk about how they are only "9 miles outside of Boston ...Read full comment
... Sports ...Read full comment
... There are no football games, costume runs, bonfires, or fun college traditions of any sort ...Read full comment
... -females: short, not many 'hot' girls'-but keep in mind i'm a girl so i'm not the best judge of these things Weekend Life -although the unive...Read full comment
... Occasionally there will be a good frat/sports party but it is rare to find something big to do on the weekends ...Read full comment
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