Brandeis Judges

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Brandeis Judges is the name given to intercollegiate sports teams of Brandeis University.wikipedia
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They compete in the NCAA's Division III in the University Athletic Association conference.

NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship

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The men's soccer team won the 1976 NCAA Division III National Championship and has reached the NCAA Division III Tournament 15 times.

Bob Brannum

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Chris Ford (2001–03) was the third former Boston Celtics player to become head coach at Brandeis, following Bob Brannum (1970–86) and K.C. Jones (1967–70).

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Brandeis Judges is the name given to intercollegiate sports teams of Brandeis University.

Benny Friedman

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Benny Friedman, who was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005, served as Athletic Director from 1949 to 1963 and as head football coach from 1951 to 1960, when the football team was disbanded due to high costs.

Pete Varney

Former head coach Pete Varney, who played Major League Baseball for the Chicago White Sox and Atlanta Braves, retired after 34 years of coaching.
In 34 years as head coach of the Brandeis Judges he compiled a win-loss record of 705–528 (with six ties), and became the winningest Brandeis coach in any varsity sport.

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The team colors are blue and white, and their mascot is Ollie the Owl.

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Benny Friedman, who was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005, served as Athletic Director from 1949 to 1963 and as head football coach from 1951 to 1960, when the football team was disbanded due to high costs.

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Benny Friedman, who was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005, served as Athletic Director from 1949 to 1963 and as head football coach from 1951 to 1960, when the football team was disbanded due to high costs.

Bud Collins

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Bud Collins coached the men's tennis team from 1959 to 1963.

Chris Ford

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Chris Ford (2001–03) was the third former Boston Celtics player to become head coach at Brandeis, following Bob Brannum (1970–86) and K.C. Jones (1967–70).

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Chris Ford (2001–03) was the third former Boston Celtics player to become head coach at Brandeis, following Bob Brannum (1970–86) and K.C. Jones (1967–70). The basketball and volleyball teams play in Red Auerbach Arena, named after the legendary Boston Celtics coach.

Red Auerbach

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The basketball and volleyball teams play in Red Auerbach Arena, named after the legendary Boston Celtics coach.

Basketball

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Fencing

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Brandeis consistently sends several fencers to the NCAA National Championships.

Major League Baseball

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Former head coach Pete Varney, who played Major League Baseball for the Chicago White Sox and Atlanta Braves, retired after 34 years of coaching.