Morgan Collins '25 is studying abroad in the rain forests of Costa Rica during the summer before her junior year on the women's soccer team. Learn more about Morgan, who will be chronicling her days in Central America.
This summer, our spotlight series talks to alumni who have followed our 2022 Hall of Fame inductees into the coaching profession to find out what lessons they have learned and carried through their careers. Today, Ben Applefied '14, now the U-12 soccer coach for Inter Miami.
This summer, our spotlight series talks to alumni who have followed our 2022 Hall of Fame inductees into the coaching profession to find out what lessons they have learned and carried through their careers. Up first, Bryan Haley '99, current head baseball coach at Endicott.
Sarita Biswas '16 is a second-generation Brandeis tennis player, following her father Sera '84's footsteps. She graduated with honors and BS and MS degrees in Biology, working in pharmaceuticals and health care consulting since graduation.
Kenny Graves '08 was a captain of one of the most successful Judges' teams of the last two decades. After becoming Brandeis's career leader in assists, he worked in the NBA as an assistant coach with the Boston Celtics until last year.
Marty Zelnik came to Brandeis because of a basketball upset and made the most of his time on campus, lettering in five different sports in his athletic career before moving on to become a successful architect.
Nikki Cote '15 was presented with the Sid Goldfader Award of Valor as a senior. She grew up partially deaf, but it didn't stop her on the softball field, where she was named MVP of the ECAC tournament as senior. Since 2019, she has been a physician assistant at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut.
Captain of the 2000-01 Judges, Marsha Williams is the co-founder of Kairos PDX, a non-profit in Portland, Oregon, focused on closing racial achievement and opportunity gaps for systematically marginalized children.