A UAA epee champion and NCAA qualifier, Steve Most '94 now teaches psychology halfway around the world at the University of New South Wales in Australia.
All the latest information regarding COVID-19 and the Brandeis Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation.
All season long, the Class of 2021 Winter Seniors have been in our Student Spotlights. If you've missed them, here's the collection!
As a sophomore All-American, Jennie Salmon helped lead the Owls to the NCAA women's fencing title, the only one in program history.
Thanks to several matching donations and many generous contributions from supporters, the Brandeis Athletic department had an unprecedented Giving DEISDay on December 1, with current donation totals expected to exceed $100,000 from more than 600 donors, once final numbers are counted and pledged gifts are received.
The Judges' third-year assistant was recognized by USA Fencing as one of six recipients of the 2020-21 season’s first group to receive the Spirit of Sport Recognition Program, recognizing members of the fencing community who have exemplified outstanding dedication to the sport and are an inspiration to others.
Brandeis student-athletes are participating in the NCAA's Diversity and Inclusion Week social media campaign. View all the posts here.
Four legendary coaches will join the Hall of Fame when we gather for our next Homecoming celebration!
Due to the continued prevalence of the coronavirus, as well as rising infection rates both regionally and nationally, Brandeis Athletics has decided that the university’s winter teams will not compete in intercollegiate athletics this season.
We can't get together in person, but that won't stop us from meeting up with teammates and friends!
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