Brandeis Judges


Brandeis Judges

Brandeis Judges is the name given to intercollegiate sports teams of Brandeis University. They compete in the NCAA's Division III in the University Athletic Association conference. The team colors are blue and white, and the their mascot is Ollie the Owl, named after the Supreme Court jurist Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

The centerpiece of Brandeis athletics is the Joseph P. and Clara Ford Athletic and Recreation Complex, one of the largest and best-equipped, multipurpose, indoor athletic facilities in the Northeast.

Infobox college athletics
name = Brandeis Judges

university = Brandeis University
conference = UAA | division = Division III
director = Sheryl Sousa
city = Waltham
state = Massachusetts
stateabb = MA
arena = Joseph P. and Clara Ford Athletic Complex
arena2 =
mascot = Ollie the Owl
nickname = Judges
fightsong =
color1 = White
color2 = Blue
hex1 = FFFFFF
hex2 = 0070FF
pageurl = http://my.brandeis.edu/athletics/
pagename =

Men's Athletics

*Baseball
*Basketball
*Cross Country
*Fencing
*Soccer
*Swimming & Diving
*Tennis
*Track & Field (Indoor and Outdoor)

Women's Athletics

*Basketball
*Cross Country
*Fencing
*Soccer
*Softball
*Swimming & Diving
*Tennis
*Track & Field (Indoor and Outdoor)
*Volleyball

ee also

Brandeis University

References

* [http://my.brandeis.edu/athletics// Brandeis University Athletics]


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