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Dec 5, 2014
no scores at WPI Invitational
Day 1
Dec 6, 2014
8th pl, 321 pts at WPI Invitational
Day 2
Trials/Finals
Dec 7, 2014
10th pl, 582 pts at WPI Invitational
Final
Trials/Finals
No events today
November 9, 2014 Women's swimming posts first win under Kotch at WPI Invitational With a 157-102 win over Babson, BUSDT 2.0 reached another milestone, the first win by the women's program since 2009.
October 25, 2014 Distance swimmers lead way at Rochester Invitational Joanna Murphy was second in the mile freestyle, while Max Fabian and Zach Diamond were fourth and fifth in the event.
October 18, 2014 Murphy wins twice in season opener for women's swimming Joanna Murphy won the 200 and 500 free, while rookie Erin Gawronski took the 200 IM in her collegiate debut, but it wasn't enough as Wheaton defeated the Judges, 191-94.
September 11, 2014 Be Bold, Be Bald Fundraiser comes to Brandeis Thanks to the work of Max Berner '16 and James Machado '16, the Brandeis Athletics community is hoping to come together to raise money for cancer research with a unique campaign.
September 3, 2014 Introducing We The Jury The new program that rewards Brandeis students for their support of the Judges!
July 8, 2014 Checking in with the Judges: Edan Zitelny '17 The Gosman Center will be quiet until Aug. 16, but Brandeis student-athletes are finding several ways to keep themselves engaged over the summer. Sophomore Edan Zitelny of Syosset, N.Y., a member of the men’s swimming and diving team, is in Chicago doing cancer research.
Mike Kotch Mike Kotch Head Coach 781-736-2589

On July 11, 2011, Mike Kotch succeeded Jim Zotz as head coach of the Brandeis men's and women's swimming and diving teams, coming to Brandeis from nearby Regis College, where he served as head coach of swimming and diving since 2008. Under Kotch's leadership, the Brandeis program was reinstated for the 2012-13 season, after mechanical problems with the Linsey Pool had forced the teams' suspension for two years.

In two seasons, Kotch has begun to build one of the strongest teams in the Northeast. Under his leadership, the men's and women's teams have each set three new school records. In one of the top swimming conferences in the country, the Judges have had several top-eight UAA finishes, as well as three NCAA 'B' Cuts. The women's team has been named Collegiate Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-Americans each of the past three semesters, while the men have earned it each of the last two. The award is given to teams that earn at least a 3.0 GPA in the classroom.

Kotch developed 19 school-record holders and built the Regis men's program up from two swimmers in three years as head coach of the Pride. Kotch was Regis's staff liaison to their Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and served on the College's Judicial Board. He also served as treasurer for the New England Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving Association (NEISDA). 

Kotch holds two degrees from Bentley, receiving his B.S. in Accountancy in 1998 and his M.B.A. in 2004. He served as the Falcons' assistant coach from 2002 to 2008, leading recruiting efforts, including two Division II All-Americans, and helping the team win 11 NEISDA championships between the men's and women's squads.

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