Pauri Pandian was named the 2015 Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Men's Assistant Coach of the Year and the Regional Coach of the Year for both the men and women. He will begin his fifth season as Assistant Coach for Brandeis tennis in 2015-2016. During his time at Brandeis, he has helped guide the women's team to a year end national ranking each year, with two All-Americans in Carley Cooke '15 and Faith Broderick '13, and has helped guide the men to numerous All-UAA selections. Cooke finished her career as one of the most decorated athletes in school history with 5 All-America selections in her four years with the Judges.
Prior to joining the Judges, Pauri was a head coach at the high school level at Beaver Country Day School from 2009-2011, where his team had a cumulative record of 34-4. His squad won the Eastern Independent League (EIL) each year, while also winning the New England Prep School Athletic Conference title in 2009. His players were awarded 14 EIL All-Star selections, and Pauri was the 2009 Coach of the Year in the EIL.
Pauri graduated from Wesleyan University in 2008, double majoring in English and Religion. A four year starter and captain his senior year, Pauri played in every spot in the singles and doubles lineup throughout his career.