Adam Batista joined the Brandeis men's soccer coaching staff in early 2017. In his first season on the Judges' sidelines, he helped Brandeis post a 17-5 record and reach their second-straight NCAA Division III Tournament Final Four.
Batista came to Brandeis after two years at Wheaton College, where he helped the Lyons reach the NEWMAC championship game in 2016. At Wheaton, he was an assistant under legendary coach Matt Cushing.
Prior to that, he spent the 2014 season as the assistant coach for the women’s soccer team at the University of Vermont. A 2014 graduate of Middlebury College, Batista was a three-year starter for the Panthers and a captain in 2013. He won the NESCAC Championship and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in 2010.
Batista spent the previous two years as a Director of Coaching for LFC International Academy of Massachusetts. He also received an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and NSCAA Goalkeeper Level 1 Diploma.
Presently, he coaches for FC Boston Bolts.
Batista earned a master’s degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration at Concordia University Irvine.