Brian Meehan

Brian Meehan is an accomplished NCAA coach. He has more than 30 years experience running high quality camps. As the former head coach at Salem State College, Coach Meehan was the director of the well-known Salem State Basketball School – a camp that accommodated hundreds of young athletes. Currently, he is a partner in the All-Academic Camp hosted at Brandeis University each summer. The All-Academic Camp is one of the top academic camps in the country.

Over the past 12 years Coach Meehan has worked as the head coach of the men’s basketball team at Brandeis University where he has transformed the program into a perennial powerhouse. After three years at Brandeis, Coach Meehan took the program to four straight NCAA tournament appearances advancing to the Elite 8 in 2008 and 2010, and advancing to the second round in 2007 and 2009. Prior to Brandeis, Meehan was the head coach at Salem State College where he had one of the most successful programs in the country. During his seven-year head-coaching span at Salem, Meehan had an overall record of 160 wins and 39 losses. The program advanced to the NCAA tournament 6 times and reached the Final Four in 2000.

Coach Meehan is a member of the New England Basketball Hall of Fame and the Salem State University Hall of Fame. He has been a lecturer at elite camps and speaking events. He has mentored and coached numerous All-American athletes along with NBA and college coaches. Coach Meehan is a teacher of life and a developer of character. A 1986 graduate of Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, Meehan resides in Quincy, Massachusetts with his wife Kris and two sons – Nathaniel (20) who is a current member of the Brandeis basketball team, and Jake (18) who is a three-sport athlete and football team captain at Archbishop Williams High School.

Dan Holbrook

Dan Holbrook has been coaching for eight years. He spent two years as an assistant under legendary high school coach Bob Farias at Lexington High School in Lexington, Massachusetts. In 2011 Holbrook joined famed NCAA Coach Rollie Massimino’s staff at Northwood University in West Palm Beach, Florida where he worked as an assistant basketball coach while also serving as an adjunct professor of finance and economics at the University for four years. Holbrook is currently in his second year as an assistant coach at Brandeis University under coach Brian Meehan.

Holbrook has been working with kids for over 15 years. He was first employed with the LABBB Collaborative program for seven years as a teacher’s assistant, where he mentored and taught students who were mentally and physically disabled. In addition, Holbrook has been involved over the years at camps at places such as Brown University, Harvard University, Northwood University, All-Academic Camp, Bob Farias Camp, and the Converse Open Gym program.

Dan Holbrook is a 2008 graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth where he was a standout basketball player and team captain. During his senior year, Holbrook’s team started the season 20-0 and was ranked as high as number 2 in the division III national poll. The UMD Corsairs won the Little East regular season title and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament. For his efforts Holbrook was named to the D3hoops and NABC All-American Team. After graduating from UMD, Holbrook worked in wealth management and received a dual MBA degree from Bentley University where he majored in Finance and Economics and Financial Markets.