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Coaching Staff

Mike Brown
Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Mike Brown begins his third season as an assistant women's basketball coach at Missouri S&T.

Brown spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Kilgore Junior College in Kilgore, Texas. During his tenure at Kilgore, Brown helped guide the Lady Rangers to a 37-25 record and an appearance in the Region XIV Tournament Championship game.

Prior to his time at Kilgore, Brown spent five seasons coaching at William Penn College. He was an assistant for two seasons before being promoted to head coach prior to the 2012-13 season. During his tenure as head coach he guided the Statesmen to a 42-47 mark. In his first season he led the team to a 19-10 record, 9-3 in the Midwest Collegiate Conference which was good for second place. It was the program’s best ever finish in league play. He had eight players earn all-conference honors during his tenure and coached the MCC’s Newcomer of the Year in 2013-14.

Brown was the head coach at Upper Iowa from 2008-2010. During his tenure, he coached the school’s first-ever Division II all-conference and all-region players in addition to several academic all-region performers.

Brown, who began his stint at Upper Iowa as an assistant coach in 2005, was also the head coach at Iowa Central Community College from 1999-2005, compiling a 115-78 record. His 1999-2000 squad won the Region XI Tournament crown, played in the national tournament, and finished the season ranked eighth in the country. He was an assistant coach at Iowa Central from 1997-1999.

He has coached five All-Americans, dozens of all-conference performers and numerous academic all-region student-athletes.

Brown also has coaching experience at the prep (head sophomore and assistant varsity coach at Des Moines Roosevelt HS from 1996-1997) and NCAA Division I level (student coach at Drake from 1992-1996).

Brown is a 1996 graduate of Drake with a degree in biology. He received his master's degree in business leadership from William Penn in 2014.