Isaac Brown

Isaac Brown (born May 7, 1969)

Teams coached: Wichita State Shockers
Wichita State record: 48-34 (.585)
Overall record: 48-34 (.595)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  1  (2021)
  • NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • AAC Regular Season Champion:  1  (2021)


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2020-2023 Wichita State
2014-2020 Wichita State (asst)
2011-2014 Louisiana Tech (asst)
2010-2011 Arkansas State (assoc. HC)
2007-2010 Arkansas (asst)
2002-2007 South Alabama (asst)
2000-2002 Okaloosa-Walton CC (asst)
1997-1999 Pearl River CC (asst)

Isaac Brown Facts

  • Isaac Brown
  • Born May 7, 1969
  • Hometown: Pascagoula, Mississippi
  • Alma Mater: Northeast Louisiana University (BA, 1995)
  • The MS-native started his college career at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (1988-90) before spending one season (1990-91) playing at Texas A&M for head coach Kermit Davis
    • Finished his career at Northeast Louisiana (now UL-Monroe), where he played for longtime head coach Mike Vining
  • Began coaching in 1997, spending two years as an assistant at Pearl River CC (MS) and one at alma mater Pascagoula HS (MS)
  • After two years at Okaloosa-Walton CC in Florida, Brown joined John Pelphrey‘s staff at South Alabama in 2002
    • During Brown’s time there, the Jaguars won two Sun Belt titles and went to the 2006 NCAA Tournament
  • Followed Pelphrey to Arkansas in 2007, working with the Razorbacks for the next three seasons
  • Spent one year as John Brady‘s associate head coach at Arkansas State, then was an assistant under Mike White at Florida for three years
  • Arrived at Wichita State in 2014, spending the next six seasons working as one of Gregg Marshall‘s assistant coaches
    • During that time, the Shockers went to four NCAA Tournaments, one NIT and won four MVC titles
    • Was also on staff when the program transitioned from the MVC to the high-major AAC in 2017
  • In November 2020, Brown was named the interim head coach for the 2020-21 season following Marshall’s resignation

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