Milan Brown

Milan Brown (born January 1, 1971)

Current position: Associate head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Pittsburgh Panthers (Head coach: Jeff Capel III)
Current conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Teams coached: Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers, Holy Cross Crusaders
Mount St. Mary’s record: 95-120 (.442)
Holy Cross record: 69-83 (.454)
Overall record: 164-203 (.447)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  1  (2008)
  • NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • CIT Appearances:  2  (2009, 2014)
  • NEC Tournament Champion:  1  (2008)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2021-present Pittsburgh (assoc. HC)
2018-2021 Pittsburgh (asst)
2015-2018 College of Charleston (asst)
2010-2015 Holy Cross
2003-2010 Mount St. Mary’s
2002-2003 Mount St. Mary’s (asst)
2000-2002 William & Mary (asst)
1997-2000 Mount St. Mary’s (asst)
1995-1997 Old Dominion (asst)

Milan Brown Facts

  • Milan Brown
  • Born January 1, 1971
  • Hometown: Hampton, Virginia
  • Alma Mater: Howard University (BA, 1993)
  • Played at Howard under head coaches A. B. Williamson and Butch Beard; was part of the 1992 NCAA Tournament team
    • Was All-MEAC as a player and in 2005 had his jersey retired by the program
  • Started his coaching career at Old Dominion, spending two seasons as an assistant there under Jeff Capel II
  • Joined Hall of Fame coach Jim Phelan‘s staff at Mount St. Mary’s in 1997 for his first stint of three seasons as an assistant there
  • Left in 2000 to spend two seasons as Rick Boyages’ assistant at William & Mary before returning to Phelan and Mount St. Mary’s in 2002
    • When Phelan retired in 2003, Brown was named his successor and led the Mountaineers for the next seven seasons
    • Went 95-120 overall, finishing with three-straight winning seasons that included a NCAA bid and NEC Tournament crown in 2008
  • Hired by Holy Cross in 2010, serving as the Crusaders’ head coach for five seasons
    • Was 69-85 during that time before he was fired in 2015; went to the CIT in 2014 but finished below .500 three times
  • Joined Earl Grant‘s staff at Charleston in 2015, was part of the Cougars’ 2017 NIT and 2018 NCAA appearances
  • Hired by Jeff Capel III in 2018 to be an assistant coach at Pittsburgh in the ACC; elevated to associate head coach in 2021
  • Along with his wife, Tina, has two daughters

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