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Brown Named Head Men's Basketball Coach at Frostburg State University - Apr 26, 2018


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Frostburg Director of Athletics Troy A. Dell has announced that Sean Brown , Sr. has been selected from a national search as the school's head men's basketball coach, Thursday. Brown is the 14th head coach in the 76-year history of the Bobcat program and he is no stranger to Frostburg as he earned both his bachelors (2003) and masters (2005) degrees from Frostburg and served as an assistant coach from 2002-04 and again from 2007-15. 'It is a great honor and privilege to return home to my alma mater as the next Head Men's Basketball Coach at Frostburg State University,' said Brown. 'My wife, Jennifer, and I have been very impressed with the transformation the Athletics Department has taken under the leadership of Mr. Troy Dell, and we look forward to coming back to a place so near and dear to our hearts.' Brown inherits a Bobcat squad that returns three starters and eight total players from this past year's CAC Tournament team. Junior Edwin Cole, along with sophomores Daniel Alexander and Lawrence Pettis, Jr. all scored over 300 points this past year, while Cole finished fourth in the nation in offensive rebounding (4.27) and 10th in total blocks (68). 'I would like to thank Dr. Ronald Nowaczyk as well as Troy Dell for this great opportunity to lead this program into the next phase for FSU basketball,' added Brown. Prior to returning to his alma mater, Brown has served as head coach at Pitt-Bradford for the last three seasons. Over his first two years at Bradford, Brown coached the Panther women's basketball team to 34 wins, including two spots in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Tournament. The Panthers led the AMCC in scoring both seasons, while in his first season, Brown's team finished in the top-20 in Division III in both scoring and forced turnovers. Last season, Brown took over the reins of the Pitt-Bradford men's program. During his second stint at FSU from '07-15, Brown helped the Bobcats to 115 wins, including back-to-back 17-win campaigns in 2008-09 and 2009-10. In his final season in 2014-15, Brown helped the Bobcats to a 76-67 win over No. 13 ranked Randolph-Macon. Brown served as Frostburg's graduate assistant coach for two seasons from 2002-04 and assisted the Bobcats to 25 wins, including an AMCC Tournament appearance in 2003-04. Brown was a standout student-athlete for the Bobcats men's team from 1997-02. He was a two-time team Captain, held Frostburg's single-season school record for three-point shooting percentage and was a First Team All-AMCC selection as a senior. As a junior, he helped lead Frostburg to the AMCC Tournament Championship and ECAC South Region Runner-Up trophy.
Courtesy of: frostburgsports.com   




Adam Rees
Oxy Comes Up Short in Thriller at Pomona - 6 days ago
The Occidental men's basketball team went toe-to-toe with No. 23 Pomona-Pitzer on the road on Monday, playing some of its best basketball of the season. But despite big plays and shot making from a number of different people, mixed with solid defense, the Tigers fell 70-65 at Voekel Gymnasium. It was a battle of the two teams that were picked to finish No. 1 and No. 2 in the SCIAC Preseason Coaches Poll. There were a number of lead changes late and the shot-making by both teams was impres...   [read more]

Noah Beck
Bair roars again, Men's Basketball streak hits 11 - 13 days ago
Senior Connor Bairscored a game-high 26 points and the host Tommies shot 50 percent from the field with only five turnovers in Monday night's 89-63 win over St. Olaf in MIAC men's basketball play at Schoenecker Arena. No. 16-ranked St. Thomas (11-1 overall, 7-0 MIAC) kept pace atop the standings with conference co-leader and No. 11-ranked St. John's (11-1, 7-0). The Purple have won 11 in a row and moved to 7-0 at home this season. Earlier in the evening, they moved into the national ranki...   [read more]

Damion King
Thomas More Downs Rival Mount St. Joseph, 78-47, in Bridge Shootout - 26 days ago
The Thomas More University men's basketball team defeated across-the-river rival Mount St. Joseph University, 78-47, today (Saturday, December 22, 2018) in the 2018 Bridge Shootout at the Connor Convocation Center in Crestview Hills, Kentucky. The Saints improve to 7-7 and the Lions fall to 3-8. FIRST HALF: Thomas More shot 57.1 percent (16-of-28) from the field in the opening half. The Saints led 37-19 at halftime. TMU out-rebounded MSJ 37-19 in the half. Senior guard Damion King (...   [read more]


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Penn State Harrisburg Completes Gritty Comeback Over Wilson - 1 month ago  
LeTourneau's Nate West is a triple-double threat - 1 month ago  
Pitt-Bradford Pulls Off Double-OT Thriller Against Pitt-Greensburg Saturday - 1 month ago  
Spartans Get Back on Track with 63-50 Win at Adrian - 1 month ago  
Satran Resigns at Connecticut College - 2 months ago  
Bing's Double-Double Leads Penn State Harrisburg to OT Victory - 2 months ago  
Newbury's Omar Williams off to a thundering start - 2 months ago  
Oxy Wins at Caltech in 110 Rivalry - 2 months ago  
Penn State Harrisburg Rolls Gettysburg In Season Opener - 2 months ago  
Michael Scarlett: Impressive debut in Spain - 2 months ago  
High Point Prevails Over Guilford in Men's Basketball Exhibition - 3 months ago  
Seikel Named Assistant Basketball Coach at St. John Fisher College - 3 months ago  
Jim Calhoun returns to coaching, takes over USJ - 3 months ago  
D3 Player of the Year Nate Axelrod starts coaching career - 3 months ago  
Sachs Placed on Leave, McDermott Named Interim Head Coach at Salisbury - 3 months ago  
Mike Freilich named Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at SUNY Oneonta - 4 months ago  
Joey Flannery to serve as graduate assistant at Villanova - 4 months ago  
DJ Woodmore returns to professional basketball - 4 months ago  
Mount Saint Mary College Names Ian Thom Assistant Men's Basketball Coach - 4 months ago  
Jaqhawn Walters signs with Gimnasia de Comodoro - 4 months ago  
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