Pam Brown enters her third year as Director of Basketball Operations for the Marquette women’s basketball program. In this role she is responsible for managing the scheduling and equipment for the program, oversees the video coordinator and is the scouting coordinator. She also serves as statistical analyst for Marquette and oversees the managers and practice players. Brown also serves as the Marquette Women’s Basketball Camp Director.
Brown spent four seasons as the assistant coach for the Stetson women’s basketball program and worked primarily with the post players. Stetson posted its fifth straight 20-win season in 2014-15, compiling a 23-8 record overall. The Hatters won 11 non-conference games for the time ever, and the 23 wins overall tied for the third-winningest season in school history. Three Hatters were named First-Team All-Conference for the second year in a row, including the league's Defensive Player of the Year, Amber Porter.
Under Brown's tutelage, Porter earned Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year honors, First Team All-Conference honors, and Collegeinsider.com Mid-Major Freshman of the Year in 2013-14.
The Coppell, Texas, native enjoyed a four-year career with the Charlotte 49ers basketball team where she was a two-year starter and an All-Atlantic 10 performer. Averaging better than 10 points per game in all four seasons, Brown finished her career with 1443 points, 627 rebounds, and 114 assists.
Brown was named to the first team All-Atlantic 10 squad as a senior following a season in which she averaged 12.9 points and 5.7 rebounds while shooting 50 percent from the floor. During her tenure at Charlotte she helped guide the 49ers to two league titles and an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2003. The program also made three straight WNIT appearances from 2004-06.
A member of the Dean’s List, Brown graduated from Charlotte in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics.
In 2006-07, Brown played for the Celeritudo Tigers in Groningen, Holland, where she averaged 17.1 points and 11.0 rebounds per game. She shot 56 percent from the field, ranked third in the league in blocks, and was named to the league’s All-Star Team.
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