Isaac Brown

Head Men’s Basketball Coach
Wichita State University

Experience

2020 – Present: Head Coach, Wichita State University

2014 – 2020: Assistant Coach, Wichita State University

2011 – 2014: Assistant Coach, Louisiana Tech University

2010 – 2011: Associate Head Coach, Arkansas State University

2007 – 2010: Assistant Coach, University of Arkansas

2002 – 2007: Assistant Coach, University of South Alabama

2000 – 2002: Assistant Coach, Okaloosa-Walton CC (FL)

1999 – 2000: Assistant Coach, Pascagoula HS (MS)

1997 – 1999: Assistant Coach, Pearl River CC (MS)

1992 – 1993: Player, University of Louisiana-Monroe

1990– 1991: Player, Texas A&M University

Education

1995: University of Louisiana-Monroe, Bachelors, Health and Physical Education

Personal

Hometown: Pascagoula, MS

Career Highlights

Career Division I Record
31-19 (.620)

Winning Seasons (2)
2021-22, 2020-21

Power Five Wins (3)
Big 12, SEC

Conference Coach of the Year (1)
2020-21 AAC

Conference Championships (1)
2020-21 AAC

NCAA Tournament Berths (1)
2020-21

Selected to participate in the 2019 TopConnect program and was named one of the top assistant coaches in the American Athletic Conference in 2020 (Jeff Goodman – Stadium)

The 2020-21 AAC Coach of the Year, led Wichita State to the program’s first AAC Regular Season Championship in program history

In 2020-21 (first season), led Wichita State to a 16-6 overall and 11-2 AAC record, as well as an NCAA Tournament berth after the program was selected 7th (out of 11) in the AAC pre-season poll

As Wichita State’s Head Coach, coached four AAC All-Conference selections, as well as one Player of the Year and one Defensive Player of the Year

As a Division I Assistant Coach (under Gregg Marshall, Mike White, John Brady, John Pelphrey), helped lead five different programs to a combined total of 11 20+ win seasons, eight conference regular season/division championships, two conference tournament championships, and 10 post-season berths (six NCAA Tournaments)

Assisted Wichita State to two 30+ win seasons, six 22+ win seasons, three MVC Regular Season Championships, one MVC Tournament Championship, and four NCAA Tournament berths (one Sweet 16)

From 2011 to 2014, helped lead Louisiana Tech to a 74-31 (.705) overall record, two 27+ win seasons, two conference regular season championships (one Conference USA & one WAC), and two post-season berths

In 2007-08, assisted Arkansas to 23 wins and an NCAA Tournament berth

From 2002 to 2007, helped lead South Alabama to two 20+ win seasons, one Sun Belt Regular Season Championships, two Sun Belt Division Championships, one Sun Belt Tournament Championship, and two post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament)

As a student-athlete at Louisiana-Monroe, helped lead the program to the 1992-93 Southland Conference Regular Season Championship, Southland Conference Tournament Championship, and NCAA Tournament

News & Media

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