Britney Brown is in her third season as assistant coach at TCU in 2018-19.
In her second season, Brown helped lead the Frogs to a WNIT Semifinal appearance in 2017-18. That season was arguably the most successful for TCU since joining the Big 12. The Frogs recorded 23 wins, their most since 2007-08, and were ranked in the top 25 for three weeks, their first national ranking since 2010.
Working primarily with TCU's guards, Brown has been instrumental in the growth of TCU's young guard corps. Kianna Ray was named All-Big 12 Honorable Mention as a sophomore in 2017-18 after leading the Frogs in assists and steals while ranking second in blocks.
Brown's influence was also seen in veteran guards such as Jada Butts and Toree Thompson. In her lone season under Brown, Butts averaged 12.2 points and 2.6 assists per game, that after averaging 6.5 points and 1.2 assists in her first three seasons. Thompson, who played two of her three seasons at TCU under Brown, shot 36.7 percent from deep in her TCU career to rank eighth in program history.
Brown arrived at TCU after serving one season as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Nebraska, helping lead the Cornhuskers to the WNIT.
Prior to arriving at Nebraska, Brown spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Tulsa. In her first season at Tulsa in 2011-12, Brown helped the Hurricane to an eight-game improvement in the win column and their best Conference USA finish since 2005-06. A year later, Brown played a key role in helping the Hurricane capture the 2013 Conference USA Tournament title and advance to the NCAA Tournament. Tulsa finished with 17 wins, a four-game improvement over the previous year. The Hurricane returned to the postseason in 2013-14 with an 18-14 record.
Brown went to Tulsa after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at Putnam City West High School.
Brown's high school coaching experience came after spending two seasons as the video coordinator at Oklahoma, while working to complete her master's degree. In her second season on the Oklahoma staff, the Sooners advanced to the 2009 NCAA Women's Final Four and finished with a 32-5 overall record. OU went 22-9 and advanced to the second round of the 2008 NCAA Tournament in Brown's first season on staff.
Brown's coaching career began after a successful playing career in which she played in 129 games with made 59 starts over four years for Oklahoma from 2003-07. Brown was a player on OU teams that won a total of 100 games and captured five Big 12 Conference regular season or tournament championships. Eight of her Oklahoma teammates were either drafted or signed WNBA contracts.
As a starter her junior season, Brown earned All-Big 12 honorable mention accolades as the Sooners went 31-5 and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16. She averaged 7.0 points and 4.3 assists while starting 33 games to help the Sooners to a 16-0 Big 12 mark and three more wins in the Big 12 Tournament.
As a senior in 2006-07, Brown helped the Sooners return to the NCAA Sweet 16. Oklahoma finished with a 28-5 overall record that included a 13-3 Big 12 mark. The Sooners finished 17-13 in Brown's sophomore season (2004-05), after going 24-9 during her freshman campaign (2003-04), when she appeared in 32 games with one start.
A native of Okmulgee, Okla., Brown starred at Norman North High School, where she finished her career as the school's all-time scoring and assists leader.
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