Andrew Brown
New York University
Andrew Brown
Head Coach
amb24@nyu.edu
New York University
Division 3

Andrew Brown has just completed his first season as Head Coach of the New York University womens volleyball team with a record of 22-16. This season saw the Violets finish the year winning the ECAC Championship.  Hired in January 2018, Brown brings a wealth of experience to NYU. Over the previous three seasons, he served as the Womens Head Coach at Union College, where his teams produced a 66-38 record and posted second- and third-place finishes in the Liberty League. During that span, two of his players earned American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Honorable Mention All-America accolades.  Brown also served as the Womens Head Coach at NCAA Division I Saint Peters University from 2012-15, guiding the Peacocks to a top-10 team grade-point average in all of Division I women's volleyball. A 2011 graduate of Ramapo College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication arts, Brown was an outside hitter for the Roadrunners volleyball team for two seasons. As a senior, he finished with 196 kills as Ramapo earned its sixth-straight berth in the North East Collegiate Volleyball Association (NECVA) Conference Tournament and made an appearance in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Metro Championship.   Brown also served as an assistant coach for the men's volleyball team at his alma mater for three seasons (2012-15). He helped guide the squads to three-straight Skyline Conference tournaments and back-to-back finals appearances in 2014 and 2015.   Browns other coaching stints include Head USA Womens Volleyball Coach at the Maccabiah Games in Israel (Summer 2017) and Varsity Boy's and Gir'ls Head Coach at Montclair High School (2010-15).   A native of Montclair, NJ, Brown has also held various positions at numerous volleyball camps. Brown's Year-By-Year Records (at Union College) 2015        29-6            9-3 (Liberty League) 2016        25-11          9-4 2017        12-21          1-6 2018         22-16          2-5 . (UAA) NYU TOTALS  88-54        20-18