A legendary diving coach at the University of Texas from 1976-1994, Brown was named National Diving Coach of the Year three times and was part of 14 national championship and 31 conference championship teams at UT. While in Austin, Brown coached 28 all-Americans, seven individual national champions, 18 national team members, five Olympians and served as a diving coach at the 1988 and 1992 Olympics. After graduating from Dartmouth in 1973, he moved to Dallas to train under TSDHOF honoree Brian Robbins at SMU. Training with two other TSDHOF inductees; Cynthia Potter and Christine Loock, Brown became a national champion. He now serves as the University of Hawaii Diving Coach along with his wife, Anita Rossing a UT All-American and Olympian for Sweeden. In 2008, Brown coached Emma Friesen (daughter of Christine Loock) to the NCAA one meter title.