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Ethan Brown

Ethan Brown Ethan Brown begins his sixth season as the head coach of men’s and women’s track and field, while he is in his fifth season as head coach of the men’s cross country team and eighth season directing the women’s cross country team.

Coast Guard’s track and field and cross country teams are beginning to build momentum on the regional and national stage. Since taking over the helm of both cross country teams, the men’s and women’s teams have ranked as high as 15th and 13th respectively in the nation with Gary Ezzo (‘14) earning Regional Honors in 2014 placing 17th at the New England Championships and qualifying for NCAA tournament. On the track and in the field, several athletes have gone on to represent Coast Guard at regional meets in both cross country and track and field, while six have earned all-American honors including four-time all-American in the hurdles, Adam Scalesse.

Prior to becoming head coach at Coast Guard, Brown served as an Assistant Coach for track and field for two years, working primarily with sprinters, jumpers and multi-eventers, helping 32 athletes on to all-region honors and Carl Luxhoj to earn all-American honors three times in the long and triple jump.

Prior to joining the staff at Coast Guard, Brown was an assistant coach for both cross country and track and field at Babson College from 2006 to 2008. While at Babson, Brown helped guide 16 athletes on to NCAA regional qualifiers and 17 track athletes to the ECAC Championships.

Before arriving at Babson, Brown served as an assistant coach for the men’s track and field team at his alma matter, Springfield College from 2003 to 2005. During his time at Springfield, Brown primarily worked with sprinters and jumpers where he coached several athletes to regional honors and six athletes to earn all-American honors in the 400 meters, 4x400, long jump, and high jump.

In college, Brown was a standout at Springfield College where he was a two-time all-New England high jumper. In 2001, he qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships where he finished 12th.

He holds a Master’s of Education in Sports Management from Springfield College and professional certifications including; Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the NSCA and is a USA Track and Field (USATF) Level I and Level II (Jumps) certified coach.

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