- 2022 ITA National Assistant Coach of the Year
- 2021 & 2022 ITA Atlantic Region Assistant Coach of the Year
Scott Brown returned to Virginia in August of 2017 as the men’s tennis assistant coach and was promoted to associate head coach in July of 2019.
Brown has been an integral part of the Cavaliers success, helping to lead the Cavaliers to winning the 2022 NCAA Championship and back-to-back ACC titles. The 2022 ITA National Assistant Coach of the Year was voted the ITA Atlantic Region Assistant Coach of the Year in 2021 and repeated the honor in 2022.
Brown works closely with the players in the program and has mentored student-athletes to two ACC Player of the Year honors, one ACC Freshman of the Year and 13t All-Conference honors with Chris Rodesch, Iñaki Montes and Carl Söderlund all being named All-Americans.
Brown previously served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Cavaliers from 2010-15, working alongside then-assistant coach Pedroso in four of his five seasons in Charlottesville. During Brown’s previous stint at UVA, the Cavaliers won five ACC championships, two NCAA championships (2013 and 2015) and two ITA National Team Indoor titles (2011 and 2013). Also under Brown’s tutelage, Ryan Shane won the 2015 NCAA singles title and Jarmere Jenkins and Mac Styslinger won the 2013 NCAA doubles championship.
After leaving Virginia following the 2015 season, Brown served as the senior high-performance coach at the Junior Tennis Champions Center in College Park, Md., where he has been responsible for coaching and mentoring up-and-coming male tennis players at the national and international junior level. He also served as UVA then-senior Ryan Shane’s personal coach at the 2015 U.S. Open.
A 2005 graduate of Vanderbilt, Brown helped the Commodores to the NCAA Tournament final and the SEC championship in 2003. He was a four-time All-SEC selection and still holds the Vanderbilt records for career doubles wins (87) and is second in combined wins (176). He was ranked as high as No. 17 nationally in singles and No. 4 nationally in doubles during his collegiate career. During his junior career, Brown was ranked No. 1 nationally in doubles in the USTA Boys 18 rankings and in the top 10 nationally in singles.
Brown and his wife, Kate, have two daughters, Samantha and Iris.