Bri Brown is currently the S&C coach for the University of Pittsburgh’s women’s basketball team. Prior to joining the Panthers, she served as the Director of High Performance for the Racing Louisville FC of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). While in Louisville, Brown was responsible for implementing and developing all aspects of individual player and team strength, conditioning, mobility, readiness, and recovery sessions, and she oversaw all aspects of team nutrition.
Brown spent three seasons as the Director of Women’s Soccer and Basketball Sports Performance at the University of Houston before making the move to professional soccer in 2021. While a member of the Cougars staff, she was responsible for implementing all aspects of strength, conditioning, and recovery for the women’s basketball and soccer teams. She also oversaw all aspects of professional development and education for the basketball sports performance staff.
Before Houston, Brown spent a season and a half as a graduate assistant at Utah State, where she was responsible for all aspects of strength and conditioning for women’s volleyball, women’s soccer, and women’s gymnastics. She also assisted with men’s and women’s basketball and football during her time in Logan.
Brown is currently certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). She also holds other certifications such as FRC Mobility Specialist, Functional Range Assessment certified, and Metabolic Analytics Practitioner.