Cliff Brown continues to build one of the strongest collegiate soccer programs in the country.
Brown's recent successes include taking his 1996 men's soccer team to the program's first NAIA National Tournament and returning again in 1999 and 2000, as Great Plains Region champions. The success of the men's team has earned him coach of the year honors from the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference and the Great Plains Region.
He coached the men's team to a District 10 championship in 1988. In 1994, he was named men's soccer conference coach of the year.
Brown completed his 14th year as head men's soccer coach at Newman University with the close of the fall 2001 season. His career record as a collegiate coach stands at 167-141-10, all with the Jets.
Before arriving at Newman University, Brown had a successful professional career as a goalkeeper. He began his career in 1978 with the Seattle Sounders. He also played for the Cleveland Force, Tulsa Ambush, Kansas City Comets, Toledo Pride and the Wichita Wings.
Brown earned his bachelor of science degree in business from Newman in 1991.
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Newman's entire coaching staff has professional playing experience. Their combined coaching history ranges from youth to full professional.