Men's Basketball & Women's "B" Soccer Coach
Brown enters his 16th season as the head coach of the men's basketball program at Middlebury. He led the Panthers to six-straight NCAA Tournament appearances (’08-’13) with a combined record of 147-26. In ’10-’11 the Panthers advanced to the NCAA Final Four, setting a new school record with a 28-2 mark. He was named the NESCAC and NABC District Coach of the Year after the record-setting season.
Brown led the team to 24 wins en route to its first NESCAC Championship in '08-'09. The Panthers also made their second consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament as Brown was named the NESCAC and the NABC District Coach of the Year.
He now owns a career record of 257-158 over 16 years at Middlebury, owning a higher winning percentage than any other coach in the program’s history.
A 1982 graduate of the University of Vermont, Brown scored more than 1,000 points and earned induction into the University's Athletic Hall of Fame during his Catamount basketball career. He is 10th on the all-time scoring list (1,336 points), second in steals (170), eighth in assists (428) and eighth in field goals made (526). While playing at UVM, Brown averaged 12.7 points and 4.1 assists per game. As a junior, he was an All-New England Honorable Mention selection, and he was elected co-captain as a senior.
After graduation, Brown spent three years (1982-85) as the top assistant basketball coach at Manhattan College in New York, where he built his reputation as a first-rate recruiter and strategist. Three student-athletes he recruited for Manhattan were named Metro Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Year.
Brown then returned to his alma mater as an assistant coach for nine years (1985-94). At Vermont, his responsibilities included advance scouting, player development, on-the-floor coaching, and game-day preparations. Brown took over the reins of the Bates College program in 1994 as the Bobcats' head coach for three seasons.
He is a recent inductee into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame as well as the Rockland County (N.Y.) Hall of Fame.
Asst. Men's Basketball Coach
Dudley joined the coaching staff in ‘13, after two years of coaching high school basketball as an assistant varsity coach and head middle school coach at the Dwight School in New York City. Dudley also was head coach of a ninth grade team at the Church of the Intercession that participated in AAU Basketball leagues in New York City. Prior to his coaching, Dudley worked for the New Jersey Nets in their sales department.
The Scarsdale, New York native, graduated from Middlebury in ’09, receiving a bachelor of arts degree with a joint major of History and Film & Media Culture. He was a four-year member of the basketball team, starting all 28 games and ranking second on the team in scoring when they won their first NESCAC title in ’09. Dudley also started 10 games in his junior season and averaged 7.2 points per game for a team that made its first NCAA appearance.
His senior year he was named to the All-NESCAC Sportsmanship team and received the John M. McCardell Public Service Award for his inspirational involvement in coaching the Addison County Special Olympics basketball team. Prior to his arrival to Middlebury College, Dudley was a two-time All-League basketball player at Scarsdale High School.