Rob Brown

Director of Soccer Operations

Rob Brown enters his fourth season as director of soccer operations for the Saint Joseph’s men’s soccer program in 2014.

In 2013, Brown helped the Hawks to their first Atlantic 10 postseason appearance since 1994. Saint Joseph’s held a scoreless tie with George Mason before the Patriots advanced on penalty kicks. With the draw, the Hawks concluded their season with a 5-8-6 overall record, marking the first time since 2007 that the men’s soccer program had notched more than two league wins in one season.

Brown has worked as the webmaster and news media coordinator for the Rockford Rampage in addition to the sales department of the Philadelphia KiXX, both of the MISL.

In addition to his duties at Saint Joseph’s, Brown is the Conference Services Manager at the Union League of Philadelphia. Brown is responsible conducting pre-event meetings with clients and pertinent departments to confirm all relevant details are communicated. Brown plans and executes a productive shift in all areas of responsibility including room setup and breakdown.

Active in youth soccer, Brown coached the FC Bucks and guided the FC Bucks United U-12 boys’ team to the bronze medal at the 2006 USFF National Championships, among many other tournament championships, as well as an EPYSA State Cup Finals appearance.

Brown worked as an assistant coach with the boys’ varsity team at William Tennent High School. Brown also coached the men’s and women’s soccer teams at Arcadia University and with the girls’ team at Council Rock South High School, helping the squad to numerous state, district and league titles.

Brown earned an associate’s degree in sport management and a bachelor’s degree in business management from Strayer University in 2009. He currently resides in Philadelphia with his wife, Tina, and their two children – Max and Julianne.