We would like to give a warm JCC welcome to Theodora "Tammy" Brown as she will be joining the Jaguar family as the new Head Women's Basketball Coach.
She is a true professional with a successful history of excellence on and off the court, Tammy Brown hails from Annapolis, Maryland. She has earned a MA degree in Political Science (2001), BS degree in Criminal Justice (1998) both from Fayetteville State University and an AA degree in General Studies with a concentration in Law Enforcement (1993) from Anne Arundel Community College. An avid sports fan she enjoys attending and watching the Washington Redskins games, Los Angeles Lakers and the Baltimore Orioles. Tammy also enjoys reading, traveling, camping and spending time with her family and friends.
Former Head Women's Basketball Coach at US Army Fort Hood, Texas from June 2015-Jan 2016 she re-established the women's basketball program from the ground up after a 14 year hiatus due to The War on Terror. The Lady Warriors participated in Region 14 Southwest Junior College Conference, Region 5 Metro Athletic Conference, North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference and Western Junior College Athletic Conference compiling a 15-5 overall record. Tammy was also the Graduate Assistant/Strength and Conditioning Coach, Women's Basketball, Fayetteville State University from August 1999-May 2001. During her time as the strength and conditioning coach the Lady Broncos won the CIAA tournament. In preparation for the girls' basketball season, Tammy was also the Cross Country Coach at E.E. Smith High School from August 1999- June 2001.
Tammy led Broadneck Senior High school to back to back AAAA State Titles in 1989 and 1990. Tammy is the only player male or female to score over 1,000 points at Broadneck. She was named All-County, All-State, All-Metro, USA Today All-American Honorable Mention (Street and Smith Magazine), and was the Anne Arundel County Player of the year in 1990. During Tammy's tenure Broadneck High School was ranked 4th in the nation.
The most prolific scorer in the history of Fayetteville State University men or women's basketball program, she is a 1999 CIAA (Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) Hall of Famer inductee. A standout guard for the Lady Broncos from 1996 to 1998 Tammy's accolades includes the 25th Anniversary CIAA Team; 1 of the 25 greatest players ever in the history of the CIAA. All CIAA 1st Team 1996 thru 1998. Nationally ranked 5th in Division II scoring with an average of 23.4 points per game, 1996. Finally led the Division II Junior Colleges in scoring with a 35.5 point average in 1992.
Tammy was also a standout athlete with the United States Military Sports earning a Gold Medal with All-Army, 1996, 1st team All-Army, 1996, Silver Medal winner with All-Air Force, 2002, 1st Team All-Air Force, 2002 and 1st Team All-Armed Forces, 1996 and 2002. A dedicated United States Army and Air Force veteran with over 16 years of honorable service. A two time Combat Veteran, her awards and decorations include Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Ribbon, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Ribbon, Korean Defense Service