Seth Brown
Seth Brown
Title: Head Women's Soccer Coach
Phone: 207.326.2484
Year: Seventh Season
Previous College: Maine Maritime '98

Coach Brown at a Glance

  • Won his 100th career win in the game vs. Gordon College on October 10, 2016
  • Led the Mariners to the school's first-ever women's non-conference postseason victory
  • Former Head Men's Soccer coach at Husson University
  • Won NAC Championship at Husson in 2009
  • Led team to NAC Playoffs in first season at MMA
  • Coached 19 All-NAC selections
  • Coached three NAC Defensive Players of the Year
  • Coached two NAC Players of the Year
  • Coached one NAC Rookie of the Year
  • Coached one ECAC Defensive Player of the Year
  • Coached one NSCAA Division III Women's All-New England Team selection

Meet Coach Brown

Seth Brown will enter his seventh season at the helm of the women's soccer program at Maine Maritime, after leading the team to most successful season in program history (11-4) and fourth-straight NAC Tournament.

Brown '98 joined Maine Maritime Academy's staff in the summer of 2013. A Searsport native, Brown spent the past three years as the Managing Director of Seacoast United. Prior to that, Brown coached the men's soccer team at Husson University from 2006-2010. He compiled a 43-30-7 record, 24-4-4 NAC at Husson, winning two regular season titles and the conference tournament championship and NCAA berth in 2009. Brown also coached women's soccer at Rocky Mountain College in Montana and at University of Mary in North Dakota. Brown also serves as the department's Student-Athlete Affairs Coordinator, providing support services in order to ensure academic success and personal development for Maine Maritime's students.

"The opportunity to return to MMA and be a part of a growing and committed athletic department is an honor," Brown said. " I look forward to helping each player accomplish their academic and soccer goals." 

Coach Brown Year-by-Year

Year      W     L        T
2018 11 4 1
2017 7 11 0
2016 10 7 2
2015 10 8 1
2014 6 10 0
2013 3 11 2