MUHLENBERG FOOTBALL CAMPS | Assistant Coach Trey Brown


Trey Brown returned to Muhlenberg for his second stint as an assistant coach in 2019.

Brown previously was with the Mules as quarterbacks and receivers coach and special teams coordinator from 2010 to 2013. During that time, they went 30-13 and improved their scoring offense from 12.20 points per game in the season before Brown arrived to 34.27 in his final campaign.

Muhlenberg made the postseason in three of Brown's four years, including an NCAA Tournament berth after sharing the Centennial Conference championship in 2010. One of the quarterbacks he coached was only the third in CC history to throw for 5,000 yards and rush for 1,200, and another was the 2013 CC rookie of the year and went on to become the program's all-time passing leader.

After leaving Muhlenberg, Brown spent four years as head coach at Wilkes University, where he coached the second-most prolific passer in program history. In 2018, he was an offensive assistant at Lehigh University.

A 1993 graduate of the University of Colorado, Brown began his coaching career at Stanford University, where he assisted on the team that played in the 2000 Rose Bowl. Brown also spent five seasons as an assistant at the University of Pennsylvania, coaching two Ivy League championship teams and an offense that averaged more than 40 points per game.

From 2006 to 2009, Brown was offensive coordinator at Lehigh, helping the Mountain Hawks to the 2006 Patriot League title.