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Jeff Brown (basketball)

Jeff Brown is a retired American basketball player. He was West Coast Conference Player of the Year as a senior at Gonzaga University and played four years of professional basketball, including a season in Australia's National Basketball League.

Brown, a 6'9 forward, came to Gonzaga from nearby Mead Senior High School in Spokane, Washington. He played for the Zags from 1991 to 1994 and was a three-time first team All-West Coast Conference (WCC) pick and the 1994 conference player of the year. Nationally, Brown was twice named a first team Academic All-American and was selected as the GTE men's basketball Academic All-America Team Member of the Year in 1994. For his career, Brown scored 1,646 points.[1]

Following his college career, Brown played basketball professionally in Spain, Argentina, Belgium and Australia (Adelaide 36ers). In 1998, Brown left basketball for a career in the IT industry. He was inducted into the WCC Hall of Honor in 2010.[2]

References

  1. ^ 2009-10 Gonzaga men's basketball media guide, accessed September 11, 2011
  2. ^ Au Contraire! Brown Joins WCC Hall of Honor, though ‘I Wasn’t Very Good’, accessed September 11, 2011
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