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Topic - Keith Brown
Lewis most recently was an assistant coach and scout for the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks, a team he left in May. He previously was a head coach or assistant with three other WNBA teams and spent 14 years as George Mason's coach.
Brown, the Hoyas' coach for one season, resigned after an investigation into unprofessional conduct and inappropriate language as alleged by some of his players.
Georgetown women's 2012-13 preview.
Before Keith Brown was coach Brown of the Georgetown women's basketball program, he was Mr. Brown, a sixth-grade teacher in Prince George's County.
As top assistant for recently departed Georgetown women's basketball coach Terri Williams-Flournoy, Keith Brown had to wear a lot of hats. He led the program's recruiting efforts, handled the team's scheduling and did his fair share of coaching on the court.
Terri Williams-Flournoy was five seasons into rebuilding the Georgetown women's basketball program. The Hoyas were 17-13, about to earn a spot in the 2009 WNIT. They were improving.
His voice barely audible, the patriarch of the acclaimed 5 Browns classical music group said "guilty" to each charge of sexually abusing his three daughters when they were children.
A man accused of dousing his 10-year-old son with a harmful chemical and loading his dead daughter in the back of his exterminator truck was held Thursday on $1 million bond and ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation.
The distraught father of The 5 Browns musical group pleaded guilty Thursday to sexually abusing his daughters when they were children in a deal that will send him to prison for at least 10 years.
A family of classical musicians that won widespread acclaim and appeared on some of the nation's top talk shows has been rocked by dual tragedies _ their parents were hurt in a horrific crash that came after their father was accused of sexually abusing his three daughters in the group.
The patriarch of a prominent family musical group has been charged with sexually abusing his three daughters in a stunning revelation that was followed four days later by the father careening his Porsche off a 300-foot enbankment into an icy stream.
"Everybody takes responsibility for Ta'Shauna 'Sugar' Rodgers," first-year Hoyas coach Keith Brown said. "When you talk to her instructors, you talk to the administration, everybody has a chapter in the book."
"When you have seven seniors, I could look at them and they knew what I was thinking and what I was saying," Brown said. "When you're dealing with this amount of kids that haven't really played, you have to be patient and teach them. It's still a learning process, and you can't forget that as a coach."