Wiley Brown
Wiley Brown

Hometown:
Sylvester, Ga.

Position:
Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach

Experience:
10th year at U of L

Alma Mater:
Louisville '92


Wiley Brown, a starting forward on U of L's 1980 NCAA Championship basketball team, is in his 10th year as a strength and conditioning coordinator for the Cardinals.

Brown works with the strength and conditioning of U of L athletes with primary emphasis on men's basketball.

Brown posted career totals of 699 points, 407 rebounds and 121 assists at U of L, helping the Cards to a combined 101-30 four-year record.

A native of Sylvester, Ga., Brown earned his bachelor's degree from U of L in 1992 in communications, health education and Pan African studies. He was twice named to the U of L honor roll.

Following his collegiate career, Brown played two years with the Philadelphia Eagles as a tight end. He then played seven seasons of professional basketball, one with the CBA Louisville Catbirds and the remaining years in Spain, France and Italy. He and his wife Anne-Marie have one son: Caleb.

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