Jared Browne joined the UMF Men's Basketball coaching staff in the summer of 2018.
Coach Browne previously was an assistant men's basketball coach at Thomas College. Coach Browne was responsible for the organization of the Thomas defense; and during the 2017-18 season, the Terriers led the North Atlantic Conference in defensive field goal percentage, and finished with a 14-12 record, including a ten-game winning streak, and an appearance in the NAC tournament. Coach Browne also helped to develop an all NAC second-team selection and helped to recruit several student-athletes to Thomas.
Before entering the college coaching ranks, Coach Browne previously led the Winslow High School boy's program to an 85-34 record from 2011-2017. During his tenure at Winslow, the Black Raiders won at least 10 games and made the postseason each year, including their first trip since 2003 to the 2015 Eastern Maine Finals.
Prior to his time at Winslow, Browne earned his first varsity head coaching job at Oak Hill High School from 2009-2011. At Oak Hill, he led the program to win the most games in 15 years at the school during the 2010 season.
Over his high school coaching career, Browne earned Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2010 and 2013. In 2013 and 2015, he was named Coach of the Year for the Maine Association of Basketball Coaches.