In his stellar career from 1946-1950, Brown won the Mason-Dixon medal three times in both cross country and the two-mile run, and was the M-D cross country champion in 1947. The winningest runner in Loyola history, Brown crossed the finish line first in 22 of his 39 collegiate races. Yet, some of Brown's biggest contributions to the sport of running came after his undergraduate days at Loyola. In addition to coaching on the high school, college, and club levels, Brown was a Long Distance Running Chairman and official in the South Atlantic Association. Brown has also served as a volunteer coach for the Capitol City Chargers (a team whose members have cerebral palsy) in Hartford, Connecticut for more than ten years. He was the head track coach for the United States Cerebral Palsy Athletics Association teams that competed in the 1984, 1986, and 1988 World Championships.