Trisha Brown

Assistant Professor of Sport and Exercise Sciences

Office: VHAC, Room 219 B
Phone: 806-651-3647

Professional Profile

Trisha joined the Sports and Exercise Science department at West Texas A&M University in 2014.  She received a B.A. in Athletic Training and Health Education in 1997 from Bethel University, a B.S. in Physical Education and M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction in 2003 from Winona State University. Trisha conferred her doctoral degree in Sports Management with a concentration in Sports Leadership from the United States Sports Academy in July 2016.

Teaching and Related Service

Dr. Brown teaches a variety of courses within the undergraduate curriculum to inlcude SES 2342-Personal Fitness Concepts, SES 2355-Theory and Practice of Non-Traditional Games, and SES 3325-Programming for the Health and Wellness of Children. Additionally, she is involved as a graduate faculty member teaching courses specializing in Sport Management.

Research and Creative Activity

Trisha’s research interests include the evaluation and retention of undergraduate students, cognitive function in regards to physical activity and cases involving sports law.

Personal Sketch

Trisha is from Minnesota and now lives in Canyon, Texas. Her husband, Tom, is the Head Men’s Basketball coach at West Texas A&M University. They have three children; TJ, Zach and Ella.