Zwick Brown has three years of college coaching experience at the Division I level as an assistant coach at Connecticut. Inheriting a 1-15 team, Zwick Brown helped the Huskies to consecutive winning seasons for the first time in program history. During her time at UConn, Zwick Brown served as the offensive coordinator and guided the Huskies to the 20th-ranked scoring offense, She also served as goalies coach for one season and the draw specialist coach for two seasons, during one of which the team was ranked fifth in the nation for draw controls per game.
After three years at UConn, Zwick Brown spent the past year coaching at Holton Arms High in Potomac. As defensive coordinator and goalie coach, she helped rebuild the girls lacrosse program; after three losing seasons the team earned a record of 11-4 and won the Independent School League championship.
Zwick Brown, a native of Holland, Pa., was a four-year letter-winner in lacrosse at Massachusetts. She posted 100 total points on 60 goals and 40 assists over her playing career. Zwick Brown also had a stellar high school career at Council Rock South in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse. She still holds the Pennsylvania scoring record for a single season with 129 goals as a junior.