Michael Brennan was named an assistant coach for the Georgetown University men's basketball team by Head Coach John Thompson III in June 2009.
"I am very happy to have Mike join our staff" Coach Thompson said. "We won three league titles together at Princeton and since then he has won two more at American. His knowledge and understanding of the game are invaluable, but just as important is his ability to teach, instruct and pass that knowledge on to our players. His experiences as a player and coach will provide us with varied insights."
Brennan came to Georgetown after serving as an assistant coach for seven seasons at Princeton University and more recently, two seasons at American University.
While at American, Brennan helped lead the Eagles to two Patriot League Championships and subsequent NCAA tournament appearances under Head Coach Jeff Jones.
During his tenure at Princeton, he helped lead the Tigers to three Ivy League titles. He also spent one year as a volunteer assistant coach at Columbia University. Brennan was a four-year starter as an undergrad at Princeton under legendary head coach Pete Carril, leading his team to Ivy League championships and the NCAA Tournament in 1991 and 1992. He was named Second Team All-Ivy League in 1994.
Brennan played professionally in the European Basketball League for teams in Germany, Belgium and Portugal.
Brennan earned his bachelor of arts in English from Princeton in 1994.