By John Elambo
Rashawn Browne played his college basketball with the New Mexico State University Aggies of the Western Athletic Conference.
During his time at New Mexico State, Browne shared the court with Toronto Raptors’ star Pascal Siakam. After one season at New Mexico State, Browne transferred to California University of Pennsylvania for one season before coming back to Canada, where he played his final three years at the University of Manitoba.
During his time at the University of Manitoba, Browne was a two-time MVP, the University of Manitoba Male Athlete of the Year, First Team Canada West All-Star, and was named to the U SPORTS All-Canadian second team.
During his final season in Manitoba, he led them to the most wins in school history while playing in the Canada West Conference.
After ending his university career, Browne was selected eighth overall in the 2020 CEBL draft by the Saskatchewan Rattlers. As a rookie playing the CEBL Summer Series, he averaged 8.5 points, 3.5 assists and 3.2 rebounds and was the CEBL Rookie of the Year runner-up.