|High School:||Algonquin Regional|
|Major:||Politics and Law|
As a junior: Started all 54 games for the Bulldogs and led the team in nearly every offensive category as a junior ... Led the team in triples (2), home runs (9), RBI (35) and runs scored (40), and tied for the team lead in doubles (16) ... Hit .281 and produced a .520 slugging and .365 on-base percentage ... Named First Team All-NEC for the first time in his career ... Becomes the first Bulldog to be named all-conference as many as three times since moving to Division I ... Earned NEC Player of the Week honors on March 19 for his performance against Mount St. Mary's ... He went 8-for-19 with with four home runs, eight RBI and six runs scored in the four-game series ... He hit two home runs and drove in three on Friday and then hit a game-winning three-run home run in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader ... Led the Bulldogs with 18 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games ... Matched his career high with four RBI against Central Connecticut (Apr. 5) and Northeastern (Apr. 17) ... Finishes the season with 196 career hits.
As a sophomore: Led the team in total bases (98), at bats (201), doubles (16), home runs (5), slugging percentage (.488) and stolen bases (11) ... Played in 53 games while batting .294 with a team-best four triples ... Recorded a season-high three RBIs against Fairleigh Dickinson on May 15 ... Generated 15 multi-hit games ... Finished tied for fourth in the NEC in doubles, eighth in slugging percentage, tied for first in triples, tied for sixth in home runs, second in total bases and second in the league in total at bats ... Finished 2011 with a .362 on-base percentage and a .966 fielding percentage ... 2011 Second Team All-NEC Selection.
As a freshman: Outstanding rookie season for the Bulldogs where he was named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Year and named NEC Second Team All-Conference … The left fielder led the NEC in four separate offensive categories including doubles (23), triples (7), plate appearances (255), and at-bats (231) … His seven triples tied the school record for triples in season while his 23 doubles was just one shy of the school record of 24 … Finished the year ninth in the league with a .355 batting average and started all 56 games for the Bulldogs … Brown had 21 multi-hit games including a quartet of four-hit games, as well as boasting a 15-game hit streak, the second best on the team this season … Opened the season with an eight-game hit streak … Collected six hits in a doubleheader against Monmouth, going 3-for-4 with two runs scored in BOTH games … Also drove in five runs on the day including a 3-RBI performance in the opener … First four-hit game came against Central Connecticut where he went 4-for-4 at the plate with a triple and home run … Second four-hit game came at Mount St. Mary’s where he went 4-for-5 with a run scored and finished with four RBIs in the game to go with a double and triple to finish just a home run shy of hitting for the cycle … Went 4-for-5 with three runs scored and two RBIs in a win over Fairleigh Dickinson … Had three doubles in the Sunday game with FDU … Went 4-for-6 with three runs scored and two RBIs in come from behind win over Wagner.
Before Bryant: Talented left-handed hitter, Brown will bring athleticism and an offensive presence to the Bulldogs ... Helped Algonquin Regional High School to three consecutive Mid-Wach A Championships, a state finals appearance in 2007 and a Massachusetts State Championship in 2006 ... A two-year captain in both baseball and basketball at Algonquin, Brown hit .485 with 49 hits and 10 home runs for Northboro Legion ... Participated in football, lettered in basketball and baseball ... Midwach A Basketball Freethrow Champion ... Principal's List ... Participated in Mr. ARHS.
Personal: Born October 30, 1990..son of Mike and Ellen Brown, brother to Nikki and Kerri Brown.
Hits: 4, four times
Runs scored: 3, six times
RBI: 4, at Mount St. Mary's (4/18/10)
Home runs: 2, at Monmouth (3/27/10)
Stolen bases: 2, Harvard (4/7/11), at Harvard (4/19/11)
Walks: 2, three times