Named Second Team All-Southern Conference, her fourth consecutive all-conference selection ... Appeared in all 20 games, making 16 starts ... totalled 1,575 minutes on the pitch ... tallied three points on one goal and one assist ... registered 16 total shots, putting nine on goal ... helped UNCG to seven shutouts ... scored her lone goal of the season at the Citadel (Oct. 14) in a 3-1 win for UNCG ... dished out an assist in the 4-0 Spartan win over Furman (Oct. 2).
Named to the SoCon All-Conference First Team... Earned All-SoCon Tournament Team honors... started and played in all 21 games for the Spartans logging 1,893 minutes on the field, 17 of which were complete games... dished her first assist of the season at NC State (Sept. 10) in a 2-0 victory for the Spartans first win over an ACC opponent since 2012... notched her first goal of the season against Western Carolina (Sept. 25)...also tallied goals against Chattanooga (Oct. 9) and The Citadel (Oct. 18)..finished the season with three goals and one assist for seven points
Named to the SoCon All-Conference second team ... Started and played in all 20 games ... Played a full-90 minutes at West Virginia (Sept. 7), ECU (Sept. 12), NC State (Sept. 14) that included 20 minutes of overtime, James Madison (Sept. 21), at Mercer (Sept. 26) which was 110 minutes, Samford (Oct. 12), at Western Carolina (Oct. 17) and at ETSU (Oct. 19) ... Had an assist against NC State, at The Citadel (Sept. 28), Chattanooga (Oct. 10) and 91 minutes at ETSU (Nov. 2) in the SoCon quarterfinal game that went to overtime ... Helped UNCG earn shutouts against Chattanooga and at Western Carolina ... Finished with a career high four assists on 15 shots and played a career high 1,655 minutes ... Made the SoCon honor roll.
Named to the 2013 Southern Conference All-Freshman team ... Played in 20 games, starting 19 in her first collegiate season … Finished with three goals and two assists … Selected to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team … Third on the team with three goals … Assisted on the game-winning goal in double overtime at Hawai'i (Aug. 23) … Scored her first collegiate goal at East Carolina (Aug. 30) proving to be the game winner in a 1-0 victory … Picked up an assist against UNCW (Sept. 2) … Scored back-to-back goals at Francis Marion (Oct. 4) and at The Citadel (Oct. 6) … Moved to defense helping UNCG shutout five opponents in its last seven games … Held SoCon player of the year Elon's Nicole Dennion to just one shot in a 2-2 draw … Took 26 total shots with 11 on goal.
Helped the Under-20 national team win its Oceania qualifying round in Auckland, New Zealand ... Guided the team to a 3-0 record with wins against Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia and Samoa ... Scored her first two international goals against New Caledonia, playing half a game in all three contests ... Traveled with the team in the FIFA Under-20 women's World Cup in Japan.
Attended St. Hilda's collegiate high school playing multiple sports including basketball, skiing, cross country and soccer ... Named MVP of the soccer team and was third at nationals as asprinter on the cross country squad ... In the classroom, Brown achieved NCEA level one with excellence - which is the highest mark you can receive ... Played club soccer with Three Kings United under head coach Andy Clay ... Helped the team win the national club knockout cup in 2012.
Georgia Logan Brown … Born Oct. 18, 1993 … Daughterof Derek and Anna Brown ... Has a younger brother Monty Brown ... Majoring in interior architecture.