At Charlotte - 2012: First-Team All-Atlantic 10 Conference... Won team's second Atlantic 10 Conference batting title, earning the nod by one point on the last day of the regular season, ending the year with a .365 batting average, his career high... Led team and finished second in the conference with 31 stolen bases, also finished tied for fourth with 46 runs scored... Also finished third in the league with a .445 on-base percentage... 64 career stolen bases landed him tenth on Charlotte's all-time list, tying for 12th in team history with 163 runs scored. Athletic Director's List (fall).
2011: Missed 36 games in the middle of the season, leaving early on March 1 and returning on May 13, with hand injury... Was batting .367 in first nine games of season, with a hit in seven of those nine games... Had his best game against Missouri on February 27, with three hits and a career-high five runs scored... Drew career-high four walks in the opening game of the season, February 18 against Coppin State... Stole a career-best three bases in final game of season, against No. 19 Arkansas at the Tempe, Ariz. Regional... Finished with eight stolen bases and 16 walks in just 23 games played... Drew at least one walk in all three of Charlotte's post-season games... Ranks fourth in all-time on base percentage in team history (.453) and eighth with a .351 career batting average... Athletic Director's List (fall, '11 and spring).
2010: Atlantic 10 Conference All-Tournament Team... A-10 Player of the Week, May 24... Recorded 11 hits in four games in the final week of the regular season tying the school record with three doubles in the opening game of the three-game series at Richmond... Tied his career high of four hits in three different games, including twice in the Richmond series... The 11-1 victory on May 20 secured the outright A-10 title... Brown led all players in the Richmond series with five RBI, including four to tie his career high in the opening game... Finished the Richmond series 10-for-14, with an on-base percentage of .750 and a 1.000 slugging percentage... Recorded an RBI 15 of 17 times with a runner at third and less than two out, for an .882 percentage, which led the team for players with more than one opportunity... Batted .436 in the leadoff spot (17-for-39), with nine RBI, in nine games... Finished the season with a .356 average, on pace with this 2009 average and tied for third-best on the team in 2010... Finished 10th in the Atlantic 10 Conference and third on the team with a .455 on-base percentage... Tied Justin Wilson for second on the team and sixth in the league with 58 runs scored... Hit his first out-of-the-park home run in March 6 home game against Marist... Recorded three game-winning RBI, the latest in a game coming in the seventh inning in a home win over Austin Peay on March 12... Played 48 of 49 games in the outfield, with one appearance as the designted hitter... One of four players who recorded a season-long 12-game hit streak... Led team with batting average of .427 with runners on any base (of players with more than 20 at bats)... Athletic Director's List (fall).2009: Atlantic 10 Co-Rookie of the Week, 3/2... Recorded an inside-the-park grand slam in first collegiate at-bat as a pinch-hitter on February 24 in home win over Oakland... One of four players to get a hit in first at-bat of the season, (Dunn, Gyoerkoe and Lyerly were the other three)... One of three Niners (Gyoerkoe and R. Lyerly the other two) to hit home run in first at-bat of the season... Hit a two-RBI single with the bases-loaded in his very next at-bat in the next day and finished 5-for-8 with eight RBI in his first week of collegiate baseball... Had team's best batting average with runners on base (.432)... Ended redshirt-freshman campaign with .355 average in 36 starts for Charlotte... Toughest returning starter to strike out last season (one for every 8.3 at bats)... Had career-long 13-game hit streak from March 8 to March 28, taking average from .364 to .409 and scoring 14 runs in that span... Set high of four hits in a 4-for-4 effort against North Carolina A&T on April 7... Drew three walks and stole two bases in home win over Furman on March 9... Scored a season-high four runs in both the Furman and N.C. A&T home games
Summer Ball, 2009: Named Ninth-best prospect out of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League, where he led the Lake Norman Copperheads with a .361 batting average and .451 on-base percentage during the summer of 2009...
2008: Redshirted after an injury in the fall practice season... Athletic Director's List (fall).
At North Meck - All-Conference, All-Charlotte Observer and All-State, Conference Player of the Year.
Personal - Parents are Audrey and Todd Brown... Major is math... Born July 24.
Hits: 4, 7 times
Doubles: 3, at Richmond, 05/20/10
Triples: 1, 7 times
Home runs: 1, Marist, 03/06/10 ; Oakland, Feb 24, 2009
Total bases: 7, at Richmond, 05/20/10
RBI: 4, at Richmond, 05/20/10 ; Oakland, Feb 24, 2009
Runs scored: 5, Missouri, 2/27/11
Walks: 4, Coppin State, 2/18/11
Hit by pitch: 2, at La Salle, 5/14/11
Sac bunts: 2, at North Carolina A&T, 03/23/10 ; vs Rhode Island, 5/27/11
At bats: 6, USC Upstate, 3/13/12 ; Harvard, 03/20/10
Stolen bases: 3, Toledo, 2/24/12 ; Wake Forest, 4/11/12 ; vs Arkansas, 6/5/11
Field chances: 6, at Winthrop, 2/28/12 ; Wagner, 3/3/12 ; vs Richmond, 5/26/11
Putouts: 6, Wagner, 3/3/12 ; vs Richmond, 5/26/11
Assists: 1, 5 times
Highest on base pct.: 4th (.450)
Highest batting avg.: 7th (.355)
Highest stolen base pct.: 8th (.865)
Most stolen bases: 10th (64)
Most runs scored: t-12th (163)
Most triples: t-17th (7)
Most walks: 25th (95)
Most hits: 26th (205)
Most total bases: 38th (248)
Most games started: t-41st (153)
Highest fielding pct.: 44th (.980)
Most games played: t-46th (164)
Most runs batted in: t-49th (83)
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