|Hometown:||Bowling Green, Ohio|
|High School:||Bowling Green|
Looks to build off an excellent first season … Increased his physical condition and strength in the off-season and also worked to diversify his game, specifically improving his passing and ability to create shots for others as well as his own 3-point shooting … 2011-12: Named D3hoops.com Great Lakes Region Rookie of the Year and NCAC Newcomer of the Year, and also voted first-team all-conference as a freshman … Exploded on to the collegiate scene, averaging 18.1 points his first seven games, and wound up as the Scots’ No. 2 scorer (12.9 ppg) … Also was second on the team in steals (31), third in assists (48), and fifth in rebounding (3.5 rpg) … Ranked 10th in the conference in free throw percentage (.731) and 14th in scoring … Averaged 13.7 points over three NCAA Div. III Championship games … Two of best games came against archrival Wittenberg, tallying 21 points in the first meeting and a season-high 24 in the second, which included a buzzer-beating jump shot that extended the game into overtime … Three or more assists in seven games, with season-high six coming at Wilmington (Nov. 27) … Started as the point guard, but moved to more of a shooting guard role as the season progressed … Prior to Wooster: Earned a number of honors during basketball career at Bowling Green High School, including four all-district selections … Was first-team all-district as a senior, while also repeating as a first-team pick on the all-county and all-league teams … Scored 980 career points for the Bobcats, coached by Von Graffin … Averaged 17 points and four assists as a senior … Also lettered in cross country once and soccer once … Personal: Born on Nov. 26, 1992 … Son of Angelo and Sheila Brown … Majoring in business economics.