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Chris Brown
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Pleasant Hill, Calif.

High School:
Walsingham Academy

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 225

Position:
Goalkeeper

Birthdate:
01/13/1985

NOTES
Born January 13, 1985 ... was one of nine collegians - and one of five goalkeepers - to travel to Bradenton, Fla., to participate in a two-week U.S. Olympic Team training camp from Jan. 6-20, 2008 ... ranks third on BC's all-time list with a 0.91 career goals against average ... is second on the school's career wins list with 29 ... went 13-6-2 with a 1.20 goals against average and a .624 save percentage in 21 career Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season contests.

AS A SENIOR (2008)
Played in and started all 21 games, including all eight ACC contests ... captured All-ACC first-team recognition ... earned NSCAA/adidas All-South Atlantic Region third-team honors ... earned All-Tournament honors at the ACC Tournament at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. after he registered a 0.46 goals against average and an .833 save percentage in 194:02 minutes of action; totaled one save in the team's 1-0 overtime win over Clemson (11/12) and four saves in the team's 1-0 loss to Maryland (11/14) ... finished the season with a 10-8-3 record; registered a 0.90 goals against average and a .692 save percentage in 1990:30 minutes of action ... totaled a 1.35 goals against average and a .577 save percentage in conference contests ... notched six shutouts - two in conference regular-season action and one shutout in league tournament play (Clemson; 11/12) ... made three or more saves in eight (of 21) contests ... made a season-high six saves in the team's 0-0 tie at Dartmouth (11/26) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Hanover, N.H.

AS A JUNIOR (2007)
Played in and started all 21 games, including eight ACC contests ... earned NSCAA/adidas All-South Atlantic Region second-team honors ... captured All-ACC second-team recognition ... earned All-Tournament honors at the ACC Tournament at the SAS Soccer Complex in Cary, N.C., after he registered a 0.67 goals against average and a .818 save percentage in victories over Virginia Tech (11/14), Virginia (11/16) and Wake Forest (11/18) in the ACC Championship game; earned Soccer America Team of the Week honors ... finished the season with a 15-5-1 record; registered a 0.76 goals against average and a .805 save percentage in 1905:23 minutes of play ... totaled a 0.87 goals against average and a .708 save percentage in guiding the team to a 7-1-0 conference record and the league regular-season title ... notched eight shutouts, including two in conference regular-season action and one shutout in league tournament play (Virginia Tech; 11/16)... recorded five shutouts - at Boston University (9/1), against No. 17 Fairfield (9/7), against No. 7 Maryland (9/15), against Maine (9/18) and against Yale (9/26) - in BC's first seven September games ... made four (or more) saves in 10 (of 21) contests ... made a career-high nine saves in the team's 2-1 home loss to Massachusetts (11/28) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2006)
Played in and started nine games, including five ACC contests ... earned the program's Thomas McElroy Award as the soccer player who demonstrates excellence in character and performance on and off the field ... finished the season with a record of 4-3-2; registered a 1.24 goals against average and a .692 save percentage ... totaled a 2-1-2 record, a 1.44 goals against average and a .652 save percentage in league play ... notched one shutout - a 1-0 win at Dartmouth (10/14) ... recorded a season-high four saves in each of four games ... tallied four saves in his collegiate debut - a 5-1 victory at Quinnipiac (9/26) ... made two saves in a 5-1 ACC home win over NC State (9/29) ... recorded three saves, including a Terrapin penalty shot in the 58th minute, in the team's 3-1 win at Maryland (10/14) ... registered four saves in 120:00 in a 2-2 home tie against Wake Forest (10/6).

AS A FRESHMAN (2005)
Missed the season with a knee injury

AS A FRESHMAN (2004)
Missed the season with a knee injury

BEFORE BC
Earned Virginia Independent Schools Soccer Association (VISSA) All-State first-team honors as a junior and senior ... was a three-time team MVP ... played for head coach Chris Haywood ... earned 2004 Virginia Independent Schools All-State first-team honors in basketball ... also earned 2004 conference Player of the Year accolades for the Trojans ... achieved All-Conference first-team honors in baseball as a senior.

PERSONAL
Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Chris is the younger of Rita and Adin Brown's two sons ... his brother Adin is a goalkeeper for Aalesunds FK in the Norwegian First Division ... his father was a football star at William & Mary and was a 1968 NFL Draft choice of the Denver Broncos ... born January 13, 1985.

BROWN'S CAREER STATS

Year GP GS Min. GA GAA Saves SV% Record 2004 Injured - Did Not Play 2005 Injured - Did Not Play 2006 9 9 873:34 12 1.24 27 .692 4-3-2 2007 21 21 1905:23 16 0.76 66 .805 15-5-1 2008 21 21 1990:30 20 0.90 45 .692 10-8-3 Totals 51 51 4769:27 48 0.91 138 .742 29-16-6

BROWN'S CAREER ACC STATS

Year GP GS Min. GA GAA Saves SV% Record 2006 5 5 500:00 8 1.44 15 .652 2-1-2 2007 8 8 720:37 7 0.87 17 .708 7-1-0 2008 8 8 731:56 11 1.35 15 .577 4-4-0 Totals 21 21 1952:34 26 1.20 47 .644 13-6-2

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