2011: First Team All-MAC selection ... NFHCA Second Team All-West Region choice ... Led the MAC with six game-winning goals ... Second in the MAC with 15 goals scored ... Second in the league with 82 total shots ... Fourth in the MAC with 33 points ... Scored both goals in Ohio's 2-1 win over Lafayette in a NCAAplay-in game ... Scored the game-winner at nationally-ranked Ohio State ...Also had game-winners against American and Central Michigan ... Scored multiple goals in both wins over Missouri State and victories over Ball State and St. Francis (PA) ... Had assists on game-winning goals in both regular-season wins against Miami ... Scored multiple points in 10 games, all Ohio wins ... MAC Offensive Player of the Week (9/13)
2010: Named to NFHCA Division I All-West Region Second Team ... First Team All-MAC selection ... Finished tied for second in goals, second in shots and tied for fourth in points among MAC players ... Finished 42nd nationally in goals scored ... Played in every game ... Had three multi-goal games and 10 multi-point games ... Set career-highs with a four-goal, eight-point performance against St Louis ... Had four game-winners including late tallies against Indiana and Missouri State ... Was named MAC Offensive Player of the Week (9/15)
2009: Saw action in 19 games, starting six as a freshman ... Earned her first collegiate start August 28 against Maryland ... Took 13 total shots, seven of which were on goal ... Scored first career goal on September 6 against Michigan State ... Her seven shots on goal ranked sixth among the Bobcats ... Totaled three points on the year.
HIGH SCHOOL: Scored 61 goals in high school career ... Named 1st Team All-State three times, All-Region twice, 2nd Team All-American, twice team captain ... Four year varsity field hockey and softball.
PERSONAL: Majoring in Communication Studies and Disorders ... Daughter of John and Kathleen Brown ... Three of five siblings competed in intercollegiate athletics at Indiana University and University of Maryland ... Born September 10, 1991.