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  Michael Brown
Michael Brown

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Clinton, MS

High School:
Clinton HS

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 160

Position:
Midfielder

Experience:
3V


General: Tenacious competitor excels in defensive midfielder role ... Possesses confidence on the ball ... Plays with a physical edge to his game and is a tough tackler in central midfield.

As a Junior in 2005: Started in all 18 games for Stanford ... Scored the game-winning goal in Stanford's 3-2 victory over Oregon State (10/21) ... Recorded 12 shots on the year with six of those on goal ... Second-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection.

As a Sophomore in 2004: Started all 18 games in central midfield ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the SMU Mi-Cocina Classic ... Registered an assist against UC Irvine (9/17) ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the SoccerTown Classic in Fullerton ... Attempted a career-high three shots against Oregon State (10/31).

As a Freshman in 2003: Played in 18 games and 13 as a starter ... Attempted two shots during the season ... Made his collegiate debut against Brown (9/12), coming on as a sub in 2-1 loss ... Earned first career start against Yale (9/14) ... Took his first career shot against Washington (10/12) ... Started final 10 games of the season in either midfield or defense.

High School/Other: A 2003 graduate of Clinton High School ... Three-time All-State, All-District and Team MVP selection ... Also earned District Player of the Year honors as a senior ... Prep team won three district titles, while finishing as State runner-up and South State champions in his senior year ... Played club soccer for the powerful Jackson Futbol Club, winners of the state title in 2002 and `03 ... Previously played with the Clinton Futbol Club.

Personal:Son of Dennis and Vicki Brown ... Undeclared major.

Coaching Staff on Brown: "Michael leads by example with relentless ball-winning and helps orchestrate attacks from the midfield."

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