In 27 games played this past season, Brown averaged 24.2 points per game (653 total) to go along with a 44.5 field goal percentage (222-499), a 41.0 three-point field goal percentage (105-206), and a 76.5 free throw percentage (104-136). Brown also hauled in 5.4 rebounds per game (40 OFF, 107 DEF, 147 TOT), dished out 51 assists, recorded 26 steals, and had six blocks.
Brown led the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) in field goals made, points, points per game, and points per 40 minutes (31.0), while also placing second in three-point field goals made, fifth in free throws made, No. 12 in total rebounds (13th per game).
Among all NCAA Division III student-athletes, Brown finished No. 11 in points per game, No. 10 in total points, No. 8 in three-point field goals made per game (3.89) and total three-point field goals made, and No. 19 in total field goals made.
Meanwhile, Brown's 653 points scored this season surpassed Jon D'Orlando's 22-year school record of 639 points set back in the 1996-97 season. Brown also established single season program records this year for three-point field goals made (105) and three-point field goals attempted (256).
YEAR IN REVIEW
Endicott finished the 2017-18 campaign with a 19-9 overall record and 12-6 mark in conference play. The Gulls advanced to the CCC Championship for the fourth straight season before falling to Nichols in the title matchup.
(Photo Credit - David Le '10)