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Val Brown


Full Name:
SirValiant Martin Brown
Position:
Guard
College:
George Washington
Height:
6-1
Weight:
175
High School:
Robert E. Lee HS, Springfield, Va.
Birthdate:
December 21, 1980
Birthplace:
Washington, D.C.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Early entry candidate for the 2001 NBA Draft.
  Scored 1,274 points in two seasons, which ranks 19th on George Washington's career scoring list.
  His 20.9 career scoring average is second behind Joe Holup's 21.4 ppg (1952-56).
  As a freshman in 1999-2000, named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press.
  Voted the Atlantic 10 Conference Rookie of the Year.   Set a single-season scoring record with 738 points, surpassing the 31-year-old mark of Bob Tallent during the 1968-69 season.


AT GEORGE WASHINGTON
  As a sophomore, finished second on the Colonials in scoring (17.3 ppg).
  Named to the NABC All-District 4 Second Team.
  Had 12 games with 20 or more points.
  Scored in double figures in 25 of 31 games.
  Named MVP of the BB&T Classic, totaling 50 points in two games.
  Scored 32 points against St. John's in the opening round game and 18 against Maryland in the final.
  Tied his season-high with 32 points against Old Dominion.
  Scored his 1000th career points in only his 44th game (at Massachusetts).
  Scored 28 points, including four three-pointers, against Richmond.
  Scored a team-high 22 points against Xavier.
  Scored 21 points and recorded a season-high five steals at Duquesne.
  Scored a team-high 23 points at Dayton, despite suffering a laceration on his right hand in the first half.

  As a freshman, finished second in the nation in scoring (24.6 ppg) behind current Washington Wizards guard Courtney Alexander of Fresno State (24.8 ppg).
  Recorded eight 30-plus point games with a high of 42 against Siena.
  Was recognized as the league's Rookie of the Week six times, the most for a George Washington player since former NBA center Yinka Dare won the award nine times in 1992-93.
  Named Second Team All-Atlantic 10 Conference.
  Led the team in free throw shooting (81.0%) and three-pointers made (73).
  Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Top of the World Classic after scoring 68 points in three games to set a new tournament record.
  Named MVP of the BB&T Classic after scoring 50 points in two games, one shy of the tournament record.
  Scored 33 points against South Florida and Ohio.
  Had 30 points against Rhode Island.
  Scored 26 points in a win over St. Bonaventure.
  Handed out eight assists vs. LaSalle.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1999-00 30 222 668 .332 221 273 .810 100 64 738 24.6
2000-01 31 174 471 .369 138 192 .719 85 55 536 17.3
TOTALS 61 396 1139 .348 359 465 .772 185 119 1274 20.9
Three-point field goals: 1999-00, 73-for-277 (.264); 2000-01, 50-for-170 (.294); Totals: 123-for-447 (.275).


 
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