Brown's Freshman Campaign Among Best in School History

Courtesy: Green Bay Athletics
         
Release: March 02, 2011
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Alec Brown started all of Green Bay's games in true freshman campaign.

GREEN BAY, Wis. (GreenBayPhoenix.com) - The end of the 2010-11 season for the Green Bay men's basketball team also ended one of the best freshman campaigns in school history. The only player to start all 32 games for the Phoenix, 7-foot-1 freshman Alec Brown (Winona, Minn.) was a force from the moment he arrived on campus.

Brown's 325 points were the most by a Green Bay freshman since Chris Sager scored 331 points 11 seasons ago in 2000-01. The first high school recruit signed by head coach Brian Wardle, Brown hit 48.9 percent of his shots from the field and a team-high 94 free throws.

He led all Horizon League freshmen in blocked shots and was second in points, rebounds (to teammate Daniel Turner), field goals made and free throws made. Brown was voted as one of only two freshmen named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team, the first Green Bay player to earn a spot on the squad since Rahmon Fletcher (Kansas City, Mo.) in 2007-08.

The 7-foot-1 center averaged 10.2 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per contest. Brown broke the program's single-season record for blocks (65) and his 179 rebounds are the fourth-most all-time among Green Bay freshmen. Turner's 180 boards rank third all-time.

When many big men would be breaking down physically late into their first season banging in the paint, Brown was playing the best basketball of his true freshman campaign. He scored a team-high 15 points Tuesday night when Green Bay's season ended with a 60-50 loss at Wright State in the Horizon League Tournament.

The Wright State game continued an impressive end of the year and was his sixth-straight contest reaching double figures. In fact, after scoring 10 or more points just twice in his first 10 games, Brown totaled double figures in 16 of Green Bay's final 22 games.
INSIDE MEN'S BASKETBALL
SCHEDULE
Wednesday, December 14
Men's Basketball 
at Wisconsin
8:00 PM
Madison, Wis. (Kohl Center)
 | Live Stats Big Ten Network  | WNFL  
Saturday , December 17
Men's Basketball 
vs. Belmont (Festival Foods Family Game)
4:30 PM
RESCH CENTER
ESPN3  | WNFL  
Monday , December 19
Men's Basketball 
vs. SIUE
7:00 PM
RESCH CENTER
ESPN3  | WNFL  
Thursday , December 22
Men's Basketball 
vs. Saint Mary's (MN)
7:00 PM
RESCH CENTER
ESPN3  | WNFL  
Thursday , December 29
Men's Basketball 
at Cleveland State
6:00 PM
Cleveland, Ohio (Wolstein Center)
TWC SportsChannel / ESPN3  | WNFL  
Saturday , December 31
Men's Basketball 
at Youngstown State
11:00 AM
Youngstown, Ohio (Beeghly Center)
ESPN3  | WNFL  
Friday , January 06
Men's Basketball 
vs. Milwaukee (Bud Light Night)
7:00 PM
RESCH CENTER
TWC SportsChannel / ESPN3  | WNFL  
Tuesday , January 10
Men's Basketball 
vs. Northern Kentucky
7:00 PM
RESCH CENTER
TWC SportsChannel / ESPN3  | WNFL  
Thursday , January 12
Men's Basketball 
vs. Wright State
7:00 PM
RESCH CENTER
ESPN3  | WNFL  
Monday , January 16
Men's Basketball 
at Valparaiso
7:00 PM
Valparaiso, Ind. (The ARC)
ESPN3  | WNFL  
Friday , January 20
Men's Basketball 
vs. Youngstown State (Prevea Health BlackOut Cancer Game)
7:00 PM
RESCH CENTER
ESPN3  | WNFL  
Monday , January 23
Men's Basketball 
vs. Cleveland State
6:00 PM
RESCH CENTER
American Sports Network / ESPN3  | WNFL  
Friday , January 27
Men's Basketball 
at Oakland
8:00 PM
Rochester, Mich. (Athletics Center O'Rena)
ESPNU / ESPN3  | WNFL  
Sunday , January 29
Men's Basketball 
at Detroit Mercy
1:00 PM
Detroit, Mich. (Callahan Hall)
ESPN3  | WNFL  
Thursday , February 02
Men's Basketball 
vs. UIC (Student-Athlete Achievement Night)
7:00 PM
RESCH CENTER
ESPN3  | WNFL  
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