AS A SENIOR IN 2009: Was the fifth pick of the seventh round for the Boston Breakers in the Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) league draft ... Became the first Terrier to earn NSCAA All-America honors since Meghann Cook accomplished the feat in 2005 ... Became the first player in conference history to earn the America East Defender of the Year award in three straight seasons ... Named to the America East All-Conference First Team ... A NEWISA All-New England honoree, Tallied four points (1g, 2a) in 19 games ... Scored a goal in 4-2 win at Maine on Oct. 4 ... Assisted on game-winning goal at Albany on Oct. 11 ... Anchored a defense that did not allow a single shot on goal in 2-0 win over Massachusetts on Aug. 30 ... Assisted on Emily Pallotta's goal in 5-0 win over UMBC on Oct. 25.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2008: Named the 2008 America East Defender of the Year for the second consecutive year and earned first-team all-conference honors ... Earned NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third Team accolades, NEWISA All-New England First Team honors and Soccer Buzz All-Northeast Region recognition ... Tallied one goal and one assist ... Recorded one assist on Sept. 5 at Princeton and headed home the golden goal vs. Hartford in the regular-season finale (Oct. 26) to keep BU undefeated in the conference ... Staunchly defended the Terriers' backline as a center back in every contest, and helped the squad finish 15th in the country in goals-against average (0.62) and tie a program record for shutouts (12) ... Named to the America East Academic Honor Roll for maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or higher. AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007: Earned the America East Defender of the Year distinction along with first-team all-conference honors ... Garnered NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third Team honors ... Named the team's Most Valuable Defensive Player and MVP after anchoring one the nation's stingiest defenses ... Started all 21 games ... Led the squad in goals with five ... Was second on the team in points (11) and tallied two game winners ... Had four multi-point games ... Tallied the insurance goal in the conference semifinals against Binghamton ... Anchored a solid backline that shutout 10 opponents in 2007 - six in league play - and allowed just two goals during the conference slate.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006: Played in 20 games, starting 19 ... Sixth on the team in total points, tallying two goals and one assist on the year ... Sixth on the team with 16 shots and ranked fourth with a .125 shot percentage ... Scored first collegiate goal against Harvard on Sept. 20 ... Tallied the first goal vs. Yale in a 2-1 win on Sept. 25 and added an assist versus Albany in a 4-1 win over the Great Danes.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY: Was a four-year letter winner at Natick High School ... As a senior, scored 17 goals and had 10 assists ... NHS advanced to the Division I South semifinals for the first time in school history despite entering the tournament as the 20th seed ... Named All-New England as a senior ... Team MVP as a junior and as a senior ... Two-time MetroWest Daily News all-star selection ... Boston Herald All-Scholastic as a senior ... In final high school game, scored first career hat trick ... Team captain as a junior and a senior ... As a junior, had 10 goals and seven assists ... As a sophomore scored 10 goals and added nine assists ... As a freshman, had 12 goals and six assists ... Leading scorer and NHS Rookie of the Year as a freshman ... Three-time Bay State League all-star ... Two-time EMASS all-star ... Was a three-year starter at point guard on the basketball team and was a three-time Bay State League all-star ... Two-year starter and team captain on lacrosse team ... Played ODP for the South Coast Scorpions (2000-05). PERSONAL: Born on June 13, 1988 ... Daughter of Tim and Sandy Brown ... Enrolled in the College of Communication as an advertising major.