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Kyle Brown
11   Kyle Brown

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Southlake, Texas

High School:
Carroll HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 165

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
08/10/1983

Experience:
3L


TULSA -- A three-year letterwinner and starter . . . has started all 57 games of his career . . . career numbers include 25 goals and 20 assists for 70 points . . . ranks ninth among TU's career scoring and assists leaders . . . a three-time all-Missouri Valley Conference first team performer and two-time all-Midwest Region selection . . . has eight career game-winning goals.

SUMMER OF 2005 -- Played for the Chicago Fire Premier, a member of the Premier Development League (PDL) in the United Soccer Leagues.

SENIOR (2004) -- Suffered a season-ending injury prior to the 2004 fall campaign . . . received a red-shirt season . . . named to the Preseason all-MVC Team.

SUMMER OF 2004 -- Played for the Boulder Rapids Reserve in the PDL.

JUNIOR (2003) -- Started all 20 games he played . . . named to the all-MVC first team for the third straight season . . . selected to the NSCAA all-Midwest Region first team . . . posted the fourth-best scoring effort in school history with 12 goals and 11 assists for 35 points . . . his 11 assists were the second-most among TU's single season leaders . . . ranked 16th nationally in assists and scoring in the final NCAA Statistics . . . led all MVC players in assists . . . tied the school record for consecutive games with an assist with four . . . named to the CollegeSoccerNews.com National Team of the Week on Oct. 20 and was tabbed to the Soccer America National Team of the Week on Oct. 8 . . . received MVC Offensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 6 . . . named to three all-tournament teams, including the Ohio State Buckeye Classic, the SMU Mi Cocina Classic and the Microtel Inn & Suites/Golden Hurricane Classic . . . was selected as the MVP of the SMU-Mi Cocina Classic . . . registered three game-winning goals on the season, including Ohio State, Evansville and SMU, and a game-tying goal with 1:01 left in regulation vs. Bradley . . . named TU's "Man of the Match" three times, including New Mexico, Santa Clara and Bradley . . . was named to the all-MVC preseason team . . . recorded a goal or an assist in 16 of 21 games . . . tallied two goals and one assist for five points against Evansville.

SOPHOMORE (2002) -- A repeat selection to the all-MVC first team . . . became the first back-to-back all-MVC first team performer in school history . . . named to the NSCAA all-Midwest second team . . . named as one of the nation's top 32 forwards by CollegeSoccer News.com . . . registered six goals and five assists for 17 points on the year . . . was second on the team in goals and points and was the assists leader . . . named the MVC Offensive Player of the Week and also to the CollegeSoccerNews.com National Team of the Week on Sept. 3 . . . notched game-winning goals against #15 Wisconsin- Milwaukee and Eastern Illinois . . . was also credited with one assist to finish with three points against UWM . . . posted two assists vs. Evansville . . . tallied the final goal and added one assist for three points in TU's 3-1 win over top-ranked Stanford . . . was selected as Tulsa's "Man of the Match" against Creighton.

FRESHMAN (2001) -- Started all 18 games and chalked up seven goals and four assists for 18 points . . . led the team in goals and points and ranked third in assists . . . selected to the all-MVC first team . . . was named to the MVC all-newcomer team and tabbed as the MVC's Newcomer of the Year . . . became just the second Tulsa freshmen to garner all-MVC first team honors . . . named the team's Offensive Player of the Year . . . TU's first-ever MVC Newcomer of the Year . . . selected to the 2001 All-Freshmen Team by CollegeSoccerNews.com and was picked as a preseason National Freshman to Watch by the same publication . . . recorded game-winning goals against Georgia Southern, Metropolitan State and Drake . . . notched one goal and one assist vs. Evansville . . . had the assist on James Dabney's game-winning goal against Eastern Illinois.

PRIOR TO TULSA -- Was a four-year letterwinner at Carroll High School . . . produced 39 goals and finished with 56 points as a senior . . . established school record for goals (73), assists (40) and points (186) . . . set the school's single-season record for goals and points as a senior . . . was a member of the all-state and all-state tournament teams as a senior . . . led the Dragons to their first state soccer title in 2001 . . . was also a standout player on the CHS football team . . . named the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Offensive Player of the Year and Male Athlete of the Year after surpassing 2,000 all-purpose yards as a senior . . . led the Dragons to the regional finals and was named the District 6-4A co-MVP and first-team all-state in football.

PERSONAL -- Majoring in management . . . born August 10, 1983 . . . one of seven children of Jara and Clair McKean, Southlake, Texas . . . parents are Ken and Anne Brown of Sand Springs, Okla. . . . brother, Tyler, played football at the University of North Texas.

Brown's Career Totals
Year G-GS Shots Goals Asts Pts
2001 18-18 37 7 4 18
2002 19-19 48 6 5 17
2003 20-20 65 12 11 35
2004 Redshirt
Totals 57-57 150 25 20 70