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Statistically Speaking
• Has career totals of 118 goals and 34 assists for 152 points.
• Ranks seventh in school history in career goals and 21st in points.
• 118 goals are the second-most in school history by a player prior to senior season (Terry Riordan (1992-95) • 132).
• 101 combined goals in last two years are the most by any player in school history in a two-year period (Terry Riordan held previous record - 100 combined in 1994 (48) and 1995 (52)).
• Will carry a 34-game goal-scoring streak into the 2016 season - has scored 104 goals during the run and the 34-game streak is the nation's longest active streak entering the season.
• 34-game goal-scoring streak is the longest by a Johns Hopkins player since Terry Riordan had a school-record 56-game run from 1992-95.
• Has 120 points in last 29 games dating back to the 2014 season (94g, 26a).
• Just the fourth player in school history to score 40 or more goals in back-to-back seasons (40 lin 2014 - 61 in 2015).  Last player to turn this trick was Dylan Schlott (1998 (48) & 1999 (41)).
• In 2015, joined Wells Stanwick as the first Johns Hopkins players with back-to-back 50-point seasons (54 in 2014 - 77 in 2015) since Paul Rabil in 2007 and 2008.

2015
• Second Team USILA All-American.
• First Team All-Big Ten and the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year.
• Led the team in goals (61) and points (77).
• 61 goals are a Johns Hopkins single-season record, while 77 points are tied for second.
• Totaled 24 goals and six assists during JHU’s late-season seven-game winning streak.
• Had seven goals and six assists in JHU’s three NCAA Tournament games.
• Ranked fourth in the nation in goals per game (3.39) and 14th in points per game (4.28).
• Scored seven goals against UMBC in the season opener and earned Big Ten and USILA Player of the Week honors. Seven goals against the Retrievers were one shy of career high.
• Added a two-goal performance against Towson and a four-goal effort at Villanova.
• Fired home three goals and added a career-high-tying three assists at fourth-ranked North Carolina and came back with a three-goal, one-assist showing against Princeton and a two-goal, one-assist effort vs. Navy.
• Scored twice and added two assists in a 13-10 loss at top-ranked Syracuse.  Scored both goals against the Orange during a 5-1 game-opening run and both assists came during a 5-2 spree that turned an 8-5 deficit into a 10-10 tie.  Added one goal in 16-15 overtime loss against Virginia.
• Sparked win over Rutgers with a four-goal effort that landed him another Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week nod.
• Made it two straight Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week awards with an eight-goal, one-assist showing at Ohio State.  Eight goals tied career high - had previously scored eight goals against Syracuse in 2014.
• Fired home five goals and added one assist in the 11-10 double-overtime win against Penn State.  First JHU player with 5+ goals in back-to-back games since Conor Ford turned the trick in 2004.
• Made it four straight and 11 overall multi-point games with a two-goal effort against Michigan.
• Earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors again after dropping an eight-goal masterpiece on third-ranked Maryland to lead Hopkins to a 15-12 victory.  Six of eight goals came after halftime and four came in the fourth quarter as JHU erased a 10-9 deficit entering the final period.
• Fueled 19-7 victory at Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with four goals and two assists.
• Scored twice and added two assists in a 16-15 win over Syracuse in the NCAA Quarterfinals and added one goal and two assists against Maryland in the NCAA Semifinals.

2014
• Honorable Mention USILA All-American.
• Made the move to attack after playing midfield as a freshman. Tied for team-lead in goals (40) and ranked second in points (54) and fourth in assists (14). Also finished second on the team with seven extra-man goals.
• 40 goals tied with teammate Brandon Benn for the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Conor Ford had 44 in 2004.
• 40 goals are the most by a Johns Hopkins sophomore since Terry Riordan had 47 in 1993 and he is just the fourth sophomore in school history to score 40 or more goals in a season.
• Had 43 points in last 12 games (33g, 10a).
• Scored at least one goal in all 15 games he played (did not play at Mount St. Mary's), had two or more points in 14 of 15 games and three or more points nine times.
• Ranked 16th in the nation in goals per game (2.67) and 25th in points per game (3.60).
• Scored a career-high eight goals on 11 shots in a 12-10 loss to Syracuse. The eight goals were one shy of the JHU single-game record (William Logan had nine vs. Virginia in 1927).
• Enjoyed career day with a five-goal, three-assist effort in JHU's 15-9 win at 10th-ranked Princeton. At the time, goal, assist and point totals were all career highs. Came back with a three-goal, one-assist showing in the 15-8 win at UMBC.
• Scored twice and added one assist in the season-opener against Ohio State, came back with then career-highs of four goals, two assists and six points against Towson and added one goal and one assist against Michigan.

2013
• Played in all 14 games and had 17 goals and four assists on the year. Nine of 17 goals were extra man tallies and are the most by a Johns Hopkins player since 2004, when Matt Rewkowski had 12.
• 17 goals are the most by a Johns Hopkins freshman since 2007, when Steven Boyle and Michael Kimmel both had 23.
• Polished off strong rookie season with a three-goal effort that fueled a 9-4 win at Army,
• Tallied a pair of goals at UNC and enjoyed finest game of career with a three-goal, one-assist showing against Virginia. Hat trick was first of his career and four points are a career-high.
• Made a successful collegiate debut with one goal and one assist in season opening win vs. Siena and came back with another goal at Towson.
• Punched up then career-highs of two goals and three points in the 17-8 win over Michigan.
• Held scoreless against Princeton, but came back with one goal and one assist against Mount St. Mary's, two goals in the win against UMBC and one against Syracuse.

At Calvert Hall: Under Armour All-American and a member of the Baltimore Under Armour Underclass team as well • Punched up 39 goals, 14 assists and 32 ground balls as a senior, when he led Calvert Hall to the MIAA "A" Championship.

Club:  Played club lacrosse for Baltimore area Crabs Lacrosse.

Personal: Ryan P. Brown • The son of Bill and Amy Brown • International studies major.

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Ryan Brown

Ryan  Brown

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sykesville, MD

High School:
Calvert Hall

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190

Position:
A

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