George Brown
George  Brown


Syracuse, N.Y.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 175




As a Freshman (2005): Appeared in 17 games and made two starts ... went 2-0 with a 2.82 ERA and 12 strikeouts in 22.1 innings ... 2.82 ERA was lowest among pitchers returning in 2006 ... earned wins in each of his two starts ... allowed just two earned runs in March, April and May combined (20.1 innings, 0.89 ERA) and finished the regular season with a 1.66 ERA ... had a 0.00 ERA and didn't allow an extra-base hit in six appearances at The Ballpark (7.1 innings) ... gave up two hits an no earned runs in a 3.0-inning relief appearance at Columbia (March 29) ... got a win in his first career start, holding St. Francis to three hits and no runs in 5.0 innings (April 5) ... went 5.0 innings in a start at Iona (April 13), allowing one run and striking out three to pick up a win.

At Corcoran: A three-sport standout at Corcoran ... played baseball, basketball and ran cross country ... a two-time All-Central New York first-team honoree as a pitcher (2003-04) ... won the William Smoral "For the Love of the Game" Award in 2004 ... Class AA New York State All-State fourth team in 2004 ... went 5-1 with a 2.12 earned run average in 2004, striking out 69 batters in 41.2 innings, with only six walks and six complete games ... as a junior in 2003, went 3-4 with a 0.64 earned run average ... struck out 83 batters in 50.2 innings, walking 12, throwing seven complete games and saving one game ... three-time Class AA all-league pitcher (Onondoga) ... an all-league selection as an outfielder twice ... first player in league history to be a unanimous first-team selection as a pitcher and outfielder (2003-04) ... led Corcoran to 2004 OHSL Class AA Colonial American Championship ... struck out 16 batters in 2004 Section III playoff game ... threw no-hitter in 2004 Mid-Atlantic Regional for 17-19-year-old all-stars ... led Senior Babe Ruth team to 16-year-old World Series in Arkansas in 2002 ... spent the summers of 2002-04 with the C. Frank Harrigan Classic League.

Personal: Born June, 18, 1986 in Boston, Mass. ... son of George and Teresa Brown ... has a brother, Connor, and a sister, Flanagan ... winner of the 2004 Corcoran Scholar-Athlete Award ... served on the student court, on the math team and the Outing Club ... lists winning the league title in 2004 as the most thrilling moment in his athletic career ... lists his father as the most influential person in his athletic career ... selected St. John's over George Washington, LeMoyne, Cornell and Fordham ... majoring in mathematics ... hopes to pursue a career in teaching or coaching.

Career Statistics


Career Highs
Innings Pitched: 5.0, twice (last at Iona, 4/13/05)
Strikeouts: 3 at Iona (4/13/05)


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