Junior Season (2007)
Had breakthrough season in first year at UAB ... played and started in 17 of UAB's 19 games on campaign ... led team with four assists and 36 shots on campaign ... finished second on squad with four goals and 12 points ... also led Blazers with three game-winning goals in contests against Centenary (9/9), Birmingham-Southern (9/14) and Mercer (9/16) ... tabbed the UAB Classic MVP for scoring two game-winning goals in two Blazer victories over BSC and Mercer ... selected as the Conference USA Player of the Week and named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for the week of Sept. 17 ... first career goal came in first contest with a marker against Hartwick (8/31) ... recorded two assists in 3-0 win over Lipscomb (9/7) ... had five shots in a contest on two separate occasions against Hartwick and South Carolina (9/29) ... tied with Derek Rios for team lead in shots on goal with 17 ... led squad with 36 shots ... despite battling injuries throughout year, still managed to play 70 minutes or more in 11 of the 17 games he played.
Rio Grande (2005-06)
Earned Mideast Conference (AAMC) honorable mention All-America accolades in 2006 ... finished career with 14 goals and 17 assists for 45 points ... helped lead Rio Grande (Ohio) to a combined record of 38-4 during his two-year stint ... helped team to the No.1 ranking most of the year in NAIA and an appearance in the elite eight of the NAIA National Tournament during his two seasons ... also led team to back-to-back conference and regional titles ... team finished No. 1 in the nation in 2005 and No. 2 in 2006.
Played five seasons at Broughton High School in Preston, England ... was the team captain for three of his five seasons ... scored 48 career goals ... helped lead team to four regional cups during his five seasons ... coached by Martin Culthurst.
Other Soccer Info
Played for Kirkham and Wesham in the men's West Lancashire league for four seasons ... led team to three league trophies, league cups and regional cups in 2002, 2003 and 2004 ... team also captured regional shields in 2003 and 2004 ... scored 35 career goals with club team.
Full name is Frank Brown ... born July 9, 1986 in Preston, England ... goes by the nickname of "Frankie" ... parents are Kate Brown and the late Paul Brown ... major is psychology ... has one brother (Antony).