Three-year letterwinner ... talented returning midfielder will run with Army's second midfield unit ... good speed with a quick shot ... fast middie who can go to the goal ... decisive player who gives 100 percent every shift ... saw playing time increase exponentially last season as the year progressed ... plucked from talent-rich Syracuse area in upstate New York.
2004: Appeared in all 15 of Army's games, drawing a start in five of those contests ... registered a hat trick opposite Colgate ... posted career bests in goals and points (4) against the Raiders ... two ground balls against Colgate tied a career high as well ... scored twice versus Penn and Navy ... shattered personal highs in goals, assists and points ... sixth on the Black Knights in scoring with 14 points ... tied for fifth in goals scored with nine ... registered a point in eight games.
2003: Saw action in all 16 games ... scored in Army's 10-3 win at Holy Cross ... picked up an assist against Hofstra ... appeared in Army's NCAA first round contest at Johns Hopkins.
2002: Drew assignments in nine of Army's 14 games ... scored three goals and assisted on another for a total of four points ... buried first collegiate goal against UMBC ... scored again the very next week opposite arch-rival Navy ... netted two points at Lehigh (1G, 1A) ... picked up a season-high two ground balls against Navy.
Prior to West Point: A three-time second team all-county selection in high school ... team MVP at ESM H.S. (1999) ... member of the national honor society ... second team all-county football player for the ESM Spartans.
Personal: Brian Patrick Green ... born Dec. 23, 1982, in Syracuse, N.Y. ... parents are Richard and Kathleen Green ... father is a retired Lt. Col. in the U.S. Army, brother Chris Green is a 2nd Lt. in U.S. Army, uncle Peter Sammis is a commander in the Coast Guard ... majoring in Engineering Management.
Year GP G A P Shots GB
2002 9 3 1 4 10 4
2003 16 2 1 3 15 1
2004 15 9 5 14 39 10
Totals 40 14 7 21 64 15