10 Delaney Brown
Delaney Brown

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Mechanicsburg, Pa.

High School:
Cumberland Valley

Height:
5-7

Position:
Midfield

Birthdate:
03/03/1984

Experience:
3L



Consistent offensive threat who is coming off outstanding junior year reaping several postseason honors ... two-time Patriot League all-star who is top candidate for "Player of the Year" honors in 2005 ... dominant and talented goal scorer who could be headed for monster senior year ... just continues to get stronger and better each year after bursting onto the scene freshman year as league's top rookie ...gifted and skilled player with an excellent grasp of the game ... anticipates well, is very creative with the ball scoring or assisting ... plays with a lot of poise ... looking to climb Army's Top 10 career chart after breaking in last year for points (48) and goals (19) ... six game winners just one shy of that list, while 10 assists five off that mark ... NSCAA regional and academic all-star ... two-time Soccer Buzz Regional selection as well ... three-year letterwinner who has started in 45 of 46 matches.

2004: Army's leading scorer with 17 points (7 goals, 3 assists), which ranked tied for seventh in the Patriot League in both scoring and goals ... three game winners tied for sixth, while sharing third place in shots (59) with classmate Jen Pascucci ... second time in three years topped Army in goals and points ... named a first team Patriot League pick ... named to CoSIDA District I second team ... earned a pair of regional certificates from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) with selection to second team as both a scholar athlete and player ... a Soccer Buzz Northeast Regional third team pick as well ... second time selected for both ... scored all seven goals during season-ending 10-game unbeaten string ... first goal lifted Army to 1-0 edging of Navy that ignited a run that took the Black Knights into the opening round of the Patriot League Tournament ... scored a pair of goals and assisted on two others in 5-3 non-conference win over Marist.

2003: Opened the season as a starting midfielder ... played in first eight games before going down with an injury in Patriot League home opener against Holy Cross ... scored a goal in four of those matches to lead the team in scoring with 10 points (4 goals, 2 assists) ... numbers stood until late in the season ... finished tied for second in all three categories ... first goal of season proved game-winner in 2-1 season-opening win over Gardner-Webb ... recorded the insurance goal on penalty kick in blanking of Manhattan in home opener ... named the MVP of the Gillette Classic hosted by Army after tallying a goal and assist in wins over Albany and Siena ... one of goals was a penalty conversion, second of the season, in Siena victory ... after missing 10 straight games, returned to the lineup for the league tournament ... first time in career did not start after 25 straight appearances dating back to first year ... came close to scoring the equalizer in the second half against top-seed American after beating the goalkeeper one-on-one ... had a tough angle and shot was blocked ... game-high eight shots recorded in 4-0 Albany win.

2002: One of three freshmen to earn starting nod in all 17 games ... tied classmate Leigh Kosco for the lead in goals with eight ... finished first on the team in points (21) ... scored in four straight games ... registerd a point in 11 of 17 games ... scored twice in 7-0 blanking of Howard ... followed with game-winner in 2-0 victory over Stony Brook ... named the MVP of the Stony Brook tournament and to the Military Academies All-Tournament Team ... scored Army's lone tally in 1-1 overtime tie against arch-rival Navy ... goal was just the second of six allowed by the Mids during the regular season ... notched game-winner in 2-1 decision over American as Army clinched the regular-season Patriot League title ... play earned league weekly rookie honors for second time ... topped Army in league games with eight points (3G, 2A) ... tied for sixth in the league in points (1.24 avg.) and shared seventh place in goals (0.47) ... named the league's rookie of the year along with earning first team all-star honors ... picked by NSCAA and Soccer Buzz for Northeast Regional honors ... named to the third team and to All-Freshman Team, respectively.

High School: A midfield and forward for Cumberland Valley High in Mechanicsburg, Pa. ... selected conference player of the year, along with setting school assist mark ... junior year named regional All-America, Commonwealth Division co-player of the year and to the all-state squad ... selected twice for all-conference honors ... named to the Harrisburg Patriot-News Big 11 team twice ... selected by the Sentinel for first team honors ... led team to the Region 1 title in 1998 and 2001 ... twice earned all-state recognition ... led Olympic Development Program team to the national title in 2002 ... member of the Philadelphia Area Girls Soccer League "Super 60" ... also lettered in volleyball.

Personal: Given name is Delaney Pendleton Brown ... born March 3, 1984 ... parents' names are Michael and Kristen Brown ... majoring in International Relations.

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