As a sophomore (2017): Appeared in all 19 games as a long pole defensive midfielder for 2017 National Champions ... carried the American flag out of the tunnel most of the season to honor brother, Derek, serving in the military ... totaled 26 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers, while adding three goals in transition ... scored a goal and had two ground balls at #11 Navy (2/11) ... had a ground ball at St. Joseph's (2/14) ... scored a goal, scooped a ground ball and caused a turnover vs. High Point (2/18) ... had a goal, two ground balls and a caused turnover vs. #8 Yale (2/25) ... posted a ground ball and a caused turnover at #4 Notre Dame (3/4) ... caused a turnover vs. Villanova (3/18) ... had a ground ball at #14 UNC (3/25) and vs. #19 Michigan (4/1) ... had career-high three ground balls and caused a turnover vs. #1 Penn State (4/8) ... had a ground ball and a caused turnover at #5 Albany (4/12) ... caused a turnover at #11 Rutgers (4/16) ... caused a career-high three turnovers and had three ground balls at #7 Ohio State (4/22) ... had a ground ball vs. #8 Johns Hopkins (4/29) ... had two ground balls and a caused turnover in Big Ten semis vs. #8 Penn State (5/4) ... had a ground ball in NCAA quarterfinal vs. #4 Albany (5/21) and in NCAA semifinal vs. #5 Denver (5/27) ... picked up a career-high five ground balls, caused a turnover and held #3 Ohio State (5/29) to six goals in NCAA final win.
As a redshirt freshman (2016): Appeared in 11 games, totaling four ground balls and causing a pair of turnovers ... made collegiate debut against High Point (2/20) and scored his first career goal (the eventual game-winner) ... had a ground ball and caused a turnover at #7 Yale (2/27) ... appeared in Big Ten Tournament semifinals vs. #18 Penn State (5/5) ... appeared in Big Ten Tournament finals vs. #17 Rutgers (5/7) ... picked up a ground ball and caused a turnover in NCAA 1st Round win vs. Quinnipiac (5/15).
As a freshman (2015): Did not see game action due to injury.
Before Maryland: Selected as a the No. 5 recruit our of the state of Massachusetts by studentsports.com … three-year letterwinner for coach Tom Dalicandro at Concord Carlisle Regional High School … first team Eastern Mass. All-American … ESPNBoston Boy's All-State team … Dual County League All-Star … Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic … team captain as a senior … runner-up for ESPN's “Mr. Lacrosse” Award … a three-sport star, also competing in football and hockey … a four-year letterwinner in hockey as a forward … team captain as a senior.
Personal: Son of John and Sarah Brozowski … youngest of four siblings: Derek, Lauren and Kristen.
|Brozowski's Career Statistics|
Brozowski's Career Highs
Groundballs: 5 vs. Ohio State (5/29/17) - NCAA Championship
Caused Turnovers: 3 at Ohio State (4/22/17)
Goals: 1 (4x), last vs. Yale (2/25/17)