Left-handed attacker who gives Terps powerful threat on the right side ... excels as both an attacker and blocker ... one of the most prolific blockers in program history ... Preseason All-ACC selection ... team co-captain who leads on and off the court ... outstanding student.
AS A JUNIOR (2007)
Played in 115 games and all 31 matches ... led Terps in blocks with 144 total, including 134 block assists, the seventh-best single-season total in school history ... finished third in kills with 248 total and 2.16 per game ... had 10 matches with double-digit kills ... named to the ACC All-Academic Team ... made all-VCU Invitational Team, combing for 48 kills and 23 blocks in three matches ... hit .667 against Boston College (10/16), converting 14 of 21 attack attempts ... season-high 16 kills at Georgia Tech (10/19) ... season-high 11 blocks vs. South Carolina (9/1) ... recorded three service aces in matches against Southern Miss (8/25) and New Hampshire (9/8).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2006)
Played in 114 games and 30 of the Terrapins' 31 matches ... second on the team with 115 blocks during the 2006 season, eight solo and 107 block assists ... 235 kills and 661 total attacks, both third on the team ... 73 blocks during ACC play, second on the team ... reached double digits in kills in 11 matches ... averaged 2.06 kills per game ... led the team with 11 kills at Miami (9/24) and against Virginia (9/30) ... had a season-high 12 kills against Long Island (9/15) ... season-high .450 hitting percentage in the Terps' 3-0 victory over Albany (9/8).
AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2005)
Played in 120 games and 33 matches in her first season ... recorded third highest number of blocks during 2005 with 123, eight solo and 115 block assists ... registered 203 kills and 517 total attacks ... notched four games in which she reached double digit figures in kills ... averaged almost 1.7 kills per game in matches ... played first-career NCAA Tournament matches against Kentucky (12/2) and Louisville (12/4), tallying seven kills and ten blocks ... posted career-high 16 kills against Wake Forest for a .583 hitting percentage (11/12) ... had a streak of 11 matches in which she had at least five kills ... recorded seven blocks against Miami (10/28) ... played in her first collegiate match at Marshall (9/2) and notched seven kills, three digs, two block assists and a solo block.
AS A FRESHMAN (2004)
Graduated from James Madison High School in Vienna, Va., in 2004 ... lettered three seasons for the Warhawks, including the 2003 team that posted an 18-3 overall record ... named James Madison's Female Athlete of the Year ... the 2003 District Player of the Year after averaging 3.35 kills per game (251 total) ... first team all-region, second team all-metro and second team all-state in 2003 ... led her team in kills and blocks as a senior ... selected the 2003 district tournament's most valuable player ... first team all-district in 2002 ... also lettered four seasons in basketball and left James Madison as the eighth all-time leading scorer with 1,177 career points ... was a two-time basketball District Player of the Year and first team all-region selection ... served as student body president at James Madison and was a member of the National, Math and Spanish Honor Societies.
Mary Elizabeth Brown ... daughter of Terry and Greg Brown, who both graduated from Maryland ... has a brother, Patrick ... chose Maryland because of the atmosphere, players and coaches ... recruited to play basketball by Lehigh, William & Mary and Boston ... has already graduated with a degree in business, marketing, logistics, transportation and supply chain management.
Brown's Career Statistics
Year M G K E TA PCT A SA DIG BS-BA TB
Brown's Career Highs
Kills: 16, twice (last at Georgia Tech, 10/19/07)