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#4 Lexie Brown
Position: Guard
Height: 5'9"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Suwanee, Ga.
High School: North Gwinnett
Experience: High School
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Brown Photos

 

  • ACC All-Freshmen Team (BRP, 2014)
  • NCAA Tournament All-Region Team (2014)
  • Lieberman Award Watch List (2014)
  • ACC Newcomer Watch List (BRP, 2013)
  • ACC All-Academic Team (2014)

 

Frese on Brown: “We’re looking forward to a terrific season from Lexie. We all got to watch her grow last year as the season went on. She played a lot of minutes in pressure-packed games, and stayed poised at the point for us. She became ‘Big Shot Brown’ in critical moments and it’s great to know we have players ready for prime time. All that experience will be very valuable moving forward.”

As a Freshman (2013-14): Named to All-ACC Freshman Team by the Blue Ribbon Panel and league’s head coaches...also named to the All-ACC Academic Team...voted to the Blue Ribbon Panel’s ACC Newcomer Watch List and one of two freshmen in the nation named to the Nancy Lieberman Award Watch List in January...started in 30 games...hit three threes in 32 minutes played for 11 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists in career debut at USF (Nov. 8)...had 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, no turnovers, a block and a steal vs. #1 UConn (Nov. 15)...made first career start  vs. George Washington and had 7 assists with just 2 turnovers and 6 points (Nov. 19)...dished 3 assists with no turnovers at Towson (Nov. 23)...dished 6 assists with 7 points in win over Drexel (Nov. 25)...added career-high eight assists with 5 points and a steal in 21 minutes vs. Texas Southern in San Juan Shootout (Nov. 29)...went 5-for-11 from the field with 2 threes and 4-for-5 from the line for career-high 16 points vs. Ohio in Puerto Rico (Nov. 30)...despite early foul trouble, hit a key three down the stretch in win over Ohio State in Big Ten/ACC Challenge and finished with 5 points, 5 assists and 2 steals (Dec. 4)...added 10 points with 2 boards, 5 assists and 3 steals vs. Siena (Dec. 9)...hit three threes for 11 points with 3 assists, a block and a steal vs. Delaware State (Dec. 14)...missed Wofford game due to a death in the family (Dec. 28)...dished 5 assists with 1 turnover, 2 rebounds and 7 points vs. Charleston (Dec. 29)...hit a three for 12 points with 6 assists and just 2 turnovers in win at #10 North Carolina (Jan. 5)...dished 6 assists with 2 turnovers and a steal in 18 minutes vs. Wake Forest (Jan. 9)...hit two key threes that put Terps ahead for good in team’s win over Georgia Tech...finished with 15 points, 2 assists and 3 rebounds in win (Jan. 15)...hit 2 quick buckets to start the Terps’ second half run, then hit key buckets down the stretch for 9 points with 3 assists vs. #2 Notre Dame (Jan. 27)...hit 4 threes for a career-high 20 points with 5 rebounds, 5 assists and no turnovers in 39 minutes at #18 NC State (Jan. 30)...went 7-for-8 from outside the arc for 31 points with 7 assists and 3 steals in 32 minutes at Syracuse (Feb. 2)...went 3-3 from the field with 2 threes for 9 points with 2 boards, 2 steals and 3 assists vs. Pittsburgh (Feb. 6)...added 5 points with 2 steals and 3 assists vs. Clemson (Feb. 9)...hit 2 threes early in second half for 9 pointd with 3 assists, a block and a steal at Miami (Feb. 13)...scored 13 points with 2 assists and 2 steals at #7 Duke (Feb. 17)...went 6-9 from the field for 14 points with 3 boards, 5 assists and 3 steals vs. Florida State (Feb. 20)...added 8 points with career-high 9 assists with a career-high 5 steals and just 3 turnovers at Georgia Tech (Feb. 23)...hit  4 threes, all in a key first half run, for 12 points with 6 assists and 1 turnover at Boston College (Feb. 27)...added 9 points with 5 assists and a steal vs. Virginia Tech (March 2)...hit two key buckets to cut Terps’ quarterfinals game vs. #12 UNC to 1 point with less than 2 minutes to go...finished with 10 points and 4 assists (March 7)...went 9-for-11 from the field with three threes and five assists for 21 points vs. Army in NCAA First Round win (March 23)...scored 8 of her 10 points and all 5 assists in the second half of win over Texas in NCAA Second Round (March 25)...added 14 points with 2 boards and 5 steals vs. #3 Tennessee in NCAA Sweet Sixteen (March 30)...went 9-10 from the foul line for 20 points with 6 boards and 4 assists in NCAA Elite Eight win at #4 Louisville (April 1)...added 11 points and 8 assists in Final Four game vs. #2 Notre Dame (April 6).

Before Maryland: Ranked No. 15 in Blue Star Report's rankings...the No. 3 point guard and No. 15 overall recruit in the 2013 class according to ESPN's HoopGurlz....averaged 18.4 points, 6.9 assists, 5.1 steals and 4.9 rebounds per game as a senior in 2012-13...led the Bulldogs (30-2) to the Class AAAAAA state championship game...named a McDonald's All-American and a WBCA High School All-American...won gold with the US Under-18 Team at the FIBA World Championships...named an All-American honorable mention by Maxpreps...named the Atlanta Journal Constitution's Class AAAAA All-State First Team and the Georgia Region 7-AAAAA Player of the Year as a sophomore and a junior...named the Gwinnett County Player of the Year as a junior...in 2012, recorded a triple-double with 12 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in a victory over Mill Creek that sent North Gwinnett to the state semifinals for the first time since 1963...the Bulldogs lost in the semis and finished 26-4...played her freshman season at Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla. and was named to the All-Central Florida First Team... father is Dee Brown, who played in the NBA (1999-02) for the Celtics, Raptors and Magic...he has coached in the WNBA and is currently an assistant with the Detroit Pistons...played for Omar Cooper with the AOT AAU team and Bryan Sellers for North Gwinnett.

 Personal: Lexie Brown...daughter of Tammy and Dee Brown...has three siblings, Alyssa, Alanni and Anakin...father, Dee, played at Jacksonville, then for the Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors and Orlando Magic...he also won the 1991 NBA Dunk Contest...father is currently an assistant coach with the Sacramento Kings...mother played college basketball as well...committed when she first came to Elite camp after ninth grade...came to Maryland because the atmosphere is incredible, it’s one of the most fun places she’s ever been  to, the coaching staff is unbelievable, especially Coach B...committed prior to seriously looking at other schools...finance major.

BROWN'S CAREER HIGHS

  Career
Points 31 at Syracuse (2/2/14)
Rebounds 6 (2X) last at #4 Louisville (4/1/14)
FGM 11 at Syracuse (2/2/14)
FGA 15 at #7 Duke (2/17/14)
3FGM 7 at Syracuse (2/2/14)
3FGA 9 at #18 NC State (1/30/14)
FTM 9 at #4 Louisville (4/1/14)
FTA 10 at #4 Louisville (4/1/14)
Assists 9 at Georgia Tech (2/23/14)
Blocks 1 (7X) last at Miami (2/13/14)
Steals 5 (2X) last vs. #3 Tennessee (3/30/14)
Minutes 39 at #18 NC State (1/30/14)

MISCELLANEOUS STATS

  2013-14  Season Career
Double-Figure Scoring 17 17
Games with 5+ assists 18 18
Games with a three 24 24

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