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#13 Geoff Brown
Position: Left Handed Pitcher
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 188
Year: Senior
Hometown: Mill Creek, Wash.
High School: Jackson
Experience: 3 Letters

PERSONAL
Born in Auburn, Wash. ... son of Brenda Brown ... has a younger brother named Marcus ... majoring in drama.


WASHINGTON
2010: Appeared in 20 games, starting 11 ... took a tough loss vs. Cal State Fullerton on March 21, allowing only one earned run over five and one-third innings ... no decision at Dallas Baptist on March 25 despite allowing just one run on two hits over six innings ... also a solid outing in a no decision April 1 vs. Washington State, allowing two runs on three hits over five and one-third ... picked up the win April 16 at California, surrendering one run on six hits over five and one-third ... started in eight of the nine conference weekends ... spent a third straight summer with the Newport (R.I.) Gulls of the New England Collegiate Baseball League ... went 3-0 with a 1.96 ERA for the Gulls.

2009: Appeared in 31 games, all in relief ... 31 appearances were fourth-most in the Pac-10 and tied for second-most in UW history, only one shy of Brett Merrick's school record of 32 ... picked up first win of the year March 8 at Nevada, when he worked 3.1 innings, allowing on earned runs ... struck out at least one batter in 23 of 31 outings ... got a victory with two innings April 7 vs. Gonzaga ... picked up a victory in his next outing as well, striking out the only batter he faced ... struck out three in one inning of work the following day vs. Cal ... fourth win of the season was April 11 at California, a 2.1-inning outing (no earned runs, two Ks) ... lone save of the year was May 1 at USC, when he worked a perfect ninth, fanning one ... helped lead the Newport (R.I.) Gulls to the New England Collegiate Baseball League title over the summer ... 5-0 with a 1.48 ERA, 38 strikeouts and only eight walks over 31 total innings ... worked the final four innings (no runs allowed) of the championship game.

2008: One of the Huskies' most-often used pitchers during his freshman season, as he was second on the team with 20 appearances ... made 16 appearances out of the bullpen and started four times ... picked up first save March 8 in 5-4 win over Cal Poly ... earned second save in next appearance, working two innings in a 4-1 win over Holy Cross ... got a victory in first college start March 21 vs. Utah Valley, when he allowed only one hit, no runs and no walks over 5.0 innings ... earned a win in relief March 30 at Oregon State, working three innings in a 6-4 win ... no decision in a great outing April 8 vs. Portland ... threw 8.0 scoreless innings that day vs. the Pilots, allowing only two hits while striking out a season-high eight as the UW won, 3-0, on a three-run homer in the ninth ... suffered lone loss of the season in start April 14 at Gonzaga ... pitched in seven Pac-10 games ... played summer ball for the Newport (R.I.) Gulls, helping the team to the championship round of the playoffs ... finished the regular season 4-2 with a 2.23 ERA in 12 appearances ... over 32.1 IP, struck out 38 and allowed only 21 hits (.181 opponent average) ... got the win in only playoff start, allowing one earned run on three hits over six innings.

JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL
Played four years of varsity baseball - two at Kamiak (2004-05) under coach Steve Merckeley and two (2006-07) at Jackson under coach Kirk Nicholson ... helped the 2006 Jackson team to one of the best seasons in state history as the team finished 27-0, won the state 4A title and finished as the No. 2-ranked team in Baseball America's final top-25 poll ... went 10-0 for that state title team his junior year, posting a 0.98 earned run average with 78 strikeouts in 69 innings ... pitched five innings for the win and also hit a two-run homer in the state championship game at Safeco Field ... went 6-2 as a senior, captaining the team to an 18-3 record and a league title ... posted a 0.93 ERA with 83 strikeouts in 45 innings ... named first-team All-WesCo, first-team all-area and second-team all-state as a junior ... one of only three pitchers named first-team 4A all-state as a senior, when he was also first-team All-WesCo as a pitcher and designated hitter and first-team all-area ... selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 23rd round of the 2007 draft.

Geoff Brown's Career Statistics

 

Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK 2008....5.18 2-1 20 4 0 0/1 2 40.0 40 26 23 19 25 6 0 5 177 .261 2 0 0 2009....5.01 4-4 31 0 0 0/1 1 32.1 44 24 18 11 31 6 2 3 163 .319 3 8 0 2010....5.79 1-6 20 11 0 0/0 0 65.1 86 50 42 28 38 19 1 11 311 .321 3 6 0 2011....5.76 1-8 23 10 0 0/1 1 65.2 69 43 42 21 38 15 3 6 280 .284 4 2 0 TOTAL...5.53 8-19 94 25 0 0/3 4 203.1 239 143 125 79 132 46 6 25 931 .298 12 16 0


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