Evan Brown
Evan  Brown


Raleigh, N.C.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 165


In 2008: Played in all 24 games, scored two goals and added eight assists ... Scored a goal and an assist in win over Florida International (8/31) ... Named to Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Week after performance at the Nike Carolina Classic ... Tied a career high with two assists against UNC Greensboro ... Scored the game-winning goal in ACC Tournament quarterfinal against NC State (11/12) ... Assisted on Jamie Franks' game-winning goal against USF (12/6) in NCAA Tournament quarterfinals ... Finished his career ranked sixth in career games played at Wake Forest with 89 ... Drafted by Seattle Sounders FC in the second round of the MLS Draft.

In 2007: One of seven Demon Deacons to play in all 26 games during the 2007 season ... Registered the game-winning goal in Wake's 2-1 overtime victory against No. 20 Old Dominion to open the 2007 season on Aug. 31, earning All-Tournament team honors for the performance (Nike/Carolina Classic) ... Served up two assists in WFU's 3-0 victory over Bradley on Sept. 9 ... Assisted in Austin da Luz's goal in Wake's 2-1 loss to Boston College in the ACC Championship (Nov. 18) ... Helped the squad set a single season shut out record (15) for the second consecutive year.

In 2006: Played in all 25 matches with 12 starts ... Registered lone 2006 assist vs. UNC-Greensboro (Oct.18) ... Had first career start vs. Boston College (Oct. 6) ... One of two sophomores to see action in all 25 games ... Earned team's Most Improved Player award.

In 2005: Saw action in 14 games without a start ... Scored one goal on nine shots ... Tallied one goal in the 4-0 victory over Boston College in the ACC Tournament on Nov. 8 ... Playing time increased as season progressed ... Played in four of the Deacons' final five matches.

Background: Three-year letterwinner at Millbrook HS ... Three-time academy all-conference ... Twice named All-Pac VI Conference ... Earned all-region as a senior ... Earned Most Valuable Player his senior season ... Finished ninth on the all-time Millbrook HS scoring list ... Helped Millbrook to a pair of conference titles and a State Championship appearance ... Plays club soccer for Capital Area Soccer League (CASL) for head coach Bruce Talbot ... Captured four State Championships, a Regional Championship and a National Finals berth ... Captured a pair of Disney Soccer Showcase Titles with former Deacon Steven Curfman.

Personal: Pursuing a degree in business ... Chose Wake Forest over UNC Charlotte, South Carolina, Kentucky and Dartmouth ... Born May 1, 1987 in Raleigh, N.C. ... The son of Jay & Cindy Brown.

Career Stats

NCAA Tennis Central