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Mike Brown
Mike Brown

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Portage, Mich.

High School:
Portage Central

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160

Position:
RH

Birthdate:
07/11/1983


2004-05: Started out junior season playing at the No. 4 spot where he went 4-0 ... Earned a win against then ranked #65 New Mexico, defeating Derick Lynch, 6-0,6-1 ... Won a dual match victory against Northern Illinois and Wright State in both singles and doubles.

2003-04: Key contributor as a sophomore by notching 11 singles and 17 doubles wins ... Won at least one singles match at Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 6 ... Picked up the first Big Ten dual match victories of his career after defeating Iowa and Minnesota in singles and Iowa and Northwestern in doubles (both with Michael Flowers) ... Earned his other 15 doubles triumphs with Anthony Stefani, including a 4-0 record at the Michigan Invitational.

2002-03: Won first ever collegiate matches Sep. 27, in singles against Valparaiso and doubles with Anthony Stefani against Butler, both at the Ball State Invitational ... Went 2-1 in dual match competition, claiming wins vs. Wright State and Dayton ... Teamed up with Stefani to reach the finals of the C Division of the BSU Invite ... Joined Adam Hourani and Chris Mitchell for 1-0 doubles records.

Pre-MSU: State finalist as a junior and senior, semifinalist as a sophomore and quarterfinalist as a freshman as Portage Central High School's No. 1 singles player ... All-Conference, All-State and letter honors all four years ... Ranked No. 1 in Michigan in 2001 ... Compiled an 89-17 career record for the Mustangs ... Participated at the National Clay Courts, National Indoors and the National Hard Courts ... Won the Boys 18's Doubles National Open Tournament in 2001.

Personal: Born July 11, 1983, in Germany ... He is the son of Shawn and Karin Brown ... Enjoys skiing, wakeboarding and golfing ... Biggest tennis influence is Gustavo Kuerten because of his groundstrokes and his personality on the court ... He is a no-preference major.

Brown's Career Numbers
Singles	Overall	  Dual	Conf.	Tour.	Doubles	  Overall	   Dual	Conf.	Tour.
2002-03	    4-6	   2-1	  ----	  2-5	2002-03	      8-3	    3-1	  ----	  5-2
2003-04	  11-10	   9-5	  2-3	  2-5	2003-04	    17-18	  12-15	 2-10	  5-3
Total	  15-16	  11-6	  2-3	 4-10	Total	    25-21	  15-16	 2-10	 10-5

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