Three-time All-American selected for the 2009 USA Diving World Selection Camp where he competed on the 10-meter platform 2011 Big Ten runner-up in 3-meter seven-time Big Ten finalist competed for Team USA at the 2007 World University Games in Bangkok, Thailand in three-meter synchronized diving finished sixth in the event with teammate Sean Moore earned spot on Team USA after finishing sixth in the three-meter synchro event at the U.S. Senior Nationals finished eighth in the overall men's competition at the 2008 Kaiser Permanente National Championships in Pasadena where he paired with Cole Young to place second on the 10-meter platform synchro event took 10th on the 10-meter and third in the 3-meter synchro competition platform and 14th on both springboard events school record holder on the platform with a score of 422.00 and the 3-meter board (419.60) also ranks second all-time on the 1-meter (369.80).
2010-11 SENIOR SEASON:
Became Minnesota's first two-time All-American diver since 2001
finished 13th on the 3-meter board (364.80) and 16th on the platform
(329.10) Big Ten runner-up on the 3-meter board with a school record of 419.60 points placed third from the platform with a score of 386.05 won the 1-meter and 3-meter against Iowa won the 1-meter at the Georgia Invitational also placed third in 3-meter and platform won the 1-meter and 3-meter at the Minnesota Challenge finished second from both boards against Missouri letterwinner.
2009-10 JUNIOR SEASON:
Minnesota's first All-American diver since 2007 finished 13th on the 1-meter with a finals score of 367.55 suffered injury during 3-meter competition and was unable to finish competition earned an NCAA berth by finishing fifth on the platform and 3-meter and sixth on the 1-meter at the Zone D Championships in College Station, Texas piled up 762.25 points over the two lists on the 3-meter finalist in all three events at the Big Ten Championships posted a third-place showing on the 1-meter with a score of 369.80 to set a new career-high placed sixth on the 3-meter with a finals tally of 395.70 and sixth on the platform with a finals score of 382.95 opened the season with a win on the 3-meter in dual meet with Wisconsin won the 3-meter the following week at Iowa letterwinner.
2008-09 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Finaled twice at the Big Ten Championships finished seventh on the 1-meter springboard with a finals score of 331.65 (career-best) posted a sixth-place finish on the 3-meter board with a solid finals tally of 389.30 also scored on the platform by finishing 10th with a score of 376.10 finished in the top 10 in all three events at the NCAA Zone C meet, narrowly missing a berth at the NCAA Championships took fourth place on the platform with a two-list score of 761.35 also finished 10th on the 1-meter and 3-meter springboards won four events during the regular season registered a then-career high score of 354.38 to win the 3-meter event at North Carolina swept the springboard events to help Minnesota defeat Iowa on Nov. 7 won the 3-meter and platform at the Minnesota Diving Invitational set a new school record on the 3-meter with a score of 395.70 placed third on the platform, seventh on the 3-meter and ninth on the 1-meter at the Ohio State Invitational letterwinner.
2007-08 FRESHMAN SEASON:
Took second on the 1-meter and 3-meter boards against Florida won the platform title at the Minnesota Invitational, scoring a 330.675, which ranks as the second-best six-dive total in school history racked up a sore of 343.80 on the 3-meter in dual meet with Arizona State on Jan. 19, a score that ranks ninth all-time at Minnesota led Minnesota with a third place finish on the 3-meter board at the Hoosierland Open also finished seventh on the 1-meter and fifth on the platform suffered an injury that kept him out of the Big Ten Championships letterwinner.
A 2007 graduate of Grandview High School (Colo.) was a Senior National qualifier, an AAU National champion and a high school All-American finished first on the 1-meter at the Junior Spring Regionals and second on the 3-meter went on to sixth on the 3-meter and seventh on the 1-meter at Junior Nationals and advanced to the finals in two events at the US Open achieved Senior National qualifying scores in two events as well won the AAU National title on the 1-meter in 2006 and took sixth on the 3-meter named a NISCA High School All-American in 2006 after placing third at the Colorado State meet on the 1-meter placed eighth as a sophomore and ninth as a freshman holds the Grandview school record for six and 11 dives.
Majoring in business and marketing education son of Kreg and Nita Brown father played baseball at Missouri lists greatest sports thrill as competing at the 2007 Summer World University Games in Bangkok, Thailand born December 10, 1988.
Brown's Top Scores:
1-meter 369.80 2/25/10
3-meter 419.60 2/25/11
Platform 422.00 3/15/09