Amanda Elise Brown ... skilled and athletic guard ... can play either the "1" or the "2" ... confident player ... strong offensive player who can score, penetrate and create shots for others ... has a scorer's mentality ... possesses outstanding speed ... quick release ... able to shoot over taller defenders from outside or inside ... member of 2007-08 Preseason All-Patriot League Team.
2007-08: Co-captain ... named to Preseason All-Patriot League team along with teammate Hope Foster ... named to Patriot League All-Tournament team along with teammates Kesha Champion and Lauren Schober ... finished season ranked 20th on the Bucknell career scoring list with 934 points and third on the university's career 3-point FG made list with 115 ... made three 3 pointers in the first round of the Patriot League Tournament at Army, putting her among the top 10 on the single-season record list for three-point field goals ... ranked in the top 10 in the Patriot League in four statistical categories, including first in 3-point field goal percentage (.417), seventh in field goal percentage (.399), eighth in 3-point field goals made (35) and ninth in scoring (11 ppg) ... led the Bison in scoring in 11 games ... also led the Bison in assists in six games ... averaged nearly 32 minutes per game and played at least 40 minutes three times ... was second on the team in 3-point field goals made and attempted (84) behind teammate Lauren Schober in both categories ... her 35 made 3-pointers places her 10th on the Bucknell single-season records list ... was 12-for-17 (.706) from the free-throw line ... scored a career-high 23 points against George Mason ... connected on five of eight 3-pointers (.625) in the February matchup at Holy Cross ... her five successful free throws at Holy Cross marks a career best ... one of three Bison (Kesha Champion and Kristina Collymore) to have a positive assist-to-turnover ratio ... equaled her career high in field goals made with nine versus George Mason and Loyola (Md.) ... also set a new career high in field goals attempted (22) against George Mason ... missed seven games due to injury ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2006-07: Named First Team All-Patriot League along with teammate Hope Foster ... second on team in scoring with 12.2 points per game ... finished eighth in the Patriot League in scoring ... netted double figures in 13 straight games during Patriot League play ... saw scoring average raise from 9.9 to 12.7 during that span ... tallied league-best 16.1 points per game during Patriot League play ... named Damon's Bison Athlete of the Week on Jan. 8 following 22-point performance in Patriot League opener against Navy ... equaled career high of 22 points on two occasions ... averaged 13.5 points while in starting lineup, 8.4 coming off the bench ... started all but one game after Jan. 6 ... made at least three 3-pointers in a game 10 times ... finished season with 56 to rank fourth on Bison single-season list ... made 42.1 percent of 3-pointers to rank second in Patriot League ... was 14-for-25 from 3-point range during a four-game midseason stretch ... made at least one 3-pointer in final 14 games ... connected on at least one 3-pointer in 26 of 31 games ... attempted 133 3-pointers, the fourth-highest total in Bucknell single-season history ... did not grab an offensive rebound until season's seventh game, but finished with 23 ... rebounded well from the guard position, averaging 3.4 per game ... hauled in at least six rebounds in a game five times during Patriot League play ... posted 22 points and season-high eight rebounds vs. American ... averaged better than four rebounds per game during Patriot League play ... led the team and the Patriot League with 58 steals ... posted 12 steals in the season's first three games, including five twice ... finished second on the team with 79 assists ... tallied at least one assist in 28 of 31 games ... one of only two Bison (Kesha Champion) to have a positive assist-to-turnover ratio ... played 40 minutes in a game five times, including three of the final four games of the season ... was one minute shy of reaching 1,000 minutes played ... turned the ball over no more than two times in a game over season's final 12 contests ... finished with 57 turnovers ... only one of the five other players who started at least 15 games had fewer miscues.
2005-06: Named to Patriot League All-Rookie Team along with classmate Lauren Schober ... broke into starting lineup at turn of calendar year ... came off bench first 11 games of season ... started next 15 straight before returning to "sixth-man" role final three contests ... led team to 10-5 record while in starting lineup ... first Bison freshman to net 20 points since Lindsey Hollobaugh scored 20 in 2004 Patriot League Tournament ... two-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week (1/3, 1/9) ... named Bison Athlete of the Week (12/19) ... 15 double-figure scoring games ... fourth on team in scoring with 9.7 points per game ... 10th in Patriot League with 2.66 assists per game ... scored career-high 22 points on 9-for-15 shooting at Buffalo ... tallied efficient 21 points on 6-for-8 shooting, including 4-for-4 from 3-point range, in 88-51 win at Navy in first career Patriot League contest ... had solid outing with 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists in 18-point victory at Colgate ... pulled down season-high seven rebounds on four occasions ... turned ball over just twice over season's final five games ... second on team with 77 assists ... one of three Bison with positive assist-to-turnover ratio ... led team with 290 field goal attempts ... ranked ninth on Bucknell's single-season list for 3-point attempts with 88 at conclusion of year.
High School/Personal: Averaged 20.0 ppg, 4.0 apg and 3.0 spg as a senior at L.V. Berkner High School ... All-Metro Dallas selection ... district MVP ... shot better than 80 percent from free throw line as a senior ... named one of three best guards in the metro-Dallas area ... National Honor Society member ... majoring in economics ... daughter of Ann and John Brown ... born Feb. 23, 1987.