Senior - 2010 & 2011 Season
Sat out the entire 2010 and 2011 seasons due to a knee injury suffered during the 2010 PDL season • Made Dean's List Fall 2011
Junior - 2009 Season
Named All-ACC Second Team • Appeared in 21 games, starting 20 in the midfield • Finished the year with five goals, three assists and 13 points • Scored the lone goal in a 1-0 overtime win over Virginia Oct. 2 • Provided a pair of goals including the game winner against Evansville Sept. 6 • Assisted on the lone goal in the third round of the NCAA Tournament win over Indiana Nov. 29 • Put three shots on frame in three different games • Notched three goals in ACC play • Scored the game winner against Duke Sept. 18 • Tallied 46 shots with 22 on goal • Posted 12 points in first 13 games.
Sophomore - 2008 Season
Playmaking midfielder jump-started the Carolina attack in 2009 • Started 23 of 24 games • Finished fifth on the team with 11 points on three goals and five assists • Tallied five points over the final eight games of the season • Assisted on Billy Schuler’s game-winner against Jacksonville in the NCAA second round Nov. 25 • Netted goals in back-to-back regular season games against fellow College Cup sides Wake Forest and Maryland • Scored the lone goal at No. 4 Maryland Nov. 7 • Staked Carolina to an early lead with a first-half score against No. 1 Wake Forest Nov. 1 • Also scored versus UNC Asheville Sept. 30 and picked up assists against East Tennessee State, NC State, South Carolina and VCU • Fired 35 shots, putting 15 on goal • Ranked fourth among all Olympic sports male athletes in the SuperRam competition, which measures overall performance by the UNC strength and conditioning staff.
Freshman - 2007 Season
Saw action in 19 games and made four starts in the midfield • Finished with six points coming from three goals • Scored first career goal with a juke around the goal keeper in 43rd minute in a 1-1 tie against Old Dominion Sept. 2 • Member of Carolina Nike Classic All-Tournament Team for his efforts • Also scored in a 7-1 win against Liberty Oct. 2 • Final goal came in a 2-1 loss at No. 4 Virginia Oct. 6 in the 75th minute • Took 15 shots on the season • Put six shots on goal • Named one of “100 Freshmen to Keep An Eye On” by College Soccer News • Member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team pool.
Prep - Naaman Forest High School
Two-time Parade All-America selection (2006 and 2007) out of Naaman Forest High School • Also named to the NSCAA/adidas Youth All-America teams in 2005 and 2006 • Rated the nation’s No. 1 midfielder by Student Sports Magazine • Gained a wealth of international experience with the U.S. National Team youth squads • Named to player pool for 2005 Under-17 World Cup in Peru • In 44 career games at Naaman Forest tallied 98 points on 36 goals and 26 assists • Played club soccer with Solar Soccer Club • Helped team to 23 first-place finishes and three national finals • Ranks as the club’s career scoring leader with 154 goals and 275 assists • Played with the Texas and Region III ODP team for five years • Honors student at Naaman Forest • Member of the Student Leadership Council and the National Honor Society in 2006 • Texas Scholar from 2004-07.
Cameron Lee Brown is the son of John and Pam Brown • Born March 20, 1989, in Dallas • Has three brothers and one sister • Majoring in exercise and sport science at Carolina • Hopes to pursue a career in soccer.
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