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Lexie

Brown

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Guard
Height: 5'9"
Year: Redshirt Senior
City/State: Suwanee, Ga.
High School: North Gwinnett/Maryland

Bio


2016-17 Associated Press All-America
2014-15 Associated Press All-America

Incredibly hard worker ... excellent three-point shooter ... great leader ... vocal ... can play the one, two or three guard positions ... great off the bounce ... was presented with the Iron Blue Devil Belt by Ashleigh Beaver, Duke sport performance coach, after her hard work during the summer of 2016 and redshirt junior year preseason conditioning and workouts.

Career:

Just the 41st player in NCAA history to earn Associated Press honors three different times ... earned AP Third Team All-America in 2016-17 and 2017-18 at Duke and 2014-15 at Maryland becoming the first player in NCAA history to earn the honor at two different schools ... only the third player in NCAA Power Five Conference history to accumulate over 2,000 points, 500 assists, 300 steals and 200 three-pointers (Niesa Johnson (Alabama) and Odyssey Sims (Baylor) ... needed only 81 games at Duke and Maryland combined to reach 1,000 points ... took 12 charges in two seasons at Duke ... one of only three Duke players to register over 60 three-pointers and 100 free throws in a season ... played her first two seasons at the University of Maryland before transferring to Duke ... sat out the 2015-16 season with the Blue Devils ... drained 120 three-pointers in two seasons at Maryland, while scoring 825 points, dishing 310 assists and swiping 127 steals ... started 66-of-70 contests.

ACC Record Book:

Hit 56 straight free throws as a redshirt junior, which was an ACC record.

Duke Career Record Book:

In just two seasons, ranked 22nd in points (1,263), third in scoring average (18.9), ninth in three-point field goals made (142), 10th in three-point field goals attempted (369), second in free throw percentage (.875), tied fourth in assist average (4.1), ninth in steals (218), first in steals average (3.3) and first in minutes per game (34.6) ... notched four games with 30 or more points to rank third ... her 33 games with 20 or more points ranked third.

Duke Single-Season Record Book:

Hit 56 straight free throws, which was a Duke and ACC record, while ranking tied for sixth on the NCAA charts ... drained at least one three-pointer in 29 consecutive games to set a Duke record ... as a senior in 2017-18, ranked fifth in points (641), seventh in field goals attempted (477), seventh in scoring average (19.4), sixth in field goals made (221), eighth in three-point field goals made (69), sixth in three-point field goals attempted (186), ninth in free throws made (130), tied 10th in assists (146), first in steals (122), first in steals average (3.7), tied first in 30-point games (3), fourth in minutes played (1,168) and third in minutes per game (35.3). as a junior in 2016-17, ranked sixth in points (622), 10th in scoring average (18.3), ninth in field goals attempted (430), tied fourth in three-point field goals made (73), seventh in three-point field goals attempted (183), ninth in free throws made (129), second in free throw percentage (92.8), fifth in steals (96), tied sixth in games with 20+ points (16), seventh in minutes played (1,153), tied seventh in minutes per game (33.9) and tied sixth in consecutive games with 20+ points (4) ... hit a three-pointer in 16 straight games to rank tied fourth on Duke’s record books.

As a Senior at Duke (2017-18):

Tri-Captain ... Associated Press and espnW Third Team All-America ... ACC Defensive Player of the Year ... All-ACC First Team (Coaches & Blue Ribbon Panel) ... Citizen Naismith late season team ... Wade Watch mid-season candidate (top 33) ... Nancy Lieberman Award finalist ... Senior CLASS Award finalist ... WBCA All-Region honoree ... Dawn Staley Award mid-season candidate (top 15) ... John R. Wooden Award final ballot ... All-ACC Defensive Team ... Kay Yow Award as the ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... All-ACC Academic Team ... preseason ACC Player of the Year by the Blue Ribbon Panel ... led the ACC in steals (3.7) and ranked second in the league in scoring (19.4) ... averaged 4.4 rebounds and 4.4 assists ... totaled 16 games with 20 or more points to rank third in the ACC and tied sixth on the Duke season charts ... became the second-fastest Blue Devil to reach 1,000 points in only 53 games ... selected ACC Player of the Week three different times (Dec. 11, Dec. 26 and Feb. 26) ... notched a school-record 29 game streak with at least one three-pointer ... was the only active NCAA player to notch 2,000 points, 500 assists, 250 three-pointers and 300 steals ... just the third Blue Devil to notch 100 steals in a season and broke the Duke single-season mark with 122 ... combined to notch 266 steals/assists on the year, which is the third-most in a season at Duke ... tallied 30 points against ninth-ranked Florida State, which was the second most by a Duke player against a top-10 opponent in school history ... her 122 steals were the most by a Power Five Conference player in the NCAA ... was the only ACC player to post five straight games with 20 or more points, which was tied for the fifth longest streak in Duke history ... notched three 30-point contests, which tied a Duke school record ... scored a career-high 34 points as she drained seven three-pointers in a victory against NC State ... had a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds at North Carolina ... took seven charges ... posted a double-double against North Carolina with 22 points and 11 assists ... swiped 16 steals in three NCAA Tournament games ... had a career-high eight steals against Miami and UNC Greensboro ... hit a career-high 11-of-11 free throws versus High Point, which was the second-best percentage in school history.

As a Junior at Duke (2016-17):

One of three captains for along with Rebecca Greenwell and Oderah Chidom ... Associated Press Third Team All-America, WBCA All-Region and espnW Honorable Mention All-America ... WBCA All-America honorable mention honoree ... earned All-ACC honors by both the Blue Ribbon Panel and the league coaches ... All-ACC Defensive Team ... CoSIDA Academic All-America ... Kay Yow Award Winner as the ACC women’s basketball scholar-athlete of the year ... ranked third nationally with a 92.8 free throw percentage, while her 2.82 steals per game ranked 23rd ... averaged 19.3 points and 5.3 rebounds in the ACC Tournament, receiving All-ACC Tournament first team honors ... a Naismith Top 30 honoree for National Player of the Year ... finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award ... in the ACC stats, ranked fourth in scoring (18.3), tied ninth in assists (3.9), first in free throw percentage (92.8), tied sixth in three-point field goal percentage (39.9), third in steals (2.8), tied ninth in three-point field goals made (2.1) and 13th in assist/turnover ratio (1.4) ... Dawn Staley Award Midseason list ... “Wade Watch” Midseason candidate for National Player of the Year ... USBWA Ann Meyers Drysdale Watch List and Naismith Watch list ... selected ACC Player of the Week on January 23 ... for the season, averaged 18.3 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.8 steals and 3.9 assists ... her 18.3 scoring average was the highest for a first-year player in Duke history ...   became the fourth Blue Devil to collect 200 made field goals and over 100 assists in a season ... CoSIDA Academic All-District III ...in ACC games only, ranked fifth in scoring (18.7), ninth in assists (3.8), 13th in field goal percentage (49.8), second in free throw percentage (94.2), second in steals (2.7), sixth in three-point field goal percentage (40.9), tied seventh in three-point field goals made (2.3) and tied ninth in assist/turnover ratio ... hit 92.8 percent from the free throw line, which ranked second in the Blue Devil record charts and third in ACC history ... collected 16 games with 20+ points and added a career-high 32 points against Old Dominion ... against 12 ranked opponents, averaged 17.4 points and hit 28 three-pointers ... averaged 18.7 points in 16 ACC contests, which was 40.09 percent of Duke’s offense ... collected 20 or more points in four straight contests against Virginia Tech (29), Boston College (22), Notre Dame (22) and Wake Forest (28) ... registered her first collegiate double-double against Pepperdine with 14 points and a career-high 12 assists ... her 16 games with 20+ points ranked third in the ACC.

As a Sophomore at Maryland (2014-15):

Associated Press Third Team All-America ... All-Big Ten First Team ... All-Big Ten Defensive Team ... WBCA All-Region Team ... Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player ... Wooden Award Preseason Top 30  list ... Naismith Player of the Year semifinalist ... Nancy Lieberman Award Watch List ... Academic All-Big Ten selection ... a two-time Big Ten Player of the Week honor roll selection (Jan. 12, Feb. 2) ... started all 36 contests while leading Maryland to the NCAA Final Four ... averaged 13.3 points, 4.5 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 2.2 steals ... drained 69 three-pointers, while hitting 34.5 percent from downtown ... ranked 64th nationally with a 4.5 assists per game average and 56th in free throw percentage (83.0) ... totaled six games with 20 or more points, including a season-high 27 points against Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament ... drained at least one three-pointer in 33 games, including a season-high five against Princeton in the NCAA Tournament ... hit two or more three-pointers in 20 contests and had a streak of 17 games with at least one three-pointer made ... dished a season-high 10 assists at Penn State ... registered seven steals in three different games ... in the Big Ten stats, ranked 25th in scoring (13.3), fifth in assists (4.5), fifth in free throw percentage (83.0), tied for fifth in steals (2.2), tied for 11th in three-point field goals made per game (1.9) and sixth in assist/turnover ratio (1.7).

As a Freshman at Maryland (2013-14):

All-ACC Freshman team selection ... NCAA Tournament All-Region ... Nancy Lieberman Award Watch List ... All-ACC Academic Team ... a preseason ACC Newcomer Watch List ... started 30-of-34 contests as a rookie ... averaged 10.1 points, 4.3 assists, 1.9 rebounds and 1.4 steals ... helped guide the Terrapins to an NCAA Final Four appearance ... netted double-figure scoring in 17 games, including the final six contests of the season ... scored a career-high 31 points at Syracuse as she drained a career-high seven three-pointers in only eight attempts ... netted 21 points against Army, 20 points versus Louisville in the NCAA Tournament and 20 points at N.C. State ... sank 51 three-pointers for a 36.7 percentage ... hit at least

one three-pointer in 24 contests ... had a streak of eight games with at least one three-pointer ... dished a season-high nine assists at Georgia Tech.

Rankings:

No. 8 (Collegiate Girls Basketball Report), No. 13 (All Star Girls Report), No. 15 (Blue Star Report), No. 15 (ESPN HoopGurlz)

2012 U.S. Women’s U18 National Team: 

Helped lead the squad to a perfect 5-0 record at the 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Gurabo, Puerto Rico ... played in all five games, while averaging 5.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.0 assists ... hit four three-pointers.

High School/AAU: 

McDonald’s and WBCA All-America ... averaged 18.4 points, 6.9 assists, 5.1 steals and 4.9 rebounds per game as a senior in 2012-13 ... led the Bulldogs (30-2) to the Class 5-A state championship game ... named an All-America honorable mention by MaxPreps ... named the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Class 5-A All-State First Team and the Georgia Region 7-AAAAA Player of the Year as a sophomore and a junior ... named the Gwinnett County Player of the Year as a junior ... in 2012, recorded a triple-double with 12 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in a victory over Mill Creek that sent North Gwinnett to the state semifinals for the first time since 1963 ... the Bulldogs lost in the semis and finished 26-4 ... played her freshman season at Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla. and was named to the All-Central Florida First Team ...  played for Omar Cooper with the AOT AAU team and Bryan Sellers for North Gwinnett.

Personal:

Full name is Lexie Kiah Brown ... born October 27, 1994 in Boston, Mass. ... daughter of Dee and Tammy Brown ... has two sisters, Alyssa (20) and Alanni (15), and one brother, Anakin (12) ... her father, Dee, played at Jacksonville (1986-90), then for the Boston Celtics (1990-98), Toronto Raptors (1998-2000) and Orlando Magic (2000-02) in the NBA ... he also won the 1991 NBA Dunk Contest...her father is currently General Manager of the Agua Caliente Clippers and Director of Player Programs with the Los Angeles Clippers ... he also spent time on the staff of the Sacramento Kings (2013-16) and was an assistant with the Detroit Pistons (2011-13) ... he was also the head coach of the Orlando Miracle (2002) ... mother, Tammy, played college basketball as well at American International (1989-92) ... Brown was an ACC Honor Roll selection in 2013-14 (at Maryland) and 2016-17 (at Duke) ... received a degree in sociology along with a markets and management certificate from Duke in May of 2017 ... graduated from the Duke Fuqua School of Business for 2018.

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