USC defeats Florida State 2-0 to become national champions
Lauren Brown enters her final season at Troy as a proven scorer and playmaker on the front lines.
2006 JUNIOR SEASON
Brown was USC's second leading scorer as a junior, generating 12 points on four goals and four assists... She had a team-high three game-winning goals (vs. UC Irvine on Aug. 27, vs. San Diego on Sept. 22 and vs. ASU on Oct. 20... Fourth goal was against Drake on Sept. 8... Received All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention... Started 15 games, appearing in all 21 in the season.
2005 SOPHOMORE SEASON
Brown scored three goals on just six shots taken for USC before being sidelined by a facial fracture suffered against Penn State on Sept. 11... She scored her first career goals in a two-goal performance on Aug. 28 against Indiana... Also had an assist in that match... Scored her third goal the next game against UC Irvine.... Returned for two Pac-10 matches to finish with seven appearances on the year... Received Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention.
2004 FRESHMAN SEASON
Brown played in all 19 games for the Trojans in her first season at USC... Took 11 shots -- six on goal -- and dished out a pair of assists... Both assists in 2004 came in one-goal victories for USC, first against Rutgers (3-2) on Sept. 5 and then at UC Irvine (2-1) on Sept. 26.
Brown earned All-Sierra League first team honors three time at St. Lucy's Priory High... She was named the league's Most Valuable Player her junior year... An All-CIF first team selection her senior year and was selected to the third team as a sophomore and junior... Played club for the OJSC Nitemares... Spent three years as a state pool player.
Brown is majoring in health promotion and disease prevention... Parents are Nate and Gail... Has one brother, Josh... Lists Michael Jordan as her biggest sports hero... Favorite movies are `Remember the Titans' and `Love and Basketball'... Birthdate is March 5, 1986.