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2019-20 Men's Basketball Roster

Mike Martinez
Mike Martinez
Mike Martinez
Terrell Brown - Headshot - MM19 - 1 (Cropped)

3 Terrell Brown

  • Position
  • Height
  • Class
  • Hometown
    Hayward, Calif.
  • High School
    Moreau Catholic HS
  • Previous School
    City College of San Francisco


2020 WAC All-Defensive Team
2019 First-Team All-WAC
2019 WAC All-Tournament Team
2019 NABC First-Team All-District (District)

2019-20 | Maintained his reputation as one of the premier long-range shooters in the WAC through his farewell collegiate campaign...Took part in 27 of the team's 31 games and made 16 appearances in the starting lineup...Averaged 7.4 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 25.9 minutes per game...Shot .347/.333/.733 on the year...Saw his numbers increase in WAC play, averaging 9.9 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.2 assists while playing 27.2 minutes per game...Put up impressive shooting splits of .474/.486/.758 in WAC action...Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in a non-conference setback at UTEP (11/12)...Matched his career-high by dishing out five assists in a non-conference home setback against in-state rival New Mexico (11/21)...Hoisted up a career-high 11 three-point field goal attempts in a non-conference setback to George Mason in the Cayman Classic (11/29)...Amassed a season-high 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting in a WAC home win against Kansas City (1/11)...Set season-highs in free throws made (seven) and free throw attempts (eight) in a WAC win at Seattle U (1/18)...Came up with a season-high three steals during a WAC win at UTRGV (1/25)...Tied his career-high by draining four three-pointers on four occasions, the last of which came in a WAC win at CSU Bakersfield (2/29)...Helped the Aggies capture their third-consecutive WAC regular season title while ending the season in a 19-game winning streak that ranked as the second-longest in the nation. 

2018-19: Helped guide the Aggies to their 22nd NCAA Tournament appearance, second-straight WAC regular-season title and third-straight WAC Tournament title in his first season in the Crimson & White…named First-Team All-WAC and All-Newcomer Team…also garnered NABC First-Team All-District (District 6) honors…finished the regular-season fifth in scoring in the WAC, averaging 16.3 points…while his 2.1 average of 3-pointers made was also good for fifth in the league…leads the team in scoring (11.3 ppg), 3-point field-goals made (66) and free-throw percentage (.776)…scored 13 points on 3-of-5 from deep in his Aggie debut against North Dakota State (11/6)…drop 20 points against Battle of I-25 rival New Mexico (11/17)…posted a season-high 22 points at California Baptist (1/3) with five boards and went 11-of-11 from the line…finished off the streak with six-straight games in double-figures with 19 points and five boards at Utah Valley (1/19) and snapped the UVU home winning-streak…carried the Aggies in the WAC Tournament semifinal game against UT Rio Grande (3/15) with 19 points on 3-of-5 shooting from 3-point land and 6-of-6 from the charity stripe…went 8-of-11 from the free-throw line for 12 points in NCAA Tournament game against #5 Auburn (3/21) with five rebounds.

2017-18 (City College of San Francisco): Helped guide City College of San Francisco to its second California Community College Athletic Association championship in three years…was named the Coast Conference-North MVP and also earned CCCAA All-State Championship Tournament Team honors after leading CCSF to a 33-1 overall record and undefeated mark in conference play (12-0)…started in 28-of-33 games for the Rams while averaging 15.9 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists…was efficient from the floor, posting a .503 shooting clip and .473 clip shooting clip from beyond the arc…tallied double-digit points in all but four games he played in while dropping 20-plus points in 10 games…tallied a career-high 28 points against North Idaho (12/8) on 7-of-10 shooting – all of which came from 3-point range…followed up with a pair of 22 point performances against LA Trade Tech (12/9) and at San Joaquin Delta (12/15).

2016-17 (San José State): After averaging 15.3 minutes in 14 games as a reserve, Brown entered the starting lineup and fueled one of SJSU’s greatest four-game winning streaks in program history over UNLV (twice), New Mexico and San Diego State…finished third on the team in scoring during conference play at 8.9 points per game…averaged 7.2 points, 1.7 assists and 1.6 rebounds in 25 games played with nine starts…career-high 18 points on 7-of-13 shooting at Fresno State (2/15)…career-high five assists to go along with 17 points in San José State’s first win over New Mexico (2/4) in program history…hit the go-ahead basket with 13.1 seconds remaining in the 76-74 win at UNLV (2/11)…hauled in a season-high four rebounds against Utah State (2/22)…played a career-high 39 minutes in the win over San Diego State (2/7), SJSU’s first over the Aztecs since 1999.

High School: A graduate of Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward, Calif., where he played three seasons of varsity basketball…scored 23 points with four three-point baskets in the North Coast Section Division III championship game, which Moreau Catholic won 98-67 over Miramonte High…scored a game-high 23 points to knock off undefeated and nationally No. 16-ranked (MaxPreps) Sacramento High School…a 2015-16 All-Mission Valley Athletic League point guard.

Personal: Son of Hartrel and Alisa Brown...has five older sisters, Cheire, Knekol, Jasmin, Theron and Janes...majoring in individualized studies.


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    6'1" 165 lbs
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    6'1" 170 lbs