Caroline  Brown

25Caroline Brown


Hershey, Pa.

High School:



  • 2013-14 1A FAR Academic Excellence Award
  • 2013 Capital One Academic All-America Second Team
  • 2013 Capital One Academic All-District 3 First Team
  • 2013 NSCAA/Continental Tire All-South Region Second Team
  • 2013 Second Team All-SEC
  • 2012 NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Second Team
  • 2012 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
  • 2011 Capital One Academic All-America Third Team
  • 2011 NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Third Team
  • 2011 NSCAA All-South Region Third Team
  • 2011 Capital One Academic All-District III First Team
  • 2011 Second Team All-SEC
  • 2011 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
  • 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
  • Points: 4, 3x, last vs. Samford 8/17/12
  • Assists: 2, 5x, last vs. LSU 10/14/12
  • SOG: 4, vs. William & Mary 8/24/12
  • Goals: 2, 2x last vs. Charlotte 9/9/11
  • Shots: 7, vs. William & Mary 8/24/12
  • Minutes: 110, 5x, last at Missouri 10/27/13

AS A SENIOR (2013)
  • Scored in the 50th minute in 3-0 win at Vanderbilt (10/31)
  • Scored in the 16th minute at Arkansas (10/20)
  • Scored in the 65th minute at No. 16 Kentucky, the 25th goal of her career, tying her with Mick Imgram, Keeley Dowling and Kendyl Michner for seventh place on UT's all-time scoring list.
  • Goal in the 68th minute vs. Ole Miss (10/4) was her 15th career match-winner, tying the program record set by Kylee Rossi (2005-08)
  • Scored the only goal of the game off a penalty kick in the 32nd minute vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20)
  • Scored the match-winner in the 15th minute vs. Dayton (9/6) on a short cross inside the box
  • With goal vs. OU (8/23), became 14th UT player to reach 20 career goals and took sole possession of second place with her 12th career match-winner
  • Scored match-winner in 45th minute vs. Oklahoma (8/23), breaking past a defender and scoring in upper left over the GK

AS A JUNIOR (2012)
  • Named to the 2012 NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Second Team
  • Scored in the 48th minute in UT's 3-2 victory over Georgia (10/25)
  • Had the game-winning assist in Hannnah Wilkinson's overtime goal to beat LSU (10/14)
  • Named MVP of the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Fired three shots (two SOG) in win over VCU (8/26)
  • Scored the game winning PK in overtime to beat William & Mary (8/24) and took career-high seven shots
  • Recorded 2 assists at Western Kentucky (8/19)
  • Scored first goal of the season at the 16th minute against Samford (8/17) and had two assists
  • Was ranked at No. 25 at Top Drawer Soccer's preseason2012 Women's Underclassmen Top 100. Also ranked No. 3 in TDS' Womens' SEC Top 20.
  • 2011 Capital One Academic All-America Third Team
  • 2011 NSCAA Scholar All-South Region 3rd Team
  • 2011 Capital One Academic All-District III First Team
  • 2011 All-SEC Second Team
  • Rated #5 on Top Drawer Soccer's list of its Top 20 SEC Players of 2011 and #67 on the organization's ranking of its Top 100 National Players of 2011
  • Finished first on the Lady Vols in both assists (eight) and match-winners (six) and second in goals (11) and points (30) while starting all 22 matches at forward
  • On Oct. 9, joined Emily Dowd in becoming the first Lady Vol duo to record double-figure goal totals in the same campaign since 1998 and only the second such scoring duo in UT annals
  • Completed the season tied for eighth in points and assists and dead-locked for 10th in goals in Big Orange single-season history
  • Registered one of Tennessee's three shots on frame while playing 70 minutes during the first NCAA Tournament action of her career in the loss to Ohio State (11/12)
  • Beat Georgia (10/29) by blasting home a bad UGA clearance at the 49:41 mark of the Big Orange's 2-0 win
  • Picked up her eighth assist of the year on Amy Harrison's match-winner just 2:33 into the 2-0 victory over #22 Auburn (10/23)
  • Recorded five shots in each match at Kentucky (10/14) and Vanderbilt (10/16)
  • Blasted home the crucial tying goal (her 10th) and assisted as Tennessee rallied from a three-goal deficit to a 4-3 (OT) victory over Ole Miss (10/7)
  • Picked up her sixth assist of the year via Dowd's match-winner at Arkansas (10/2)
  • Assisted on scores by Dowd (22:37) and Alexis Owens (85:11) as UT powered past #6 Florida, 4-2 (9/25)
  • Blasted home the tying goal during the 54th minute of the eventual 2-1 (2OT) loss to South Carolina (9.23)
  • Set the tone just 4:04 into the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)
  • Scored two goals in Tennessee's 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)
  • Picked up her initial two-assist game on Rocky Top by delivering perfect feeds for Emily Dowd during the 2-0 win over MTSU (9/2)
  • chosen to the First Tennessee Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Scored her second penalty kick of the campaign at 34:16 of the match against #18 Texas A&M (8/28)
  • For her match-winning efforts at Kansas and Oklahoma, Brown was honored as the SEC Offensive POW as well as one of eight national "Primetime Performers of the Week" by
  • Proved deadly at Oklahoma (8/21), hurting the Sooners with her first career two-goal match
  • Picked up her first goal of the season via penalty kick at 97:16 in overtime as UT downed Kansas (8/19)
  • Saw action in the midfield in 18 matches with one start versus #24 Arizona State (9/10)
  • Ranked fourth on the Lady Vol squad with eight points on three goals and two assists, while recording 22 total shots, 10 on frame
  • Fired a pair of shots on frame in 60 minutes of work during the 1-0 (OT) loss to LSU (11/4) in the SEC Tournament quarterfinal
  • Drew 39 minutes of action in the midfield during the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)
  • Was chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week for her match-winning heroics at Mississippi State (10/8) and Ole Miss (10/10)
  • Made it two match-winning tallies in a row by scoring at 23:06 to break a tie during the Big Orange's eventual 3-1 triumph at Ole Miss (10/10)
  • Scored her first career SEC goal and, in the process, her initial "golden goal" at 102:22 of UT's 1-0 (2OT) win at Mississippi State (10/8)
  • Recorded an assist on Emily Dowd's second goal during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)
  • Was credited with her first career assist on Dowd's goal at 23:18 of the match at #24 ASU
  • Drew her first collegiate action as a sub and scored her first career goal at 69:42 during the season-opening, 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20)
  • A midfielder out of Hershey, Pa., Brown arrived at Tennessee with numerous accolades in tow
  • Finishing her interscholastic career at Hershey H.S. with a school-record 93 career goals
  • Reaped a No. 58 ranking in Top Drawer Soccer's 2010 National Top 100 Girls and a No. 2 nod on the organization's Region I listings, respectively, as well as a rating as a four-star "Player to Watch"
  • Chosen as one of ESPN/RISE Magazine's Top 2010 Players in the state of Pennsylvania and picked up a selection to the 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Girls High School All-America Team as a forward
  • Helped lead Hershey High School to four consecutive Keystone Division titles
  • Won the '08 & '10 Mid-Penn Conference championships, the 2009 Pennsylvania State semifinals (21-3-1 and NSCAA rating of No. 19) and the 2010 Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) AAA State Championship
  • During her senior campaign, Brown was chosen to the 2010 NSCAA Pennsylvania All-State Team
  • Reaped her third career selection to the Patriot News' "Big 11" Team (2008, 2009, 2010) her senior year
  • Selected as both the Mid-Penn Conference and Keystone Division Player of the Year in '09
  • 2009 NSCAA/adidas High School Girls All-Region II Team status as well as nods to the ESPN/RISE All-American Team as an honorable mention choice
  • was named as the Keystone Division Player of the Year after a junior season that saw her tally a staggering 29 goals and 12 assists
  • Tabbed three times as a Mid-Penn Conference First Team All-Star (2008, 2009, 2010)
  • participated with the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association (EPYSA) Olympic Development Program (ODP) (2003-08) and Region I ODP (2007-08) teams and at the adidas ESP camp in California (2008)
  • Hershey Attack Soccer Club are 2004, 2007 and 2009 State Cup Championships, the 2006 Region I title, the 2009 Disney College Showcase and Discovery Cup titles and the 2006 Region I Premier League crown
  • At Hershey H.S. Brown was a member of both the National Honor Society and National Art Honor Society and the Distinguished Honor Roll
  • Received the school's "Most Athletic Girl" and the Marine Corps' Distinguished Student-Athlete awards
  • Currently enrolled in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at UT with plans on majoring in sports management
  • Holds family ties to Tennessee as her grandfather (Donald Yates), father, mother, sister and brother all possess degrees from Rocky Top
  • Enjoys hobbies including art and photography during her time off the pitch
  • Lists country group Rascal Flatts as her favorite musical artist
  • Has one sister, Rebecca, and a brother, Jonathan
  • Caroline Rose Brown was born Jan. 4, 1992, in Bluefield, W. Va.
  • Her parents are David and Donna Brown
  • Reaped her third career selection to the Patriot News' "Big 11" Team (2008, 2009, 2010) her senior year


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