0 - Jerry Brown
Jerry Brown
Height: 6-7
Weight: 220
Year: Senior
Hometown: Richmond, Calif.
High School: Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep
Previous College: Fresno State
Position: Forward

Recorded SCU’s only double-double game of season (3rd career) with 16 pts. and 10 reb. vs. San Jose St. (11/12/13) ... played in all 33 games (127 career) with 17 starts ... started 12 straight games from 11/29 to 1/2 ... starter as part of Senior Day vs. St. Mary’s (2/22) scoring 5 pts. to reach 750 career and did not grab a rebound for the only time this season ... 50% or better from the field in 23 of 33 games making 40 of 58 FGA (69%) over last 15 GP and was the only player to shoot above 50% (58.0) for the season ... scored 12 pts. vs. UOP in WCC tournament win (3/6), his 10th game with 10+ this season and his highest total since scoring 13 at UNLV on 12/22, a span of 20 GP ... collected his 500th career rebound at BYU (2/6) and led team with 5.5 rpg ... scored 5 points vs. St. Mary’s (2/22) to reach 750 career ... snared a season-high 11 reb. vs. So. Florida (12/23), his 2nd highest career total and 5th career game with 10+ ... tied his career-high with 3 blocks vs. Gonzaga in WCC tournament (3/8) and ranked 2nd on team with 28 (0.85 bpg) ... played in his 100th game scoring 13 pts. to reach exactly 600 career (vs. Rice 11/30/13) ... graduate transfer after playing three seasons at Fresno State.

2013-14 Action Photos


2013-14 (SR):

Team leader in reb. (5.5) and 2nd in blks. (0.85) and FTA (127) ... scored 13 pts. in 12 min. off the bench making 4-5 FG and 5-7 FT vs. Bethesda (11/8) ... recorded his 3rd career double-double and 1st at SCU with 16 pts. and 10 reb. adding 2 blks. and 2 stl. vs. San Jose St. (11/12) ... team-high 7 reb. with 5 pts. at CS Fullerton (11/16) ... 6 pts., 4 reb. and 2 ast. (season-high) at Notre Dame (11/22) ... made his 1st start as a Bronco with 8 pts. and 5 reb. vs. N. Dakota St. (11/29) ... starter in his 100th game with 13 pts. (5-6 FG) to reach 600 career and 9 reb. vs. Rice (11/30) ... scored 10 pts. (5-8 FG) with 8 reb., including 400th career (405) at CS Bakersfield (12/5) ... 9 reb., 2 blk. and 5 pts. in season-high 34 min. at Cal Poly (12/7) ... 8 pts. and 6 reb. in 13 min. vs. La Sierra (12/14) ... 16 pts. (6-9 FG) with 5 reb. vs. Radford (12/16) ... career-high tying 3 blk. with 6 reb. and 3 pts. (1-2 FG) vs. Sacred Heart (12/18) ... 13 pts. (5-8 FG) and 5 reb. at UNLV (12/22) ... 11 reb. (season-high) with 5 pts. (1-5 FG) vs. So. Florida (12/23) ... 5 pts. (2-4 FG) and 6 reb., including 450th career, at #24 Gonzaga (12/28) ... 2 pts. (1-6 FG) with 4 reb. at Portland (12/30) ... 8 reb. and 4 pts. (1-6 FG; 2-4 FT) vs. Pepperdine (1/2) ... came off the bench to score 7 pts. (3-4 FG; 1-1 FT) with 4 reb. in 12 min. vs. LMU (1/4) ... 4 pts. in 14 min. at St. Mary’s (1/9) ... 3-3 FG (3-5 FT) for 9 pts. with 5 reb. at UOP (1/11) ... made 5-6 FG for 11 pts. to reach 700 career (702) with 4 reb. in 13 min. vs. USD (1/16) ... started with 8 pts., 4 reb., 2 ast. and 2 blk. in 24 min. vs. BYU (1/18) ... played 10 min. off the bench with 2 pts. and 4 reb. at USF (1/25) ... 3 reb. and 2 stl. scoring 2 pts. (2-2 FT) in 12 min. vs. Gonzaga (1/29) ... made 5-6 FG for 11 pts. with 7 reb. in 27 min. before fouling out for the 1st time this season (3rd career) vs. Portland (2/1) ... 6 reb., including 500th career (504) with 7 pts. (3-5 FG), 2 blk. and season-high tying 2 stl. in 16 min. at BYU (2/6) ... 4 pts. and 4 reb. in 20 min. at San Diego (2/8) ... 2 pts. (2-2 FT) with 2 reb. and 1 blk. in season-low 9 min. vs. USF (2/15) ... 7 pts. (2-2 FG) with 6 reb. in 14 min. vs. UOP (2/20) ... 5 pts. (2-4 FG) to reach 750 career in 20 min. vs. St. Mary’s (2/22) ... made all 3 FGA for 7 pts. with 4 reb. in 17 min. at LMU (2/27) ... 11 pts. (9th 10+ game of season) on 5-8 FG with 6 reb., 2 stl. and 1 blk. at Pepperdine (3/1) ... perfect shooting (4-4 FG; 4-4 FT) for 10th 10+ pt. game of season with 12 and 8 reb. in 22 min. vs. UOP (3/6) in WCC tournament win ... season-high 35 min. with career-high tying 3 blks., 7 reb. and 9 pts. (4-7 FG) vs. Gonzaga in WCC tournament.

 

AT FRESNO STATE (2009-2013):

Played three seasons at Fresno State ... team’s Defender of the Year in 2013 ... played in 94 career games averaging 5.8 ppg and 3.8 rpg ... Appeared in 31 of 33 games as a true freshman (‘09-’10) ... recorded freshman season-highs of 10 pts. and 7 reb. hitting 5 of 7 FG at Boise State (1/30/10) ... redshirted in 2010-11 ... averaged 8.8 ppg, 5.5 rpg while playing 30.5 mpg in 2011-12 ... scored 290 points and logged a total of 1,007 minutes of action ... converted 96 of 199 (48.2%) field goals and 97 of 144 (67.4%) free throws ... also recorded 31 assists, 27 blocks and 35 steals ... named All-WAC Fourth-Team by College Sports Madness in 2011-12 ... 2009-10 Academic All-Western Athletic Conference ... graduated with a degree in Communications in May of 2013 from Fresno State.

HIGH SCHOOL:

During his senior season at Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep, he averaged 16 ppg and eight rpg ... as team captain, led team to Division III state championship with 29-4 record ... named Cal-Hi Sports State (3x), All-WCAL (3x), and All-WCAL Co-MVP (as a senior) ... selected to 2006 Adidas Superstar Camp All Star Game and Adidas National Team.

PERSONAL:

Parents are Jerry and Ronna Brown ... has three sisters, Chantelle, Jerrace and Anastacia, and two brothers, Taylor and Jericlian ... fluent in sign language ... mentors younger children ... favorite athlete is Carmelo Anthony because he can play a variety of positions ... biggest athletic thrill is winning championships ... most admires his mom and dad because they support all their children daily ... also recruited out of high school by California, Seton Hall, Saint Mary’s College and Washington ...  enrolled in the Communication master’s program at Santa Clara. 

COACH KEATING ON JERRY:

"As a recent college graduate, Jerry gives us much needed experience and size, especially on the defensive side of the ball.  Obviously he has made a huge decision in his life to pursue a master's degree here at Santa Clara while using his last year of eligibility.  He will enroll in our new one-year Entrepreneur master's program.  It only speaks volumes to Jerry's character and discipline to take on such a task."

WHY JERRY CHOSE SANTA CLARA:

"I chose Santa Clara because it was a school that can offer me a lot in regards to their style of play, location and it is a great academic institution.  My family can watch me play without traveling. I feel like I have a great support system in the Bay Area.  The master's program is one year. It is really going to push me academically, but it's what I signed up for and I am very excited to be able to get my master's."