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Kevin Brown
Kevin Brown
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Perrysburg, Ohio
High School: St. John's Jesuit

2019 (Senior): Named second-team All-NCAC in doubles play with fellow senior Blake Burstein ... went 16-9 overall with Burstein, including 11-3 in No. 2 doubles ... posted an overall mark of 18-12 on the doubles courts ... went 10-11 in singles action and 9-5 as Denison's No. 4 singles player ... named to the 2018-19 NCAC Academic Honor Roll ... named a 2018-19 ITA Scholar-Athlete.

2018 (Junior): Named to the All-NCAC first-team in doubles competition with partner Blake Burstein ... also received all-conference honorable mention recognition in singles play ... totaled a 14-6 singles record, including a 10-3 mark in the third-flight ... went 6-6 with Burstein on the doubles court, which included a 5-4 record in top-flight doubles ... named to the 2017-18 NCAC Academic Honor Roll ... named a 2017-18 ITA Scholar-Athlete.

2017 (Sophomore): Earned first-team All-NCAC honors as both a singles and doubles player ... was also named the inaugural NCAC Doubles Team of the Year with partner Blake Burstein ... racked up an 11-12 record in singles play, which included a 7-11 mark at the top flight ... was 15-8 in doubles competition, including an 11-5 record with Burstein ... named NCAC Player of the Week (April 3) ... named to the 2016-17 NCAC Academic Honor Roll ... named a 2016-17 ITA Scholar-Athlete.

2016 (Freshman): Named ITA Central Region Rookie of the Year and NCAC Newcomer of the Year ... a first-team All-NCAC selection in both singles and doubles ... went 13-12 overall which included a 7-8 record at the top singles flights and a 2-0 record in conference play ... went 18-8 in doubles play with partner Jackson O'Gorman-Bean and was selected as a doubles alternate for the NCAA Tournament ... named a 2015-16 ITA Scholar-Athlete.

Personal: Psychology major ... son of Marian and David Brown ... four-time all-state, including three first-team honors ... reached the state final with his brother Ryan, a former member of the Big Red tennis team ... was honored at the Denison athletics Top-50 celebration in 2017, 2018, and 2019 ... involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Mortar Board at Denison.