Men's Soccer |
April 2, 2012
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WELLINGTON, New Zealand - Former University of Cincinnati Bearcats midfielder and captain of the New Zealand national team Tim Brown has announced his plans to retire at the end of his A-League season.
A three time co-captain at the University of Cincinnati from 2000 to 2003. Out of those four seasons, he had his best year as a senior where he totaled 12 goals, 7 assists, and a sum of 31 points. That was good for first in the conference for total points and points per game along with second in the conference for goals scored and goals per game. In his senior season, Brown was an Academic All-American, first team All-Conference USA, second team All-Great Lakes Region and first team All-Ohio. He was part of one of the greatest games in Bearcat soccer history where he scored the game winning goal in overtime to beat Saint Louis who was ranked 5th in the nation at the time. Brown has played for the Wellington Phoenix of the A-League since 1997.