Carter Brown
Carter  Brown


Bel Air, Md.

High School:
Calvert Hall College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 165



Busy Buckeye Weekend includes Golf Outing, Alumni Game and Banquet

Robby Haus and Carter Brown recognized as 2016 Team MVPs


Brown and Haus Named USILA Scholar All-Americans

Finance graduates recognized for academic and athletic success


Buckeyes Wrap Outstanding Season Off the Field

Squad posts 3.0+ grade-point average, volunteers 300+ hours


Buckeyes Fall at No. 5 Maryland, 10-8

Buckeye rally falls short; Brown scores three goals, Withers wins 11 faceoffs


Carter Brown Tabbed B1G Offensive Player of the Week

Senior had game-high four points in win over Michigan


Buckeyes Down No. 16 Rutgers on Senior Night

Buckeyes Down No. 16 Rutgers on Senior Night


Buckeyes at Maryland

Buckeyes at Maryland


Ohio State at Hopkins

Ohio State at Hopkins


B1G Opener vs Penn State

B1G Opener vs Penn State


Ohio State vs Notre Dame

Ohio State vs Notre Dame

Ohio State Career: 2015 First Team All-Big Ten ... 2013 ECAC Rookie of the Year and named to league’s all-rookie team ... shared Buckeyes’ Outstanding Freshman award ... a three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection ... 132 career points to enter senior season tied for 16th in program history ... assist March 17, 2015 at Towson was 100th career point ... marked 50th career game May 16 vs. Denver.

2015 (Junior Season): Started all 19 games, with career-high 37 goals, 18 assists and 55 points, ranking second on the team in all three categories ... First Team All-Big Ten ... 15 multiple point games and 21 goals, seven assists and 28 points in last nine games combined (with at least one goal in each game during the stretch) ... seventh in B1G with 2.89 points and .95 assists per game and sixth in the league with 1.95 goals per outing ... team-high six EMO goals ... six goals in win over Johns Hopkins April 5 ... four assists and five points vs. Dartmouth Feb. 21, with four goals and an assist for five points at Towson March 17... four goals at Duke in NCAA Tournament first round win May 9 ... two goals and an assist for three points vs. Denver in NCAA quarterfinals ... four points in B1G Tournament, with two goals vs. Maryland in the seminfinals April 30 and a goal and an assist vs. JHU in the final ... four points, with two goals and two assists, vs. Detroit Feb. 7 and Penn State March 29 ... three points vs. Marquette March 1 (3g), Bellarmine Feb. 27 (1g, 2a), Denver March 14 (2g, 1a) and Rutgers April 25 (1g, 2a) ... two goals vs. Hofstra March 7 ... four groundballs vs. Robert Morris Feb. 10 and 25 on the year ... two caused turnovers vs. Dartmouth Feb. 21 ... an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten choice.

2014 (Sophomore Season): Started all 14 games and was second on the team with 22 goals and 34 points, ranking fourth with 12 assists, and had 25 groundballs and five caused turnovers ... ended season on nine-game point streak (16g, 6a, 22p) and had at least one point in all but one game (March 8 at Hofstra), with a goal in all but two outings ... five-point day March 21 vs. Bellarmine with three goals and two assists ... four points, including a hat trick, against both UMass Feb. 16 and Jacksonville March 29 ... hat trick vs. Michigan April 12 ... four-point game, with three assists, vs. Marquette Feb. 22 ... 2-1-3 line vs. Air Force April 19 ... two points, on a goal and an assist, in three games (Feb. 9 at Johns Hopkins, March 1 vs. Penn State, April 26 at Fairfield) ... scored twice in win at Delaware April 6 ... shooting percentage of 42.3 was second in the ECAC and 26th nationally ... five groundballs in season opener at Johns Hopkins Feb. 9 ... two or more groundballs in six games ... 50th career point was a goal vs. Marquette Feb. 22 ... received ECAC All-Academic, Academic All-Big Ten and Ohio State Scholar-Athelte honors.

2013 (Freshman Season): Played in all 17 games, starting 16 ... third on the squad with 27 goals and 42 points, fourth with 16 assists ... point in all but two games, with multiple points in 12 outings and eight multiple-goal games ... named ECAC Rookie of the Year and to the ECAC All-Rookie Team ... 12th in ECAC in points, ranking 14th with 2.53 points per game ... tied for 13th in NCAA with .435 shooting percentage ... ended year on five-game point streak, with eight goals, three assists and 11 points in the stretch ... three goals and an assist for four points in NCAA tournament win vs. Towson May 12 and had an assist vs. Cornell in NCAA quarterfinals May 18 ... four points in the ECAC tournament, with two goals in the semifinals vs. Loyola May 2 and a goal and an assist in the final vs. Denver May 4 ... ECAC Rookie of the Week and Cascade/IL National Rookie of the Week after four goals and three assists for seven points vs. Marquette Feb. 23 (five EMO points) ... named league rookie of the week April 8 after three goals and an assist for four points vs. Hobart, along with a groundball and caused turnover ... hat trick (including EMO and man-down goals) at Michigan April 13 ... three-point days, with two goals and an assist, at Bellarmine March 23 and at Virginia March 16 ... goal and overtime gamewinning assist at Penn State March 2; two caused turnovers vs. the Nittany Lions ... two points, on a goal and an assist, vs. Denver March 9 ... goal vs. Loyola March 30 ... helper vs. Jacksonville Feb. 17 ... four goals and two assists for six points vs. Detroit Feb. 9 in first collegiate game ... named an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and to the ECAC All-Academic Team.

Calvert Hall College High School: Three-year starter for the Cardinals ... part of MIAA championship team as a senior ... posted 24 goals and 10 assists to rank fourth on the team in scoring in 2012 ... squad was MIAA runner-up in 2011 ... recorded 25 goals and 14 assists to rank third on the team ... two-time All-Towson Times selection ... named team’s unsung hero ... also played soccer in high school.

Personal: Son of Steve and Mary-Eve ... two younger sisters, Anna and Katherine ... favorite pro sports team is the Baltimore Orioles ... favorite celebrity is Morgan Freeman ... cousin Natale Miller was a four-year letterwinner (2004-07) on the Ohio State women’s lacrosse team ... finance major.