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Lexie Brown

School

Duke University

Position
Guard
Major
Sociology

Classroom

A 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-America, Lexie Brown has been a model student-athlete since joining the collegiate ranks. Earning a degree in sociology along with a Markets and Management Certificate from Duke in May of 2017, Brown is now enrolled in the MMS program at the Duke Fuqua School of Business for 2017-18. She is a four-time ACC Honor Roll selection, 2017 All-ACC Academic Team member, 2017 Kay Yow Award winner as the women’s basketball student-athlete of the year and CoSIDA Academic All-District III selection. Brown also earned Academic All-Big Ten honors as a sophomore at Maryland.

Character

One of the hardest workers to ever set foot on the Duke campus, Brown has been named captain for Duke on two different occasions: as a redshirt junior and redshirt senior. She is always one of the earliest to arrive for workouts and stays the longest after practice working on her game. For her efforts, Brown has been named the winner of the Iron Blue Devil Belt award in each of the last two years for her hard work in the summer and preseason workouts. She provides great leadership for both the young and older players. She pushes her teammates and brings out the best in everyone.

Community

Brown has been involved with visits to the Duke Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald House and Camp Kaleidoscope since arriving at Duke. She has also been a tutor at a local middle school where she visited twice a week to work with students. Brown and the Duke team provide youth clinics, and this past year hosted a clinic along with the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development.

Competition

An Associated Press All-America selection as a junior at Duke and sophomore at Maryland, Brown is one of the best all-around basketball players in the nation. Brown became the first player in NCAA history to earn AP All-America honors at two different schools. Over her career, she has totaled 1,447 points, 441 assists, 310 rebounds, 223 steals and 193 three-pointers made. Brown is a Naismith, John R. Wooden, USBWA and Wade Watch candidate for National Player of the Year. She was a nominee for the Dawn Staley Award and the Nancy Lieberman Award as a junior. Brown hit an ACC-record 56 straight free throws as a junior. She had one of the best individual seasons in Duke history as a junior amassing 622 points, 131 assists, 126 rebounds, 96 steals and 73 three-pointers made.