Alex Brown and his stats continue to climb their way towards the top in the Tiffin University career record book. Alex recently became the 31st Tiffin University men's basketball player to score 1000- or more career points, doing so against the University of Indianapolis. Currently he has 1,068 career points, ranking 28th in Tiffin history, needing nine more points to move to 27th. Brown has 440 career rebounds, sitting 19th in Tiffin history. Brown will move to 18th with seven more boards. Brown is 9th all-time in career steals with 125, needing two more to move to 8th. If Brown can reach 500 career rebounds, he would be only the 9th player in Tiffin history to accrue 1,000 points and 500 rebounds. Alex can also become the first player in Tiffin history to score 1,000 points, grab 500 rebounds, and dish out 200 career assists.
Brown played in all 28 games for the Dragons, pushing his career games played mark to 86 games. Alex is 81 points away from 1,000 career points, making 333 career field goals. Brown has had success on the boards throughout his career, totaling 393. Alex has dished out 149 assists in his career, pouring in a team high 62 in 2017. Alex hit 40.3% of his field goals and 77.9% of his free throw attempts.
Alex continued to build upon a great career, playing in all 29 games, and starting 27 games. Alex averaged 31.7 minutes per game, shot 39.6% from the floor, and 79.8% from the free throw line. Alex wasn't afraid to play in the painted area, averaging 6.4 rebounds per contest. Brown's defense continued to improve as well, leading the team with 52 steals.
Brown had a very good freshman season for the Dragons, playing in all 29 games, while starting 17. Alex averaged 10.2 points per game, 3.6 rebounds per game, and 1.3 assists per game. Alex shot 46.6% from the floor and 37.5% from three.
Alex Brown is the son of Steve and Hilaria Brown. Alex has a brother, named Steven, and a sister, Ashley. Brown is a native of Berea, Ohio. He is majoring in Marketing, with a minor in Sports Management.
Alex attended Berea - Midpark High School. While there Brown garnered numerous awards. He lettered three years, and was the starting guard in two of those seasons. Brown scored a total of 1,162 points in his career. His senior season saw him average 19.8 points per game, 6 rebounds per game, and over 8 assists. That year, Midpark High finished the season with a 21-4 record, an SWC title, and a 6th place Associated Press final Ohio ranking. In recognition of his outstanding play, Alex was named 1st team All-Northeast Lakes District Team, All-SWC Conference 1st team,SWC Conference MVP, All-Ohio Special Mention, and was nominated to play in the Ohio North/South All-Star Game.