14 - Matt Sullivan
Matt Sullivan
Height: 6-5
Weight: 205
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Wilmette, IL
High School: Loyola Academy
Position: G

Freshman: Earned a starting role in 29 of Brown’s 31 games… Scored in double figures six times, netting a season high 12 points against Providence and Bryant… His 12 points vs. Providence came on 4 of 5 shooting from behind the three-point arc…Grabbed a season high six rebounds against Quinnipiac and Kean…His seven assists against USP were a career high…Netted 11 points against Virginia tech, USP and Kean…Named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week for his play against Siena and Bryant…His 65 assists ranked third on the Brown team…Dished out a career best seven assists against USP…Shot 80-percent from the free throw line (37 of 46)…Secondary School Background:  Averaged 18 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists per game as a senior at Loyola Academy, while shooting 47-percent from the field and 80-percent from the free throw line…Chicago Catholic League First Team All-Conference selection as a junior and senior…Pioneer Press First Team All-Area selection…Scored over 1,000 career points and grabbed over 400 career rebounds at Loyola Academy…Named to All-Tournament Team at the Wheeling Christmas Tournament, and named MVP of the Mundelein Thanksgiving Tournament…Selected to the Catholic League All-Star Game and the Chicago High School City Suburban Classic All-Star Game…Team captain and MVP as a senior at Loyola Academy…Personal:  Matthew T. Sullivan, born May 28, 1991…The son of Timothy and Sue Sullivan…Has two brothers, Peter and Chris, and a sister, Shannon…His brother, Peter, is a junior with the Brown Basketball team…Undecided on his concentration.

 

Matt Sullivan            ’13 Career High’s            

Points: 12 vs. Bryant (11/25/09); vs. Providence (12/7/09)

Rebounds:  8 vs. URI (11/18/09)

Assists: 7 vs. USP (11/27/09)

Steals: 3 vs. USP (11/27/09)

Treys: 4 vs. Providence (12/7/09)

 

Matt Sullivan:  Personality Chart

Post-school ambition: Attend Stanford Business School

People who have had the greatest influence on my athletic career: My parents

Best book I have ever read: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 

Favorite foods: Omelets, breakfast sandwiches

Favorite TV shows: Entourage, The Office

Movies I have enjoyed: Rocky, Remember the Titans, Inception

My favorite thing about playing basketball is: Spending time with the team

The thing I like most about Brown University: The open curriculum

Person in history (past or present) I would most like to meet: Kobe Bryant

Favorite Class at Brown: Engineering 9 

Favorite Character in Literature: Harry Potter

Favorite Gym: Loyola Academy (HS) Gym