25 Peter Sullivan
25 Peter Sullivan
Height: 6-5
Weight: 215
Year: Senior
Hometown: Wilmette, IL
High School: Loyola Academy
Position: F

Team Captain

Junior: With 1,034 career points, he is the fourth player in Brown basketball history to score 1,000 or more points prior to his senior year, joining Earl Hunt ‘03  (2,041), Arnie Berman ‘72 (1,668) and Jason Forte ’05 (1,597) as the only Brown players to have reached the 1,000 point milestone as juniors…Pre-season All-Ivy selection by Blue Ribbon Basketball Magazine…His 125 career treys rank 10th in the Brown record book… Established a new Brown record for games started in a season with 31…Averaged 12.3 points per game, 10th best in the Ivy league, and 4.5 rebounds per game… Scored 20 or more points six times, including a career high 28 points against Holy Cross, connecting on 12 of 12 free throws against the Crusaders.. Ranked 7th in the Ivy league in free throw percentage (.768)..Netted 23 points vs. Dartmouth on 4 of 5 shooting from the field and 14 of 16 shooting from the free throw line…Logged more minutes (940) than any other Brown player…Recorded  double-doubles against Dartmouth (23 points, 11 rebounds) and American (19 points, 11 rebounds)…Sophomore:  Third Team All-Ivy selection…Scored a career best 26 points against Army on 9 of 15 shooting from the field, while connecting on 5 of 9 treys…One of two Brown players to start in all 28 games…The Ivy League’s “Iron Man” averaged a league leading 35.9 minutes per game, and played 40 or more minutes nine times…Grabbed a career high nine rebounds in Brown’s season opening game against Rhode Island…Scored 20 or more points six times…Ranked fifth in the Ivy League in scoring with 14.3 points per game…Brown’s top rebounder in five games…Ranked 10th in the Ivy league in free throw percentage (.726), seventh in 3-point field goals made (48) and 12th in rebounding (4.9 per game)…Scored 21 points in Brown’s last game against Dartmouth, connecting on 9 of 12 field goals…Freshman:    Four-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week…Scored in double figures 11 times, including his last three games… Finished second in the Ivy League in 3-point field goal percentage (.481)…Also ranked seventh in the Ivy League in free throw percentage (.813)…Tallied a season high 19 points vs. Northwestern, connecting on 5 of 7 field goals, including 3 of 5 from behind the three-point arc, and 6 of 6 free throws…Also scored 19 points vs. Columbia while pulling down five rebounds…His seven rebounds vs. Princeton were a season high…Tossed in 18 points vs. Harvard…His 16 points vs. Penn came on 4 of 5 shooting from the field and 7 of 7 from the free throw line… Second leading scorer among Ivy League first-year players (8.7 ppg.)…Scored 10 points and grabbed four rebounds against Ohio U. in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational…Secondary School Background: A graduate of Loyola Academy where he lettered in basketball…Averaged 16.5 points and 7.5 rebounds per game as a senior… Led his team in scoring, rebounds, and shot percentage from 3’s, the field and the free throw line… Named co-MVP… Made 60 treys as a senior… Named First team All-Conference… All-State Honorable Mention recipient… Selected to play in the Nike City-Suburban All-Star game… Helped lead his team to a Chicago Catholic League Championship… Member of the Loyola Scholar Honor Roll… Named the U.S Military Scholar Athlete… Personal: Peter J. Sullivan, born June 23, 1989… Son of Tim and Susanne Sullivan… Has two brothers, Matthew, a sophomore on the Brown basketball team, and Christopher, and one sister, Shannon… Enjoys lifting, playing softball and reading… Economics concentrator.


Peter Sullivan ’11 – Career Highs

Points: 28 vs. Holy Cross (12/2/09)

Rebounds: 11 vs. American (1/2/10); vs. Dartmouth (2/13/10)

Assists: 4 vs. Dartmouth (2/8/08); vs. Siena (11/28/09);

              vs. Columbia (2/5/10)

Steals: 3 vs. American (1/2/10)

Treys:  5 vs. Quinnipiac (12/29/08)


Peter Sullivan:  Personality Chart

Post-school ambition:  Get a well-paying job

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

Best book I have ever read: All of the Harry Potter books 

Favorite foods: Lasagna and Chex mix

Favorite TV shows: The Office, Entourage

Movies I have enjoyed: Remember the Titans, He Got Game, Hoosiers, Super Bad

Biggest athletic thrill: Playing on ESPN senior year in high school

My favorite thing about playing basketball is: Being a part of winning with a team

The thing I like most about Brown University:  Location and diversity

Person in history (past or present) I would most like to meet: Julius Caesar

Favorite Class at Brown: Engineering 9 

Favorite Character in Literature: Harry Potter

Favorite Gym: United Center 

Claim to Fame: Played on ESPN