35 Mark MacDonald
Junior: Earned 7 starts for the Bears... Averaged 6.5 points and 2.9 rebounds per game... Registered 13 points in wins over Harvard and Columbia... Grabbed a season high 6 rebounds in Brown's game against Cornell... Sophomore: Played in 25 games, earning 19 starts... Averaged 7.3 points per game, fifth best on the Brown team...Dished out 27 assists and was 3rd on the Brown team for rebounding with 100 boards (4.0 per game)... Grabbed a career-high of 11 rebounds against Dartmouth... Posted his first career double-double in Brown's first meeting vs. Cornell with a season high of 18 points and 10 rebounds, while also blocking three shots...Scored in double figures eight times...Tossed in 11 points and grabbed four rebounds in Brown's win over Princeton...Connected on 4 of 6 treys while scoring 16 points vs. Harvard... Freshman: Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week for his play against New Hampshire where he netted a season high 25 points, hitting 10 for 12 shots from the from the field, including 3 of 4 treys...Also connected on 3 of 3 treys for 13 points against Rhode Island...Grabbed six rebounds twice during the season against UCF and Charleston Southern...Started four of 25 games...Scored eight points vs. Binghamton and Charleston Southern...Secondary School Background: A graduate of Lexington High School where he lettered in basketball (4) and baseball (1)...Three-time Middlesex League All-Star...Two-year team captain...Two-time Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic selection...Won Middlesex League scoring titles as a junior and senior with averages of 23.4 ppg, and 24.5 ppg...Named Outstanding Male Athlete at Lexington...McDonald's All-American nominee...Co-MVP of the Middlesex League in 2004...Earned the Massachusetts House of Representatives Award...Earned Junior Class Award for overall excellence in character, scholarship, athletics and service to others...Personal: Mark James MacDonald, born September 3, 1985...The son of Richard MacDonald of Lexington...Enjoys photography, music, golf and baseball...Economics and Political Science concentrator.