2013 was the breakout year. Maybe the final statistics do not blow you away, but Brendan’s trajectory of success kept climbing upwards as the year progressed. By the end, Brendan had two game-winning goals in the final week of the season and a growing sense of his role as a leader despite his freshman status. Now our opponents know they will have to contend with a talented dodger, due to his significant size, speed and talent. Brendan’s emergence is more than just physical though: he is emotionally and mentally developing an air, a swagger to break through barriers and hit new levels with his game. He has come back in outstanding physical condition, prepared to prove he can lead us on the field as a sophomore...2013: Named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week after scoring the game-winning goal with 37 seconds remaining vs. Bryant, and then scoring the game-winning goal in overtime to defeat Dartmouth...His three game-winning goals for the season ranked second in the Ivy League...Registered a hat-trick vs. Dartmouth...His 17 points (10 goals, 7 assists) ranked sixth on the Brown team...Secondary School Background: A graduate of Chaminade High School where he lettered in lacrosse (2) and football (1)… Lacrosse –First Team All League 2012…Champion All-American…Football –Wide Receiver and Strong Safety… First team All-League…Long Island vs. NYC All Star Game…Academic Honors and Awards - National Honor Society all four years…Personal: the son of George and MaryJean Caputo…Has a sister, Kristin, and a brother, Matthew…Math concentrator at Brown.