28 Collins Carey
28 Collins Carey
Height: 5-6
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
Hometown: Clarksville, MD
High School: McDonough School
Position: A

Look through the statistics of 2009 and you will not find Collins high up on the list.  But if you watched the season unfold, especially in games that were tight and the pressure was thick, you found Collins on the field making plays.  He kicked-started the 4th quarter comeback win over Yale.  Johns Hopkins did not have an answer for him in the 2nd half of the playoff game, causing them to change their match-ups.  Collins is a precision feeder and his presence on the offense makes everyone better!  A natural attackman, Collins has been a threat as a midfielder as well, as he brings an attacking style that is complimentary to his teammates from both positions...2009:  Scored seven goals, eighth best on the Brown team, while handing out four assists...Registered a hat-trick against Lehigh...Also scored goals against Hofstra, Bryant, Yale and Johns Hopkins...Picked-up seven ground balls...2008:  Played in all 14 games for the Bears...Registered four goals and five assists, seventh best on the Brown team...Netted two goals and had an assist in win over Air Force...2007: Saw action in nine games, scoring one goal against Vermont...Picked-up six ground balls for the season...Secondary School Background:  A graduate of the McDonough School, where he lettered in lacrosse (4) and soccer (3)...Lacrosse team captain as a senior...All-MIAA first team selection and second team All-State his senior year...Senior All-Star Game MVP...Scored 90 goals and had 132 assists in his McDonough career...McDonough was MIAA Champions in 2005 and MIAA runner-up in 2006...Earned the McDonough Lacrosse Eagle Award and team Co-MVP as a senior...Earned a National Merit Letter of Recommendation...Personal:  The son of Gregory and Diana Carey of Clarksville...Has a brother, Christopher, and a sister, Alexandra...Enjoys golf, tennis and politics...Political Science concentrator.