|Hometown:||Owings Mills, MD|
|High School:||McDonogh School|
Andrew had 11 games with a hat-trick or better in 2009. A shooting percentage over 40 (40.8%). And does he rest on his laurels? If you know Andrew, you know the answer to this question. He is the epitome of the words relentless, unsatisfied, competitor. No one takes more extra shots on his own, regardless of the thermometer or precipitation. His teammates know that Andrew will finish what they start. But he is not just a finisher, and this is what elevated Andrew to new heights with 58 points in 2009. He has demanded of himself to be multi-dimensional, and he has succeeded into becoming a dodger who can both survey the field for open teammates and deposit the cash himself...2009: Second team All-Ivy attackman...Ranked second in the Ivy League and seventh nationally in goals with 2.67 per game.. His 41 total goals led all Ivy League scorers...Scored four goals twice (Dartmouth, Bryant) and three goals nine times (Lehigh, Hofstra, Quinnipiac, Denver, Vermont, Yale, Harvard, Providence and Cornell)... Ranked second in the Ivy League in points (3.86 per game), seventh nationally...Handed out a season high three assists vs. Denver...His .408 shooting percentage led the Brown team...2008: New England Rookie of the Year...Second leading scorer for the gold medal winning Team USA with 20 goals at the ILF U-19 Men's Lacrosse World Championships in British Columbia, Canada...Brown's second leading goal scorer with 21 goals, while also registering five assists...Scored a career best four goals vs. Providence...Had hat-tricks in back-to-back games against Denver and Air Force...Tallied two goals in games vs. Lehigh, Delaware and Princeton...Two-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week...Secondary School Background: A graduate of the McDonough School where he lettered in lacrosse (3), football (1) and basketball (1)...MVP of the Junior Under Armour All-Star Classic...All-Tewaaraton Team in 2007...MVP of the Maryland State Coaches Association senior All-Star Game...All-Metro, All-MIAA and All-County...Led the NIAA Conference in points (119) and goals (71) as a senior...US Lacrosse and Under Armour All-American...Also first team All-County and First Team All-MIAA in football...Personal: The son of Michael and Debbie Feinberg of Owings Mills....Has a brother, Alex...Enjoys golf and working out... Commerce, Organizations and Entrepreneurship concentrator.