10 Kyle Hollingsworth
Each captain was voted to lead our team for different reasons. In Kyle's case, his teammates looked to him to lead because he is a Prime-Time player. Whether with last-second heroics or kick-starting the team on an opponent's field, Kyle does not back down from a challenge. Instead, he rises to the occasion and has led us with fearless play. Rare is the attackman who throws his body to the wolves: Kyle will take the extra step and he will take the physical punishment. To him, there is no other way but the right way, the courageous way...2008: Second Team All-New England selection...Ranked second on the Brown team in scoring with 34 points, scoring 21 goals and handing out 13 assists...Brown's scoring leader in Ivy games with 16 points (12 goals, 4 assists)... Scored the game-winning goal vs. Yale with 11 seconds remaining...Registered a season high four goals vs. Air Force while adding two assists...Also netted four goals against Cornell...2007: Earned a starting role in all 10 games played...Scored 15 goals, third best on the Brown team, and handed out nine assists...Scored two goals against Hofstra, Providence, Yale, Penn, Cornell and Princeton...Picked-up 15 ground balls...2006: Registered two goals and handed out three assists for the Bears...Earned starts in three of 11 games played...Scored goals against Penn and Harvard...Secondary School Background: A graduate of Darien High School where he lettered in lacrosse (3) and ice hockey (2)...MVP and team captain of undefeated FCIAC and State Championship team which finished number five in the nation...MVP of the State of Connecticut...First Team All-State and All-FCIAC...Scored 63 career goals and handed out 45 assists...Named to the Honor Roll every semester in high school...Personal: The son of Dana and Linheer Hollingsworth of Darien...Has a brother, Jeb, and a sister, Ellery...Enjoys surfing, skiing and ceramics...Economics concentrator.