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In 2011: A unanimous First Team All-Ivy selection, a First Team All-ECAC honoree and an All-Northeast Region selection … Remick started and played in 16 games for the Bears before sustaining an injury … A defender who helped the Bears earn 11 shutouts, Remick combined for six points on the year with two goals, including one-game winner, and two assists … He handed out assists in games vs. Bryant and George Mason, and scored his first two goals of the season in Brown’s second and third round NCAA games vs. St. John’s and St. Mary’s (CA) … As a defender, helped the Bears earn 11 shutouts, which ties the record for shutouts in a season set in 2010.
In 2010: A First Team All-Ivy defender ... Started in all 20 games for the Bears and helped lead a defense that shutout 11 teams and allowed just one goal in Brown's first 11 games and just 12 overall in the season ... Remick handed out two assists, the first coming in Brown's season-opening 4-0 win over Bryant (9/3) and the other was during a 3-1 win over Hartwick (10/19) ... Named to the Ocean State Classic's All-Tournament Team.
In 2009: Started in 16 of 17 games ... Scored two goals and handed out one assist for five points during his rookie campaign ... Was named the Ivy League's Rookie of the Week on Sept. 28 ... Received the team's Britton Chichester Award, which is given to the freshman who contributes most to the team.
Before Brown: A four-year letter winner and starter from Loyola Academy ... Two-time all state selection, three-time All-Conference player and a three-time All-Sectional selection ... A captain, Remick guided his squad to a Regional Championship for the first time in over a decade ... Also captained FC United ... A track & field standout, Remick was a two-time sectional champion in the 400m dash and placed eighth place at the State finals his senior season ... Set the indoor and outdoor record in the 400m dash and was a member of the record holding 4x400m relay squad.
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