"A four-year starter (1989-92) and 1992 team captain for coach Bruce Parkhill, Brown helped lead Penn State to four-straight 20-win seasons and four-straight post-season appearances, a feat unmatched in program history. He teamed with fellow standout Freddie Barnes to form a potent backcourt that helped Penn State post a record of 87-40 during their careers, the most wins ever for the Nittany Lions over a four-year period. During that time, Penn State twice reached the Atlantic 10 Tournament championship game and won the school's first-ever conference tournament title in 1991 with a defeat of George Washington in Rec Hall. That Penn State team went on to stun No. 16-ranked UCLA, 74-69, in the first round of the 1991 NCAA Tournament, a game regarded as one of the greatest in Penn State history.