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Marcus Brown

Marcus  Brown
Year PlayedG−GSMinFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%ORDBRebPFAsTOBlStPtsPPG
1995-199629−2910802545360.47474175 0.4231852200.841598013982119 10286576726.4
1994-199530−309732194290.51044119 0.3701892110.896441031476963 5897667122.4
1993-199429−287471823620.50337121 0.3061251490.83920911118679 40105752618.7
1992-199330−3591811660.4881850 0.360861090.7893153848533 577342668.9
1992−1996118−90339173614930.493173465 0.3725856890.849154327481322294 25734232223018.90

From The Racer Insider Brown was a 6-4 guard. His senior year was the first year for the Racer Insider. Between 1992 and 1996, Brown rewrote the record book at MSU. He holds the school record for most points in a game with the 45 he scored against Washington University in 1995. He had the highest single season scoring average in school history, and holds the record for steals in a single season. A Hall of Famer and an AllAmerican, Brown was a three time All-Ohio Valley Conference selection while he was at Murray State and he was twice named OVC Player of the Year. As a senior he averaged 26.4 points while shooting 50 percent from the field and 42 percent from three-point range and was named OVC Athlete of the Year. When Steve Parker interviewed Brown in 1996 he said, “Why hold back? You're never promised tomorrow, only the second that just went by. Time waits for no one, so you might as well do all you can – that day, right now, that moment.” Brown helped lead the Racers to three regular season crowns and one OVC tournament championship

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