Brown closed his last season at Hartwick with an assist in the Hawks’ regular-season finale, a 2-1 victory at Florida Atlantic. Among MAC players, he ranks sixth in goals per game and eighth in points per game.
Brown finished with 22 points – on eight goals and six assists – in 49 games for Hartwick all-time.
Akron swept the MAC’s top awards as Scott Caldwell earned Player of the Year and Caleb Porter received Coach of the Year.
The Empire 8 Conference recognized four Hartwick women on its all-conference teams, the Hawks announced Thursday.
Junior forward Cristina Sicari, sophomore goalkeeper Hope Brown and freshman midfielder Stephanie Morini received honorable mentions from the E8, which selected senior Carly Pine as Hartwick’s representative on the conference’s Sportswoman of the Year team.
Sicari leads the Hawks with seven goals and has assisted on five others for 19 points.
Brown started every game in goal for the Hawks this season, stopping 81 shots (tied for fourth in the E8) and shutting out five opponents (third in the E8).
Morini has four goals and three assists for 11 points in her first season with the Hawks.
Hartwick (8-8-1) will compete in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Upstate Championship for the first time since 1995 this weekend. The Hawks will face E8 foe and tournament host St. John Fisher at noon Saturday in the semifinals.