Fifth-year senior outfielder seasoned with a team-most 92 career
games played • Serves as team co-captain with fellow Bulldog senior Caleb Reed • Sports a .271 career batting average with 59 starts • Solid
defender with starts in all three outfielding positions and no errors in 131
career defensive chances • Three-time SEC
Academic Honor Roll selection.
Starting outfielder in 39 games with 22 game-opening stints in
left, 12 in center field and five more in right • Hit .279 in 44 games played,
collecting a career-high 39 hits in 46 games played • Played error-free defense
to pace MSU's outfielding corps (no errors in 84 chances) • Opening day starter
in right field, collecting a pair of doubles against Akron
(Feb. 18) • Enjoyed a career night as a mid-game replacement at South Alabama (May 3) • Tied a school record with two triples and added a
double for a career-best eight total bases • Also tallied a career-high five
RBI • Blasted a two-run home run against Alabama (May 1) and registered game-winning hits with a two-run double at
South Alabama (May 3) and a two-run single at Ole
Miss (May 13) • Turned in 10 multiple-hit games,
including three-hit showings against Akron (Feb. 19), at South
Alabama (May 3) and at Florida (June 12) • Among seven Bulldogs named to the NCAA Atlanta Regional All-Tournament
team • Closed the year with a season-best
four-game hitting streak, including a 5-for-11, three-RBI NCAA Super Regional
series at Florida • Earned a berth on the 2011
SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Played in six non-conference games and drew three early-season
starts in center field before being sidelined by a shoulder injury • Saw
game-opening playing time against UAB (Feb. 23) and Southeastern
Louisiana (Feb. 26-27) • Hit by a pitch
and scored a run in MSU's 6-5 win over UAB (Feb. 23) • Worked the count for two walks and was struck by a
pitch during his 11 plate appearances as a third-year sophomore • Joined 13
other Diamond Dogs on the 2010
SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Played in 40 games as a redshirt freshman, drawing 17 starts and
starting all three positions in the outfield • Hit .290 with 18 hits and 11 RBI
• Made his collegiate debut as a defensive replacement against Northern Illinois (Feb. 20) • Made his debut as a starter in left field and singled
for his first career hit against North
Florida (Feb. 22) • Registered his first
extra-base hit and his first career RBI with a game-winning run-scoring double
against Mississippi Valley
State (Feb. 25) • Hit .359 in 22 SEC games (nine
starts), the team's third-highest league batting average • Lashed his first
career home run in a 2-for-4 plate performance in a 12-4 win at Arkansas (Mar. 29) • Also registered two-hit games against Kentucky (Apr. 18), at Vanderbilt (Apr. 24), and in back-to-back games at Ole Miss (May 8-9) • Singled in two runs against South Carolina (Mar. 14) and notched his second multi-RBI game at Vanderbilt (Apr. 24) • Among SEC-leading 19 Bulldogs named to the 2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll • Hit .259 and teamed with MSU infielder Nick Vickerson on the 2009 Cotton
States League champion North Delta summer league baseball team.
One of five Bulldog freshmen to redshirt • Worked diligently to
recover from a pair of shoulder surgeries in 2007-08.
letter-winner as an outfielder at Oxford
High School • Coached by Bradley Roberson • Hit .333 with seven extra-base hits and eight stolen bases in
an injury-curtailed senior season • Earned offensive MVP honors at the NEMCABB
All-Star Game • Saw limited playing time as a junior in 2006 while recovering
from a fall shoulder injury sustained playing football for OHS • Hit .301 with
late-season duty as a designated hitter • Earned all-district, all-area and
all-state honors as a sophomore, hitting .382, driving in 28 runs and leading
the Chargers with 23 stolen bases • Helped OHS post a 36-4 record and capture
the 2005 Class 4A state championship • Lettered in four sports at Oxford High
School: football, soccer, baseball, track • Earned Class 4A all-state honors as
a wide receiver and member of OHS's 2006 Class 4A state championship track team •
Member of the National Honor Society, the National Technical Honor Society and
Mu Alpha Theta.
Born Brent Wesley Brownlee on November 10, 1988 in Meridian, Miss. • Son of Jo and Sonny
Brownlee of Oxford, Miss. • Majoring in kinesiology.