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Chris Brown
Height: 5-11.
Weight: 165.
Born: March 10, 1977.
Hometown: Portland, Oregon.
School: University of Portland. Club: Kansas City Wizards (MLS).

Professional
Year Club GP G A Pts
1999 Kansas City Wizards (MLS) 28 4 3 11
2000 Kansas City Wizards (MLS) 22/10 0 1 1
Total (MLS) 50/- 4 4 12
MLS Champion - 2000
College
Year Team GP G A Pts
1995 Portland Univ. 22 - 9 -
1996 Portland Univ. - 9 7 25
1997 Portland Univ. - 12 3 27
Total - - - -

Under-23: Has played up front in two of four U-23 games in 2000 ... Earned three caps in 1999 ... Made his U-23 debut in 1998 ... Has been a member of the U-20 and U-18 National Teams.

Professional: Led the Kansas City Wizards and all MLS rookies in scoring with four goals and three assists for 11 points ... Started 19 of 28 games in his first year as a professional.

College: Named to the Soccer News All-America second team after the 1997 collegiate season ... Selected to both the All-Far West second team and the All-WCC first team in 1996 and 1997 ... Was Portland's second leading scorer with 12 goals and three assists ... Ranked fourth in conference in goals and third in points ... Was named Conference Player of the Week three times in 1997 (Sept. 2, Sept. 9, Sept. 23) ... A broken ankle forced him to miss season's final two games ... Led Portland in goals (9), assists (7) and points (25) in 1996 ... Named to the Soccer America All-Freshman Team ... Also voted All-WCC honorable mention and All-Far West Region third team ... Tied for the team and conference lead with nine assists ... Only Portland player to play in all 22 games in 1995 ... High School: Was named a Parade Magazine All-American at Jesuit High School in Portland ... Named 1994 Oregon High School Player of the Year ... Oregon High School Athlete of the Year finalist ... Was Jesuit's MVP in 1993 and 1994 ... The top scorer in each of his four years, he led Jesuit to four consecutive state titles and set a school record with 88 career goals.

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