Mike Brown

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Mike, an all-around athlete at Conrad High School, became an outstanding halfback at the University of Delaware for three years. He made Associated Press ” Little All-American” first team and was
” WSBA Athlete of the Year” co-winner in 1963. Michael led the Blue Hens to a 8-0 record in 1963, including wins over Ohio University, University of Buffalo and Rutgers University. The team was
ranked #1 Small College nationally by UPI and won the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) title. Mike was the 1963 Wilmington Sports Broadcasters Association “Co-athlete of the Year” and University of
Delaware’s “Outstanding Senior Athlete”. Mike gained 838 yards, averaging 6.3 yards per carry and scored ten touchdowns in 1963. He held three University of Delaware track records in the 100 yard,
220 yard and 440 yard dashes.



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