Allison Brown


Harrington Park, N.J.

High School:
Northern Valley Regional

Last College:
Mathematics and Economics



Allison  Brown


Softball Tops UMBC 1-0 For First Win

Cherry shuts down UMBC offense; Thomas goes 2-for-3 for Pards


Leopards Open Spring Break With GW Doubleheader

Didio goes 3-for-4 in game two


Virginia Tech Pulls Away Late in Tourney Finale

Didio named to All-Tournament Team


2015 Lafayette Softball Preview

Leopards open season Feb. 6 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.


Pards Face Off With Va. Tech and Coastal Carolina

Leopards held scoreless on opening day


Lafayette vs. Elon

Photos by Scott Muthersbaugh


Softball vs. Temple

Lafayette vs. Temple

2014: Appeared in 40 games, with 34 starts while splitting time between designated hitter, right field and first base...hit for a .224 average, finishing third on the team with 13 RBI...did not make an error during her sophomore season...Academic All-Patriot League selection to go along with her Patriot League Academic Honor Roll naming...managed multi-hit games against Towson and Bucknell (twice)...beltwed a three-run home run against Towson (4/2) in a 9-6 win...hit a solo shot in an extra-inning game at Boston U. (4/27).

2013: Appeared in 40 games, making 31 starts in her freshman campaign...batted .173 on 14 hits...was third on the team in walks (17) and on-base percentage (.313).

High School:
Lettered in both softball and basketball all four years...had a career .422 batting average...earned all-league honors her first three years and named to the All-Bergen County team two years...served as captain of her softball and basketball teams in 2012...member of her school's gifted and talented club and art club.

Favorite Quote:"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."

Why I Chose Lafayette:I decided to commit to Lafayette because of the great academics and beautiful campus. I also look forward to the great competition that the Patriot League offers in softball.


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