Shasha Brown, Wesleyan University
Making a splash on the court right from the onset as he racked up 83 points in his first three games, including a career-high 35-point effort in just his third career game at Williams, Shasha Brown didn't stop until he became Wesleyan's all-time leading scorer in men's basketball.
Collecting 1,745 points, snapping the previous school mark by 53 points, Brown averaged 17.8 points per game over his four years. Honored by the NESCAC each season, he debuted during the 2009-10 season as NESCAC Rookie of the Year. In both 2010-11 and 2012-13, he was a second-team honoree while the 2011-12 campaign, which featured a program-best 20-6 record, brought about first-team all-NESCAC laurels.
Brown was the fastest Cardinal to reach 1,000 points, doing so after just 54 games, and was only the fourth Wesleyan player to hit the coveted scoring plateau before the end of his junior year. In addition to graduating as Wesleyan's all-time leader for points, Brown donned cap and gown with two other career marks under his belt – most made free throws (393) and most assists (353). Playing 98 games, Brown hit double-digit scoring 89 times, including 40 games with 20 or more points and three contests with 30 or more.