Mike Brownstein

Mike Brownstein

Player Profile


Tucson, Ariz.

High School:
Sahuaro HS

Last College:
Pima CC

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 165





Senior (2009): Drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 14th round of the 2009 MLB Amateur Draft...named the 2009 Mountain West Conference Player of the Year...earned Louisville Slugger Second Team All-American Team honors...picked up ABCA All-Midwest Region First Team and ABCA Second Team All-American honors...collected All Ping! Baseball Second Team honors...named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VI second team...earned Academic All-MWC honors...started and played in all 57 of UNM's games, serving as the Lobos' second baseman and leadoff hitter...started every game of Lobo career for a mark of 116 consecutive starts...first in the conference and the team in three offensive categories (72 runs scored, 101 hits, 11 triples) and tied for first in the MWC with 23 doubles...ranked first in the nation with 11 triples and eighth in hits, just 10 short from the top spot...ranked in the top 10 in eight other offensive categories in the MWC (20 stolen bases-second, .414. batting average-second, 244 at-bats-second, .486 on-base percentage-third, 149 total bases-third, 287 plate appearances-tied for third, 34 walks-seventh, .611 slugging percentage-eighth)... ranked in the top 100 in eight other offensive categories (doubles-sixth, batting average-34th, runs per game- 35th, runs-36th, doubles per game-48th, on-base percentage-66th, total bases-74th and stolen bases-94th)...tied for fourth on all-time hits in a season list with 101, sharing the rank with Dusty Young (2003)...his 11 triples tie him for fourth on the all-time UNM triples in a season list with Larry Harrison in 1980 marking the most recent Lobo to record 11 triples...named the MWC Player of the Week on March 16...reached base safely in 53 out of 57 games, including a steak of 36 straight from Feb. 20 -April 11...pieced together a 18-game hit streak from Feb. 28-March 26...produced a team-high 33 games with multiple hits, including 15 with three or more...recorded 13 games with multiple RBI...worked a career-high three walks at Nebraska on April 28...had a career game at Air Force on May 14, collecting a career-best six hits and five runs scored with two RBI and two doubles in seven plate appearances...went 15-for-21, batting .714, in a four-game series against Northwestern March 20-22, driving in a career-high four on March 22...had three or more hits in 10 out of 12 games from March 8-26...scored the winning run in a 6-5 Lobo victory over San Diego State on April 19...swiped 20 bags for the second straight season, including three games with multiple steals...drove in the tying run and scored the go-ahead run in a 9-5 win over BYU on March 28...two triples on Feb. 21 matched Ryan Barba's school record for most triples in a game set on May 13, 2005...Dane Hamilton repeated the feat on March 7.

Junior (2008):Collected second team All-Mountain West Conference honors...earned MWC Academic All-Conference honors...named to the 2008 Mountain West Conference All-Tournament team...had eight hits, five runs scored and two RBI in four games...started and played in all 59 games...led Lobos in hits (89), runs scored (53), walks (29), on-base percentage (.429) and stolen bases (20)...fourth in the MWC in hits and stolen bases...finished second on the team and eighth in the MWC with a .350 batting average...recorded 28 games with multiple hits... had a team high 17-game hit streak from March 9-April 4... also had a 13-game hit streak from April 19-May 11...second on the team in assists...earned MWC Player of the Week on May 5 for three-game performance at BYU in which he hit .553 (8-for-15) with two doubles, a triple, three RBI and four runs scored...was a home run short of hitting for the cycle in game two of the series...collected four hits in his first game as a Lobo on Feb. 22...batted .571 (8-for-14) in Texas State series (Feb.27-March 2)... stole four bases vs. Eastern Michigan on Feb. 23.

Summer 2008 & 2007:Led the Hays Larks to the 2008 Jayhawk League Championship...posted a .411 batting average in 26 games collecting 18 RBI, 11 stolen bases, 18 RBI and seven doubles...first team All-American at NBC tournament in 2007...hit .295 in 56 games with eight doubles, five triples and 28 RBI

Pima CC (2006 & 2007):Played 54 games in 2007 with a .291 batting average...hit nine doubles, two triples and drove in 26 RBI.

High School: Excelled in baseball and football...made first team all-state as a shortstop and first team all-conference...awarded Tucson Citizen Player of the Year for baseball...named first team all-conference for football...recieved the Hal E. Ustes Award.

Personal:Born August 9, 1987 in Tucson, Ariz. to Dennis and Anna Brownstein...has one sibling, Rachel ...likes fly fishing and playing paintball... favorite athlete is Derek Jeter...majoring in Psychology.