|Brooks' Career Statistics|
Had 24 multi-hit games in his career with 23 multi-RBI games ...had a career average of .345 with runners on base (49-for-142) ... hit .366 (15-for-41) with three homers and 12 RBIs in 10 career postseason games (Ivy Championship and NCAA Regionals) ... finished career among Dartmouth’s top 20 in triples and home runs.
All-Ivy honorable mention at first base ... tied for third in the league with 36 RBIs and ninth with 32 runs scored ... five times collected three hits in a game ... tied for second on the team with nine multi-RBI games ... reached base safely in 16 straight games early in the year ... hit .328 (19-for-58) with runners in scoring position ... went 3-for-4 with two walks, a home run and a season-high five RBIs in the 19-2 shellacking of Akron ... smacked two doubles and drove in three of the team’s five runs in a win over Grinnell ... scored three times in the home-opening 16-11 win over Siena ... belted the game-winning three-run homer with one out in the final inning of a 6-4 victory at Columbia ... delivered a walk-off single in the 10th of a 3-2 win versus Cornell ... lined a single that scooted past the right fielder to allow the tying run to score in extra innings during a 4-3 win over Princeton ... broke the 2-2 deadlock in the fifth of a seven-inning game against Brown with a two-run double in the 7-3 victory ... singled and scored the winning run from first on a double in the 2-1 walk-off win versus the Bears ... went 3-for-4 with two runs, and RBI and a stolen base in his final home game ... lined the game-winning, two-out, two-run double into the left-field corner in the eighth inning of the second game of the Ivy Championship Series to send Dartmouth to a 5-4 win and force game three ... went 3-for-5 with a career-best two long balls in that decisive game at Princeton ... finished the season strong with six multi-hit games and a .381 average (16-for-42) with four doubles, a triple, two homers, 11 runs and 11 RBIs.
Selected to the All-Ivy Second Team at first base ... led the team and ranked second in the Ivy League with 48 RBIs, the third most in Dartmouth history ... also tied for team-high honors with seven home runs and five triples ... those three-baggers were the most in the conference as well ... hit .429 with runners on base, .533 with runners on and two down and led the team with 20 two-out RBIs ... racked up 15 multi-hit games and 12 multi-RBI games; the latter figure led the team ... reached base safely in each of the last 21 games, going 34-for-81 (.420) with five doubles, four triples and five homers for a .765 slugging percentage, plus had 30 RBIs in that stretch ... even hotter finishing the season on a 10-game hit streak with a .488 average (21-for-43) and two doubles, a triple, three homers and 18 RBIs ... did not commit an error in the last 26 games ... produced consecutive three-hit, four RBI games against Bucknell and Akron during the Florida trip in March ... first career four-hit game came in 14-12 win at Bethune-Cookman, driving in three runs ... went 3-for-3 with two doubles, scoring two runs and driving in the other in a 3-0 win over Yale ... tied a school record by swatting two triples in a game against Saint Anselm, the second of which was the difference in the 5-3 win as he drove in two ... drove in six runs in Rolfe Division clincher against Harvard with a double, triple and a home run, becoming the first Dartmouth player with six RBIs in a game in six years ... accomlished the feat again against FIU in the NCAA Regionals, four coming on a two-out grand slam to break an 8-8 tie in the sixth, sending Dartmouth to its first victory in a regional game in 23 years ... chosen as the Dartmouth Male Athlete of the Week on May 5, 2010.
Picked up his first hit of the season at #12 Cal Poly with a single in the eighth, then scored ... ripped a two-run double in the 7-6 win over Holy Cross ... became the only Big Green player during the season to score four runs in a game thanks to a pair of hits and two walks in the 13-10 victory at Vermont ... stepped in at first base in the NCAA Regional against Kansas when Mike Pagliarulo was knocked out of the game — literally — and produced one of the Big Green’s five hits ... played for the San Luis Obispo Blues in the California Collegiate League the summer after sophomore campaign with Big Green teammate Kyle Hendricks, leading the team with a .356 average and 12 doubles in 118 at-bats.
Blasted a solo homer in second at-bat of the season versus Navy ... singled, walked and scored the next day in a thrilling 4-3 win over the Midshipmen ... walked three times and drove in two runs in wild 19-18 victory at Army ... ripped a pinch-single in his final game of the season against Harvard.
Lettered three years at Oaks Christian for coaches Mike Maio and Jim Stueve ... as a junior helped the squad to a league championship and a 19-6 record ... named first team All-Tri Valley League and All-Ventura County each of his last two seasons ... Lions Scholar-Athlete ... also played football as a freshman and sophomore.
History major ... son of Marc and Kathy has one sister ... born Feb. 20, 1989 in Westhills, Calif. ... father played football at San Diego State ... has an uncle who was a two-sport athlete (football and baseball) at USC ... also has an aunt who was a swimmer at UCLA ... enjoys fishing, golfing and collecting sports memorabilia.