• Saturday, Feb 18
    Tougaloo at
    71
    Stillman College
    100
  • Saturday, Feb 18
    Xavier at
    74
    Dillard
    87
    Bleu Devil Classic
  • Saturday, Feb 18
    Talladega at
    89
    SUNO
    70
  • Saturday, Feb 18
    Philander Smith at
    116
    Rhema Bible College
    91
  • Wednesday, Feb 15
    Stillman College at
    72
    Xavier
    54
  • Monday, Feb 13
    Dillard at
    88
    Philander Smith
    94
  • Monday, Feb 13
    Xavier at
    58
    SUNO
    55
  • Monday, Feb 13
    Edward Waters at
    68
    Talladega
    75
  • Saturday, Feb 11
    SUNO at
    57
    Philander Smith
    80
  • Saturday, Feb 11
    Talladega at
    76
    Dillard
    108
  • Saturday, Feb 11
    Edward Waters at
    84
    Tougaloo
    94
  • Thursday, Feb 9
    Talladega at
    69
    Philander Smith
    89
    Postponed due to inclement weather
  • Thursday, Feb 9
    Concordia College Selma at
    69
    Xavier
    66
  • Wednesday, Feb 8
    Concordia College Selma at
    76
    Dillard
    81
  • Monday, Feb 6
    Dillard at
    100
    Edward Waters
    70
  • Monday, Feb 6
    Tougaloo at
    70
    Talladega
    86
  • Monday, Feb 6
    Philander Smith at
    70
    Xavier
    62
  • Saturday, Feb 4
    Xavier at
    (OT) 65
    Edward Waters
    61
    5 p.m. EST
  • Saturday, Feb 4
    SUNO at
    85
    Dillard
    89
  • Saturday, Feb 4
    Philander Smith at
    85
    Tougaloo
    89
Men's Basketball
Men's Basketball - Tue, Aug. 28, 2012

Ken Brown-2011-12 GCAC Player of the Year, Newcomer of the Year, and 1st Team All-Conference recipient-has recently accepted a new title. In August of 2012, Brown added another title to his already decorative athletic resume becoming a professional basketball player abroad. Brown is currently packing his bags to travel across the world to play professional basketball in Germany. He plans to leave this week.

This is a great opportunity for Brown, who has played with some of the NBA Greats and competed exceptionally well. An overseas experience will increase Brown's athletic exposure and possibly take him to new heights within the professional athletic community. When asked how this athletic career move could help, Brown responded, "It will give me an opportunity to showcase my talents at a higher level."

Indeed, Brown's career will continue to be elevated along with his athletic prowess. In 2011-12, Brown led the NAIA in scoring, averaging 31.79 points per game. During the single season that he played with Philander Smith College, he compiled an impressive 959 points in 30 games. Brown received a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education in the spring of 2012.

The PSC athletic community is extremely proud of Brown's accomplishments. We wish him continued success.