2011: Competed in four of six events, ranking among Army's top competitors on floor exercise ... put finishing touches on third season with first trip to the NCAA Regionals ... listed fifth among the individual qualifiers with a 14.158 average that ranked 37th nationally ... turned in a 13.5 in qualifying session ... twice earned runner-up honors (Springfield and Navy) in signature event along with a pair of third-place finishes ... tied career-high 14.6 in third-place showing in the preliminary round of the USAG Championships to advance to the finals ... earned USAG All-America honors on strength of fifth-place finish (14.15) ... one of 22 gymnasts named a USAG scholar-athlete (3.20 or higher grade-point average) ... set career-high 14.6 in road meet at Springfield ... qualified for the individual finals at the West Point Open after tying for fifth place in the prelims (14.1) ... moved up a spot in fourth-place finish in the finals ... turned in a personal-best 15.4 on vault in first-place home win over Springfield ... placed third in meet with Navy (15.0) and was fourth against William & Mary (15.2) ... season-high 13.5 recorded on parallel bars at the West Point Open ... personal-best 13.7 on high bar tied for seventh at the West Point Open and qualified for the individual finals ... medaled after placing sixth.
2010: Competed in every meet, ranking among Army's leaders on floor exercise and parallel bars ... career-high 14.4 scored twice on floor exercise, both times in wins over Navy in tying for the fourth highest score of the season ... the first was in a triangular at Springfield and the second in Star win over the host Midshipmen in three-way meet that included William & Mary ... headed to the ECAC tournament ranked 11th in the conference with a 14.283 average ... personal-best 14.0 on parallel bars in triangular match at Springfield tied for third best mark of the season ... mark recorded in the regular-season finale against William & Mary ... highest individual finish was fourth place on p-bars (13.85) in dual match at Springfield... career-best 15.2 on vault just missed breaking into Army's top five scores in that event ... third time hit the 15.0 mark after opening season with team-high 15.15 against Penn State ... finished fifth in that event along with floor exercise against the Nittany Lions ... career-high 13.55 recorded twice on high bar, the last in a road meet at Springfield in a fourth-place finish.
2009: Lone dual appearance came in season opener at Penn State ... sidelined by a broken hand remainder of dual season ... turned in Army's top score of 13.35 on floor exercise while competing in four events in collegiate debut against the No. 5 Nittany Lions ... returned for the ECAC Championships hosted at West Point ... competed in floor exercise and vault ... posted Army's top score of 14.9 in the latter.
Club/High School: Member of C.G. Gymnastics for 12 years ... four-time all-around state champion ... competed three years at the Junior Olympic Championships and seven at the Regionals ... attended Central H.S. and earned four letters in gymnastics ... coached by James Clement and Chad Babin ... 2008 Louisiana state all-around champion ... copped runner-up honors previous three years ... four-time USA Gymnastics Academic All-American ... garnered first-team honors three times along with second team accolades.
Personal: Given name is Chase Randall Brown ... son of Paul and Stacey Brown ... 2008 student of the year for the Central Community School District ... president of Spanish Club ... school yearbook editor ... graduated sixth in class of 300 students ... majoring in Life Sciences.