Before he was a Premier Lacrosse League pioneering head coach for Chaos LC, Andy Towers was an absolute mad man at Brown.
Arguably one of the greatest players of all-time at Brown history, Andy Towers finished his career in 1993 with 150 career goals, three All-American honors, and a trip to three NCAA Tournament appearances. Notching 50 goals during his freshman season was record-setting for Brown in 1990. In 1993, he was named the seventh Brown player to win Ivy League Player of the Year. Towers finished his career with 203 points, third all-time program history at the time of graduation.
Towers was inducted in the Brown Athletics Hall of Fame as a member of the 2004 class.
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