2006: Named Second-Team All-Mountain West Conference ... One of just two team members to play in and start all 56 games ... Third on team and ninth in the MWC with .354 batting average ... Led team and eighth in the MWC with 57 RBI ... Second on squad with 10 home runs ... Tied for team lead and tied for fourth in MWC in doubles, tallying 18 ... Second on team with 11 stolen bases in 13 attempts ... Just seven errors in 512 chances for a .986 fielding percentage ... 22 multiple-hit games ... Four games with four hits or more, including a five-hit outing at Utah Valley State on April 7.
2005: Earned All-Mountain West Conference honors ... Started all 55 games ... Led team with .377 batting average, 8 home runs and 22 doubles ... 51 RBIs ranked second on the team ... Scored 50 runs, which ranked No. 2 on the squad.
2004: Earned All-Mountain West Conference honors ... Led team with .369 batting average ... Started 38 games and appeared in 44 contests ... Ranked fourth on the team with a .494 slugging percentage ... Tallied 15 extra-base hits, including 11 doubles, two triples and two home runs ... Named Mountain West Scholar-Athlete.
High School: League MVP for Pullman High School in 2003 ... Team captain as a senior ... 2002 team MVP ... Three-time first-team all-league shortstop ... Led the league in hitting in 2002 ... Led the league in home runs during his junior and sophomore seasons ... Team won the state championship in 2001 ... Three-sport athlete ... Offensive player of the year for football as both a junior and senior ... All-league quarterback in 2002 ... Led the league in passing during both his junior and senior seasons ... Team captain in football as a senior ... Named second-team all-league in basketball in both 2001 and 2002 ... Two-time team captain in basketball.
Other: Member of the Spokane Heat Summer Select Team ... 2002 team MVP ... 2001 team MVP and Rookie of the Year ... Member of the Mariners (players from Washington, Oregon and Idaho) and the Northwest Select Team.
Personal: Born on January 17, 1985 ... Son of Jack and Jan Brossman ... Exercise and sports science major ... Sister Crista played basketball at Idaho State ... Dad played two years of AA ball with the Pittsburgh Pirates organization ... Pre-game ritual - Prays before each game ... Favorite pro sports team - Seattle Mariners ... Nickname - Bird.