2005: Registered two hits and an RBI in second win against Delaware . . .went two for five in first game of double-header versus Cal State Northridge . . . went two for four with a double in defeat of NYIT . . . homered in the ninth to push the game into extra innings before Stony Brook defeated UMBC in the first game of a double-header . . .
2004: Made the transition from the pitcher's mound to the outfield, hitting .284 with 23 hits, seven doubles and one home run...recorded his first career hit, a double, versus Princeton ...tallied five multiple hit games and had a career-high three hits against New York Tech...drove in 13 runs and scored 11 times.
2003: Started five games for Stony Brook, posting a 2-0 record with a 4.41 ERA...came on to save the game for the Seawolves in their 11-10 win over Northeastern in the America East Championship series, pitching 2.1 scoreless innings and striking out four batters while allowing just one hit...picked up a win against Hofstra out of the pen, tossing three shutout innings and allowing two hits and striking out one...threw seven innings against Kansas State in a 10-2 SBU victory...picked up the win, allowing two runs (earned) on four hits and four walks while striking out seven.
2002: Appeared in nine games in 2002, starting two...pitched a total of 15 innings, posting a 1-2 record...picked up his first win as a Seawolf, pitching two innings, striking out two and allowing no earned runs versus Vermont.
High School: Attended Walnut Hills High School, earning four letters...as a senior, hit .405 with a grand slam and posted a 2.00 ERA...as a junior, hit .395 with three home runs...four-time recipient of athletic scholar award...2000 first team all-league pitcher...1999 second team all-league on the mound.
Personal: Son of Rhoda and Richard Brumfield...brother of Richelle...majoring in computer engineering. . .