Brian Sullivan graduated from Upper Arlington High School in 2011 after leading his team to a 41-3 record in his final two seasons, scoring over 1,000 points and setting the school record in career 3-pointers made.
Brian was twice the conference player of the year and named to all-state teams in his junior and senior seasons.
Brian accepted a scholarship to Miami University where he led the Mid-American Conference in 3-point field goal percentage and was 8th nationally at 44.9%.
Additionally, he led the MAC in most 3 pointers made per game (2.8). He was voted to the All-MAC freshman team after leading all MAC freshman in scoring (11.8 ppg).
After his freshman season, Brian transferred to Davidson College. In Brian’s first season at Davidson, he became an All-Socon performer after averaging 13.4 ppg and leading the conference in 3-Pointers Made with 90 in a season, while helping his team to a conference championship.
As Davidson stepped up into the Atlantic 10 conference, so did Brian as he became a 2nd team All A-10 performer averaging 15.3 pts and 4.1 assists in conference play, on a team that won the A-10 and received Davidson’s first ever at-large bid.
Brian also led the A-10 in 3-pointers made that season. In his final season, Brian made 99 3-pointers while shooting over 40%, while averaging over 14 ppg and leading his team to the NIT.
He became the first-ever Davidson transfer to score 1,000 points. He graduated as the NCAA Division 1 active leader in 3-point field goals made!
After graduating from Davidson College in 2016, Brian signed a professional contract to play for the Hebeisen White Wings in Germany’s ProA league.
There he ranked within the top-10 guards in field goal percentage, 3-point field goal percentage, player efficiency, effective field goal percentage, true shooting percentage and points per minute.
Following his rookie year in Germany, Brian signed to play in the Czech Republic with Basket Brno. During Brian’s time with Basket Brno he played in the Czech NBL and the Adriatic Cup. he was second in the NBL in scoring 23.4(ppg) and 4th in the Adriatic Cup (2 ppg).
Brian shot an impressive 48% from the field, 47% from 3 and 97% from the free throw line during his play with Basket Brno.