|Hometown:||Bryn Mawr, PA|
At Yale: 2005: Brillman led Yale in points and assists and finished with 21-18-39. His 3.25 points per game were fourth in the league while his 1.50 assists per game were fifth. He played in all 12 games and had seven multiple-goal games while racking up more than two points in every contest. His top goal outing was 4-0-4 (career-high) in a home loss to Dartmouth. He tied his career-best for points with 1-4-5 at Penn in a win. Brillman had four games with four points. 2004: Started all 14 games, finishing third on the team in scoring with 38 points ... Led Yale in assists, recording 22 helpers ... Scored 16 goals, good for fourth on the squad ... Scored five points (2-3) twice in games against Brown and Penn, and went 2-2-4 two other occasions in wins over UMass and Fairfield 2003: Won Yale's Casman Award for team spirit ... Appeared in 11 games, making one start ... Scored first career goal vs. Holy Cross ... Finished with five goals and eight assists. At Radnor High School: Brillman played lacrosse and ice hockey all four years, and as captain, led the hockey team to league, county and state championships. He also helped the lacrosse team finish second in its league. Brillman was named all-league, all-county, and all-area in hockey and lacrosse, and was also selected to the Pennsylvania All-Star lacrosse team. He was awarded a National Merit Letter of Commendation. Personal: Brillman was born on November 25, 1983, to Robert and Cindy Brillman. A member of Silliman College, Brillman is a political science major.