2012: The Hounds acquired Carroll in the 2012 Expansion draft (10th overall). The midfielder played in 13 games of the franchise's inaugural season, and finished tied for third on the team in goals, with 17. Six of Carroll's goals came on the power play, which was a team high. He also added three assists for a total of 20 points.
2011: Carroll appeared in 10 regular-season games for the Bayhawks, notching 10 goals and adding two assists for a total of 12 points.In the postseason, Carroll scored two goals in the Bayhawks’ semi-final loss.
2010: The midfielder was drafted by the Chesapeake Bayhawks in the first round (6th overall) of the 2010 MLL Collegiate Draft. Carroll played in four regular-season games that year, contributing five goals and two assists. In addition, Carroll put up four goals and two assists during the postseason, en route to winning the MLL Championship.
Collegiate: In four years at Virginia, Carroll played 70 games, recording 94 goals and 34 assists for a total of 128 career points. His 94 goals tied a record set by Pete Eldredge in 1972 for most goals by a Virginia midfielder. Carroll was twice named All-ACC and twice named a USILA All-American (3rd team in 2009 and 2nd team in 2010).
Personal: Brian currently lives in New York City and works as an analyst for Graham Capital Management. He has done work with Harlem Lacrosse and Virginia-based Amped Lacrosse. In his free time Brian enjoys going to see live music and is a huge Ravens fan. He also has a twin brother, Kevin.