Ranks 10th on career-list in 3-pointers made (103) and ninth in 3-point FG percentage (.355) heading into junior season.
Played in 26 games with 15 starts, averaging 7.1 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.85 assists per game ... Missed eight games from January 3-26 after breaking her left (non-shooting) hand in practice ... Hit 35 percent (41-of-119) of her 3-point attempts, including four games with three or more ... Scored in double figures five times during the season, including three times in a five-game stretch before the injury ... Started the first 13 contests of the year before the injury and then twice more in February ... Ranked sixth in Sun Belt in 3-point FG percentage and 11th in 3-pointers per game (1.58) ... Scored 13 points in season-opener at Old Dominion ... Best contest of the year came at No. 3 Maryland, scoring 22 points, including 6-of-12 from 3-point range, in 37 minutes ... UMD contest started a six-game streak where she averaged 10.8 points per outing, including 16-for-39 (.410) on 3-pointers ... Tallied seven games with three or more assists, including career-best six at South Alabama ... Voted Third Team Academic All-District IV selection by CoSIDA.
Started twice and played in all 34 contests, averaging 7.0 points, 1.9 rebounds and 15.9 minutes per game ... Made 62 3-pointers, tied for the seventh most in a single season and fourth most in the Sun Belt ... Her .363 3-point FG percentage was also 10th best in the SBC ... Had nine contests with three or more made 3-pointers, including eight games with at least four trifectas ... Scored in double figures 11 times, all in an 18-game stretch from November 26-January 31 ... Started the first two games of her career, versus top-ranked Maryland and against South Dakota State ... Hit four 3-pointers for 12 points at Tennessee and followed that with 10 points and four rebounds at Tennessee Tech ... Had five trifectas and 17 points along with five rebounds at South Alabama and 10 points versus Louisiana-Monroe ... Connected on seven 3-pointers, tying for the fifth most in a game in school history, and posted 25 points against North Dakota State ... Had five more 3-pointers and 19 points in her next game, against Troy, and 16 points and four trifectas in the following game, at Florida International ... Connected on four 3-pointers and 12 points at New Orleans and versus Arkansas State ... Netted four trifectas and scored 15 points with five rebounds against Louisiana-Lafayette ... Also scored 15 points with three trifectas versus Denver ... Struggled the last six weeks of the season, making just five 3-pointers on 33 attempts over the final 11 contests.
Four-year letterwinner for coach Bruce Winningham at York Institute ... Miss Basketball Finalist in Class AA as junior and senior ... Voted First Team All-State by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association and District and Region MVP ... Voted Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year as senior ... ... All-Upper Cumberland Player of the Year ... TACA All-Star ... Scored a school-record 2,444 points in her career ... Had a career average 20.8 points per game and recorded 812 rebounds, 326 blocked shots, 288 assists and 165 steals ... Missed 17 games as a junior because of injury but came back to score 36 points in the semifinals and 42 points in the consolation game of the district tournament.
Brandi Michelle Brown ... Born August 5, 1987 ... Daughter of Steve Brown and Jane and Larry Bruce Beaty ... Majoring in Accounting ... Has one sibling - Kristen Brown (22).