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2009-2010 Women's Basketball Roster

Brandi Brown

Class: SR-3L
Position: F
Height: 6-3
Previous School: York Institute
Hometown: Jamestown, Tenn.

2008-09 (JUNIOR)
Received the Sun Belt Conference's Female Postgraduate Scholarship Award ... Presented with the Outstanding Junior Female Athlete award by the MT Student-Athlete Enhancement Center ... Ranked 21st nationally for 3-point field goal percentage (40.9) and 50th for 3-point field goals made per game (2.3) ... Named Second Team Academic All-District IV by CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine ... Selected to the All-Sun Belt Third Team ... Garnered a spot on the All-Sun Belt Tournament Team ... Earned a starting position in 30 of the 34 games, including all 18 Sun Belt contests ... Averaged 11.9 ppg and 4.1 rpg, finishing second on the team in scoring ... Raised her averages to 13.3 ppg and 4.7 rpg during conference action ... Ended the campaign tied for third on the school's career list with 182 3-pointers, needing 42 to tie the record ... Connected on 79 triples, placing her third in the single-season chart in school history ... Knocked down a team-best 80.8 percent (42-of-52) of her foul shots and registered a team-high 35 blocked shots ... Listed among the Sun Belt's overall leaders for 3-point field goal percentage (2nd, 40.9), 3-point field goals made (2nd, 2.32), blocked shots (7th, 1.03), assists (11th, 2.88), field goal percentage (14th, 45.1) and scoring (15th, 11.9) ... Ranked in the Sun Belt games only charts for 3-point field goals made (1st, 3.11), assist/turnover ratio (2nd, 2.13), 3-point field goal percentage (3rd, 43.4), assists (T6th, 3.56), blocked shots (7th, 1.06), minutes played (10th, 34.56), scoring (11th, 13.3), field goal percentage (13th, 44.3) and steals (T14th, 1.61) ... Posted the first double-double of her career with 13 points and a career-best 10 rebounds against Florida Atlantic (Jan. 7) ... Was one-half of a Blue Raider tandem (Emily Queen - 20 pts., 10 rebs.) to register a double-double in the contest, becoming the second set of teammates under Coach Insell to do so ... First time it happened was Feb. 22, 2007, when Chrissy Givens and Krystle Horton accomplished the feat at Troy ... Tallied a career-high 28 points, while tying a career best for field goals made (nine) at New Orleans (Jan. 24) ... Converted 6-of-9 triples against the Privateers, including her first six attempts all in the first half ... Netted a team-best 24 points on 8-of-11 field goals, 5-of-8 from long range, while grabbing seven rebounds in the Sun Belt Championship versus UALR (March 10) ... Four of the five 3-pointers came in the opening 20 minutes ... Named the State Farm Player of the Game for her efforts ... Surpassed the 20-point barrier with 21, again hitting six 3-pointers, against North Texas (Feb. 15) and with 20 against Louisiana-Lafayette (Jan. 28) ... Contributed five treys among her six field goals for 17 points at South Alabama (Jan. 4) ... Reached the double-digit plateau in 22 games ... Hit at least one 3-pointer in the final 22 contests and all but five games ... Hit a game-tying triple in the second half against Indiana (Nov. 22) in the Preseason WNIT as part of a Blue Raider comeback after trailing at the intermission ... Hit her first five field goal attempts, including 4-of-4 from long range, at Florida International (Feb. 25) ... Hauled in at least one rebound in all 34 games ... Grabbed eight boards against Alabama (Dec. 14) and at Western Kentucky (Jan. 14) ... Had a stretch of eight games from at No. 7 Tennessee (Dec. 11) to Florida International (Jan. 11) where 27 of her 28 caroms were on the defensive glass ... Handed out a career-high eight assists at North Texas (Dec. 31), against Louisiana-Lafayette and against North Texas ... Registered a career-best four steals at Denver (Feb. 4) with six assists to go along with her 18 points ... Played all 45 minutes in the overtime win at UALR (Jan. 17), her second straight game of not coming off the floor after seeing action for all 40 minutes at Western Kentucky.

2007-08 (SOPHOMORE)
Voted Third Team Academic All-District IV by CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine ... Started 15 contests among the 26 in which she played, including the opening 13 tilts ... Averaged 7.1 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.85 assists per game ... Converted 41-of-119 (34.5 percent) of her 3-point attempts ... Hit three or more triples in four games ... Registered double-figure scoring five times, including three in a five-game span ... Ranked sixth in the Sun Belt for 3-point field goal percentage (34.5) and 11th for 3-pointers made per game (1.58) ... Tallied a season-high 22 points, including 6-of-12 from 3-point range, in 37 minutes at No. 3 Maryland (Dec. 5) ... Contest began a six-game stretch in which she averaged 10.8 ppg, which included 16-of-39 (41.0 percent) from long distance ... Nailed 14 points against Florida International (Dec. 19), 13 against Western Carolina (March 19) in the Postseason WNIT and 12 at South Alabama (Dec. 22) ... Recorded 13 points in the season opener at Old Dominion (Nov. 10) ... Hauled in a season-best six rebounds against No. 8 LSU (Dec. 28) and versus Troy (March 8) in the Sun Belt Tournament quarterfinals ... Added five boards at Arizona (Nov. 25) and at Kentucky (March 21) in the Postseason WNIT ... Posted a season-best six assists at South Alabama, one of seven times she dished at least three in a game ... Missed eight mid-season games due to a broken left hand suffered in practice.

2006-07 (FRESHMAN)
Played in all 34 games, earning two starts ... Only starts came in her first two collegiate games, against No. 1 Maryland (Nov. 10) and South Dakota State (Nov. 13) ... Averaged 7.0 points and 1.9 rebounds in 15.9 minutes per game ... Tied for the ninth most 3-pointers made in a season in school history, and the fourth most in the Sun Belt during the year, with 62 ... Ranked 10th in the league with a 36.3 percentage from 3-point territory ... Hit three or more 3-pointers in nine contests, eight of which she connected on at least four ... Posted double-figure scoring in 11 tilts out of an 18-game span from Nov. 26 through Jan. 31 ... Drained seven 3-pointers, tying for the fifth most in a single game in school history, on her way to 25 points against North Dakota State (Jan. 2) ... Registered five triples against Troy (Jan. 6) and at South Alabama (Dec. 14) for 19 and 17 points, respectively ... Notched 16 points on the strength of four 3-pointers at Florida International (Jan. 9) ... Had back-to-back contests with 15 points against Louisiana-Lafayette (Jan. 28) and Denver (Jan. 31) ... Hit four triples in games at No. 4 Tennessee (Nov. 26), at New Orleans (Jan. 13) and against Arkansas State (Jan. 18) ... Topped the double-digit plateau at Tennessee Tech (Nov. 29) and against Louisiana-Monroe (Dec. 17) with 10 points apiece ... Grabbed a season-best five rebounds at South Alabama and against Louisiana-Lafayette ... Dished a season-high three assists against North Dakota State and versus Louisiana-Lafayette (March 6) in the Sun Belt Championship.

A four-year letterwinner for coach Bruce Winningham at York Institute ... Selected as a Miss Basketball finalist in 2A as a junior and senior ... Voted all-state first team by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association in 2005 and 2006 ... Picked as the district and region MVP ... Named the 2006 Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year ... Tabbed as the All-Upper Cumberland Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Earned Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association All-Star honors ... Scored a school-record 2,444 points in her career (20.8 ppg) ... Added 812 rebounds, 326 blocked shots, 288 assists and 165 steals ... Missed 17 games as a junior because of an injury but came back to tally 36 points in the semifinals and 42 points in the consolation game of the district tournament ... Completed her junior campaign averaging 25.6 points and 9.5 rebounds.

Born Brandi Michelle Brown on Aug. 5, 1987, in Cookeville, Tenn. ... Daughter of Steve Brown and Jane and Larry Bruce Beaty ... Has one sibling, Kristen Brown (23) ... Graduated with honors in May 2009 with an accounting degree ... Entered graduate school at Middle Tennessee in Fall 2009 in pursuit of her MBA.

2006-2007 Game-by-Game Stats
2007-2008 Game-by-Game Stats
2008-2009 Game-by-Game Stats
2009-2010 Game-by-Game Stats