|Hometown:||Fort Walton Beach, Fla.|
|High School:||Choctawhatchee High School|
UPDATED May 3, 2016
BRITTANY BROWN CAREER STATS
Junior Season: All-ACC Defensive Team…AllState Good Works Team Nominee…All-ACC Academic Team…Alicia Gladden Defensive Player of the Year.
Sophomore Season: All-ACC Academic Team…All Sports Association Female Collegiate Award.
Freshman Season: Alicia Gladden Defensive Player of the Year.
Junior Season (2015-16)
Further solidified her status as one of the best perimeter defenders in program history, recording 98 steals which led the ACC…Brown’s 98 total swipes is the second-most in a season at FSU…Finished ninth nationally in total steals and 12th with 2.97 steals per game…Also finished sixth in the conference with 4.2 assists per game…Brown’s 1.5 assist/turnover ratio (139/94) led FSU and was tied for seventh in the ACC…One of the top offensive rebounding guards in the country with 2.5 O-boards per game…Brown’s 139 total assists led FSU…Averaged a team-leading 32 minutes per game, garnering 1,056 minutes on the season while no other FSU player reached above 1,000…Averaged 8.9 points, 5.7 rebounds and shot 35.2 percent (105-of-298) from the floor…Made first career start at point guard in replacement of the injured Leticia Romero and Emiah Bingley vs. Tulane (11/19/15)...Played 40 minutes and scored eight points with 10 rebounds and a 5-to-4 assist to turnover ratio...Had nine assists to zero turnovers in an 84-44 win over UAB at the point guard spot, adding nine points and six boards (11/22/15)...11 points, 5 rebounds and no turnovers vs. UNF (11/24)...Totaled 15 points (6-of-10) and dished off seven assists with five rebounds in a win at LIU-Brooklyn (11/27/15)...Held an impressive streak of 83 minutes and 12 seconds without committing a turnover in the early portion of the season…Tied career high with 24 points (all in the first half) against Sam Houston State on 9-of-12 shooting, adding five assists and four steals...Then-career-high seven steals against Rutgers (12/3/15)...Nine points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals in a win over Temple (12/6/15)...Tied a career high with three 3-pointers while adding 11 points and eight boards vs. Mercer (12/15/15)...Had 13 points, six rebounds, five steals and four assists vs. Murray State (12/19/15)...Scored 17 points (6-of-14) along with six assists and five steals (12/21/15)...Established a new career high with eight steals vs. Boston College, the most steals in a game by an FSU player since April Traylor had eight at Xavier on Feb. 1, 2001.. Recorded seven rebounds to go along with 10 points and four assists in a victory over Georgia Tech (01/10/16)...Picked up seven more steals as well as five assists in just 22 minutes at Clemson (1/14/16)...Finished with eight points and four assists at No. 16 Miami, providing the game’s biggest play with a knock-down 3-pointer with 1:53 left to put FSU ahead 63-55 (1/24/16)...Nearly became the third Seminole to record a triple-double, totaling 22 points (7-of-14), nine rebounds and a career-high 11 assists at Wake Forest (1/28/16)...Tied a career high with 12 rebounds at No. 23 Syracuse (1/18/16)...Picked up her fourth career double-double with 10 points and 10 boards along with four steals in 72-55 win NCAA First-Round win over Middle Tennessee (3/19/16)...Had 16 points, eight rebounds and four steals vs. Texas A&M (3/21)…Had 10 points and nine rebounds along with three steals in the NCAA Sweet 16 vs. Baylor (3/26/16)…Totaled 10 steals in three NCAA postseason games…Her eight steals vs. Boston College and seven steals vs. Rutgers and Clemson were the top three steals totals in a game by an ACC student-athlete in 2015-16.
Sophomore Season (2014-15)
Wrapped up her second year averaging 6.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and shooting 39.2 percent (94-of-240)…Second on the team with 53 steals, only surpassed by teammate Maegan Conwright’s 55 takeaways…Through two seasons, Brown’s 131 career steals are nearly halfway to the school record of 275 held by Seminole legend Alicia Gladden (2003-07)…Brown sits 31 steals away from cracking the Top 20 career list at FSU…Recorded over two offensive rebounds per game (2.2)…In ACC play she raised her offensive rebounds average to 2.7, tying for 14th in the conference…Improved greatly in certain offensive categories, including free throw percentage (+5.1 percent), 3-point field goal percentage (+16.2 percent) and field goal percentage (+4 percent)…Over her final 14 games she went 12-of-23 from 3-point range…Contributed with four steals and five rebounds against UAB (11/14/14)…Recorded 12 points with four steals in a 103-34 win over Bethune-Cookman (11/18/14)…Had four steals in an 11-point outing against UMass (11/23/14)…Tallied eight rebounds and two steals at Purdue (12/3/14)…Stuffed the stat sheet at Temple - 11 points, seven rebounds, three assists, two blocks and two steals (12/14/14)…One of three double-figure scorers vs. UNF, finishing with 10 points and a team-high four assists (12/16/14)…Had 13 points on 5-of-7 shooting with four rebounds against Savannah State (12/19/14)…Recorded her first career double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds against Tulane (12/22/14)…Posted 10 points (3-of-5) with five rebounds against Jacksonville (12/29/14)…Scored 14 points, all in the second half, in a win over Wake Forest (1/25/15)…Grabbed eight rebounds to go along with five points against Miami (2/8/15)…Had 12 big points (5-of-9), including two 3-pointers, with five rebounds at Virginia (2/15/15)…Had nine points and four rebounds vs. Clemson (2/19/15)…Recorded second career double-double with 10 points and 12 boards vs. NC State (2/26/15)…Scored nine points (5-of-6) against Alabama State (3/21/15)…Finished with 12 points on 5-of-11 shooting in FSU’s NCAA Elite Eight game against South Carolina (3/29/15)…Started 35 of FSU’s 37 games and played 22.3 minutes per game…12 double-figure scoring games…Posted seven games with multiple 3-point field goals.
Freshman Season (2013-14)
Established the FSU freshman single-season record for steals with 78...Finished 52nd nationally in steals as well as third in the ACC...Averaged nine points, 3.8 rebounds and shot 35.2 percent from the field...Totaled 13 double-figure games, including two 20+ point performances...Had eight points, three steals and four boards against Iowa State in her first NCAA Tournament game (3/22)...Shot a career-best 10-of-11 from the field for 21 points against Virginia (3/2/14)...Based on the minimum of 10 field goal attempts, Brown’s 90.9 shooting percentage vs. Virginia is tied for the third highest in school history...Posted career high 11 rebounds while adding six points and four assists in a win at Clemson (2/23/14)...Tallied 10 points and three rebounds against Notre Dame (2/6/14)...Tied career high with five steals and added seven points against Virginia Tech (1/26/14)...Had three steals at No. 20/21 NC State (1/16/14)...Scored nine points with three boards vs. UNC (1/12/14)...Had four points, three steals and five boards at Miami (1/9/14)...Posted 11 points, five steals, six rebounds and three assists in a win over Pitt (1/2/14)...Set career high with seven assists vs. UT Martin (12/28/13)...Garnered 10 points vs. Pacific (12/20/13)...Totaled 11 points, four rebounds and three assists in the `Noles’ 71-33 win vs. Jacksonville (12/8/13)...Generated eight points and four steals in 60-58 win over No. 25 Michigan State (12/4/13)...Led the team in points with 16 including three 3-pointers and two assists in game versus Miami-Ohio (12/1/13)...Had 10 points and four boards vs. Stetson (11/29/13)...Posted seven points, four rebounds and four steals in game against Louisville (11/24/13)...Contributed with 13 points, including three 3-pointers, and six rebounds at Florida (11/21/13)...Posted a career-high 24 points, five rebounds and five steals in a win over Prairie View A&M (11/17/13)...Became the first FSU freshman to record 24 points or more in a game since Cierra Bravard had 25 vs. College of Charleston in 2008...Recorded 13 points and four rebounds at Cincinnati (11/13/13)...Scored her first collegiate basket on a layup three seconds into the season opener vs. UNCG (11/8/13)...Added 17 points and five rebounds vs. the Spartans.
Two-time Florida Association of Coaches 6A All-State selection ...Two-time Northwest Florida Daily News Player of the Year...2013 Daily News Female Athlete of the Year...Finalist for the McDonald’s All-American team...Averaged 18.6 points, 3.9 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 6.2 steals per game and led Choctawhatchee High School to a 31-1 record and its first ever trip to the state championship during her senior season in 2012-13...Had two buzzer beaters in the 2013 state tournament, including a 10-foot jumper as time expired to lift Choctaw past Pine Forest, 61-60, in the 1-6A regional semifinals...Brought Choctaw back from down 11 with four minutes remaining in the game by scoring 20 points in the final frame to lift her squad to the regional finals...Finished with 39 points versus Pine Forest...Only loss came by one point in the Florida 6A state championship game, where Brown hit a 30-foot buzzer-beater to force overtime...Averaged 23 points, seven assists, six rebounds and six steals per game as a junior, while leading Choctaw to a 25-2 mark...Finished her career with 2,068 points...Ranked as the fourth-best player in Florida by National Basketball Insider... Rated the No. 64 prospect in the country by All-Star Girls Report and No. 85 by ESPN HoopGurlz...Competed for the Miami Suns on the AAU circuit and was coached at Choctaw by her father, Don Brown.
Born Aug. 25, 1995...Was the first player in her class to sign a National Letter of Intent with Seminoles...Calls her parents, Don and Stephanie Brown, her role models...Majoring in sport management…Also participated in track and weightlifting in high school...Favorite movie is Fast & Furious 7...Her cross necklace is her favorite wardrobe accessory…Enjoys going to the movies with her teammates...Plays the drums...Enjoys playing video games…Aspires to be an athletic trainer, coach, or owner of Boys and Girls Club or Rec center…Favorite song is See You Again by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth…Artist most played is Chris Brown…One thing she should probably throw away but never will are her high school state championship basketball shoes from her senior year…Most memorable win would be when Gabby Bevillard made her first career field goal against Clemson in remembrance of her mother who passed away…With $500 million from the lottery she would buy her mom a home, her dad a 1968 Camaro, a BMW, things for her siblings and give to charity…Most gratifying community service performed was when the team held a clinic for several kids in Dakar, Africa during the summer 2013…If she could choose to give back or fight for a cause it would be for those with cancer…If she could spend an hour with anyone it would be Tim Tebow…Her jersey No. 12 runs in her family from her uncles, fathers, brother and sister…Claims she has a good voice…Favorite home-cooked meal is her mom’s brownies…Has one brother and one sister…Comes from a very athletic family…Referred to as one of the team’s biggest jokesters…Has the ability to do great impersonations…Supposedly is cluster-phobic…One of her most inspirational stories she’s ever heard is when NBA superstar Chris Paul came to the aid of a young basketball-loving boy whose mother passed away from brain cancer…Some of her best advice ever received comes from her parents, who told her to take advantage of family and spend every moment right with them.
Points: 24, 2x
Rebounds: 12, 2x
Assists: 11, at Wake Forest –- 1/28/16
Steals: 8, vs. Boston College – 1/7/16
Blocks: 2, 2x
FG made: 10, Virginia -- 03/02/14
FG attempts: 19, Duke -- 01/23/14
3FG made: 3, 4x
3FG attempts: 9, at Florida -- 11/21/13
FT made: 8, at Wake Forest –- 1/28/16
FT attempts: 10, Prairie View A&M -- 11/17/13