20 Kat Briggs
AS A JUNIOR IN 2009-10: Appeared in 22 games and started five ... Averaged 2.5 ppg ... Took all of her shot attempts from behind the arc and recorded a career-high nine points vs. UMBC on Jan. 24 ... Scored eight points backed by a 5-for-6 showing at the charity stripe in 87-58 win at Brown (Dec. 2) ... Netted seven points with four coming from behind the arc in 83-78 win over Northeastern (Nov. 24) ... In a career-best 34 minutes, scored eight pointsin 47-35 win overRhode Island (Nov. 18).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008-09: Saw action in 29 games and averaged 1.4 ppg ... Dished out two assists vs. Albany in the regular-season ﬁnale vs. Albany (March 7) ... Brought down a career-high four rebounds at Marist (Dec. 13) ... In just nine minutes of action vs. Harvard (Dec. 9), reached a career high for points (9) and 3-pointers (2) ... Recorded season highs vs. Brown (Dec. 3) in minutes (24), rebounds (3) and steals (2) ... In 22 minutes, posted three points and recorded ﬁrst career block vs. Central Michigan (Nov. 30) on the second day of the Buckeye Classic in Columbus, Ohio ... Was 2-for-3 in 10 minutes of action vs. Siena (Nov. 20) ... In the season opener against URI (Nov. 14), played three minutes off the bench.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007-08: In 17 games, averaged 0.9 points per game and 0.8 rebounds per game ... Set season highs for points (7), rebounds (3), field goals (2) and 3-pointers (2) vs. UMBC on Jan. 30 ... In a season-best 15 minutes, posted four points to go along with her first collegiate steal vs. Stony Brook on Jan. 19 ... Saw first collegiate action in the Rhode Island win on Nov. 14 and posted two points in 10 minutes.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY: Four-year varsity starter under coach Rhonda Farney at Georgetown High School ... Awarded First-Team All-District, First Team All-Williamson County and All-State honors by Texas Basketball Magazine ... Currently holds three school records for most varsity career 3-pointers (228), most 3-pointers in a game (seven on three occasions) and 1,236 career points ... As a senior, named Third Team All-CenTex, First Team All-Region, First Team All-State, McDonald All-America Honorable Mention and All-Tournament for both the Thanksgiving Tournament and San Antonio Lone Star Invitational ... Named to the Academic All-District and Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA) Academic All-State teams ... Was team captain and Most Valuable Player ... Also ran cross country and won first place in the district meet ... Member of the Key Club and National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Born on April 27, 1989 in Austin, Texas ... Daughter of Jim and Janna Briggs, and has an older brother, Jamie ... Enrolled in the College of Engineering as a mechanical engineering major ... Is a member of the Society of Women Engineers and the Juggling Association at BU.