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Brynn Bemis
Brynn Bemis

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

High School:
Lake City HS ('04)




RS-SENIOR (2008-09):
Returned to the Cougars for a fifth year, but a concussion suffered during the exhibition season ended her career.

SENIOR (2007-08): Returned to the Cougar basketball team after playing only soccer during her junior year...joined the team after soccer season and played 14 minutes against North Carolina State at the Junkanoo Jam Basketball Tournament in Freeport, Grand Bahamas...scored seven points and pulled down four rebounds...also recorded two steals...suffered a concussion during the game however, and missed the remainder of the season with post-concussion syndrome.

JUNIOR (2006-07): Set a WSU single-season record with a 0.69 goals against average...recorded seven solo shutouts, tying her for second place in the Cougar single-season record books...posted a career-high nine saves Oct. 29 at UCLA and Oct. 20 against Stanford...tallied 66 total saves and ranked 18th nationally at the end of the season with a 0.868 save percentage...missed six games in the middle of the season due to injury...named an All-Pac-10 honorable mention and a Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention...did not play basketball.

SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Made one start in the Cougar net recording her first career shutout in 1-0 victory over Long Island...recorded two saves in 90 minutes of play...continued collegiate basketball career, appearing in nine games for the Cougars before season-ending ankle injury...tallied five points and four rebounds in 45 minutes of play...earned Pac-10 Women's Basketball All-Academic honorable mention honors and was named to the 2005 WSU Athletics All-Academic Team...named a 2005-06 Top 50 USAA Collegiate All-American Scholar Athlete.

FRESHMAN (2004-05): Played keeper in one game for the Cougars, tallying 45 minutes in goal her rookie season...faced three shots, making two saves, while allowing one goal in WSU's 3-2 win over Northern Colorado....walked on to the WSU women's basketball team at close of soccer season...saw action in four games, including ASU, Arizona, Tennessee-Chattanooga and Portland State...tallied two points and two rebounds against the Wildcats Feb. 24...named to Fall and Spring President's Honor Roll.

Four-year letterwinner in both soccer and basketball at Lake City High School...lettered once in track...played goalkeeper for Mathew Ruchti...FRESHMAN year, LCHS soccer team took second in State and were Inland Empire League team finished a SOPHOMORE, earned Inland Empire League Newcomer of the Year award...Lake City team finished 20-1-2, placing fourth in State and were league and district team placed third in State...named IEL Most Disruptive Defensive Player and IEL Best Playmaker...JUNIOR year, helped lead soccer team to a third place finish in State as well as a league and district championship...named All-IEL Most Valuable Defensive Player...nominated to North Idaho Sports Hall of Fame as team finished second in State...named 5A first team All-State, first team All-IEL and first team All-North Idaho...SENIOR year, soccer team finished 17-2-2, sharing a league championship, winning districts and placed third at state...named to first team All-IEL and first team All-North Idaho.

Born Brynn Marie Bemis at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho...parents Brice and Jeanne Bemis...brothers Brock and Brandon...twin sister Brooke who also played soccer for WSU...Brandon played soccer for Regis University and Brock competed at Willamette University in Track and Field...grandfather Robert Boughton played basketball at Washington...enjoys drawing and playing beach volleyball...compiled a 3.85 prep GPA at Lake City...member of National Honor Society, Idaho Top Scholar and Youth Volunteers of America....political science major at WSU.

                                 Total         3-Point                    Rebounds
Year	GP-GS	Min/Avg	FG-FGA	Pct	FG-FGA	Pct	FT-FTA	Pct	O-D	Tot	Avg	PF-FO	Ast	TO	Blk	Stl	Pts/Avg
2004-05	1-0	14/14.0	2-5	.400	1-1	1.000	2-2	1.000	4-0	4	4.0	1-0	0	6	0	2	7/7.0
2005-06	9-0	45/5.0	0-12	.000	0-3	.000	5-8	.625	2-2	4	0.4	7-0	7	6	1	2	5/0.6
2007-08	1-0	14/14.0	2-5	.400	1-1	1.000	2-2	1.000	4-0	4	4.0	1-0	0	6	0	2	7/7.0
TOTAL	11-0	73/6.6 	4-22	.182	2-5	.400	9-12	.750	10-2	12	1.1	9-0	7	18	1	6	19/1.7

Washington State Cougars Women's Basketball