PRIOR TO WSU
Played 19 games at Oregon as a freshman in 2011-12 season...averaged 3.1 points and 9.8 minutes per game...ranked fifth on the team in three-point percentage (.313), three-pointers made (15), and three-pointers attempted (48)...scored double-figures once...one of three players to score in double-figures against No. 7 Vanderbilt (Nov. 11) with 10 points... scored nine points and had two assists against Washington State in Pac-12 opener in Spokane (Dec. 29)... season high two steals at Washington (Dec. 31)... scored five points in eight minutes against Utah (Feb. 2)...scored nine points in 21 minutes against Utah (March 3).
Earned five varsity letters at Jackson High School...four letters for basketball coach Steve Johnson...one letter in track...junior year averaged 25 points, four steals, and four assists per game...senior year named the 2011 Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association's Class 4A Player of the Year...led Jackson High to Washington Class 4A title game.
Born Brett Kingma, September of 1992 in Seattle ...father Gregg is a banker and was an All-American on the Seattle Pacific basketball team...mother Gail is a four-time qualifier for the Olympic marathon trials...older sister Kristi is a senior on the Washington women's basketball team...has two younger sisters, Kelli and Brooke and one younger brother, Daniel...enjoys fishing, boating, and playing guitar...plans to major in business at WSU.