HAWKS' WSU CAREER
In The Record Books: Tallied a school record 11 offensive rebounds at UCLA (March 8).
JUNIOR (2000-01: Returns as team's leading scorer and rebounder...Saw action in all 28 games, starting 12...averaged 17 minutes a contest... finished third on the team in total points (249) and fourth in scoring (8.9 points/game)...second on the squad in field goal percentage (.449)...tied for second on the team in field goals made (97)...second on the team in rebounding (5.2/game) and total rebounds (145)...ranked 20th in the conference in rebounding...recorded season-highs for points (20) and rebounds (14) at UCLA (March 8)...recorded two other double-doubles in points and rebounds (15 points, 12 rebounds versus USC Jan. 4; 10 points, 10 rebounds at Arizona Jan. 11)...lay-in as time expired gave Cougars 79-78 conference opening win over USC (Jan. 4)...scored in double figures in 11 games, which was second on the team...began season with consecutive 18-point games at American (Nov. 21) and versus George Washington (Nov. 25).
HAWKS' JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER: Lettered two seasons at College of Eastern Utah...averaged 17 points and nine rebounds as a FRESHMAN and was named second team all-region...recorded 19 double-doubles during SOPHOMORE campaign...averaged 20.4 points and 10.7 boards per contest...earned second team National Junior College Athletic Association All-America honors...named Region XVIII MVP...College of Eastern Utah's Outstanding Female Athlete...team captain.
HAWKS' HIGH SCHOOL CAREER: Three-sport letterwinner for three years at Madison High School...led Bobcats to second place finish during SOPHOMORE season and earned second team All-High County Conference honors...first team all-conference selection as a JUNIOR as team won conference title...honorable mention all-conference in softball as a first baseman...team repeated as conference champions during SENIOR season...fourth place State finish fueled by tournament record 47-point game...26.7 points per game at State tournament also a record...conference first team and player of the year selection...second team all-conference in volleyball as a middle blocker...part of softball team that advanced to State tournament for first time in school history.
PERSONAL: Brittney Hawks...born 4-28-80 in Rexburg, Idaho...parents J.D. and Nan Hawks...Dad played basketball at Weber State...four sisters, Shandi Hughes, Trisha Chatterton, Natalie and Melissa...one brother, Kurt...enjoys movies, music, riding snow mobiles, and spending time with family...majoring is speech and hearing sciences and minoring in sports management.
HAWKS' WSU CAREER HIGHS
HAWKS YEAR BY YEAR
3-PT FG YEAR GP-GS PTS-AVG FGM-FGA PCT FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCT OR DR TR AVG PF A TO BS ST MIN 2001 28-12 249-8.9 97-216 .449 0-0 .000 55-98 .561 55 90 145 5.2 52 11 40 11 18 477
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