My name is Bria White (Homeland Security – Silver Spring, MD/UMBC) and I am currently a graduate student at the University of the District of Columbia. Prior to coming to UDC I attended Longwood University and University of Maryland Baltimore County. With that said, I have a lot of division I experience under my belt and this year I will lead my team to the NCAA Division II tournament. UDC is currently predicted to finish first in our conference, making it to the NCAA tournament last year; and we are also receiving votes in USA Today’s Top 25 poll. HIGH SCHOOL: Holds the all-time record for career 3-pointers at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School... Led Montgomery County in 3-pointers as a junior… A McDonald’s All-America nominee… Led the Barons in scoring as a sophomore and junior and led the county in scoring her junior year, when she was named team MVP after averaging 19 points per game… Selected to the All-League and All-Gazette first teams in 2009… A four-year varsity letter winner at BCCHS… Led the Barons to a regional championship… Played in an all-star game that pitted the best players of Washington, D.C., area against the best players in the Baltimore region… One of three players from her team to earn Division I scholarships… Received the African-American Achievement Award of Excellence all four years of high school… An honor roll student. AT LONGWOOD (2010-11): The Lancers’ fourth-leading scorer as a freshman, averaging 7.2 points in 18.0 minutes per game… Played in 25 games and made seven starts, including the final six games of the season… Drained a team-high 32 of 102 three-pointers on the season, good for a .314 shooting percentage from long distance… Was 9-for-12 from the foul line… Posted nine double-digit performances… Scored a season-best 18 points on 7-of-13 shooting, including 4-of-8 from 3-point range in the season finale against Seattle (March 6)… Finished the season strong, averaging 11.3 ppg over her final six contests from Feb. 19-March 6… Scored 14 points on 4-of-6 shooting from long distance and added season bests of seven rebounds and four assists at Cal State-Bakersfield (Feb. 19)… Made her first career start at Maryland (Jan. 30)… Scored 14 points in back-to-back games Dec. 11-18… Drained a season-high four of six 3-pointers and grabbed six rebounds against Wright State (Dec. 11)… Followed that with three straight double-digit efforts, including 17 points on 6-of-11 shooting and 3-of-4 from long distance at Virginia (Nov. 21)… Scored eight points in 11 minutes in her collegiate debut against Campbell (Nov. 12)… Recognized on the Dean’s List. 2011-12 AT UMBC: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. AS A SOPHOMORE AT UMBC (2012-13): Appeared in 25 games, making 20 starts, before leaving the team following the Stony Brook game (Feb. 20)… Ranked 19th in the America East in scoring (9.5 ppg) and ninth in three-point field goals made (1.4 pg)… Connected on four shots from beyond the arc and finished with 18 points and five rebounds at Maine (Feb. 2)… Pulled down double-digit rebounds for the first time in her career versus Boston University (Jan. 26)… Notched her second 20-point effort against New Hampshire (Jan. 9), resetting her career-high with 22 points in a one-point loss to the Wildcats… Scored 14 of her team-best 15 points in the second half versus Maine (Jan. 5)… Logged an entire 40 minutes of action for the first time in her career at UMES (Dec. 21) and finished with a team-best 15 points… Led the Retrievers in scoring for the third straight game, pouring in 13 points on 6-of-11 shooting from the floor at American (Nov. 27)… Followed up her first 20-point performance with a game-high 16 points in 16 minutes off the bench against Eastern (Nov. 25)… Notched the first 20-point effort of her career against Towson (Nov. 20), shooting 7-of-16 from the floor and 3-for-8 from three-point land… Made the start and recorded 15 points, six rebounds and a career-high two blocks in her Retriever debut at Morgan State (Nov. 9). **Scored in double-figures 20 times in her career, including a pair of 20-point performance against New Hampshire (Jan. 9) and Towson (Nov. 20)… Sat out the 2011-12 season after playing freshman season at Longwood… The Lancers’ fourth-leading scorer as a rookie. AS A JUNIOR AT UDC (2013-14): Sat out due to NCAA due to 2 time transfer rule. AS A SENIOR UDC (2014-15): Averaging 15.6 points in 7 games..shooting 55.4% from the field and shooting a blazing 51.2 from the 3 three. Super-efficient, averaging 30.1 points per 40 minutes. Ranked 5th in points per game..ranked 2nd in FG percentage…and ranked 2nd in three point percentage…recognized as ECC honor roll student.
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