Women's Basketball

Brittany Gilliam
Brittany Gilliam


Tyler, Texas

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SMU at Texas A&M

December 7, 2008

Brittany Gilliam 2008-09

Gilliam's Career Stats Get Acrobat Reader

2009-10 Gilliam Individual Game by Game Stats Get Acrobat Reader

2009-10 (Senior) -
• First team All-Conference USA selection
• Finished the season seventh in the conference averaging 14.7 points per game.
• For her career, she amassed 1,455 points, good for sixth place all time at SMU.
• Was 13th in C-USA in rebounding with 6.3 boards per contest, and third in assists, handing out 5.0 per game.
• Posted a team-high five double-doubles, and eclipsed 20 points six times.
• Made 41 three-point baskets as a senior and 119 during her four years in Dallas.
• Was named Conference USA Player of the Week for her performance against Tulsa. Against the Hurricane she posted a double-double with a game-high 19 points and 10 rebounds, and handed out eight assists.
• Also named C-USA Player of the Week on Jan. 25 for her performance against East Carolina. She led SMU with 19 points, going 7-of-14 from the field, including 4-of-5 on 3-point attempts. She also recorded seven rebounds, three assists and three steals.
• Ranked sixth in Conference USA with 2.2 per game, totaling 65 on the season.
• For her career she totaled 252 career steals, ranking second all-time at SMU.

2008-09 Gilliam Individual Game by Game Stats Get Acrobat Reader

2008-09 (Junior)
• Led the team and was ninth in the conference in scoring at 14.7 points per game.
• Named Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year, thanks to her C-USA leading 80 steals.
• Recorded at least one steal in 30 of her 32 games played, and had three or more steals on 14 occasions.
• Started in a career-high 31 games.
• Was 176-424 from the field for a career-best .415 field goal percentage.
• Was second on the team in three-point baskets with 40.
• Pulled down 210 rebounds, 66 of which came on the offensive end.
• Recorded five double-doubles, helping the team to go 4-1 in those games.

Game by Game:
• at Eastern Illinois (11/22) - played a season high 43 minutes in the team's lone overtime game of the season...made a season-high eight free throws...recorded her first double-double of the year, pulling down 10 boards to go with 19 points.
• vs. Charlotte (11/29) - started a streak of seven consecutive games with multiple steals, swiping three against the 49ers.
• vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi (12/2) - was 10-16 from the field, and 5-7 from the line for 26 points.
• at TCU (12/30) - captured a season-high 12 rebounds against the Horned Frogs, en route to leading the Mustangs to a 79-75 victory...also tied a season-high dishing out eight assists.
• vs. East Carolina (1/10) - was 9-19 from the floor for 23 points...also grabbed 11 rebounds and had a season-best six steals.
• at Tulsa (1/18) - made it back-to-back games with 10+ rebounds for the only time on the year, following an 11 carom performance with an even 10 boards against the Golden Hurricane.
• vs. UTEP (2/28) - had the most made field goals on the season, going 11-22 for 24 points in the regular season finale.
• vs. East Carolina (3/6) - had another strong performance against the Pirates, scoring a career-high 28 points...also had a career day behind the arc going 6-9 from three-point range.

2007-08 Gilliam Individual Game by Game Stats Get Acrobat Reader

2007-08 (Sophomore)
• Played in all 33 games, starting 15.
• Averaged 20.7 minutes of playing time per game.
• Averaged 8.7 points per game (fourth-highest on team), and 10.1 (third on team) in Conference USA game.
• Averaged 4.0 rebounds per game, including 3.7 per in C-USA games.
• Scored in double figures 14 times, including all three C-USA Tournament games: vs. Tulsa (13), vs. Marshall (10), her season-high against UTEP (20) in the C-USA Tournament championship game.

Game by Game:
• vs. Texas-Arlington (12/8) -
Had 18 points the first of two times on the season on season-best .833 (5-of-6) in win.
• at Texas Tech (12/29) - Tied for team lead with 14 points.
• at East Carolina (1/18) - Tied her career high with seven assists in win...hit season-high seven field goals.
• vs. UTEP (1/31) - Set new career high with 12 rebounds.
• at Rice (2/7) - Scored 18 points in SMU win over Owls.
• vs. Houston (2/9) - Shared scoring honors (with Janielle Dodds) with 17 points.
• vs. Rice (2/21) - Scored 16 on six made field goals in victory over Rice at Moody Coliseum.
• vs. UTEP (3/9) - Scored season-high 20 points in Conference USA tournament-clinching victory over Miners, including season-best nine free throws.

2006-07 Gilliam Individual Game by Game Stats Get Acrobat Reader

2006-07 (Freshman)
• Played in all 30 games, making three starts.
• Third on the squad in field goal atttempts, fourth in rebounds and in blocked shots and, second in steals.
• 10th in league games in free throw percentage (.776) and 10th in steals (37).

Game by Game:
• at Stephen F. Austin (11/20) -
Posted the second-highest single-game scoring total by an SMU freshman (25 points).
• vs. UTEP (1/12) - Set an SMU freshman single-game record vs. UTEP in free throws made (13) and free throw attempts (16).
• vs. UCF (2/1) - Posted a career-high mark in steals (5).
• at Tulane (2/22) - Had season-high seven assists.

2005-06: Sustained a season-ending knee injury during the summer, 2005.

High School: Three-year letterwinner and also served as team captain ... Earned Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) All-State and TABC 5A All-Region team (Region II) honors ... MVP of District 12-5A as a senior ... Participated in the TABC All-Star game this past May ... Three-time All-District, All-East Texas and two-time All-Region team member ... Averaged 22 points per game her senior season ... As a junior, posted 14.5 points per game and 7.0 rebounds per game ... Teammate of former Mustang Katy Cobb in 2004 on the AAU U-17 Texas Team Express which won the national championship ... High school team record during her career was 88-17 ... Also lettered in softball ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Ranked among the school's top 10 academic students.

Personal: Majoring in journalism ... Enjoys hanging out with friends and family ... Favorite dessert is pumpkin pie ... Favorite non-basketball athletes are Michael Vick and Terrell Owens ... Would most like to visit Hollywood ... Favorite stores to shop at are the Finish Line and Dillard's ... Her most prized possessions are her shoes and her basketball ... Has five older brothers and sisters.

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