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#11 Brittany Wilson
Position: Guard
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
City/State: Long Beach, Calif.
High School: Poly
Experience: 3 Letters
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Career: Brittany Wilson finished up her very productive career by settling into several of Colorado's top 20 career lists. Wilson ended in 19th place on Colorado's all-time scoring list with 1,194 points. She was second in career games played at 133, just one behind classmate Rachel Hargis who holds the mark at 134. Wilson missed just two games in her career, coming in the final weeks of her senior year. She appeared in 126 straight contests to begin her career, a figure which ranks seventh in team history. Wilson also finished seventh in 3-point attempts (452), ninth in 3-pointers made (140) and minutes played (3,404), 11th in starts (104), 13th in steals (168), and 18th in assists (287) and games scoring in double figures (56).

2013-14 (Senior): Wilson led the team in steals (42) while ranking second in assists (93) and third in scoring (10.8 ppg). She shot 73.7 percent from the free-throw line (87-of-118), ranking 11th in the Pac-12. Her numbers from the line were even more impressive during the conference season, hitting 80.6 percent (54-of-67), the league's fourth best number during that time frame. Wilson also ranked 13th assists on the overall Pac-12 charts as well as 25th in scoring. She joined twin sister Ashley as co-leading scorers in five games during postseason play (11.0 ppg) and led the way for the Buffaloes during the Pac-12 Tournament averaging 16.5 points over the two games. Wilson had Colorado's top individual scoring effort of the season, putting in a career-high 26 points in the win over Iowa (11/20). In that contest, a 90-87 Buffs win, she set personal bests by hitting 10-of-14 from the charity stripe. One of her better all-around games came against Illinois (12/7). While not lighting it up in the scoring column, 7 points on 2-of-9 shooting, she made up for it with a career-best 13 rebounds, 8 assists and a personal-best 3 blocked shots. Wilson became the 25th player in team history to reach 1,000 career points during a 15-point effort against No. 4/4 Stanford (1/12). She dished out a career-high nine assists in the home win over Arizona (1/24), to go with 12 points, just missing her second career double-double. Wilson earned honorable mention to the coaches All-Pac-12 Defensive team.

2012-13 (Junior): Emerged as one of the top defensive players in the Pac-12 Conference, earning all-defensive team honors. Wilson anchored one of the Pac-12’s best defenses, which set team records for scoring, field-goals allowed and field-goal percentage defense. She consistently marked the other team’s best back court player and repeatedly held her opponent well below their season averages. Wilson had 43 steals on the season, helping a CU defense that averaged 9.8 per game, ranking second in the Pac-12.  She had 10 games with two or more steals including a team season-high five in the home win over Oregon State (2/8). Overall on the season, Wilson ranked second on the team in steals, assists (70) and 3-point field goals (32) while coming in fourth in scoring at 8.3 points per game.  Wilson had a great year from the free-throw line. She ranked sixth in the Pac-12 in overall free-throw percentage (.762) and made her first 19 attempts of the season. Wilson hit a career-best eight free throws in the season-opening win over Idaho (11/11). She became the 10th player to reach 100 career 3-point field goals in the Pac-12 Conference Tournament semifinal loss to Stanford, also hitting the 100 career games played milestone in that same contest. Wilson blocked 13 shots on the season after recording only eight in her first two seasons combined. Three of those blocked shots came in the road loss at No. 6/6  ranked Stanford (1/27). She played in all 32 games, starting in 31. She scored double digits in 11 games, netting a season high 19 in the win at Denver (12/11).

2011-12 (Sophomore): She ranked second on the team in several categories including scoring (9.1 ppg), assists (63), steals (47) and 3-point field goals made and attempted (44-of-141). Her 31.2 percent accuracy from downtown was 13th in the Pac-12 while she also ranked 14th in 3-pointers made per game (1.3) and 27th in scoring. Wilson scored in double figures 16 times this season, including in five of six postseason games. She reached 20 points three times, beginning the season with a career-best 22-point effort in the win over Northern Arizona (11/11). Her two other 20-point efforts had a "Southern California" flair for the L.A. native. She scored 21 points, hitting 8-of-15 from the field, in the win over USC (1/26), one of Colorado's most complete games of the season. Wilson also led the Buffaloes with 21 points against Utah (3/7) in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament, played in front of her hometown crowd at USC's Galen Center. Wilson finished the season strong, averaging 13.7 points, four rebounds and two steals over the final six games, encompassing the Pac-12 Tournament and Postseason WNIT. She led the Buffaloes in scoring during the Pac-12 Tournament at 19.5 points per game while shooting 60 percent from 3-point range (6-of-10). Wilson established a career-high with four 3-point field goals made in the WNIT quarterfinal game at Oklahoma State (3/22). She started in 23 of 35 games, including the final 19 contests.

2010-11 (Freshman): Averaged 7.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game. She was second on the team in assists (61), behind Chucky Jeffery and ranked third in scoring behind Jeffery and Brittany Spears. She was one of three Buffaloes – joining Spears and Jeffery -- with at least 30 assists and 30 steals. Her 36 total steals ranked fifth among freshmen in the Big 12. Wilson worked her way into Colorado’s starting lineup and started 21 of the last 22 games played. She made her first career start in the win over North Dakota (1/4), responding with 15 points with career highs in 3-point field goals (four) and steals (four). She recorded her first career double-double with 12 rebounds and 11 points against Missouri (1/22). Wilson had 12 games in double-digits, including 19, to go along with eight rebounds, in CU’s 66-60 overtime upset win over No. 17/16 Iowa State (1/15). Wilson scored a personal-best 22 points at Kansas (2/2). She averaged 10.3 points in Colorado’s four Postseason WNIT games.

High School: Brittany Wilson is a 2010 graduate of Long Beach Poly High School. She played for one of the most storied programs in Southern California, as the Jackrabbits amassed a 131-9 record during her four year career with three California Division I state titles and one runner-up finish. Wilson averaged 8.8 points, 2.5 steals and 2.4 assists per game in her senior season at Long Beach Poly as she was named first team all-state, was Co-MVP of the Moore League and was a McDonald's All-America candidate. She lists the biggest moment of her high school career was scoring 27 points against Fontana Summit in the Southern California semifinals, with a broken wrist. Wilson was named to the 2010 Long Beach Press Telegram's Girls Basketball Dream Team. As a junior, she averaged 7.9 points and 3.5 steals, was named to the All-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)-Southern Section first team and the All-Moore League first team as the Jackrabbits won their fourth-straight California Division I title. ESPN RISE FAB 50 had Long Beach Poly ranked No. 1 in the nation early in the 2008-09 season, ending at No. 30 while USA Today's final Super 25 rankings had the Jackrabbits at No. 23. She was a two-time All-CIF Southern Section selection and three-time All-Moore League first team pick. As a sophomore, Wilson averaged 4.1 points and 2.3 steals per game, assisting Poly to a No. 2 final national ranking by USA Today's Super 25. She was voted the team co-Newcomer of the Year, along with her sister, as a freshman in 2007 averaging 4.5 points and 1.7 rebounds. Wilson is ranked as the No. 32 shooting guard in the country, according to ESPN.com HoopGurlz.

Academics: Wilson is a sociology major at Colorado.

Personal: Brittany Briandie Wilson was born on February 28, 1992 in Bellflower, Calif, five minutes after her twin sister Ashley. She is the daughter of Tasha Anderson, who is a counselor in Los Angeles. Besides her twin sister, she has one younger sister, Tyara Dupree and a younger brother C.J. She would like to play in the WNBA or overseas and eventually wants to be a crime scene investigator.

 

Year
GP-S
Min
Avg
FG-A
Pct
3FG-A
Pct
FT-A
Pct
Pts
Avg
2010-11
34-21
798
23.5
102-282
.362
26-75
.347
35-67
.522
265
7.8
2011-12
35-23
960
27.4
114-324
.352
44-141
.312
46-68
.676
318
9.1
2012-13
32-31
776
24.3
85-237
.359
32-109
.294
64-84
.762
266
8.3
2013-14
32-29
870
27.2
110-310
.355
38-127
.299
87-118
.737
345
10.8
Totals
133-104
3404
25.6
411-1153
.356
140-452
.310
232-337
.688
1194
9.0

 

   
Rebounds
           
Year
GP-S
Off
Def
Tot
Avg
PF
FO
A
TO
B
S
2010-11
34-21
33
83
116
3.4
75
3
61
113
4
36
2011-12
35-23
33
76
109
3.1
94
3
63
90
4
47
2012-13
32-31
17
60
77
2.4
82
3
70
73
13
43
2013-14
32-29
19
90
109
3.4
90
2
93
90
8
42
Totals
133-104
102
309
411
3.1
341
11
287
366
29
168
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