| Biography - Brianna Thompson / Women's Basketball|
Junior Season (2006-07):
The only player on
the team to have started all 31 games ... ranked fourth on the
team in scoring (9.0 ppg.) and second in rebounding (5.5 rpg.)
... averaged 9.9 points and 5.8 rebounds against America East
Conference opponents ... reached double figures in scoring 12
times and twice in rebounding ... led the team in scoring three
times and in rebounding seven times ... scored 13 points and
grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds against Fairleigh Dickinson
on Nov. 22 ... scored a season-high 15 points against Stony Brook
on Jan. 31 ... had 14 points, nine rebounds, a block and two
steals against Colgate on Dec. 16 ... recorded 14 points, nine
rebounds, an assist and a steal at New Hampshire on Jan. 17 ...
scored 14 points and had three rebounds against Stony Brook on
Feb. 21 ... netted 13 points and corralled eight rebounds against
Vermont on Jan. 20 ... dished out a career-high three assists
three times, most recently against New Hampshire on March 3.
Sophomore Season (2005-06): Appeared in 27 games, averaged a career-high 4.3 points and 2.6 rebounds per contest ... shot .500 from the field (49-of-98) and .400 from beyond the three-point arc (4-of-10) ... had a game-high and career-high 17 points and nine rebounds against Canisius on Nov. 26 ... netted nine points against Colgate on Dec. 19 and against Hartford on Jan. 18 ... blocked a career-high two shots in the season opener at Kansas on Nov. 20 ... had six points, a career-high four assists and five rebounds on Jan. 29 against Albany ... scored eight points, grabbed a pair of rebounds, dished out two assists and had a pair of steals against Lehigh on Dec. 8 ... scored seven points and had six rebounds against Stony Brook on Jan. 11.
2004-05 season: A medical redshirt season ... appeared in three games.
Freshman Season (2003-04): Appeared in 17 games ... netted a career-high four points against Northeastern on Feb. 18 ... grabbed a career-high three rebounds against Vermont on Feb. 4 and against Hartford on March 3.
Before Binghamton: A McDonald's All-American nominee ... named the league MVP her senior season as she averaged 18.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game ... was named first-team all-league twice, second team once and honorable mention once ... named the Olympian Athlete of the Year as a senior ... named the team MVP twice ... earned first-team Chronicle all-area ... broke five school records, including most career points, rebounds, steals blocks and points in a game ... W.F. West went to the district playoffs four years in a row ... also played volleyball and was the team MVP her senior season.
Personal: Born Nov. 18, 1984 ... parents are David and Dianne Bagby and Verne Thompson ... majoring in human development ... is enrolled in the CPA program.