Women's Basketball

2 Bria Rice
Bria  Rice

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Todd Beamer HS

Last College:
Arizona

Height:
5-8

Position:
G

Experience:
TR

Arizona: Played in 20 games for Arizona ... Played seven minutes in her collegiate opener against Alcorn State and scored one point from the charity stripe ... Only played one minute against Southern Utah but made a couple key stops defensively for the Wildcats ... Played 12 minutes and made her first-career bucket against San Diego ... Scored four points against Grambling State and also had two steals ... Played 13 minutes and hit her first-career three-pointer against Utah State ... Scored five first-half points and added three rebounds and two steals against Portland State in 21 minutes off the bench ... Played 11 minutes off the bench and dished out an assist against No. 13 Stanford ... Played five minutes and had three rebounds against Colorado ... Hit a three-pointer against her hometown Washington Huskies.

High School: Rice played her high school ball at Todd Beamer High School in Federal Way, Wash. and lettered in all four years ... She is ranked as the 30th-best guard in the country by ESPN.com ... The Titans finished with a 25-3 record during her senior season where she averaged 8.8 points per game, 3.4 assists per game and 2.4 steals per game during the regular season ... She led the team in assists and steals ... The Titans took third place in the Washington 4A State Championship after losing to Central Valley in the semifinals, but defeated Bothell in the third place game ... Rice was also named the SPSL Northwest MVP ... She played for Tree of Hope in the AAU Circuit ... In 2014, Rice earned the Todd Beamer Coaches Award and was also named to the All-City Girls Basketball Team ... In 2015, she was named to the All-City Girls Basketball Team for the second year in a row and was also named the Tacoma News Tribune All-Area Basketball Player of the Year ... Rice excelled in the classroom as she received a certificate for the National Society of High School Scholars and also earned the National Academic of Future Medical Scientists Award of Excellence.

Personal: Majoring in Physiology.

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