Brittany Carter

Name: Carter First Name: Brittany
Date of birth:   Nationality: USA
Home Town: Wildwood, MO - USA Closest int. Airport: #

Position: Guard 1,2 Height: 182cm
Graduated in: 2015 from: University of Illinois NCAA D1

Kouvottaret (Finland) 2018 highlights:

Kouvottaret Full Game vs FoA (Stats: 31 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals)

Best game 2018 Kouvottaret






Eurobasket Profile LINK

Player History
ear: 2017-18 Team: Finland D1 Kouvottaret Naisten Korisliiga
  Season Stats: 19 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals
-Ranked 5th in the league for scoring, 12th in rebounds, 3rd in steals, and 10th in efficiency
Named Player of the Game: 11 out of 25 games as of March 16, 2018
-Highest scoring game: 31 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals (film below)
-Named EuroBasket Top 10 Performers of the Week: 4 times; March 17th (4th best
performer); March 6th (3rd best) March 2nd (1st best performer); January 9th (2nd best)
-Recorded 10 double double during the season
Year: 2017 Team: Southern Peninsula Sharks 2017 (Big V State Championship Women)
  Season Stats: 19.55 points, 7.8 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 4.05 steals
Named to the “Blue Carpet” in 9 of 18 rounds.
-High scoring game this season 33 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists
-4th in the league for scoring, 1st in the league for steals, 3rd in free throw percentage, 4th in
average assists, 3rd in 3 pointers made
Awards: BigV Top 5 Players and Defensive Player of the Year
Year: 2015-16 Team: Southern Peninsula Australia D1

17.6 Points, 6.9 Rebounds, 4.4 assists, 1 Blocks, 4.2 Steals, team finished 4th in the league,
lost in Semi-Finals to the Championship team Hume City.
-Brittany received player of the month in May and has been on the “Blue Carpet” in 8 games for
outstanding performances. Career high scored 32 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists, 5 steals, 3 blocks.
-Led the league in steals, 5th in the league for defensive rebounds (152), 4th in the league in total points
(445), 3rd in the league for assists per game (4.4) and 3rd in the league for free throw percentage (88.6%).
Awards received: Golden Gloves award winner, voted top 5 players in the league, and Defensive Player
of the year

Year: 2014-15 Team: University of Illinois NCAA D1

Senior year: 8 points, 5.3 rebounds, 98 assists, 15 blocks, and 80 steals

#3 in steals in the Big Ten Finished #10 in the Big Ten for assist/turnover ratio-... Scored 19 points against Michigan State at Michigan State along with 4 rebounds 5 steals and 2 assist... Scored 19 points 5 assist 4 rebounds 5 steals in a win against #17 ranked Iowa... Scored 14 points 7 rebounds 4 assist and 3 steals against #15 Nebraska at Nebraska... Scored season high 22 points along with 6 rebounds and 6 steals against Valparaiso University..

Year: 2011-14 Team: Ball State University NCAA D1

2013-14 (Junior):  Scored 19 points in Ball State’s season opener at No. 18/23 Purdue (11/10) . . . Carter also defended Purdues’ top scorer and preseason All-Big Ten recipient senior guard Courtney Moses, holding her scoreless on the day . . . Carter led the team in scoring with a 17-point performance at home against Pittsburgh (11/14) . . . Posted a then career-high 22 points against Northern Illinois  (March 5) which marked the 43rd game in her career she has scored in double figures . . . Has surpassed the 900 point mark for her career with 928 points . . . Scored a personal-high 23 points in the MAC Tournament championship game versus Akron (3/15), while also tying the three-point record in a game at the tourney with six (3/15) . . . ended the season on a high note after leading the Cardinals with a game-high 17-point performance in the first round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament at Northwestern (3/20).

2012-13 (Sophomore): Named Mid-American Conference Player of the Week (3/4) . . . Scored a season high 18 points in a win against Western Michigan (3/3) . . . Tallied 17 points versus Northern Illinois (2/23) and chipped in 15 points at Central Michigan (2/28) . . . Pulled down a season high eight rebounds on two occasions against Western Michigan (3/3) and Eastern Michigan (2/20) . . . Shot a season best .625 (5-8) from the field against NIU (2/23) . . . Led the team in scoring with 18 points in the MAC Tournament semifinals versus Akron (3/15) . . . Started all 29 games this season . . . Third-leading scorer on the team (9.8 ppg) and second in steals (67).  Scored her 500th career point against Northern Illinois (2/23) . . . Had back-to-back double digit games to help Ball State beat Minnesota (3/22) and Northern Iowa (3/24) to advance to the final 16 of the WNIT.

2011-12 (Freshman):  Started in all 30 games as a true freshman . . . Accomplished a career-best 20-points in a victory over Stetson off of 7-of-10 shooting from the field . . . Scored in double figures 13 times with a Mid-American Conference high 18-points at Toledo . . . Pulled down a season best eight rebounds at home versus Akron . . . Dished out a personal best seven assists against Marshall . . . Led the team in scoring with 8.8 points and had the most three pointers with 49.