Brittney Matthew
Brittney  Matthew


Houston, Texas

High School:
Ft. Bend Hightower HS





Ladyjacks Win 2014-15 SLC Title Outright

SFA downs Northwestern State 56-45 to secure program's 17th league championship


SFA Honors Athletes at Champions Dinner

Smith, Dozier, Louw named male and female athletes of the year


Ladyjacks Comeback Falls Short At Nicholls

Davis' layup at buzzer rims out in 65-64 loss


ORU Spoils Ladyjacks Hot Shooting

Golden Eagles late execution sinks SFA, 68-64


Ladyjacks Beat NSU In Overtime

SFA outscores Lady Demons 9-2 in extra frame to win third straight game


SFA Ladyjacks vs. Lamar

The SFA women's basketball team defeated Lamar to open Southland Conference play, 64-43.


Ladyjacks vs. SMU

Ladyjacks basketball falls to SMU, 81-69, on Nov. 23, 2013.

2014-15 (Senior): Part of SFA's 17th Southland Conference championship ... Appeared in 31 games, making 30 starts ... Totaled 919 minutes ... Ranked second on the team with 124 assists and third with 39 steals ... Shot .321 (87-for-271) from the field, .254 (29-for-114) from three-point territory and .673 (35-for-52) from the free throw line ... Fourth on the team in points (238), scoring average (7.7), field goal attempts (271) and field goals made (87) ... Scored in double figures 11 times ... Averaged 29.6 minutes per game ... Season-high 16 points against UC Riverside (11/28) ... Tied a career-high with eight assists and six rebounds against Sam Houston State (1/24) ... Tied a career-high with five steals against Lamar (2/19) ... Helped SFA win 11 straight games to close the regular season ... Preseason Second Team All-Southland Conference.

2013-14 (Junior):
• Part of SFA's 16th Southland Conference championship
• Appeared in 17 games before an injury sidelined her
• Led team in scoring with 12.2 points per game before her injury
• Scored in double digits in 12 games
• Posted a career-high 24 points against Henderson State (12/19/13) on 10-of-14 shooting
• Scored 22 points at ULM (12/8/13) on 6-of-12 shooting and 9-of-11 on free throws
• Averaged 2.9 assists per game, posting 4 or more 8 times
• Shot 39.9 percent from the field and 78.6 percent on free throws

2012-13 (Sophomore):Appeared in 31 games, making 15 starts as a sophomore ... totaled 687 minutes ... shot .305 (53-174) from the field ... .214 (15-70) from three point territory ... .672 (41-61) from the charity stripe ... led team with 89 assists ... totaled 162 points ... 68 rebounds ... 20 steals ... three double digit scoring performances ... added one block ... opened season with two 11 points scoring performances against Louisiana-Monroe (11/9) and at Prairie View A&M (11/13) ... also recorded 11 points, in 17 minutes off the bench, at Oklahoma State (12/6).

2011-12 (Freshman):Appeared in all 33 games, making 16 starts as a true freshman ... collecting 637 minutes played ... helped lead team to an 11-5 record after being inserted into the starting lineup ... shot .351 from the field, going 66-for-188 ... shot .523 from the free throw line (34-for-65) and .329 from behind the arc (27-for-82) ... led her team in assists (101) ... finished third in steals (31) ... fifth in points (193) and scoring average (5.8) ... five double-digit scoring performances ... seven games with five assists or more ... recorded 65 rebounds (22 offensive, 43 defensive) ... also added two blocks... recorded nine points, one assist and a steal in 18 minutes played in the season opener at Louisiana-Monroe (11/11) in here first collegiate appearance ... recorded nine points and season-high eight assists in her first start at rival Sam Houston (1/25) ... recorded season-high 12 points twice against Texas-Arlington (1/21) and against McNeese in the Southland Conference Tournament Championship Game (3/9).

High School: Guided Hightower High School to the Class 5A state title game where they fell to one of the top teams in the nation - Cy-Fair High School ... She set the school's single-season scoring record for either boys or girls as a freshman, averaging 19 points per contest ... Was a unanimous first team all-District 23-5A selection last year, and was also voted as her team's MVP and an all-region selection by the TABC while helping the Hurricanes amass a 35-3 record in the state's largest classification.

Personal: Daughter of Sheku Turbe and Giselle Turbe ... Born in St. Croix, USVI ... Majoring in health science.


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