20 Brittney Osborn
|High School:||Enumclaw HS ' 03|
2005-06: Osborn averaged 6.6 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game. In the first game of the season, a preseason WNIT contest at California, she led the squad in scoring with 13 points in 26 minutes and also contributed four rebounds and two assists to the losing cause. After a midseason emergency gallbladder surgery, Osborn returned with a flourish, scoring 13 points in a 63-57 road win over Portland. In the contest, she hit 3-of-4 three-point shots. In a 78-76 home win over Portland State, she tallied 10 points. In a dramatic 58-56 win over perennial Big Sky power Montana, Osborn came off the bench to score a team-high 14 points in just 13 minutes, including the game-winning bucket with two seconds left to break the 56-all tie. A 54-50 victory over Weber State saw the sophomore lead the way with 12 points, five rebounds and two steals. 2004-05: Osborn had a three-game stretch against Montana (2/24/05), Montana State (2/26/05) and Northern Arizona (3/3/05) where she had 41 total points and 10 rebounds. She had a career-high 15 points versus NAU and 13 each against Montana and Montana State. Her shooting percentage versus the Bobcats was 62.5 percent (5-of-8). Osborn had five games where she scored at least 10 points. Personal: At Enumclaw High School, Osborn was selected to the 2002-03 All-State team and played in the Washington versus Oregon All-Star game. She was the MVP and all-time leading scorer of the South Puget Sound League and led the 4A State Tournament in scoring, with 23 points per game. She has a twin sister named Chelsey and is the daughter of Dennis Osborn and Shod Nelson.