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BrittneyWilson 

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BRITTNEY WILSON

Position: Guard/Forward 
Height: 5-9 
Class: Senior 
Hometown: West Mifflin, Pa. 
High school: West Mifflin 

Year  G-GS  FGs (Pct.) 3FGs Fts (Pct.)  Reb.  S Pts.  Avg. 
2006-07 28-28  151-399 (.378) 56-167  70-106 (.660)  175 60  53  428  15.3 
2007-08  27-26  120-362 (.331)  39-138  69-101 (.683)  204 40  57  348  12.9 
2008-09  25-18  62-193 (.321) 18-64  28-49 (.571)  113 16  12  31  170  6.8 
Career  80-72 333-954 (.349) 113-369 167-256 (.652) 492 116 30 141  946  11.8 

Profile: Wilson is the most experienced player on the Point Park roster having played in 80 games and started 72 times the last three years. She is a two-time All-AMC selection, and she begins this season just 54 points shy of becoming the ninth player in school history to score 1,000 career points. She has career averages of 11.8 points and 6.2 rebounds. A 5-9 swing player, Wilson has the ability to create mismatches with her versatility.

2008-09: Wilson played in all 25 games and made 18 starts. She had a season-high 20 points and made four treys vs. Houghton. Wilson reached double figures six times, which included 15 points and eight rebounds at Wilberforce.

2007-08: Started 26 games as a sophomore and led the Pioneers with 12.9 points and 7.6 rebounds per game…was an honorable-mention All-AMC North choice for the second straight year…reached double figures in scoring in 21 of 27 games including a season high of 22 at Roberts Wesleyan Jan. 26 when she made 4 of 9 3-pointers...had four double-doubles in points and rebounds…recorded 17 points and 12 rebounds vs. Notre Dame (Jan. 12)…grabbed a career-high 15 boards vs. Carlow (Jan. 17).

2006-07: Was second on the team with 15.3 points per game as a freshman…started all 28 games.

High school: A 2006 graduate of West Mifflin High School…a four-year letter winner and starter.

Personal: Born Jan. 17, 1987…daughter of Pamela Dorsey…brother of Bryant McAllister, who finished a successful career at Duquesne in 2006…majoring in child psychology.