2012 Brittany took tremendous strides as a sophomore performing in the all-around in all 13 meets ... earned All-Pac-12 Second Team on uneven bars ... tied career-high on bars with 9.875 at Pac-12 Championships (3/24/12) ... twice tied career-best mark on vault (9.875), first in a win over Stanford (1/27/12) and again at OSU's Pink Out against UCLA and California (2/17/12) ... set season-high in the all-around (39.325) against Stanford and matched it at NCAA Championships (4/20/12) ... scored season-high 9.875 on beam at UC Davis (2/10/12) ... scored season-best 9.825 on floor in upset win over then-No. 4 Oklahoma (1/13/12) ... "hit" 49-52 routines.
2011 Brittany made a major impact for the Beavers as a freshman ... performed in the uneven bars and balance beam lineups in 12 meets ... performed competition vaults three times and was in the floor lineup six times ... established a career-high on bars of 9.875 against UCLA (1/28/11) ... thrust into vault and floor lineups at Arizona State (2/6/11) where she posted career-bests on vault (9.875), beam (9.90) and all-around (39.375) ... set career-high on floor at California (3/6/11) with a 9.875 ... missed Pac-10 Championships following a fall on the practice day, but was available if needed ... "hit" 32 out of 33 routines.
Pre-Oregon State Brittany was a 2010 Junior Olympic National Team member ... finished fourth in the all-around and tied for third on the uneven bars at the J.O. National Championships in 2010 ... received the Shannon Miller Award, given annually to the top gymnast in the state of Oklahoma ... finished sixth in the all-around and fourth on the bars at the 2009 J.O. National Championships ... finished 10th in the all-around at J.O. Nationals in 2008 ... three-time Oklahoma state champion ... trained at Krafft Gymnastics Academy under coaches Kristi Krafft and Tony Pineda, a former college teammate of OSU associate head coach Michael Chaplin.
Personal Born in Tulsa, Okla. ... daughter of Harriet and Steve Harris ... Steve played five years in the NBA for the Houston Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers and Detroit Pistons ... has one brother, Justin ... is studying Psychology ... lists her biggest athletic thrill as "scoring a perfect 10.0 on the balance beam at the Kurt Thomas Invitational" ... chose OSU because "It felt right. I love the team and coaches, the colors and the mascot. OSU just felt like something I had to be a part of."