NORTHRIDGE - 2009
Brittany Williams appeared in 26 matches during her junior season before suffering a season-ending injury at UC Irvine (Nov. 7) ... played in 95 sets while earning 13 starts ... finished third on the team in kills with 267 but led the team with a 2.81 kills per set average ... hit .195 in 747 total attempts ... served a career-best nine aces (0.09 saps) to go with a career-high 89 digs (0.94 dps) ... posted 51 total blocks (0.54 bps) which ranked sixth on the squad ... heads into her senior season with 802 career kills in 84 career matches (301 career sets) ... matched Angela Hupp with a Matador season-high 21 kills against CSU Bakersfield (Oct. 30) ... posted 20 kills to go with three digs and three blocks in Northridge's 3-2 win over Pacific (Oct. 23) ... hit a season-high .429 with 15 kills and three errors in 28 swings against Fresno State (Sept. 18) ... had a career-high 12 digs at Loyola Maryount (Sept. 15) ... reached double figures in kills 14 times which was second to Hupp's 19 ... had four blocks in a match three times.
Williams appeared in 29 matches and 106 sets during her junior season ... finished third on the Matadors with 259 kills and was also third in kills per set (2.44) ... posted a season-high 43 digs (0.41 dps) and also added 36 total blocks ... had double figure kill totals in 10 of the 29 matches in which she played ... pounded a season-high 19 kills while hitting .516 in Northridge's 3-2 upset over No. 23 Long Beach State in the season finale ... was named Co-Big West Player of the Week for her efforts ... recorded 17 kills against Texas State (Sept. 19) and had 16 kills and a pair of blocks in the Matadors' five-set win at CSU Bakersfield (Nov. 6) ... posted a season-high six blocks to go with 10 kills in a 3-2 win over Sacramento State (Sept. 5) ... recorded a career-high six digs against UC Riverside (Oct. 31).
Appeared in 29 matches and 100 games as a true freshman in 2007 ... started 14 matches at outside hitter ... led the Matadors with 276 kills and also posted a team-high 2.76 kills per set average ... wound up hitting .197 for the season after committing 111 errors in 837 swings ... was among seven players named to the Big West All-Freshman Team ... also contributed 60 blocks, 39 digs and 18 assists to the Matador cause ... knocked down a Northridge season-high 24 kills in a five-set win vs. Cal State Fullerton (Oct. 2) ... also took a career-high 70 swings and had five blocks in the win ... had double figure kill totals in 13 of 29 matches ... pounded 17 kills against both No. 24 Cal Poly and UC Davis (Nov. 10) ... posted a career-high seven total blocks against Pacific (Nov. 9).
AYALA HIGH SCHOOL
Earned two varsity letters at Ruben S. Ayala High School in Chino Hills, Calif. ... was a two-time Sierra League Most Valuable Player (2005 and 2006) and a First Team All-CIF Div. II selection as a middle blocker in 2006 ... also earned All-Tournament honors at the Royal and Ayala Tournaments ... was a First Team All-Inland Valley pick in 2005 as well as a Second Team All-CIF selection ... the Bulldogs won the Sierra League championship in 2006 ... also competed in track & field as a jumper in 2004 ... graduated in 2007 with a 3.43 grade point average.
Born July 30, 1989 in Redondo Beach, Calif. ... parents are Melissa and Herman Williams ... has one older brother, Brandon ... chose Northridge over Oregon and UC Riverside ... also played for the Club West volleyball team ... favorites include Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant, actor Ben Affleck, the TV shows "Grey's Anatomy" and "Dexter" and the movie "Coach Carter" ... says her greatest moment in sports was being named Sierra League MVP in 2005 ... pre-match ritual is eating and listening to music ... major is Psychology.