|Britney Jones - 25
Played in 30 games and earned a spot in the starting lineup in 26 of those contests ... averaged 12.8 points, 4.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.7 steals per game ... recorded 22 double-digit scoring games, including four 20-point outings ... scored a season-high 25 points on 9-of-13 shooting, including 7-of-9 from beyond the arc, at East Carolina ... ranks fourth in the UAB career record books in three-point field goals attempted (460) and fifth in three-point field goals made (148) ... tallied a team-high 82 steals on the year, which ranked fifth in Conference USA and 36th in the nation ... her 82 steals tied her for the fifth most steals in a single season at UAB ... also contributed on the boards, grabbing a career-high nine rebounds against Houston.
2006-07: UAB's top player off the bench as a sophomore, Jones was honored as Conference USA's Sixth Player of the Year ... played in all 32 games, averaging 28.2 minutes per contest ... scored 9.7 ppg and grabbed 2.8 rpg ... tallied 82 assists on the year, which was tied for the second-highest assists on the squad ... also contributed 15 blocks and 57 steals during the season ... sank 109-of-338 (.322), including 44-of-166 from beyond the arc (.265) ... made 66.7 percent of her free throws during the season, hitting 48-of-72 ... had 15 double-digit scoring outings, including a new career-high of 27 points by going 9-of-14 against Northwestern State (12/28) ... also set new single-game personal-bests in four other categories throughout the year, including rebounds (8), assists (6), steals (6) and blocks (3).
2005-06: Got a sensational start to her collegiate career, emerging as one of UAB's top players in her freshman season ... named to the Conference USA All-Freshmen squad and earned the team's Newcomer of the Year award at season's end ... finished third on the team in scoring with 12.1 ppg, including a second team-best 15.3 ppg in conference play ... hit 114-of-268 (.425) from the field and 55-of-138 (.399) from behind the arc ... ranked third in C-USA in three-point field goal percentage (.399) and fifth in three-point field goals made (55) ... also tallied 54 assists, 36 steals and eight blocks ... scored in double figures 16 times throughout the season ... established a new career-high against Tulsa (1/13) when she nabbed 22 points on 9-of-16 shooting, including a trio of three-pointers.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was named the 2004-05 Athlete of the Year as well as Player of the Year by the Chicago Sun-Times ... also received all-state, all-area and all-city recognition from the Sun-Times ... Marshall won the CPS City Championship in 2001-02 and 2003-04 in addition to placing third in the state in 2001-02 ... was named the Female Athlete of the Year by the United Negro College Fund in April 2005 ... named all-city by the Sun-Times in 2002-03 ... voted Rookie of the Year in 2001-02 by the coaches in Chicago ... was named to the Marshall honor roll twice ... was Student of the Month for psychology ... received the highest grade in Allied Health.
PERSONAL: Full name is Britney Cimone Jones ... born on September 1, 1987 ... majoring in criminal justice ... parents are Charles Harding and Althea Jones ... has a younger brother, Brandon Davis.