Tia  Briggs
44  Tia Briggs
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Tacoma, WA

High School:
Wilson

Height:
6-1

Position:
F

Birthdate:
03/03/1995

Experience:
3V


03/07/2015

WWU falls to No.1 UAA, 71-58, in GNAC tourney title contest

Late first-half drought ends season for Vikings

03/06/2015

WWU defeats Seattle Pacific in overtime, 72-67, in GNAC semifinal

Colard scores career-high 34 as Vikings rally from 14 points down

03/06/2015

WWU faces Alaska Anchorage in GNAC Tournament title game

Vikings have won last two crowns, UAA previous two

03/05/2015

WWU meets Seattle Pacific in GNAC Tournament semifinal

Vikings have won last two titles

03/02/2015

WWU travels to Billings for GNAC Tournament

Vikings have won last two titles, open versus Central Washington

COLLEGE:

2015-16 (Junior):
  • Started 20 games and played in 23, averaging 30.7 min/game (total of 705).
  • Averaged 9.7 points, 5 rebounds (ranked 17th in GNAC) and 1 assist per game.
  • Shot .538 (ranked 2nd in GNAC) from the floor and .661 for free throws.
  • Scored season high of 21 points against NNU on 1/2/16.
  • Season high of 10 rebounds against UAA on 12/5/15 (had a double-double with 18 points).
2014-15 (Sophomore):
  • Competed in 28 games, making 4 starts.
  • Averaged 6.3 points and 3.9 rebounds.
  • Scored double-figure points in five games with high of 18 at Simon Fraser on 12/06/14.
  • Grabbed career-high nine rebounds vs. Humboldt State on 11/14/14.
2013-14 (Freshman):
  • Played in all 29 games, making 9 starts, as true freshman.
  • Averaged 9.7 points on team-best 52.6 percent (113-of-215) field-goal shooting.
  • Scored double figures in 16 games.
  • Had career-high 19 points on 9-of-12 field-goal accuracy at Central Washington on 2/18/14.
  • Named MVP of WWU Lynda Goodrich Classic with 30 points and 13 rebounds in two games. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Associated Press Class 3A all-State pick as senior at Wilson High School ... Finished with 1,036 career points ... Helped Rams to 23-3 record, Narrows League title with 12-0 mark, and third-place at state tournament ... Tacoma News Tribune all-Area, Tacoma Weekly all-City, TNT Narrows League Fab Five, first-team league all-star and second-team state all-tournament ... Team captain ... Averaged 12.8 points and 8.5 rebounds and blocked 98 shots ... As junior, helped WHS to 20-4 record and regional playoffs ... League MVP, all-area and all-city ... Averaged 14.4 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.2 steals ... All-city choice as sophomore ... Started and lettered four years ... Also lettered three times in volleyball, twice being named second-team all-league and all-city ... Helped Rams to district playoffs two straight years ... As senior finished with 121 kills and 29 blocks ... Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association and league scholar-athlete four straight years.

PERSONAL: Major is computer science ... Her father, Ed, played basketball at WWU, earned NAIA All-America honorable mention in 1989 and setting school records for blocked shots in game (9), season (109) and career (183).

CAREER STATISTICS

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SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS:
Points: 21, at Western Oregon -- 01/02/16 ; Northwest Nazarene -- 01/07/16
Rebounds: 10, Alaska Anchorage -- 12/05/15
Assists: 3, 6 times
Steals: 4, vs Midwestern State -- 12/18/15
Blocks: 2, 6 times
FG made: 9, at Western Oregon -- 01/02/16 ; Northwest Nazarene -- 01/07/16 ; at Central Washington -- 02/08/14
FG attempts: 15, at Simon Fraser -- 12/06/14
3FG attempts: 1, at Alaska -- 02/27/16
FT made: 10, Alaska Anchorage -- 12/05/15
FT attempts: 10, Alaska Anchorage -- 12/05/15