Tia Briggs
44  Tia Briggs
Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Tacoma, WA

High School:
Wilson

Height:
6-1

Position:
F

Experience:
HS

Age:
18


03/14/2014

Season ends for WWU with 77-70 loss to Simon Fraser in regional opener

Vikings rally from 12 down, but never able to take lead in second half

03/11/2014

WWU opens West Regional with fourth meeting against Simon Fraser

Defending champion and No.6 seed Vikings face No.3 Clan

03/10/2014

WWU named GNAC Team of the Week for March 2-8

Vikings defend GNAC title, prepare for rematch at West Regional

03/09/2014

WWU is No.6 seed at NCAA II West Regional, plays Simon Fraser again

Defending champion Vikings earn automatic berth as GNAC champion

03/08/2014

WWU plays Simon Fraser for GNAC championship Saturday

Vikings have been in every title game of tourney's four-year history

COLLEGE: Played in all 29 games, making nine starts, as freshman in 2013-14 ... Averaged 9.7 points on team-best 52.6 percent (113-of-215) field-goal shooting ...Scored double figures in 16 games ... Had season-high 19 points on 9-of-12 floor accuracy at Central Washington on 2/18/14 ... Grabbed season-best seven rebounds in two games ...Named MVP of WWU Lynda Goodrich Classic with 30 points and 13 rebounds in two games ... One letter.

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: Plans to major in computer science or take program in pre-medicine ... 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).


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