Ranks tied for third in career saves (5).
Sophomore (2011): Named to the Atlantic Sun’s All-Academic Team…went 7-8 with a 2.55 ERA with 66 strikeouts in 88 innings worked in 2011…tied for fifth in the league in saves (2)…started and earned the win in the season opener against Virginia (2/11) with four innings twirled…won the championship game of the Hampton Inn Tournament with 5.2 innings thrown and seven strikeouts…was named to the Hampton Inn’s All-Tournament team….started and only allowed one earned run against Auburn (2/18)…started and allowed one run against Western Illinois (2/20)…walked twice against the Leathernecks…started in the circle, earned the victory and struck out a career high eight in the win over Lehigh (2/25)…only allowed one earned run in five innings against James Madison (3/4)…earned the save with 2/3 of an inning worked against Creighton (3/11)…started and threw three scoreless innings against Mercer (3/19)…earned the win against North Carolina (3/23)…picked up the save against Stetson (3/29)…had a hit and run scored against Hampton (4/6)… threw five innings and allowed just one run in the loss to Jacksonville (4/16)…went 14 innings without allowing an earned run in the conference tournament with a 2-0 record…threw the first complete game of her career in the team’s win over Kennesaw State (5/12) in the conference tournament…threw the first complete game shutout of her career and earned the win in the victory over Mercer (5/13) in the A-Sun Tournament
Freshman (2010): Named to the Atlantic Sun’s All-Academic Team… named an NFCA’s All-America Scholar Athlete…hit .273 with three hits, three RBIs, three walks and two runs scored…in the circle went 1-5 in 52.2 innings worked and 39 strikeouts…led the team and ranked tied for first in the conference with three saves… struck out three in relief against UNCW (2/11)…struck out seven in her first career start against Charleston Southern (2/16)…pitched in relief against ECU, Marshall and Kansas at the Lipton Invitational (2/19-20)…threw four innings in relief with six strikeouts against College of Charleston (2/27)…started and pitched 3.2 innings against No. 18 Tennessee…earned save with 1.2 innings of relief against Winston-Salem State (3/19)…pitched an inning of relief against North Carolina Central (3/20)…scored first career run against the Eagles…made a relief appearance against Charleston Southern (3/23)…picked up her first career win with six innings of one-run relief against No. 22 North Carolina (3/31)…also had the first two hits of her career (a single and double) and scored two runs…also came in relief in the second game against the Tar Heels…started against Florida Gulf Coast (4/8)…came in relief against Stetson (4/10)…threw two scoreless relief innings against North Florida (4/16)…threw four scoreless innings against Jacksonville (4/17)…picked up her third save with 1.2 innings of relief work against Belmont (5/1).
Prep/Personal: Was a four-year softball letterwinner at Tunstall High…a four-time First Team All-District player…a three-time first-team Virginia All-State Pitcher…named the district’s Pitcher of the Year in each of her final three seasons…a four-time first team All-Region IV player…named the Region IV Pitcher of the Year in each of her final three seasons…a three-time first team All-State AA selection…was the AA State Pitcher of the Year as a senior…shattered the school’s strikeout record…named Tunstall’s Most Scholarly Athlete and the school’s Most Outstanding Female Athlete as a senior…took home MVP honors at the Virginia All-Star game following her final season…as senior her team finished as the state’s runner-up and lost in the championship game by a 2-1 score in 11 innings…led team to the state championship game as a junior – where team placed second…finished her career with a 74-11 career record…batted .515 as senior...prior to her senior season had a career batting average of .362, 69 RBIs and 60 runs scored…full name is Brittany Arnn…born 4/17/89 in Danville, Va. ...daughter of Carroll and Bett Arnn…has an older sister, Amanda … majoring in kinesiology.