|High School:||Northside Christian|
Enters season ranking second on the home run list (31), sixth in slugging percentage (.486) and eighth in walks (64).
Junior (2011): Named to the Atlantic Sun’s All-Academic Team…selected to the NFCA’s All-America Scholar Athlete Team… had 38 hits, 29 runs, 12 home runs, 30 RBIs, 78 total bases, a slugging percentage of .497 and 29 walks…played in 59 games with 59 starts behind the plate…ranked fourth in league in walks and fifth in home runs…her 12 home runs are tied for the seventh most in a single season by a CU player…had a hit against Virginia (2/11)…walked twice and scored a run against Drexel (2/11)…hit a home run and drove in a pair of runs against Southern Miss. (2/18)…knocked in two runs against McNeese State (2/19)…had a pair of hits against Western Illinois (2/20)…walked three times and scored a pair of runs against Lehigh (2/26)…had three hits and two runs scored against Chattanooga (3/6)…hit a solo home run against No. 9 Arizona State (3/10)…hit a three-run home run against Creighton (3/11)…had a pair of hits against Howard (3/12)…hit a three-run home run against Virginia Tech (3/12)…had three hits, a home run and three RBIs in the two games against North Carolina Central (3/17)…hit a two-run home run against Mercer (3/19)…had a home run in the first game against Stetson (3/29)…had three hits and two runs with a home run against Lipscomb (4/1)…walked three times in the two games against Belmont (4/2)…had a pair of hits and a run scored against Hampton (4/6)…hit the tying home run in the second game against Kennesaw State (4/9)…hit a home run and walked against North Florida (4/15)…had a home run and two RBIs in the second game against East Tennessee State (4/22)…saw her 162 consecutive games played streak come to an end against North Carolina Central (4/25)…had a home run and two RBIs against Longwood (5/9)…had a hit, an RBI and run scored against Mercer (5/13) in the conference tournament.
Sophomore (2010): Named to the Atlantic Sun’s All-Academic Team… named an NFCA’s All-America Scholar Athlete…played in all 55 games with 54 starts…hit .253 with 22 runs and 39 hits…tied for the team lead with seven home runs…lead the team with 29 RBIs and 69 total bases…stole six bases and had two triples…drove in a run on sacrifice fly against UNCW (2/11)…had three hits and a run scored in the first game against Charleston Southern (2/16)…drove in a run with a sacrifice fly against No. 5/9 Florida…had three hits and a home run against College of Charleston (2/27)…had a walk and run scored against Syracuse…had a hit an and RBI against No. 16 LSU (3/6)…had a walk and a home run with two runs scored against Liberty (3/13)…scored three runs with two RBIs in the two games against Hampton (3/16)…walked three times in the two games against Winston-Salem State (3/19)…went 6-for-7 with four runs scored and eight RBIs in the two games against North Carolina Central (3/20)…her second game against the Eagles was her second three hit performance of the day and she also hit a home run and drove in six…named the Atlantic Sun’s Player of the Week (3/22) for the first time after hitting .563 with nine hits, two triples, two home runs and 10 RBIs on the week…had three hits and three RBIs in the two games against Charleston Southern (3/23)…had two hits and a double in the second game against Kennesaw State (3/26)…walked in the first game against Mercer (3/27)…had two hits, a double and an RBI in the two games against No. 22 North Carolina (3/31)…had a pair of hits in the two games against Stetson (4/10)…had three hits, an RBI and a double in the two games against Jacksonville…hit a three-run home run in the second game against ETSU (4/22)…drew a walk in both games against Lipscomb (4/24)…walked twice in the first game and hit the game-winning two-run home run in the second game against Belmont (5/1)…drove in the game winning run against USC Upstate (5/8) with a double.
Freshman (2009): Was named to Atlantic Sun’s All-Freshman Team… also named to the Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team… named to the Atlantic Sun’s All-Academic Team…hit .257 with 12 home runs, 25 RBIs and 32 runs scored…also slugged .513, walked 20 times and had 78 total bases… her 12 home runs were a freshman record…started all 54 games and 362 innings behind the plate…put up a sparkling .988 fielding percentage…had four multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games…started career with a hit, run scored and an RBI against Tennessee Tech (2/6)… hit first home run of career against Ohio (2/14)…was named to the Camel Stampede All-Tournament team… had three hits, a home run and five RBIs in the second game against the N.C. Central (2/17)…had two hits, a home run and scored a run in the first game against UNCW (2/19)…totaled two hits, a home run (the game winner), a run scored and an RBI in the first game against USC Upstate (3/20)…tied her career high with three hits in the first game against UNC Greensboro (3/31)…also drove in three and hit a home run against the Spartans…walked three times and scored three times in the first game against Elon (4/21)…hit safely in each game of the Atlantic Sun Championships including two home runs that proved to be game winners in back-to-back games against Mercer… had a hit in each game of the NCAAs… homered against North Carolina (5/14).
Prep/Personal: Five-year varsity letterwinner for Northside Christian High School… won four state championships in five years of varsity softball…was named both an All-Conference and All-State Performer each of her five years at Northside…as a senior in 2008 was named All-Mecklenburg County and was given the team’s Coach’s Award… as an eighth grader, in 2004, while playing varsity softball, was awarded the North Carolina Gatorade Rookie of the Year Award…holds school career records for home runs and runs batted-in…posted a .561 batting average her senior year to boost her career average to .491… also lettered in basketball and volleyball…full name is Brittney Taylor McGee… born 8/23/90 in Charlotte, N.C…daughter of Jeff and Rhonda McGee… majoring in health and physical education with specialization in teaching.