Women’s Basketball Adds Transfer D Brown

Wanda Watkins (Courtesy of Bennett Scarborough)
Wanda Watkins (Courtesy of Bennett Scarborough)

D Brown Bio | 2013 Early Signing Class | @GoCamelsWBB

BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Campbell head coach Wanda Watkins announced on Tuesday that D Brown, a transfer from Carl Albert State College, has signed a grant-in-aid agreement to play with the women's basketball team. She is eligible to begin helping the Lady Camels in the fall of 2013.

"We are really excited to have D Brown coming into our program," said Coach Watkins. "When D visited our campus, her attention to detail really impressed me. That is so important for a player that is going to be a point guard, because you want them paying attention to all the little details.

"She is a well-rounded person and has an outstanding knowledge of the game. D possesses a lot of great skills that are going to complement our team. She can shoot the basketball and that will be an additional boost for our team this year."

Brown was honored on the 2013 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Region II Team for her performance at Carl Albert State College as a sophomore. She averaged 13.5 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game for the Lady Vikings.

The Norman, Okla., native drained 60 three-point field goals, while tallying 59 steals and 79 rebounds. She posted a career-best 30-point contest against Connors State on Nov. 11 and hit double-figures in 23 of her 29 appearances.

Prior to college, the four-time all-region honorable mention played at Heritage Hall for her first three seasons before attending Norman High School as a senior. Brown made two appearances in the Oklahoma State Tournament, one with each school during her career.

She compiled an average of 11.7 points per game during her high school career. She was additionally a member of Mu Alpha Theta and the French National Honor Society.

Brown will join newcomers Qua Brown, Amanda Coffer and Courtney Best, who will begin their Lady Camels' careers in August.