Bree Horrocks
Bree  Horrocks


Buford, Ga.

High School:




Year in Photos: Bree Horrocks

The sophomore center set all new career-high marks in 2015-16


B1G Honors 57 Student-Athletes

125 Boilermakers have earned Academic All-Big Ten honors in 2015-16


WBB Routs Incarnate Word 95-27

The Boilermakers posted the second-largest victory in school history


Nothing is Given: Bree Horrocks

The sophomore center has seen the team’s growth this summer


Boilermakers Edge Cameroon Nat. Team 50-45

Purdue overcame an outstanding rebounding performance to earn the win


Purdue Women's Basketball First Practice 2014-15

Photos from the first practice of the Purdue women's basketball 2014-15 season.

2015-16 - SOPHOMORE

• 2016 Academic All-Big Ten
• Became the fifth player in Purdue history (second Boilermaker in 2015-16) to shoot 100% from the floor with at least seven FG attempts, hitting 7-of-7 against Incarnate Word on Dec. 10, scoring a career-high 15 points
• All 15 points came in the fourth quarter against the Cardinals, matching the highest quarter output by a Boilermaker
• Grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds against Minnesota on Jan. 14, including six on the offensive end
• Missed game at Maryland (Feb. 11) due to a knee injury suffered at Penn State
• Posted 10 points and five rebounds vs. Rutgers on Feb. 25, marking her top individual effort in a Big Ten Conference game
• Had 12 points and five rebounds in our Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal game against Michigan State on March 4
• Was perfect from the field on six occasions this year, including four efforts with at least three field goal attempts
• Finished second on the team in field goal percentage, hitting 50 percent from the floor on the year
• Posted the fewest turnovers per minutes played on the team, committing just 10 in 452 minutes on the year

2014-15 - FRESHMAN

• Appeared in 29 games, averaging 7.4 minutes in her first year with the Boilermakers
• Connected on 44.2 percent from the field (23-52)
• Averaged 1.7 points and 1.1 rebounds per game
• Ranked eighth amongst Big Ten freshmen in field goal percentage
• Posted a career-best eight points on three-of-four shooting and two free throws vs. Florida State (Dec. 3)
• Finished with four points and a career-high four rebounds vs. Indiana (Jan. 4)
• Played a career-most 16 minutes at Michigan, blocking a career-high two shots.


• Three-sport varsity letterwinner at Buford High School, participating in volleyball and track and field in addition to basketball
• Played in the Full Court Fresh 50 Invitational, finishing with eight points, six rebounds and three steals
• Named a GACA and Gwinnett County All-Star, in addition to all-metro honorable mention honors
• Led her team to a second-place state finish at the Georgia AAA High School championships, falling in state title game, 48-45
• Earned first team all-county honors and a pair of team awards in volleyball
• Four-year academic letterwinner.


• Born Oct. 11, 1995
• Full name is Briana Katja Horrocks
• Daughter of Mary Nimphius and John Horrocks
• has one sister, Alexis
• Intends to major in psychology
• high school coach is Gene Durden
• Former teammate of Andraya Carter (Tennessee), Kristina Nelson (Notre Dame), MaKenzie Darrah (Elon), and Maya Dillard (Lipscomb).


• Ranked 35 overall by Blue Star Basketball
• Named to the preseason Atlanta Top-25 Watchlist and second-team All-County by the Gwinnett Daily Post
• MVP of the Memorial Day Classic
• Fab 5 Peach State Basketball
• Peach State Basketball Elite Basketball Academy All-American
• Tip-Off Club All-Academic honoree (Gwinnett Daily Post)
• Two-year Buford High School scholar athlete and honor roll
• AP Scholar Award (2012-13)
• Ranked 13th in her academic class.


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