#21 Bri Scanlan
|HOMETOWN||East Grand Forks, Minn. (East Grand Forks HS)|
• NSIC All-Academic
Scored a career-high five goals, playing in all 19 games for the Beavers...three goals were game winners, including the lone goal to help BSU secure its first win over Minnesota State...had a total of nine shots on goal.
• NSIC All-Academic
Appeared in all 19 games, making fifteen starts...saw playing time between the midfield and forward positions recording three goals an four assists on the season...tallied three points (1G, 1A) against Cardinal Stritch...scored first career game-winner against Jamestown on Sept. 11.
Played in all 20 games and recorded one goal and four assists for six points...played in the fourth-most minutes by a freshman (835)...scored first career-goal in second-career game against Minnesota Duluth (Aug. 31)...recorded first-career point in her first-collegiate game against Northern Michigan (Aug. 30)...finished second in scoring among freshmen.
Prior to BSU
Scanlan’s East Grand Forks High School team went 16-3 her senior year and made it to the section finals, which was the furthest the team had ever gone...graduated with the record for most points at EGFHS...named team MVP her junior and senior years...was all-conference her final three seasons...named to the all-state team her junior and senior years...lettered five years in soccer, six years in track and three years in basketball...named Hardest Worker by her basketball teammates her sophomore and junior years...earned all-conference honors her junior year and honorable mention her sophomore year...made it to state in track her eighth grade, freshman and junior years...high school coach was Jessica Bina.
Briana Rose Scanlan...born Sept. 27, 1989...daughter of Jim and Cyndy Scanlan...majoring in physical education.
Career Single-Game Highs
Goals: 1, nine times, (last Minnesota State, 10/31/10)
Assists: 1, nine times (last Concordi-St. Paul, 10/2/10)
Points: 3, once, (Cardinal Stritch, 8/28/09)
SOG: 3, once, (Cardinal Stritch, 8/28/09)