Briana Bass will be Indiana women's basketball's assistant to the director of basketball operations after spending last season as assistant video coordinator
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Briana Bass enters her second season with the Indiana women's basketball program in 2014-15, but her first in a full-time role as assistant to the director of operations.
Bass just recently earned her master's degree from Indiana University in sports administration. Prior to attending graduate school at IU, she played four years at Tennessee under head coach Pat Summit and graduated in 2012 with a degree in sport management with a minor in business. She appeared in 118 games during her career in Knoxville and was part two Elite Eight runs (2011, 2012) and a Sweet Sixteen appearance (2010).
As a freshman in 2008-09, Bass made 13 starts, appearing in every contest for the Lady Vols to average 3.9 points, 2.1 assists and 1.3 rebounds per game.. In each of her final three years in Knoxville, UT won the SEC Tournament Championship and won 27 or more games in each of those years. During her senior year (2011-12), Bass made nine starts, including every SEC Tournament and NCAA Tournament game.
A 2008 graduate of North Central High School in Indianapolis, Bass helped lead North Central to an Indiana 4A state title, earned all-state honors three times and was named an Indiana All Star after her senior year.
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