Briana Bass Joins IU Women's Basketball Staff
Dec. 18, 2013
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana head women's basketball coach Curt Miller has added former Indiana high school and Tennesee Lady Vols standout Briana Bass to his staff. Bass will serve as assistant video coordinator.
"I am so happy to announce the addition of Bree Bass to our staff," head coach Curt Miller said. "Bree played at the highest level and has already begun to share valuable experience with our players on and off the court. It has been fun to watch her immediately connect with our players. She has an engaging personality and hard work has been the backbone of her success throughout her life. She is well respected in basketball circles throughout the state and is now the third Indiana High School All-Star on my staff joining director of operations Liz Honegger and graduate assistant Azjah Bass."
Bass, a 2008 graduate of North Central High School in Indianapolis, played four years at Tennessee under head coach Pat Summit and graduated in 2012. 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, the 5-2 guard 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.
In high school, she 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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