◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
◊ Recipient of the team's Academic Award.
◊ Called by Andy Landers the most dedicated player to the team over the past season. Utilizing UGA's "marble system" for above and beyond efforts, Crews earned a total of 177 marbles during the 2011-12 season. "She set a bar at a place that it needs to be for others to attempt to match."
◊ A fourth-year junior, Crews decided to forego her senior season of eligibility after she graduated in the summer.
◊ Scored her first points as a Lady Bulldog - and supplied the game's final digits - by knocking down a 3-pointer with 17 seconds left against TCU in the season opener.
◊ Faced former Jefferson High School teammate MiMi DuBose when Georgia played at Georgia Southern.
◊ Saw her first, first-half SEC action at Ole Miss...and repeated that against Mississippi State in Athens.
◊ Started for the Lady Bulldogs on "Senior Day" and helped the Lady Bulldogs force a shot-clock violation by LSU in the game's initial possession.
◊ Said Andy Landers after the regular-season finale: "Brit deserved that start. She's earned it. She has invested as much, if not more, as any player on our roster in the gym and the weight room this season."
◊ Sat out the 2010-11 campaign per NCAA rules regarding transfers but practiced with the Lady Bulldogs and provide valuable depth there.
◊ Left a full scholarship at Brenau, an NAIA institution in Gainesville, Ga., to become a walk-on at UGA.
◊ Over two seasons at Brenau, made more three-point field goals (18) than two-point baskets (4) and shot a significantly better percentage from three-point range (.474) than on shots taken inside the arc (.154).
◊ Caught Andy Landers' attention while Brenau players were assisting with demonstration of drills at a coaching clinic during the summer of 2009.
◊ Landers asked for a player who could definitely hit a three-pointer from the corner on an inbounds play. Crews stepped up - and after considerable taunting from Landers - calmly hit the three.
◊ Named to the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) All-Academic Team.
◊ Played in 16 games, missing approximately two months of the season due to a broken finger.
◊ Helped the Golden Bears compile a 17-14 record.
◊ Reached double digits in the scoring column twice, against Milligan and Southern Wesleyan.
◊ Thirteen of her 14 FGs - and 25 of her 35 shots from the floor - were from behind the the three-point arc.
◊ Led the Golden Tigers in three-point percentage, connecting on 52.0 percent of her shots.
◊ Exploded for a career-high 15 points against Southern Wesleyan by canning five threes.
◊ Saw action in 16 games as a freshman, scoring a season-high eight points in a 92-30 victory over Spelman.
◊ Posted a better three-piont shooting percentage (.385) than overall (.276). In fact, shot nearly 20 percent better from three-point range than from inside the arc.
◊ Coached by Jason Gibson at Jefferson as a senior after playing at North Hall High School for three years.
◊ Coached by Debbie Blake at North Hall, where she was a three-year member of the varsity team.
◊ Named honorable mention All-Northeast Georgia by the Athens Banner-Herald and honorable mention all area by the Gainesville Times as a senior.
◊ Helped North Hall to a 17-11 record and a bid to the AAA state tournament as a junior.
◊ Member of North Hall's 2006 squad that made an improbable run the quarterfinals of Georgia's AAA state tournament. The Trojans entered the state tourney with just a 13-15 record but upset Franklin County and Towers before falling to cross-town rival Johnson-Gainesville in the quarterfinals.
◊ Born March 28, 1990, Brittney is the daughter of Terry and Celeste Crews.
◊ Major: Biology
◊ Recipient of the Val Porter Family Wome's Basketball Scholarship for 2011-12.