25 - Devin Brierly
Devin Brierly
Height: 5-9
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hanover, Ind.
High School: Southwestern
Position: G

* Horizon League Academic Honor Roll
* Butler Athletic Director's Honor Roll

Devin Brierly's Stats
Career  
|  11-12 Game-by-Game  |  10-11 Game-by-Game
09-10 Game-by-Game  
 08-09 Game-by-Game 

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2011-12 - Senior Season: Only player to start all 30 games...played team-high 32.8 minutes per game...led team in points (331), free throws made (95) and assists (88)...second on the team with 44 made 3-pointers...averaged 11.0 points and 3.2 rebounds per game while shooting .748 at the foul line...had five 20-point games after not having any her first three seasons...scored in double figures 15 times...scored 20 points and made four 3-pointers at IPFW(Nov. 20)...tallied 18 points and hit 10-of-11 at the free throw line vs. Bradley (Nov. 30)...scored career-high 22 points vs. Ball State (Dec. 9)...played all 40 minutes and scored 15 points on five 3-pointers at Detroit (Dec. 29)...had 19 points and six rebounds vs. Youngstown State (Jan. 5)...totaled 13 points and four assists vs. Cleveland State (Jan. 7)...tied career high with 22 points and grabbed seven boards at Youngstown State (Feb. 4)...scored 20 points vs. Valparaiso (Feb. 11)...had 21 points, six rebounds and made four treys vs. Loyola (Feb. 16)...played 40 minutes and scored 12 points vs. UIC (Feb. 18)...scored 14 points on Senior Day in win over Wright State (March 3)...had 15 points and five assists in league tourney game at UIC (March 7).

2010-11 - Junior Season: Voted as team's best defensive player...started in 30 contests and appeared in every game...averaged 6.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in 26.3 minutes per game...shot .803 at the free throw line, ranking second on the team...scored 10 points in season opener at Bradley (Nov. 13)...scored eight points and had four assists vs. Ohio Domincan (Nov. 20)...pulled in career-best eight rebounds vs. Valparaiso (Jan. 2)...scored nine points and made 7-of-8 at the foul line vs. Cleveland State (Jan. 13)...totaled eight points, four rebounds and two steals at UIC (Jan. 22)...scored career-high 19 points against Milwaukee (Jan. 29)...had 12 points and three assists vs. Wright State (Feb. 5)...had six assists at Youngstown State (Feb. 10)...totaled 16 points at Cleveland State (Feb. 12)...scored 12 points on four 3-pointers vs. Loyola (Feb. 19)...tied career high with eight boards vs. Detroit (March 9). 

2009-10 - Sophomore Season: Voted by her teammates as team's defensive MVP...appeared in 27 games and started 22 times...played 19.6 minutes per game, playing more than 25 minutes in six games...averaged 4.0 points per game and shot .350 from 3-point range...had three double-digit scoring performances...scored eight points in win over IPFW (Nov. 18)...suffered ankle injury vs. Indiana State (Dec. 9), missing five weeks of action...scored nine points on three 3-pointers in win at Valparaiso (Feb. 6)...tallied nine points in win over Youngstown State (Feb. 11)...had 12 points and made 6-for-6 at the free throw line at Detroit (Feb. 18)...scored 11 points and hit three treys in win over Wright State (March 10)...totaled career-high 14 points in Horizon League Championship semifinal win vs. Detroit (March 12).

2008-09 - Freshman Season: Found a role as a long-range shooter off the bench, playing 26 games...made all seven of her starts in the non-conference season...played 11.5 minutes per game...averaged 2.7 points and 1.1 assists per game...shot 31.4 percent from 3-point range and 68.4 percent at the free throw line...scored 10 points and had five assists at IPFW (Nov. 18)...scored a season-high 13 and made four 3-pointers at Evansville (Dec. 3)...totaled 11 points and made three treys in a win over Miami (Ohio) (Dec. 13).

High School: McDonald's All-American nominee...member of the North-South All-Star Team and the Hoosier Reunion All-Star Team...2A East/West All-Star...Hoosier Basketball Magazine Indiana Top-60 player...named to the all-region team three times and all-section squad four times...four-time All-Ohio River Valley Conference...earned Madison Courier All-Area honors and was named the area's top player in 2008...three-time team MVP and team captain...presented with the team's 3-Point Award on four occasions, Assists Award twice and Most Deflections Award twice...four-year varsity starter...holds the school record for three pointers in a game with seven coming against Shenandoah...finished her career as the fourth-leading scorer in school history with 1,278 points...averaged 15.3 points, 6.5 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game as a senior while helping the team to a 21-6 record as well as a conference and sectional title...led the team to a 21-4 record and a sectional title as a junior while averaging 13.1 points, 5.8 boards and 5.0 assists...played AAU basketball for the Ohio Valley Storm, guiding the team to a ninth-place finish in the nation during the summer of 2007...also was a four-year varsity starter on the softball team...four-time all-conference team member...was named the team MVP in three seasons...four-time Team Defensive Player of the Year and three-time Offensive Player of the Year...named to the 2A East/West All-Star Game...led the squad in stolen bases all four seasons and in strikeouts and wins as a pitcher...was awarded the team's Leading Pitcher Award all four seasons...maintained an ERA under 1.00 every year...finished as the school's career record holder in wins (69), strikeouts (804), ERA (0.78), no hitters (7) and shut-outs (34)...at the plate, her career .430 average is a school record, as are her 80 stolen bases and 131 hits...earned the win in 69 of her team's 72 victories during her four seasons...helped the squad to a 20-6 record as a junior...team advanced to the state finals her senior season...member of the National Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Personal: Born April 23, 1990...daughter of Kevin Brierly and Jennifer Larimore...has two younger sisters, Kelsi and Mason, and a younger brother, Grant...elementary education major.