Brina Chaney

Brina Chaney

Player Profile


Bothell, Wash.

High School:




Junior (2002-03):
Brina Chaney played and started all 30 games for the Beavers...led the team in rebounding with 191 boards (6.4 rpg.) and blocked shots with 70...finished third on the squad in scoring with 262 points (8.7 ppg.)...enters her senior season just 36 blocks shy of the OSU school record (176)...her .820 free throw percentage (82-for-100) was the fifth highest single season mark of all-time...earned second team Pac-10 All-Academic honors...tallied six double-doubles and reached double figures in scoring on 12 occasions...had four or more blocked shots in eight different outings...matched her then career-best of 14 points against Tulane (11/29)...buried 8-of-10 field goals en route to a career-high 18 points and pulled down eight rebounds against Idaho State (12/1)...pulled down a career-high 14 rebounds to go along with 10 points and five blocked shots against Florida (12/14)...buried 10-of-11 free throws and scored 16 points while matching her career-best with three steals at Southwest Missouri State (12/20)...had 11 points and 11 rebounds against USC (12/27)...tallied her second straight double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds while dishing out a career-high four assists and blocking six shots against UCLA (12/29)...finished with 13 points and 13 rebounds against California (1/11)...tied the OSU record for blocked shots in a game with eight swats against Oregon (1/18)...tallied 12 points and 12 rebounds at California (2/6)...had 16 points and three dishes against No. 23 Washington (2/20)...matched her career-high with 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds, including seven offensive, while blocking five shots against UNLV (3/21) in the WNIT.

Sophomore (2001-02): Brina saw action in all 32 games, making 29 starts...came off the bench in three contests during early December after spraining her right ankle during practice...led the team with 38 blocked shots, including a conference-best 27 during Pac-10 games...was sixth on the team in scoring with 180 points (5.6 ppg.) and fourth in rebounding with 146 boards (4.6 rpg.)...earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors...reached double figures in scoring on six occasions...had four double figure rebounding outings...tallied three double-doubles...pulled down a then career-best 10 rebounds in the season opener against Loyola Marymount (11/9)...had 10 points on a perfect 5-for-5 shooting against Portland (12/6)...recorded first career double-double with 10 points, a career-best 11 rebounds and five blocked shots against Washington State (12/28)...buried 4-of-5 field goals and 6-of-10 free throws against UCLA (1/24) for a career-high 14 points...tallied seven rebounds and four blocks against California (2/7)...recorded second double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds, including nine defensive, at Washington (2/21)...also had four blocks and a career-high 10 field goal attempts in 40 minutes of action against the Huskies...reached double figures in scoring for a second consecutive game with 10 points against Washington State (2/23)...finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds against Hawaii in the postseason WNIT.

Freshman (2000-01): Brina played in all 29 games, starting 28...came off the bench in the season opener against Portland State (11/17)...scored 136 points and pulled down 109 rebounds...led the team in blocked shots with 32...ranked sixth in the Pac-10 for blocked shots per game (1.10)...had three blocked shots in four different games...scored a then career-high 10 points against Princeton (11/24)...pulled down eight rebounds and blocked three shots against Wyoming (11/25)...matched her then career-high with eight rebounds, including seven offensive at Arizona (2/3)...dished out two assists in six different contests before a career-high three dishes against Brigham Young (3/16) in the WNIT...hit 3-of-4 shots from the floor against BYU...shot .690 from the free throw line (40-58)...scored in 27 of 29 games.

Brina was a three-year starter for Inglemoor High School, while playing for C.J. Sealey...Inglemoor produced records of 17-10, 13-9 and 16-8 during her three seasons as the starting center...averaged 16.2 points a game, 10.6 rebounds, 2.4 blocked shots and 1.4 assists per contest as a senior...shot .542 (147-271) from the field and .762 (80-105) from the charity line...following her senior year, was named first team all-league (King-CO), first team all-eastside, team MVP and team captain...participated in the Northwest Shootout all-star game and the L'adidas All-American game...following her junior year, was ranked as the seventh best post player in the country by Mike White's all-star Girl's Scouting Report...was named honorable mention All-American by Street & Smith and was a second-team all-league selection ...earned honorable mention all-league accolades as a sophomore.

PERSONAL Parents are Frank and Judy Chaney...father is an architect and mother is a retired math teacher...majoring in business with emphasis in athletic administration...entered OSU with a 3.98 GPA out of Inglemoor High School...several relatives participated in major college athletics, including Chad Hartvigson, a cousin, who played baseball at Washington (1992-94); Grant Hartvigson, cousin, baseball at Washington (1994-96); Brett Hartvigson, cousin, basketball at Pacific Lutheran, 1989-92; and Koll Hartvigson, cousin, basketball at Pacific Lutheran, 1991-93...enjoys volleyball, working out, shopping and traveling...member of National Honor Society (1998-00); salutatorian of her class and member of Who's Who among American high school students (1998-99)...selected OSU because, "the coaches, teammates, being a part of a growing program and playing in the Pac-10."...also considered attending Colorado and UCLA.

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