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Brittany Chambers - Kansas State
Chambers joined former WNBA players Nicole Ohlde and Kendra Wecker as the only KSU Wildcats to earn All-Big 12 First Team honors three times. 2012-13: One of 10 national finalists for Senior CLASS Award, the pre-med major (3.5 GPA) was the inaugural winner of Big 12's Scholar-Athlete of the Year for women's hoops. Posted personal highs in three major categories and was the only player in the Big 12 with 600 points, 200 rebounds and 90 assists (something only Ohlde had done at KSU). Scored in double figures 30 times, topping 20 points 18 times. 2011-12: Led Big 12 in made threes per game; also played a school-record 1,247 minutes, led team in rebounding (14th in Big 12), and was second in scoring (8th in Big 12). 2010-11: Paced Big 12 and ranked 26th nationally in made treys; led KSU in scoring and was second in rebounding. 2009-10: A Big 12 All-Freshman selection as KSU's leader in rebounding and assists. PREP/MISC: The 2008-09 Minnesota Class 2A Girls Basketball POY as well as a four-time all-state pick in volleyball. Father, Lance, played baseball in the Minnesota Twins system; mother, Kelsey, played junior college basketball.