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Brooklyn Pope - Baylor
Fort Worth, TX
Transferred from Rutgers back to her home state of Texas and became part of a remarkable run by the Baylor Lady Bears. 2012-13: Playing as a graduate student, earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention after helping Baylor to second straight No. 1 overall seed in NCAA tournament, a second consecutive Big 12 title, and a second straight undefeated league campaign. Had some of her best efforts vs. top competition, going 7-for-10 from the floor at No. 5 Notre Dame and recording a double-double at No. 17 Kansas. 2011-12: Earned Baylor's Coaches Award as a key reserve on 40-0 team that defeated Notre Dame for national title. Got Lady Bears postseason rolling, leading team in rebounding and scoring 13 points in NCAA Tournament opener vs. UC?Santa Barbara. Had 10 points and 9 boards in just 13 minutes vs. No. 15 Texas A&M. 2010-11: Started 17 games, including the first 16, at the No. 4 spot. Was second on the team in blocks, fourth in rebounds; recorded first career double-double with 20 points, 14 rebounds vs. No. 16 Notre Dame. 2008-09: As a freshman at Rutgers, saw reserve action in 29 games.