Coach Smith on Rothweiler: "Brittney is a great ball handler who can score inside and out. She has a great pull-up jumper and can read the defense very well. She also has a quick first step that can create opportunities for her and her teammates."
2003-2004: Appeared in 26 games for the Leopards...averaged 4.3 points per game...shot a team best 94.4 percent from the foul line (34-36)...made eight free throws en route to 10 points at Wagner (12/3)...scored nine points and had three assists at Denver (12/20)...scored 10 points against Cornell (12/29)...scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds in her first start of the season against Harvard (1/15)...scored eight points in a season high 32 minutes at Army (2/11)...scored a season high 11 points at Lehigh (2/22).
2002-03: Played in all 28 games as a freshman, starting 8...averaged 4.3 ppg...scored a career high 18 points against Princeton (1/28)...first on the team in free throw percentage with 96.0...went 6-6 against Colgate (1/11) and 5-5 against Army (2/11).
High School: Averaged 19.0 ppg and was awarded the Vi Goodnow Award as the Best Female Basketball Player in Western Massachusettes... averaged 5.0 rpg, 5.0 spg and 4.0 apg...All-Western Massachusettes First-Team member in 2002.
General: Daughter of Jack and Beth Rothweiler...three sisters, Mia, Maryanne and Dawn...born on December 12, 1983.
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