Brooke Baughman
Brooke Baughman


Canyon, Texas

High School:




As a junior: Played in all 29 games with 13 starts ... named Academic All-Big 12 first team ... had season highs of five rebounds and two points vs. SE Missouri State ... grabbed four rebounds vs. Sac State ... had four rebounds and two steals at Penn State ... had a career-high nine assists, two steals and had four rebounds vs. Oral Roberts ... had three rebounds vs. Louisville ... had five points and four assists vs. Virginia Tech ... scored three points at Oklahoma ... had eight points and two steals vs. Nebraska ... scored 10 points and at Oklahoma State ... had career highs of 16 points and four three-pointers vs. Texas ... had six assists at Texas A&M ... dished out eight assists vs. Oklahoma State ... tallied six assists vs. Colorado ... had career-high three steals at Baylor ... had six points and five assists vs. Kansas ... scored 11 points at Texas ... scored eight points vs. Oklahoma ... scored six points vs. Oklahoma State in first round of Big 12 Championship ... scored 10 points vs. Missouri in Big 12 quarterfinals.

As a sophomore: Played in 28 games with one start ... named first team Academic All-Big 12 ... got first career start vs. Rice ... had career highs of 10 points and six rebounds, while tying career-high seven assists vs. Rice ... played all 40 minutes against Rice ... had two assists, one steal and tied career-high one block vs. UALR ... had five assists against Miami ... had six points and six assists and tied season-high one steal vs. Ole Miss ... scored four points and had four assists against Arkansas State ... tallied five assists vs. Sac State ... had three rebounds and tied career-high two steals against Idaho State ... sank a career-high three three pointers for nine points at Oklahoma State ... dished out five assists at Colorado ... scored eight points vs. Missouri.

As a freshman: Played in all 33 games ... made collegiate debut against Texas-San Antonio ... had four points and four rebounds vs. UTSA ... had six points against Western Kentucky ... six points and hit a career-high two three-pointers vs. UC Santa Barbara ... had a career-high nine points and tied career highs of two three-pointers and four assists while getting her first career block against Rutgers ... had seven points and four assists vs. Michigan ... had career highs of five rebounds and two steals against Wyoming ... dished out a career-high seven assists and tied career-high two steals vs. Pacific ... dished out six assists at San Diego ... tallied four assists vs. Pepperdine ... tied career-high two steals vs. Oklahoma State ... tied career highs of five rebounds, two steals and one block against Baylor ... had five assists against Texas A&M ... chipped in three points at Kansas State ... tied her career-high seven rebounds vs. Maine in the first round of the NCAA Championship.

High School: 2003 graduate of Class 3A Canyon High School ... As a freshman: Team was 2000 state champions ... As a sophomore: Named first team all-District and first team all-region ... selected to regional all-tournament team ... named to the Panhandle Plains Super Team ... named all-metro by the Amarillo Globe-News ... team was a regional finalist ... As a junior: Was a first team all-state selection by TABC, TGCA and TSWA ... named first team all-region and all-district ... was the MVP of the Frenship Tournament ... named to the Panhandle Plains Super Team ... was all-metro by the Amarillo Globe-News ... was named to the regional all-tournament team ... team advanced to the regionals ... selected team MVP ... advanced to regionals in track in the mile relay ... As a senior: Named a McDonald's All-American and a Parade All-American ... named honorable mention All-America by Street & Smith ... AAU All-American ... was the TABC Player of the Year ... selected first team all-state by TABC and TGCA ... received the TABC award for highest three-point percentage in the state ... was a TABC and TGCA all-star ... played in the Texas vs. Oklahoma All-Star Game ... was named first team all-district and MVP of district ... was first team all-region ... selected MVP of Gene Messer Tournament ... made the all-tournament teams at the regional tournament and Frenship Tournament ... first team all-state by Texas Basketball Magazine ... named to Panhandle Plains Super Team ... was all-metro by the Amarillo Globe-News ... team was 2003 state champions and was ranked No. 1 in the nation by USA Today ... was named to the all-tournament team at the state finals ... named the Best All-Around Athlete and Most Athletic at Canyon High ... advanced to regionals in track in the 400 meter relay and the 1600 meter relay ... high school basketball coach was Joe Lombard.

AAU: Played for the West Texas Star Hawks ... was 1999 and 2002 BCI National Champions ... was 2001 AAU 16 and under National Champions ... received the Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame Achievement Award in 2002 ... mother, Betsy Baughman, and David Jackson were her coaches ... a 2002 AAU All-American.

Personal: Kristin Brooke Baughman ... born September 5, 1984 ... daughter of Betsy Baughman and Scott Baughman ... both parents attended West Texas State ... mother played basketball at West Texas State ... mother is a teacher and coach ... has two younger brothers, Jarod and Blake ... cousin of former Lady Raider Jolee Ayers ... while in high school, was a member of the FCA Leadership Team, Art Club, Yearbook, First United Methodist Youth of Canyon and the Texas Association of Future Educators ... hobbies include bowling, working out, coaching youth basketball, hanging out with family and friends, washers, horseshoes and playing with my dog Champ ... majoring in exercise and sport science with minors in health and secondary education ... plans on being a coach.

Year 	GP/GS	Min	FG-A	Pct.	3P-A	Pct.	FT-A	Pct.	Reb./Avg.	A	B	S	Pts./Avg.
03-04	33/0	423	17-61	.279	8-32	.250	14-21	.667	46/1.4	75	6	15	56/1.7
04-05	28/1	295	11-44	.250	5-21	.238	22-27	.815	32/1.1	46	2	9	49/1.8
05-06	29/13	803	39-109	.358	25-64	.391	9-18	.500	54/1.9	69	4	20	112/3.9
Totals	90/14	1521	67-214	.313	38-117	.325	45-66	.681	132/1.5	190	12	44	217/2.4


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