SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011)
Became a regular in the Tech lineup during sophomore season ... appeared in 22 total matches while making six starts ... inserted more as a defensive specialist instead of her natural position at setter ... totaled 126 digs on the season, the most for any non-regular starting player ... really shined during Big 12 play as 104 of those digs came against conference opponents ... all six of her starts came during league play ... also totaled 57 assists on the year ... had a season-high 23 assists Sept. 9 against Grambling State ... match marked the only one that Karlyn Meyers did not lead Tech in the category ... also posted 11 assists in Tech's earlier match against Grambling on Aug. 27 ... set a new career high at the time with 13 digs in Tech's five-set loss to Texas A&M ... later had 19 digs over four sets at Kansas State ... had double-digit dig numbers in four of five contests beginning with that A&M match on Oct. 19 ... appeared in all but two Big 12 matches ... had eight or more digs in eight conference matches as well ... also totaled 12 aces on the year, fifth-most on the squad ... had two or more aces in four matches, including a career-high three against Grambling State in the Louisiana Tech Invitational ... finished with two total kills as well.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2010)
Played well in only her freshman season ... spent the year as Tech's backup setter but also saw action as a defensive specialist ... appeared in 15 matches while making eight starts ... made two starts at setter to open Big 12 play ... averaged 9.17 assists per set during those matches ... all her other starts have come as a defensive specialist ... saw first collegiate action against Ole Miss, totaling 10 assists and six digs in the match ... did not play against UTSA but won family bragging rights as Tech defeated the Roadrunners in five sets ... her sister, Elise, plays at UTSA ... was one of Tech's better defenders in the Colorado State Tournament as she posted seven digs against both the host Rams and Northeastern ... made her first career start at setter against Missouri ... posted her first career double-double against the Tigers, finishing with 32 assists and 11 digs ... also added a season-high three blocks against Mizzou ... received the starting nod the following match against Kansas State where she recorded 23 assists ... her other double-digit assist match of the year came against Baylor where she played two sets and earned 11 assists ... recorded nine assists at 11th-ranked Texas ... finished the year playing at Colorado and Baylor ... scooped up eight digs against the Bears.
COLUMBUS HIGH SCHOOL
Highly versatile player coming from a successful prep career at Columbus High School ... named the District 25-3A MVP from her setter position in 2007 ... also earned the honor in 2009 ... was an All-State selection in 2008 and 2009 by the Texas Girls' Coaches Association ... team finished the 2009 season 38-3, falling in the regional championship round ... was an all-around athlete as she also played key roles on the school's basketball and softball teams ... named to the All-District team at three different positions in softball (pitcher, outfield, and first base) ... in basketball, she was named the district's Newcomer of the Year in 2007 ... followed up with second team All-District honors in 2008 and first team accolades in 2009 ... named to the Academic All-District all four years throughout high school ... high school coach: Rhonda Magness.
Played for the TexStar volleyball club.
Brandy Kay Huskey ... born March 15, 1992, to parents Keith and Rhonda Huskey ... has two sisters, Elise and Cheyenne ... sister Elise currently plays volleyball at UTSA ... mother and father both competed in collegiate athletics ... father at University of St. Thomas and mother at Texas Woman's University ... relative Clayton Weishunn played for the New England Patriots of the NFL from 1982-86 ... hopes to become a high school trainer or coach ... majoring in General Liberal Arts.
CAREER HIGHS Kills: 2, vs. Northeastern, 9/11/10 Total Attacks: 5, several times, last vs. Kansas State, 9/18/10 Hitting Percentage (Min. 5 Kills): None Assists: 32, vs. Missouri, 9/15/10 Service Aces: 3, vs. Grambling State, 9/9/11 Digs: 19, at Kansas State, 11/19/11 Solo Blocks: None Block Assists: 3, vs. Missouri, 9/15/10 Total Blocks: 3, vs. Missouri, 9/15/10