Brittany was a four-year letterman on the Braves women’s basketball team, and also earned a letter for her one year of participation in track and field. During Brittany’s four years on the basketball team, OU compiled a record of 87-41, won three KCAC Tournament Championships and earned three bids to the NAIA National Tournament, advancing to the Sweet 16 her senior year. In four seasons, she posted career averages of 10.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.8 steals per game. She earned All-KCAC Honorable Mention honors her sophomore year, was named 1st-Team All KCAC her junior year and was 1st-Team All-KCAC, All-KCAC Defensive Team and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention as a senior. She is in the Top 10 for several school records, including scoring (5th, 1,332), assists (3rd, 367), steals (3rd, 235), field goals made (6th, 463) and three-point goals made (1st, 289).
Parents – Tony & Nyra Broyles
Brothers – Shane Egner, David Broyles and Ian Broyles
Sister – Erica (Broyles) Simmons and husband, Wes, and nieces Bridget, Emerson, & Aubree
Nephews – Winston Broyles (Ian’s son) & Dominiq Egner (Shane’s son)
Aunt – Martha Berman
Cousin – Kim Donahoo
Current/Past Business, Profession or Occupation:
Brittany is currently a buyer analyst for Kalmar Global in Ottawa, Kan. Previously, she served as an assistant coach for OU’s women’s basketball team from 2009-2012. From 2007-2009, Brittany was a mutual fund accountant for Waddell & Reed.
Current/Past Community Involvement:
Brittany served for five years, from 2012-2016, as a volunteer assistant coach for the women’s basketball team at Ottawa University.