Bria Hartley
American basketball player
Bria Hartley
Bria Hartley is an American basketball player at the University of Connecticut. She played on the USA Basketball U18 team, where she helped the team win the gold medal and qualify for the 2011 FIBA U19 Women's World Championship.
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No. 1 UConn trounces SMU to stay unbeaten
Fox News - about 3 years
Storrs, CT (SportsNetwork.com) - Bria Hartley paced five Connecticut starters in double figures with 21 points as the top-ranked Huskies kept their unblemished record intact with a 102-41 domination of SMU at Gampel Pavilion.Connecticut (23-0, 11-0 AAC) scored the game's first 19 points and was never threatened at any stage during the rout
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Hartley, Stewart fuel UConn's rout of Rutgers
Fox News - about 3 years
Piscataway, NJ (SportsNetwork.com) - Bria Hartley poured in 30 points, Breanna Stewart added 23 with nine rebounds and No
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UConn Women Take on Temple in Bridgeport
Blogs.Courant.com - about 3 years
UConn took on the Temple Owls at Webster Bank Arena Saturday afternoon. Bria Hartley led all scorers with 19 points and Kiah Stokes pulled down 18 rebounds. The Huskies improved to 17-0 before heading to Texas for Monday’s game against Baylor. –  Bridgeport, CT – 01/11/14  - UConn’s Breanna Stewart battles Temple’s Natasha Thames for a loose ball during the first half of Saturday’s contest at Webster Bank Arena. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com VIEW MORE     
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Preseason Women's All-America List
Fox News - over 3 years
The Associated Press' 2013-14 preseason women's All-America team, with school, height, year and votes from a 40-member national media panel (key 2012-13 statistics in parentheses): Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford, 6-3, senior, 36 votes (22.4 ppg, 12.9 rpg, 58.6 fg pct., 77.6 ft pct) Odyssey Sims, Baylor, 5-9, senior, 34 votes (12.9 ppg, 5.8 apg, 2.8 steals, 83.2 ft pct) Alyssa Thomas, Maryland, 6-2, senior, 23 (18.8 ppg, 10.3 rpg, 5.3 apg, 76.5 ft pct) Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Connecticut, junior, 20 (17.6 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 49.2 3pt pct; 89.5 ft pct) Breanna Stewart, Connecticut, sophomore, 19 (13.8 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 2.1 bpg, 50.8 fg pct) Others receiving votes (alphabetical): Natalie Achonwa, Notre Dame; Stefanie Dolson, Connecticut; Chelsea Gray, Duke; Bria Hartley, Connecticut; Maggie Lucas, Penn State; Kayla McBride, Notre Dame; Shoni Schimmel, Louisville; Meighan Simmons, Tennessee; Elizabeth Williams, Duke.
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UConn Heading To Title Game
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
NEW ORLEANS — Breanna Stewart had all the answers to help UConn finally vanquish Notre Dame. The stellar freshman scored a career-high 29 points to go with four blocks and was seemingly everywhere in leading the Huskies back to the national championship game with an 83-65 win over Notre Dame on Sunday night. The Huskies will face Louisville in the title game Tuesday night, and it will be an all-Big East affair after the Cardinals rallied to beat California 64-57 in the other semifinal. UConn will be going for its eighth national championship to match Tennessee for the most in women's basketball history. No team has dominated Geno Auriemma's Huskies the way that the Irish had over the past few seasons. UConn (34-4) had lost the previous two national semifinals to the Irish and dropped three thrilling games this season to their rival. Stewart and her teammates wouldn't let it happen again, ending the brilliant career of Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins. She fin ...
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Hartley scores 16 points to lead No. 3 UConn women to 72-58 win over No. 15 Louisville
Fox News - about 4 years
Bria Hartley showed no ill effects from an ankle injury, playing one of her best games of the season.
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Faris, Stewart carry UConn over Georgetown
Fox News - about 4 years
Kelly Faris scored 15 points, and Breanna Stewart totaled 12 points and 13 rebounds, as third-ranked Connecticut blew out Georgetown, 75-48, at McDonough Arena.Stefanie Dolson added 13 points, while Bria Hartley scored 12 for the Huskies (13-1, 1-1 Big East), who suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday against Notre Dame at Gampel Pavilion
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UCONN WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Huskies visit Texas A&M
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
UCONN WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Huskies visit Texas A&M COLLEGE STATION, Texas — As the weeks turned into days and Moriah Jefferson’s opportunity to return to her native Texas drew near, the UConn freshman point guard couldn’t help but wonder if her beloved phone would survive. Jefferson watched the volume of text messages increase from friends back home all reaching out to see if Jefferson had a ticket or two to spare. Jefferson, who is polite to a fault when she is away from the court, admitted that there can a time when she simply had to start to deliver the bad news in the days leading into the second-ranked Huskies game at Texas A&M today (2:30 p.m., ESPN2). While she may not be able to accommodate all the ticket requests, the mercurial guard from Glenn Heights definitely is hoping she and her teammates can put on a show in the first game the Huskies have played at College Station. Four of the Aggies’ seven freshmen were Jefferson’s teammates with the D ...
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Preseason Women's All-America List
Fox News - over 4 years
The Associated Press' 2012-13 preseason women's All-America team, with school, height, year and votes from a 40-member national media panel (key 2011-12 statistics in parentheses): Brittney Griner, Baylor, 6-8, senior, 40 votes (23.2 ppg, 9.5 rpg, 60.9 fg pct, 80.0 ft pct, 5.2 blocks) Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame, 5-9, senior, 40 (16.8 ppg, 5.7 apg, 3.3 rpg, 50.0 fg pct, 2.6 steals) Elena Delle Donne, Delaware, 6-5, senior 40 (28.1 ppg, 10.3 rpg, 52.0 fg pct, 88.9 ft pct, 2.6 blocks) Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford, 6-3, junior, 23 (15.0 ppg, 10.1 rpg, 58.3 fg pct.) Odyssey Sims, Baylor, 5-9, junior, 19 (14.9 ppg, 4.4 apg, 3.0 steals, 83.0 ft pct) Alyssa Thomas, Maryland, 6-2, junior, 19 (17.2 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 3.2 apg, 80.0 ft pct) Others receiving votes (alphabetical): Jerica Coley, Florida International; Angel Goodrich, Kansas; Bria Hartley, Connecticut; Tayler Hill, Ohio State; Jordan Hooper, Nebraska; M ...
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UCONN WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Bria Hartley to represent U.S. at FIBA 3x3 World Cup
Yahoo News - over 4 years
When Bria Hartley shared the stage with fellow WBCA/State Farm All-Americans Skylar Diggins, Chiney Ogwumike and Alyssa Thomas in late March, the UConn rising junior guard had no idea that she would be teaming up with that talented trio just a few months later.
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Women’s Final Four – UConn Bounced Again
Blogs.Courant.com - almost 5 years
When I heard I would be covering the UConn women’s basketball team during the post season I was excited at the prospect of them making it to the Final Four. For selfish reasons I was looking forward to hooking up with my brother Jeff who has lived in Denver for 22 years and I haven’t been able to visit him as often as I would like. We would get together every other year to do a little skiing but I haven’t strapped my boards to my feet in a couple years now. I also have former colleagues from the Hartford Courant living in Boulder and Golden and really wanted to see them as well. Sunset heading to Boulder Saturday night to meet with Michael Kodas and Carolyn Moreau for dinner. Shot with iPhone 3s using Instagram app. Inside the Pepsi Center the court awaits for  teams to compete for the national title and 30,000 fans cheering on Baylor, Stamford, Notre Dame and the University of Connecticut. Fans lined the concourse to wait for a chance to get an autograph for the Huskies, some ...
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Finding their Mojo
Blogs.Courant.com - almost 5 years
The UConn women got down to business at the XL Center Tuesday night.  They brought their fighting game to defeat the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, 63-54, to win the Big East championship, their fifth consecutive title and 18th overall.  After a four-loss season and coming into the tournament as the third seed (13-3, Big East) they finally jelled as a team to defeat their nemesis who had beat them in their last three meetings, starting with last year’s heartbreaking national semi-final when Notre Dame eliminated the Huskies, 72-63.  The last straw was on February 27, when they lost 72-59 at the XL Center.  But Tuesday, they came out with energy and confidence and didn’t flinch when Notre Dame fought back.  They made head coach Geno Auriemma proud, finally playing the game “his way.” Bria Hartley leads the team onto the court before the Big East Championship game. They wore their road uniforms and sat on the visitors bench, something they are unaccustomed to, since they were the third ...
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Terrific 25 Class of 2014 rankings - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
14 Bria Hartley (Connecticut), and No. 16 Suriya McGuire (Miami) with No. 4 Jordin Canada (Los Angeles/Windward), No. 8 Recee' Caldwell (San Antonio, Texas/LB Johnson/Baylor), No. 12 Mikayla Venson (Arlington, Va./Yorktown), No
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Kelly Faris Speaks Italian (Well, Sort Of) - Hartford Courant (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
"It helps to be with players who have played with each other during the summer [Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Stef Dolson and Bria Hartley played for USA Basketball's U19 team], but at the same time it's a completely different team we're on and those players
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UConn Women's Basketball Team Concludes Play In Italy - Hartford Courant
Google News - over 5 years
Bria Hartley has struggled shooting on the trip but has run the point in solid fashion and tonight was no exception. Hartley dished-out nine assists and committed only four turnovers while scoring 10 points and recording four steals
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UConn Women's Basketball Team Concludes Play In Italy - Hartford Courant
Google News - over 5 years
Bria Hartley has struggled shooting on the trip but has run the point in solid fashion and tonight was no exception. Hartley dished-out nine assists and committed only four turnovers while scoring 10 points and recording four steals
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Wade Watch List Includes Three UConn Players: Dolson, Hartley, Hayes - Hartford Courant
Google News - over 5 years
Here's the release from UConn: ATLANTA- University of Connecticut women's basketball standouts Stefanie Dolson, Bria Hartley and Tiffany Hayes have each earned a spot on the 2011-12 Preseason Wade Watch as announced by the Women's Basketball Coaches
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Freshman leads 5 Huskies in double digits in win - Norwich Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
Bria Hartley had 16 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and five steals, and Brianna Banks and Stonington grad Heather Buck each scored 11 points. The Huskies finish their four-game Italian tour Wednesday with a game against the Nigerian national team
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Regional Digest: UConn Loses Women's Soccer Opener - Hartford Courant
Google News - over 5 years
Junior Tiffany Hayes had 14 points, freshman Brianna Banks 11 and sophomore Bria Hartley 10 as UConn won its second game in two days. Josh Reese is leaving his position as Northwest Catholic athletic director to pursue "a business opportunity in the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Bria Hartley
    TWENTIES
  • 2016
    Age 23
    Hartley is going to miss the remainder of the 2016 season as she is pregnant with her first child.
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  • 2014
    Age 21
    Hartley started in her second game of the season as she had team high 15 points and dished out 5 assists vs Indiana Fever on May 23, 2014.
    More Details Hide Details On June 1, 2014,in the triple-overtime game vs the Los Angeles Sparks, the UConn duo of Hartley and Dolson combined for 34 points coming off the bench and Hartley scored her first 20-point game. On June 24, 2014 vs Seattle Storm Hartley scored career high 26 points going 11-16 from the floor including 4-6 from three point range. She suffered a broken left middle finger in a game against the Seattle Storm in a loss.
    She helped lead her team to an undefeated 40-0 season and won the 2014 National Championship, and was named to the 2014 NCAA Final Four All-Tournament team for the second-straight year, after averaging 14.7 points per game while dishing out 3.9 assists and burying a team-high tying 13 three-point field goals in UConn's six victories and was later inducted into the Huskies of Honor on senior night.
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  • 2013
    Age 20
    Hartley, along with teammate Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, were two of the twelve players selected to be on the team representing the USA at the World University Games held in Kazan, Russia in July 2013.
    More Details Hide Details The team, coached by Sherri Coale, won the opening four games easily, scoring in triple digits in each game, and winning by 30 or more points in each case. After winning the quarterfinal game against Sweden, they faced Australia in the semifinal. The USA team opened up as much as a 17 point in the fourth quarter of the game but the Australian team fought back and took a one-point lead in the final minute. Crystal Bradford scored a basket with 134 seconds left in the game to secure a 79–78 victory. The gold medal opponent was Russia, but the USA team never trailed, and won 90–71 to win the gold medal and the World University games Championship. Hartley was the leading scorer for the team, averaging 13.5 points per game. She had 20 assists and nine steals, both second only to Odyssey Sims.
    She earned a reputation for playing her best in big games and was selected to the All-NCAA Tournament Team in 2013 and 2014, the NCAA Tournament All-Regional Team in 2011 and 2014 and to the All-Conference Tournament team in 2011, 2012 and 2014.
    More Details Hide Details Source Hartley was drafted seventh overall in the 2014 WNBA Draft by Seattle Storm then later traded to the Washington Mystics who drafted UConn teammate Stefanie Dolson.
    Hartley helped her team win the 2013 National Championship, and was named to the 2013 NCAA Final Four All-Tournament team.
    More Details Hide Details In her final year at UConn, she had an amazing senior year as she was a candidate for the Nancy Lieberman Award as the nation best point guard. She played and started in all 40 games, scoring in double-figures in all but four contests, second on the team at 16.2 points per game and 4.3 assists per game. Hartley scored at least 20 points 12 times and notched a season-high 30 points on 11-15 shooting, including 6-8 from deep, in the win at Rutgers and scored at least 20 points in a career-high four-straight games from February 22 - March 1. Hartley was named to American Athletic All-Conference Tournament team after averaging 15.8 points and 4. rebounds per game while dishing-out a team-best 20 assists against only eight turnovers over three contests.
    Hartley played point guard for the UConn women's basketball team, and won back to back national championships in 2013 and 2014.
    More Details Hide Details Hartley started playing basketball at a very young age, and honed her game in her driveway, playing against two older brothers. They pushed her around, but she credits that for making her tougher. Hartley attended North Babylon High School in North Babylon, New York. Hartley began playing with North Babylon's varsity squad as an eighth grader. Hartley was a four-year starter at North Babylon High School, where the Bulldogs had a combined record of 81-13 and a record of 46-1 in the league play. During her junior year, she averaged 21 points, 7.4 rebounds, 7.2 assists, 6. steals and 4.7 blocks per game and was named to the Parade All-America list. As a senior, she had five triple doubles, and averaged 30 points, 8.3 rebounds 7.4 assists, 5.9 steals and 5. blocks per game, and lead her team all the way to the title game, where Hartley poured in 51 points, but it wasn't enough to overcome a balanced attack by Sachem East.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2011
    Age 18
    In 2011, Hartley was selected to be on the USA basketball U19 team at the U19 World Championship, held in Puerto Montt, Chile.
    More Details Hide Details The USA won their first five games, but then came up short, losing to Canada 64–52. They were still qualified for the medal round, and played France in the quarterfinal. The USA was down by as much as 13 points early in the game, but took a lead with just over a minute to go in the game and ended up with the win 70–64. The USA took an early lead in the semi-final against Brazil, and went on to win to qualify for the gold medal game. The final game was against Spain, which the USA won 69–46. Hartley was the second leading scorer on the team, averaging 11.1 points per game, just behind Breanna Stewart’s 11.2 points per game. She led the team in steal with 17, to help the USA to an 8–1 record and the gold medal in the Championship game.
    Hartley's stellar sophomore season landed her a spot on the 2011-12 All-BIG EAST First Team and the 2011-12 All-BIG EAST Tournament Team.
    More Details Hide Details Hartley earned her spot on the Huskies wall of fame by being one of 10 candidates named to the WBCA/State Farm All American team. Hartley struggled in her junior year at UConn. She missed the first two games of the season due to an ankle injury. She had career lows in minutes played, points, rebounds, field goal percentage, 3-point percentage and free throw percentage. She played in 37 games and earned a starting assignment on 28 occasions. She was fifth on the team in scoring at 9.2 points per game and second on the squad with 136 assists and finished third on the team with 53 steals. During the NCAA tournament she performed a lot better by scoring in double-figures in all of UConn's final three games, including a 15-point, four-assist performance in the National Semifinal win over Notre Dame.
  • 2010
    Age 17
    The USA team was one of eight teams from North, South and Central America, along with the Caribbean, invited to participate in the 2010 FIBA Americas U18 Championship.For Women, held at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The top finishing team qualify for the 2011 FIBA U19 Women's World Championship.
    More Details Hide Details The team was coached by Jennifer Rizzotti, a former point guard for Connecticut, who helped teach Hartley how to "be a leader". Rizzotti noted her improvement over the course of the event, especially in decision-making. The opening exhibition match was against Canada, won by the USA team 58–39. Hartley had ten points, three assists and four steals. In the opening round game against Argentina, Hartley was a double digit scorer, helping the USA to a 91–32 victory. In the next game against Brazil, Hartley played a role setting the opening tempo, as she scored eight points as part of a 13–2 early run. Hartley would end up with 14 points, second leading scorer in the victory over Brazil. The USA won the following game easily against Puerto Rico 108–44, then beat Chile in the semi-final match up 98–28. The gold medal game was a rematch against Brazil, which the USA won 81–38. Hartley was the second leading scorer for the team with 10.6 points per game.
    Freshmen rarely start at UConn, but Caroline Doty, expected to be a starting guard for the team, suffered an ACL injury in August 2010 which kept her out of the lineup for the entire season.
    More Details Hide Details With limited options, Hartley started and played a total of 1,209 minutes, the most ever by a UConn freshman. She had only one point with 3:56 remaining in the 65-64 victory over No. 2 Baylor (Nov. 16) but connected on a 3-pointer at 3:56 to tie the game at 58. Then converted on a putback on UConn's next possession and hit another 3-pointer at the 2:09 mark to give the Huskies a lead for good. She was named the Big East Freshman of the year, and earned a spot on the Big East all tournament team. Bria Hartley continued her stellar play in sophomore year. Hartley played and started all 38 games in 2011-2012 season. She was second in assists with 3.7 per game, third in scoring with 14 points per game and third in steals with 70 while shooting 46.5 percent from the field. During her sophomore year she became known for performing well against top teams in the country. She tallied 28 double-figure performances and five 20-plus games on the season including two 25 points game against top seeds Baylor and Notre Dame. Hartley was named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament after turning in 18 points and seven grabs against Notre Dame in the BIG EAST Final. She was the 15th Husky all-time and only the fourth UConn sophomore all-time to be honored on the squad and is seventh on UConn's chart for most points (533) and assists (140) by a sophomore.
    She participated in the 2010 WBCA High School All-America Game, where she scored 19 points.
    More Details Hide Details Hartley was selected to the McDonald's All-America team and participated in the All-Star game, scoring 17 points for the East team.
    She was named the New York Newsday's Long Island Player of the Year and New York's Miss Basketball in 2010 by the New York Basketball Coaches Association.
    More Details Hide Details Hartley amassed 1,978 points in five varsity seasons. In addition to basketball, she also participated in soccer and lacrosse. She earned a Suffolk County Legislature proclamation for high academic achievement, community service and excellence in basketball. Before her final season began at North Babylon High School, Hartley committed to the University of Connecticut over offers from Duke University, University of Kentucky, University of Tennessee, Georgetown University, University of North Carolina, and the University of Louisville. Stanford University also expressed strong interest. Hartley was a two-time New York's Gatorade Player of the Year. Hartley was named a WBCA All-American.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1992
    Born
    Born on September 30, 1992.
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