KU Volleyball vs. Texas A&M (Photos by Jeff Jacobsen)
Career Honors 2007: Spartan Invitational All-Tournament Team.
2008: Junior Season
Started 26 of the 27 matches she appeared in... Contributed 1.67 kps and was second on the team with 0.66 bps... Averaged 1.77 kps in Big 12 matches... Finished the year strong averaging 1.89 kps and 0.85 bps in the team's final eight matches... Led the Jayhawks (or tied for team high) in total blocks during seven matches... Hit a .400 or better attack percentage five times including a season-high .600 clip (7K-1E-10TA) versus NC State on Aug. 30... Had two outings with double digit kills - 11 at Colorado on Sept. 17 and 10 at Missouri on Oct. 15... Also dug up a personal-high six balls at Colorado to go along with three solo blocks, which tied a personal best... Recorded a season-high five block assists at Nebraska on Sept. 24... Led KU with nine kills at Kansas State on Nov. 1 and again at No. 4 Texas on Nov. 22, while hitting a .467 attack percentage.
2007: Sophomore Season Started 14 matches and played in 52 games as an outside hitter before being sidelined with a torn ACL ... Averaged 1.05 bpg and added 1.98 kpg on a .256 hitting efficiency prior to her injury ... Averaged 1.69 kpg and 1.00 bpg during the Spartan Invitational and earned all-tournament team honors ... Opened the season with a match-high seven blocks against Cal State Bakersfield on Aug. 24 ... Bested her career mark with three solo blocks against Florida State on Sept. 1 ... Posted a team season-high and career-best .571 hitting percentage (13K-1E-21TA) against Wyoming on Sept. 7 ... Also had a season-high nine blocks versus the Cowgirls, including a career-high eight block assists ... Hit .462 on six kills in 13 attempts with no errors against Kansas State on Sept. 12 ... Led KU with 15 kills and added six blocks in a five-game victory over Missouri on Sept. 19 ... Went up for six more blocks on Sept. 22 playing against Texas Tech.
2006: Freshman Season Strong attacker who had a stellar freshman campaign playing in 96 games for KU ... Started 27 of the 28 matches she appeared in ... Averaged 0.67 bpg (64 total blocks), good for second on the team ... Fourth on the squad with a .196 hitting percentage and 2.27 kpg ... Had six games with double-digit kills ... Recorded at least one kill in each match she appeared in ... Made her first career start against Alabama A&M on Aug. 25 ... Posted nine kills for a .348 hitting percentage and added four block assists against Miami on Aug. 26 ... Had a team-high six total blocks at Alabama Aug. 26 ... Notched 15 kills and three block assists at Temple on Sept. 1 ... Recorded a .474 hitting percentage on 12-for-19 swinging against No. 16 BYU on Sept. 7 ... Blocked a team season four-game high five balls at Texas Tech on Sept. 27 ... Had a season-high .567 hitting percentage on a team-high 19 kills versus Kansas State on Oct. 11 ... Also added four total blocks ... Again led all players with a career-high 20-kill performance (.452 hitting percentage) versus No. 20 Oklahoma on Oct. 25 ... Grounded 13 kills against Texas Tech on Oct. 28 ... Led the Jayhawks with 15 kills versus Missouri on Nov. 18.
High School Played her senior season at the Marist School in Atlanta, Ga., after her family's home in New Orleans, La., was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina ... Coached by Ana Bush and Kendall Webster at Marist ... Came in halfway through the season and helped Marist to a runner-up finish in the Georgia state championship, contributing 1.56 kills per game ... Attended high school in New Orleans her first three and a half years ... Graduated Suma cum Laude ... Played club ball with A5 18 and was coached by Bob Westbrook.
Personal Full name is Brittany Tusha Williams ... Parents are Byron and Tabitha Williams ... Father played football for Morris Brown College for four seasons and served on the staff for one year ... Has a brother, Byron Jr. (B.J.) ... Majoring in economics.