As a Scarlet Knight: Has played in 95 career games with 45 career starts … Ranks sixth all-time in the RU record book with 123 career three-pointers … Ranks third in program history in three-point field goal percentage (.380) … Has 26 double-figure games entering the 2009-10 season … Boasts a .488 field goal percentage (20-of-41) from three-point range in 13 NCAA games … Biological Sciences major.
Junior (2008-09):?Started all 33 games she appeared in during the 2008-09 season, only returning player to do so ... Team second-best 10.2 points per game and 32.6 minutes per game ... Also concluded the year second on the squad in steals (49/1.5 per game) and third in assists (65/2.0 per game) ... Led the Scarlet Knights with 49 three-point field goals ... Made two or more three-point field goals in 16 games ... Shot 38.3 percent from beyond the arc, the sixth-best percentage in a single season in RU history ... Also tied for seventh in the BIG EAST with that stat … Had 15 double-figure scoring games and seven contests in which she scored over 15 points ... Had five or more rebounds in 16 games, averaging 3.2 per game on the year … Collected two or more assists in 24 contests … Shot 40 percent or better from '3' in 14 games … Recorded 15 double-figure scoring games, including four of last five of the year … Led or co-led the team in the scoring column in seven games … Registered team-best 19 points, five rebounds, and two assists on a 7-for-15 shooting night versus Purdue on March 29 in the NCAA Tournament regional semifinals … Tied her season-high, hitting four three-point field goals (4-of-6) in RU's second round NCAA Tournament victory over Auburn on March 23 ... Finished with 12 points and five boards versus the Lady Tigers … Averaged 16.5 points and shot 7-of-14 from three-point range in BIG EAST tournament play against Seton Hall and No. 7 Louisville ... Poured in 17 points, going 4-of-4 from long range versus the Pirates … Chipped in six points, three assists and a steal against Cincinnati on Feb. 24 … Went 2-for-4 from behind the arc, finishing with eight points at Seton Hall on Feb. 18 … Against Pitt on Feb. 10, netted nine points and added six rebounds and four assists … Tallied 16 points against Georgetown on Feb. 7, adding five rebounds … Also had two assists and two steals versus the Hoyas in 47 minutes of action … Had eight points, six rebounds and two assists at No. 1/1 Connecticut on Feb. 3 … Tallied 12 points against USF on Jan. 31 to cap off her third-consecutive double-digit scoring performance … Exploded for a career-high 26 points on 9-of-17 shooting, including four triples, at No. 13/19 Notre Dame on Jan. 27 ... Notched her first career 20-point night at DePaul on Jan. 24, going 8-for-15 from the field, contributing two rebounds and a steal … Dropped 13 points against Marquette on Jan. 18, adding three assists … Averaged 7.7 points, four rebounds and two assists on a three-game road trip at Villanova (Jan. 14), Louisville (Jan. 11) and Syracuse (Jan. 6) … Moved into the Top 10 all-time at RU in three-point field goals made with three triples against Tennessee on Jan. 3 ... Dished out four assists against the Lady Vols … Tied her career-high with eight rebounds and hit a career-best six free throws in RU's win against Army on Dec. 14 in the Maggie Dixon Classic … Scored 13 points in back-to-back contests at home vs. Prairie View A&M (Dec. 11) and Georgia (Dec. 8) … Posted 10 points, seven rebounds and two assists at Temple on Dec. 1 … At Stanford (Nov. 23), went 5-for-9 from the field, including two from beyond the arc, to score 17 points … Opened the season with nine points and two rebounds, adding a steal against St. Joe's (Nov. 14).
Sophomore (2007-08): Saw action in 26 games as a sophomore, making six starts … Logged 19.1 minutes per game … Averaged 5.0 points and 2.3 rebounds per game … Averaged 6.3 points in NCAA Tournament play, including a 5-of-5 shooting performance for a season-high 14 points in RU's first-round win over Robert Morris on March 22 … Four of the five field goals versus Robert Morris were from behind the arc ... Her .357 percentage (45-126) from three-point range ranks 10th on Rutgers' all-time list … Led the team in three-point shooting percentage (.425) and was second in made three-pointers (31) for the season … Tallied three or more three-pointers in a game on six occasions .... Posted four double-digit scoring efforts, totaling 12 for her career … Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds Nov. 28 at Saint Joseph's … Also added season-best four assists versus the Hawks ... Went 3-of-5 from long range on Dec. 8 vs. Army in the Maggie Dixon Classic, totaling 13 points … Played a season-high 36 minutes vs. Army ... Again made a trio of three's Dec. 10 vs. California for 11 points … Collected seven rebounds versus St. John's on Jan. 5 ... On Jan. 8 at Marquette, went 3-of-3 from downtown for nine points ... Had 13 points vs. Syracuse in home closer, going 3-of-5 from three-point land … Also added two steals and two rebounds against the Orange .... Went 3-of-5 combined from long range in final two games of season.
Freshman (2006-07): Saw action in all 36 games with six starts… Averaged 5.3 points, 1.9 rebounds, 1.1 assists per game … Named to All-BIG EAST Freshman Team … Scored in double figures in eight games … Shot .750 from the free throw line on the year, second-best on the team … Drained a team-best 43 three-pointers, the most by a first-year player under C. Vivian Stringer … Connected on at least one three-pointer in 22-of-36 games this season, including multiple triples in 11 games … Commenced the season with a 10-point effort at Georgia … Followed with 14 point showing at Pepperdine, adding three rebounds … Hit the 20-point plateau versus Florida in the Timeout for HIV Classic at Pepperdine on Nov. 18 … Went 6-of-9 from the field, 6-of-7 from behind the arc in the victory over the Lady Gators … Reached double-digit status at DePaul on Dec. 7, scoring 12 points … Also registered three rebounds and two assists versus Blue Demons … Erupted for a then career-best 23 points in triple overtime victory over Ole Miss on Dec. 12 … Played 49 minutes in the victory, draining nine field goals – three of those behind the arc … Also had a career-high three blocks and four rebounds versus Lady Rebels … Registered 14 points and a career-best five rebounds at Old Dominion on Dec. 30 … Had a career-best seven assists at St. John's on Jan. 2 and tied a career-best with five rebounds … Had 10 point in back-to-back games at Seton Hall and versus Georgetown in mid-January … Hit two three-pointers each of those contests and went a combined 4-for-4 from the free throw line … Had six points and three rebounds versus Michigan State on Jan. 28 … Also had six points and another pair of three-pointers in 15 minutes at Connecticut on Feb. 6 … Recorded three points in back-to-back road games, at Syracuse and at Villanova … Scored nine points, going 3-of-5 from long range, in 25 minutes of action versus Michigan State on March 20 … Had six points in 13 minutes versus LSU in NCAA national semifinals on April 1.
High School/Personal: Posted 28 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists per game as a senior at St. Aquinas High School ... Finished her career with 2,122 points and led her team to its first state title ... Averaged nearly 19 points and eight assists per game as a junior ... Named an underclass all-star at the 2004 adidas Top Ten Camp, she was named to the 2005 Class A All-State Second Team and the 2004 Class B All-State First Team ... An all-city selection by the NY?Daily News, she was ranked 42nd by Full Court Press, 44th by Scout.com, 53rd by Blue Star, 60th by Gameball Magazine and the 58th-best point guard by the All Star Girls Report ... Played club ball with the Long?Island Lightning ... Her older brother, Allan, was a standout guard at Villanova (2002-2006) and currently plays professionally overseas ... Full name is Judith Brittany Ray, but prefers to be called Brittany ... Is enrolled at Rutgers College ... Parents are Allan and Larnel Ray ... Also has two younger brothers, Kendrick and Aaron ... Born Feb. 29, 1988.