Nashville --- After fulfilling the transfer requirements, Briana Morrow will make her debut as a member of the Tennessee State University women’s basketball team.
Morrow, a 5-11 former standout for Jacksonville State, will make her debut on Sunday afternoon when the Lady Tigers host Martin Methodist at home in the Gentry Center.
“I’m very excited about Briana Morrow joining our team,” commented head coach Larry Inman. “She’s a Nashville native that I think the community will be proud to come watch. She brings a wealth of talent as a basketball player and she’s a great young lady with a very promising future. She has the ability to play two or three different positions which will give us more depth and versatility. With her as an addition, it will surely enhance our program.”
The daughter of former TSU Lady Tiger basketball player, Darlene (Crawley) Morrow, Briana transferred mid-way through last season after playing 14 games of her sophomore season at Jacksonville State.
As a freshman, she led JSU in scoring with 11.4 ppg while averaging 7.5 rebounds per outing. She was named to the 2012 Ohio Valley Conference All-Newcomer Team and was tabbed the league’s Freshman of the Week four times. She finished the season ranked third in the OVC in field goal percentage and 14th in scoring.
GETTING TO KNOW BRIANA MORROW