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Alexis Brewer

#2 Alexis Brewer

G | So. | 5-9 | Buffalo, Ky. | Bardstown HS

2016-17 (Sophomore)

  • Academic All-Big 12 Second Team
  • Tallied 201 points (5.3 ppg), 72 rebounds (2.3 rpg), 58 assists (1.9 apg) and 19 steals (0.6 spg) in 32 games played
  • Reached double-figure scoring a personal-best six times
  • Led West Virginia and ranked second in the Big 12 with a 42.2 three-point field goal percentage (35-of-83)
  • Her 42.2 three-point field goal percentage ranks fourth all-time for a sophomore at WVU and 10th all-time in program history
  • Made a career-best seven free throws and finished with 12 points in the win over Ole Miss in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge (Dec. 4)
  • Scored a career-high 16 points and grabbed a personal-best five rebounds in the win over Longwood (Dec. 17)
  • Missed three games due to injury from Dec. 29 to Jan. 4
  • Returned from injury to connect on 6-of-10 from the field and 3-of-6 from three-point range and finish with 15 points in WVU’s 83-73 victory over No. 20/24-ranked Oklahoma (Jan. 8)
  • Finished a perfect 6-of-6 and tallied nine points in 30 minutes in a double-overtime setback at Oklahoma (Feb. 7)
  • Dished out a career-best six assists against Elon in the NCAA Championship First Round (March 17)
  • Went perfect from the free throw line eight times during the season
  • Grabbed five rebounds three times: Charleston Southern (Nov. 12), USC Upstate (Dec. 10) and Longwood (Dec. 17)
  • Collected two steals on four different occasions: High Point (Nov. 27), USC Upstate (Dec. 10), Longwood (Dec. 17) and Texas (March 5)

2015-16 (Freshman)

  • Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team
  • Finished her rookie season with 132 points (3.9 ppg), 34 rebounds (1.0 rpg) and 25 assists (0.7 apg)
  • Led all Mountaineer freshmen with a 42.9 (39-of-91) field goal percentage and ranked second on the team with a 38.3 (23-of-60) three-point field goal percentage
  • Scored a team-high 14 points and made 6-of-7 (85.7%) from the field in her collegiate debut versus Delaware State (Nov. 14)
  • Connected on five free throws in wins over Grand Canyon (Nov. 24) and Fairleigh Dickinson (Dec. 6)
  • Scored eight points and grabbed a season-high five rebounds vs. Morehead State (Dec. 2)
  • Snatched two or more steals in victories over Fairleigh Dickinson (Dec. 6), Kansas (Jan. 6) and TCU (Feb. 24)
  • Missed the Marshall game (Dec. 13) due to medical precaution
  • Dished out four assists win wins over Coppin State (Dec. 16) and Kansas State (Jan. 6)
  • Made two or more three-pointers in seven contests, including two in the win over Indiana (Dec. 27)
  • Netted nine points, including two triples at Baylor (Jan. 12)
  • Made three field goals, finishing with nine points at Texas (Feb. 21)
  • Nailed a three-pointer in eight minutes of action at Ohio State in the NCAA Championship Second Round (March 20)

High School

  • Rated as one of the top 12 prospects in Kentucky by Rick Bolus’ Basketball Recruiting Service
  • Served as a captain all four years with her first three at LaRue County and senior year at Bardstown
  • Scored 611 points and pulled in 203 rebounds for Bardstown
  • Averaged 21.1 points and 7.0 rebounds to lead the Lady Tigers to a 21-9 record
  • Shot 41 percent from the field, knocked down 39 percent from three-point range and connected on 81 percent of her free throw attempts during her senior campaign
  • Named a finalist for Kentucky Miss Basketball
  • Tabbed the Region 5 Co-Player of the Year
  • Honored as a Kentucky All-State First Team Basketball selection
  • Nominated for the Kentucky Gatorade Player of the Year and the McDonald’s All-American team
  • Participated in the Kentucky-Indiana and Kentucky-Ohio All-Star games
  • Tallied 2,258 points and grabbed 760 rebounds to help in her career at LaRue County
  • Guided the Hawks to a runner-up finish in their region
  • Posted a record 44 points in a region tournament game against North Hardin
  • Played AAU basketball with Kentucky Premier, helping the team reach the semifinals of the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL) Nationals

Personal

  • Daughter of James “Boo” and Debbie Brewer
  • Birthday is January 23
  • Has two brothers and one sister
  • Enrolled in undergraduate studies
  • Her father, James “Boo” Brewer, played collegiate basketball at Louisville from 1988-93 and then played professionally overseas 
  • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll
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Totals 66110616.810024740.55814340.67510670.8191061.6117286827313335.0
2016Fr3437611.1399142.9236038.3314470.59341.041125245121323.9
2017So3273022.86115639.1358342.2446271.010722.376161582192016.3

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