Brittany Cleveland
Brittany  Cleveland

Highland Village, TX

High School:
Marcus HS



North Texas
Tied with Kendall Juett for eight place all-time with 26 career goals...Has the fourth most game-winning goals (10)...Tied for fourth all-time in games played (85), with Misty Cordon...Sits ninth in assists (15)...Also 10th place all-time in both shots (126) and points (67).

Scored five goals and had four assists...Took 35 shots, 21 of which were shots on goal...Scored the game-winning goal against Middle Tennessee...Also scored a goal in a 2-0 win against Baylor and made the game-tying goal in a win over WKU...Started all 20 games.

Had a breakout season in which she scored 11 goals ... In the victory over Lamar she scored four goals and was the first North Texas player since 2003 to score four goals in a game ... Led the team in game-winning-goals (5) ... Was second on the team in goals (11) and fourth in points (27) and shots (37) ... Scored a goal against UTEP, Northwestern State, Grambling, ULM, FIU, Troy, and South Alabama ... Dished out two assists against ULL ... Started all 23 games.

Selected to All-Sun Belt Tournament Team ... During the tournament, she totaled six points on three goals ... Scored twice against Middle Tennessee and once versus Louisiana-Lafayette ... Finished the year strong, scoring all her points in the last nine games of the season ... Had five goals and one assist, racking up 11 points on the season ... Tied for second on the team in goals (5) ... Scored goals versus Arkansas State and Arkansas-Little Rock during the regular seasonLone assist came against South Alabama ... Started 11 of 20 games ... Fired 26 shots.

Was one of several freshman to see quality time on the field ... Scored a hat trick in 6-1 victory versus Sam Houston State ... Had a goal and an assist against Troy ... Posted only goal for North Texas in 1-0 win versus Denver ... Had three game-winners on the season ... Assisted twice against Western Kentucky ... Dished out an assist in victories versus SMU and Louisiana-Lafayette ... Started 21 of 22 games ... Took 28 shots.

High School/Personal
Awarded first-team all-district and district player of the year honors by Varsity Speed Magazine in 2004 ... Led her team in scoring and was named District 7-5A Forward of the Year in 2003 ... Helped high school team win state championship in 2005 ... Was also named to the second-team all-area team in 2003 along with being named to the all-region team in Class 5A ... Made all-freshman team as a forward in 2002 ... Was a four-year letterman

North Texas Mean Green