CAREER: One of the Panthers' top defensive players...started 51 of 52 career games...scored one goal and five assists as a defender..registered 37 shots in three seasons...named a Big East Academic All-Star.
2005: Started 17 of 18 games as a defender...recorded the most points of her career (3)... led team in assists (3), including a single game career high (2) against Rutgers (Oct. 2)...also registered an assist vs. USF (Oct.7).
2004: Intrical part of a Pitt defense that registered five shoutouts...started all 17 games...registered her first assist as a Panther in the 4-1 win against cross-town rival Duquesne (Sept. 3)...added one more assist on the season in the 1-1 double overtime tie vs. Syracuse (Oct. 1)...recorded 11 shots on the season.
2003: In just her first season, Brill emerged as a key contributor in the Panthers' defense as she started all 17 games in 2003...helped lead Pittsburgh to its lowest season goals against-average in school history (1.32)...anchored a Panthers defense that limited top-ranked Notre Dame (3.67 goals per game) to just one goal...tallied 14 shots on year...recorded first career goal in the Panthers' 5-1 win over Jacksonville (Sept. 1)...named a 2003-04 Big East Academic All-Star.
HIGH SCHOOL: Finished her career at Penn Manor High School with 32 goals and 18 assists...led Penn Manor to the district playoffs three consecutive years...named an NSCAA/adidas high school All-America...four-time all-star, 2003 league MVP and All-State nominee...member of the Lanco United team and 2003 State Cup champions FC Delco...recipient of the Penn Manor All-Around 2002-03 Female Athlete, Academic Excellence Award and The Ditlow Award for character...four-time district swimming qualifier.
PERSONAL: Born August 4, 1985...daughter of Scott Brill and Dawn Brill-Cooper...has one brother and two sisters...sister Leah competed in gymnastics at the University of Maryland...majors in administration of justice.
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