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#01 Brandie Hoskins
Position: Guard
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Dayton, Ohio
High School: Chaminade-Julienne
Brandie Hoskins Biography
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Release: 06/29/2007
  • Video Introduction: Brandie Hoskins

    Three-time All-Big Ten honoree ... named 2006 Big Ten Tournament MVP ... second-team All-Big Ten in 2005 ... led Big Ten in field goal percentage (.596/ 186-312) in 2004-05 ... third-team all-league in 2006 ... member of all-freshman team in 2004 ... selected to 2005 Big Ten All-Tournament Team ... helped USA Basketball Junior Team win gold medal at 2006 World University Games ... ranks in Ohio State all-time Top 5 in career assists ... approaching 500 for career ... became sixth Buckeye to reach 400 career assists vs. Washington Dec. 3, 2006 ... Ranked in Ohio State's Top 15 in career scoring ... approaching 1,500 for her career.

    2006-07 Highlights

  • Scored double digits in 17 of 19 games and has five or more assists in nine games.
  • Season-high 23 points and seven assists in win over Washington (Dec. 3). Added 5 rebounds and three steals.
  • Reached 400 career assists vs. Washington Dec. 3.
  • Ranks No. 5 all-time in assists at Ohio State.
  • Led team with 19 points, four assists vs. Indiana Jan. 25. Also had four rebounds, 2 steals and made 8-13 FG.
  • Made 7-10 FG and scored 18 points at Iowa Dec. 31 ... also had three assists and was 2-2 3-point FG.
  • 20 points in double-overtime win over No. 22 Boston College (Nov. 21)
  • Had 17 points and game-best five assists vs. Minnesota Jan. 4.
  • Posted 10 points, seven rebounds and five assists vs. Illinois Jan. 21.
  • 6-rebound, 7-assist game vs. Northwestern (Jan. 14)
  • Had 15 points, 8 assists and 7 rebounds at Wisconsin (Jan. 18).
  • Had 12 points, four assists and tied a season-best with five rebounds at Penn State Jan. 11.
  • 15 points and five assists vs. Kentucky Jan. 6.
  • 14 points in win at No. 3 Oklahoma Dec. 20.
  • Led all scorers with 18 points vs. Alabama A&M and added three assists.
  • Named to Buckeye Classic all-tournament team after averaging 18 points and seven assists in two-game tournament.
  • Among Big Ten leaders in assists per game.
  • Totaled then-season-highs of 17 points, seven assists and five steals in win over USC (Nov. 19).
  • Totaled 13 points and team-best five assists in win at Army (Nov. 12).
  • Hit season-best two 3-point FG (2-2) vs. Longwood.

    2005-06 • Junior Season
    Named 2006 Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player after averaging 15 points per game in OSU's three-game run to its first league tournament title ... third team All-Big Ten selection by media, honorable mention in coaches' vote ... netted 16 points in 63-60 win over Purdue in Big Ten title game (March 6) ... tied career-high with two 3-point FG in Big Ten final and added four assists ... 15 points vs. Michigan State in Big Ten semis (March 5) ... scored 14 points vs. Penn State in Big Ten quarters (March 3) ... scored 1,000th career point at 3:39 mark of first half at Michigan (Feb. 10) ... started 96 of 97 games in a Buckeye uniform ... scored career-high 25 points in win over Eastern Kentucky (Nov. 21) ... totaled 20 points, three rebounds and three assists vs. Wright State (Feb. 7) ... 19 points to help Buckeyes clinch Big Ten title vs. Purdue (Feb. 23) ... scored all 16 points vs. No. 16 Oklahoma (Jan. 9) in second half, went 7-9 FG in second half (7-13 FG overall) ... also had big second half at Indiana (Feb. 5) with 13 of 17 points in final stanza ... had 14 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists vs. Mich. St. (Feb. 20) ... went 6-9 FG for 12 points vs. Sacred Heart (Dec. 20) ... tied season-high seven rebounds vs. Penn State (Dec. 29) and Michigan State (Feb. 20) ... led all scorers with 20 points in win at USC (Dec. 11), knocked down first two 3-point FG in win ... netted 18 points in win vs. Iowa (Feb. 12), grabbed season-high three steals vs. Hawkeyes ... named Preseason Street & Smith Honorable Mention "Terrific Ten" ... also had 10 assists in EKU victory (Nov. 21) ... 13 points, three ast. in Illinois win (Jan. 29) ... season-high five rebounds vs. Nicholls (Nov. 26) ... led Buckeyes with 16 points vs. Dayton (Nov. 30) ... named to Buckeye Classic All-Tournament Team after 10-point, five-rebound game vs. W. Illinois (Nov. 27).

    2004-05 • Sophomore Season
    Led Buckeyes with a game-high 22 points in NCAA second round win over Maryland ... tied a career high with 10 made field goals and set a personal best with 15 FG attempts against the Terapins ... set career high with eight assists against Holy Cross in the NCAA first round ... named to Big Ten all-tournament team after scoring 37 points and nine assists in two tourney games ... leading scorer for Buckeyes in five games, including career-best 23 points vs. Minnesota in Big Ten tournament semifinal game ... played 42 of 45 minutes in Big Ten semifinal against Minnesota (March 6), scoring 17 of her 23 points in the second half and overtime ... averaged 13.2 points per game ... ranked first in the Big Ten with a .596 shooting percentage from the field in overall games ... second-best shooter in the league during Big Ten contests with a 60.4 shooting mark from the field behind teammate Jessica Davenport ... No. 4 in the Big Ten with a 1.53 assist-to-turnover ratio ... No. 5 among Big Ten players in assists, with a 3.81 average ... shot 42.9 percent from outside the arc ... tallied double-figures in 26-of-34 games played, including the 23 of the last 28 contests ... collected a season-best seven rebounds vs. Penn State Feb. 27 ... marked a season-high seven assists five times this year, the last time against Wisconsin in the Big Ten tournament quarterfinals ... shot a perfect 6-of-6 and 5-of-5 from the free-throw line vs. then-No. 22/24 Arizona (Nov. 17) and vs. Liberty (Jan. 9), respectively ... had flawless 5-of-5 performances from the floor vs. Saint Joseph's (Nov. 14) and at Illinois (Jan. 30).

    2003-04 • Freshman
    Member of the 2004 Big Ten Coaches' All-Freshman Team ... started 26-of-27 games played ... MVP of 2003 Wonder/Hostess Buckeye Classic ... two double-doubles ... ranked third among league leaders with a 1.63 assist-to-turnover ratio ... No. 6 in the Big Ten with 4.1 assists per game ... the ninth-best shooter in the conference with a .524 (121-231) average ... shot .833 (10-of-12) vs. Penn (Dec. 21), which tied her for No. 10 in Ohio State history for the highest field-goal percentage in a game ... led the team in assists (seven) and tied for the most rebounds (six) with classmate Jessica Davenport in the season opener vs. Ohio (Nov. 21) ... shot a perfect 5-for-5 from the free-throw line vs. Ohio ... 17 points (6-of-10), eight assists, as well as personal-best marks for treys made (two) and attempted (three) and rebounds (eight) vs. IUPUI (Dec. 1) ... six assists at Nebraska (Dec. 12) ... nine points (4-of-5), four assists and three rebounds vs. Wright State (Dec. 18) ... career-night vs. Penn (Dec. 21) with 22 points off a 10-of-12 mark from the field in the Buckeye Classic ... added 13 points off a 6-of-10 stroke from the field in first Big Ten game vs. Wisconsin (Jan. 2) ... first double-double of her career with 11 points and a personal-high 10 assists vs. No. 7/8 Penn State (Jan. 25) ... shot 6-of-9 from the field and scored 15 points with five assists, no turnovers and two steals at Iowa (Feb. 5) ... scored eight points and tallied two assists and two steals in 32 minutes at No. 5/6 Purdue (Feb. 8) ... shot 4-for-5 from the field, pulled down five rebounds, dished five assists, earned two steals and had only one turnover vs. Illinois (Feb. 22) ... played one of most solid games at No. 12/12 Minnesota (Feb. 26) with team-high 17 pts., 11 assists and six steals in 39 minutes ... led team for the second consecutive game with 15 points at Wisconsin (Feb. 29) ... also had three assists, no turnovers, one steal and two rebounds vs. the Badgers to end the regular season ... seven assists, eight points, four rebounds and one steal vs. No. 5/6 Purdue (March 7) in the semifinals of the Big Ten tourney.

    Helped United States to the gold medal at the 2005 World University Games in Izmir, Turkey ... started one game in USA's 7-0 showing in the tournament ... averaged 6.7 points per game and ranked third on the team with 14 assists ... shot 18-of-33 from the field at the WUG.

    Chaminade-Julienne High School
    Played in the 2003 McDonald's All-American game in Cleveland ... in 2003, Chaminade-Julienne was ranked No. 16 by USA Today and won the Division II state championships ... averaged 20.0 points, 5.7 boards, 3.4 assists and 3.3 steals an outing for the top-ranked USA Today high school team as a junior ... team was a combined 75-8 during her first three seasons and was the 2002 Division I State Runners-Up ... 2002 Women's Basketball Magazine No. 2 recruit nationally and the No. 9 recruit by Student Sports Magazine ... a member of Street & Smith's All-America second team as a senior and competed on the victorious North Team in USA Basketball's Youth Development Festival ... 2002 Miss Ohio Basketball finalist ... two-time Nike All-American (2001 and `02) ... named the 2002 Southwest District Player of the Year and garnered a first-team all-state selection ... 2000 Honorable Mention All-State and a 2001 and `02 Street & Smith Honorable Mention pick ... part of four national AAU championships teams (16-, 15-, 13- and 11-Under) and was the MVP of the 16-Under AAU Tournament.

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