Beddow scores the game-winner in OT
LA Tech improves to 12-5-2 on the season and 4-4-1 in C-USA play
LA Tech improves to 11-5-2 on the season and 3-4-1 in C-USA play
LA Tech improves to 10-5-2 on the season and 2-4-1 in C-USA play
LA Tech improves to 10-5-1 on the season and 2-4 in C-USA play
Down 1-0 at halftime, LA Tech scored two second half goals to complete the comeback over Marshall.
Goals by Donya Salomon-Ali and Katie Sloan propelled LA Tech to the first C-USA win of the year, a 2-1 victory over UAB
Middle Tennessee edged LA Tech, 1-0, on a second half goal.
Five Techsters scored in the 7-0 shutout win
Techsters shutout Ragin' Cajuns, 2-0
2013: Played in all 20 games with 19 starts ... Went the distance in 11 matches, playing the second most minutes of any Lady Techster ... Received Team Midfielder of the Year award ... Took a team-high 41 shots, 12 coming on goal ... Netted three goals and tied for the team lead in assists with four for 10 points, second most ... Recorded first goal of the season at ULL (9/6) ... Had the game-winning goal against Grambling State (9/15) ... Credited with first assist of the season versus Southern (9/22) ... Had an assist against Marshall (10/4) for first ever C-USA win ... Took most of the corner kicks on the season, registering an assist off her left foot versus FIU (10/6) ... Assisted on the game-winning goal versus UTEP (10/18) ... Took a season-high five shots and netted a goal off a set piece against Southern Miss (10/20).
2012: Named to LSWA first-team ... Named WAC Freshman of the Year and second team All-WAC by College Sports Madness ... Played in all 21 games while starting 20 of them ... Received Team Freshman of the Year Award ... Led the Lady Techsters in points with 16 on six goals and four assists ... Scored one goal and one assist in her first career game against LSU-Shreveport (8/21) ... Netted a goal versus Louisiana College (8/28) ... Had the game-winning goal against Jackson State (9/14) ... Had the assist to Erica Stewart on the game-winning goal against McNeese State (9/21) ... Earned WAC Defensive Player of the Week in week six after moving to the backline against UT Tyler (9/23) due to an injury to Lindsay Brough ... Played all 100 minutes on that match while scoring the golden goal in the first overtime period with her left foot on her career-high seventh shot of the day ... Credited with an assist in back-to-back wins versus New Mexico State (10/7) and Texas State (10/12) ... Scored the lone goal for the Lady Techsters in conference games against Idaho (10/21) and San Jose State (10/26).
High School: Lettered four years at Carrollton Creekview High School for coach Brian Beddow where she was a three-year captain ... Named 2010 20-4A first-team All-District and 4A Region II All-Region team ... District 9-5A Offensive Player of the Year ... 2009 District 9-5A Newcomer of the year ... Scored 54 goals and credited with 32 assists in her high school career ... Member of FCA.
Personal: Full name is Brittany Nicole Beddow ... Daughter of Brian and Carolyn Beddow and Cindy Garner ... Has one older sister, Brianna, and one younger sister, Paris ... Father, Brian, was an All-American kicker at Hardin-Simmons University ... Born June 12, 1993 in Dallas, Texas.