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Basketball – Girls JV

The vision of the BB&N Girls Basketball Program is to teach young athletes to respect themselves, their peers, and the BB&N community by instilling as code of ethics built on honesty, responsibility, and teamwork. 

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Brianna Smith

Associate Director of Alumni Engagement & Giv
Brianna graduated from BB&N in 2010; whereas a student-athlete, she played four years of Varsity Basketball and captained her senior year and three years of Varsity Softball. She has been working in the Advancement Office for the past five years. Brianna currently serves as the Head coach of the Girls JV Field Hockey and Girls JV Basketball teams. She brings lots of school spirit and enthusiasm. She is dedicated to seeing the team grow and have small and big wins along the way.
Date Opponent Home/Away Result
2/24/24 @ Lawrence Academy Lawrence Academy 41-27 W
2/21/24 @ Thayer Academy Thayer Academy 49-17 W
2/17/24 vs. Pingree School Home 35-21 W
2/14/24 @ Phillips Academy, Andover Phillips Academy, Andover 41-46 L
2/9/24 @ Noble & Greenough School Noble & Greenough School
2/7/24 vs. St. George’s School Home 26-31 L
2/2/24 vs. Governor’s Academy Home 50-11 W
1/31/24 vs. Rivers School Home 28-34 L
1/24/24 vs. Milton Academy Home 30-19 W
1/17/24 @ Groton School Groton School 34-22 W
1/10/24 @ Brooks School Brooks School 38-33 W
12/8/23 vs. Middlesex School Home 32-16 W
12/6/23 @ St. Mark’s School St. Mark's School 40-17 W

The JV Girls Basketball team is looking forward to another successful season after finishing 5-4 in the 2022-23 season. Learning new skills along with live game action in practice will be instrumental in developing the player’s fundamentals throughout the season as well as giving them feedback with results they can relate to immediately. Working on the finer details of the game, and establishing roles in practice and in games will help further them as players as we face a challenging ISL and Prep school schedule this winter.

The coaching staff hopes to see marked improvement each week as the players get comfortable with the system that is teaching them movement away from the ball, proper screens, zone and man pressing, and much more. The coaches are looking forward to seeing each and every player develop as the winter progresses.