Born April 2, 1980, in Tacoma, Wash. ... Parents are Michael and Ann ... High school teammate Deka Dewitt played for Washington State and Jeanne Autrice for Boise State ... Enjoys skiing, basketball and softball ... Also recruited by Regis, Montana and Oklahoma State ... Graduated from high school with a 3.6 grade point average … Majoring in sociology.
Three-year letterwinner who will battle for a starting spot at the forward position … Played on the Washington State Select Team in both 2000 and 2001. 2000 (Junior) – Played 14 games, all in a reserve role … Scored one goal, the team’s third tally in a 3-1 victory at San Francisco (Sept. 1) … Attempted 17 shots … Tallied the lone goal for the varsity in a 1-1 exhibition tie against the Alumni (Sept. 30). 1999 (Sophomore) – Played 13 games, starting two of them … Drew starting assignments against top-ranked Santa Clara and San Jose State … Attempted five shots, but did not score. 1998 (Freshman) — Played in 19 of 20 contests, missing only the Connecticut game ... A dynamo off the bench who scored three goals on only 11 shots ... Twice scored goals within minutes of entering the game ... Tallied a goal one minute before halftime against USC after entering the game three minutes earlier ... Entered the game late in the first half at Arizona and scored just seven seconds before halftime ... Scored two goals, including the game-winner, in the Huskies’ 3-2 win over USC ... Got the game-winning assist, on Jana Wilson’s goal, during a 3-1 victory at Rutgers ... Her seven total points tied for fifth on the team.
FIFE HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered three seasons as a center midfielder and one as a forward ... A first team all-league selection three straight seasons from her sophomore to senior season ... Named the Pierce County League MVP after scoring 25 goals her senior season ... Also voted an all-area selection and the Best Offensive Player her senior year ... Named second-team all-league her freshman year ... Led Fife to a league championship and three trips to the Washington state prep championships.
COACH GALLIMORE ON BREWER
“Gina will be battling for playing time up front. She’s not going to run past people, but she holds the ball well and has a good first touch. She has a dynamic shot and is outstanding in the air. It’s just a matter of getting her into spaces where she can get the ball from people. Once she does get the ball, she is phenomenal. She’s very effective in the penalty box with her head around the goal. She is a good finisher and has a great first touch. She can do some damage offensively when she’s in.”
GINA BREWER’S CAREER STATISTICS
Year G/GS Shots Goals Assists Points GWG GWA
1998 19 / 0 11 3 1 7 1 1
1999 13 / 2 5 0 0 0 0 0
2000 14 / 0 17 1 0 2 0 0
Totals 46 / 2 33 4 1 9 1 1