Freshman Season (2013-2014): Played in 16 games during her first year with the Rebels ... Scored seven points and grabbed eight rebounds with a block in the season opener against Jacksonville State (Nov. 8) ... Recorded her first double-double playing a career-high 25 minutes against Austin Peay (Dec. 30) with 13 points and 10 rebounds, also career bests ... Recorded two blocks at Missouri (Feb. 27) ... Scored four points with four boards in 16 minutes in a win against Auburn (Mar. 2) to end the regular season.
High School: Attended Bay High School, averaging 14 points and 10 rebounds per game as a senior for the Lady Tigers ... Led her high school team to a Class 4A state title with a 36-0 record and helped her team become the first team in South Mississippi to finish unbeaten in a season in 25 years ... Scored 15 points in the Class 4A title game against Pontotoc ... Named to the 2012-13 Clarion-Ledger Girls Dandy Dozen basketball team. ... As a junior, played for Poplarville High School where she averaged 12.8 points, 10 rebounds and 6.7 blocks per game ... Started for the Lady Hornets of Poplarville during the first three years of her high school career.
Off The Court: Full name is Bretta Keyunta Lasha Hart ... Born on December 15, 1994 ... Daughter of Britt Hart and Belinda Alexander.
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