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Brianna Behm

  • position Midfielder
  • height 5-7
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Williamsburg, VA
  • High school Jamestown High School
  • position Midfielder
  • height 5-7
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Williamsburg, VA
  • High school Jamestown High School

Brianna Behm Bio

AWARDS:
Senior Season (2023)
· SEC Preseason Watchlist
· SEC Academic Honor Roll
Junior Season (2022)
· SEC Academic Honor Roll
Sophomore season (2021)
· SEC Academic Honor Roll
Freshman season (2020-21)
· First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll

2023: Made a career-high 18 starts in 19 matches for the Gamecocks…took a career-high 17 shots (fifth-most on team) with three on goal…dished out three assists (second-most on team)…scored the second goal in the 4-0 win over Georgia (Oct. 22) in the last home game of the season…played in a career-high 81 minutes in SEC Tournament game against Texas A&M (Oct. 31)…SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll…

2022: Made appearances in 19 games with a career-high 14 starts…took five shots over the course of the season with one on goal…scored second career and first game-winning goal in SEC Championship game against Alabama, leading to the 1-0 win (Nov. 6)…

2021: Played in 10 games, coming off the bench in nine of those… Played double-digit minutes in eight of those appearances… Earned her first career start against East Carolina (8/26)… Registered her only shots of the season against Charlotte (9/6).

2020-21: Played in seven matches for the Gamecocks in her freshman season… Made most of her appearances in the spring portion of the season for the Garnet and Black, playing in six of her seven matches during the spring… Played a season-high 49 minutes against Elon and a close second of 48 minutes against No. 8 Clemson… Made her South Carolina debut against Missouri, playing six minutes in the 4-1 win… Scored her first collegiate goal against Elon in a 3-0 for Carolina… Registered one shot in four of the final five matches of the season, including one against Montana in the NCAA Tournament… Played a total of 56 minutes in two matches in the NCAA Tournament… Was a part of one of the most offensively productive freshmen classes in Carolina history, aiding the class to score 15 goals during the season, over half of the total goals (29) the team scored during the season.

PRE-COLLEGE: Ranked prospect according to TopDrawerSoccer.com… High School All-American in 2019… Was Regional Player of the Year, Daily Press Player of the Year, Peninsula Player of the Year and State Player of the Year Runner-up in 2019… Two-time First Team All-Conference member… Won Regional Championship in 2019 and is a two-time conference champion with high school squad
• Reached the Virginia state semifinals in 2019… Was named ECNL Player to Watch in 2017, 2018 and 2019… PDP Mid-Atlantic Event participant in 2017 and 2018… Helped her club squad reach the champions league in Seattle in 2018
• Was First Team All-State and First Team All-Region her sophomore and junior year with high school squad… Was on the academic honor roll all four years of high school

PERSONAL: Plans to major in Sports Management and has aspirations of winning an NCAA championship and getting drafted and getting a job as a statistician for a major sports team… Has one sibling, Bryce… Daughter of Darcieand Gary Behm… Great grandpa, Joseph C. Behm, was a movie producer in the 1930s and 1940s producing the Manchurian Candidate staring Frank Sinatra… Grandpa, John Behm, produced the original Wonder Woman movie and the television series Dallas… Uncle Jerry Clary played football at UC Davis, Grandpa Ira Jerry Clary played basketball at Idaho State and Aunt Stacie Arnold played softball at Cuesta College.

Chose the University of South Carolina because: “I chose the University of South Carolina because of the family environment it has. Right when I steppe don campus and met the staff I felt right at home. The energy everyone had really made me believe it would be the perfect fit for me.”