Brooke Boyce Humbert Athlete Profile

#9 Brooke Boyce Humbert

Brooke Boyce Humbert
Position: Pitcher Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 2003-2006 Hometown: Rocklin, CA


Parents are Kevin and Julie...played at Del Campo High School...married to Mark Humbert.

Before BYU

2002 Pitcher of the Year...2002 League Co-MVP...2002 Sacramento Bee First Team All City...2002 Optomist All-Star...CIF Woman Athlete of the Year...Four-time All-League selection...Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award...Four-time Principal's Honor Roll...ASA Team finished fourth at Nationals in 2001, 2002...Team Captain in Basketball.


Has posted winning seasons in each of her first three years at BYU...could set all-time pitching records her senior season...a strong right-handed pitcher who brings a presence to the mound that strengthens the pitching staff.

2003 | Freshman Year

Voted Team Defensive Player of the Year...led the Cougars in wins (12), ERA (2.31), appearances (35), innings pitched (106.0), saves (2), and strikeouts (62)...named Mountain West Conference Pitcher of the Week on April 8...Academic All-Conference...Cougar Club Scholar Athlete Award.

2004 | Sophomore Year

Appeared in 31 games while starting in 22...led the team with a low 1.73 ERA...posted 13 wins and 61 strikeouts in 137.2 innings on the mound...recorded two saves and six shutout performances...earned her first All-MWC citation...after taking a line drive to the face, she made a remarkable recovery returning to the pitching rotation after only three games.

2005 | Junior Year

Had a stellar junior season going 8-4 while posting a 3.57 ERA...recorded the third no-hitter in BYU history pacing the Cougars to a 3-0 victory over Kansas...ranks second all-time in wins (33) and innings pitched (314.1) among BYU pitchers.

2006 | Senior Year

Appeared in 25 games, starting seven...led BYU pitchers in winning percentage posting a .778 mark in nine decisions...pitched a three-hit shutout against Middle Tennessee State...combined with teammate Summer Tobias on two other shutouts...led team in relief appearances with 18...pitched complete games in four of the seven games she started...a 2005 BYU Scholar Athlete.