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Martha Brinton Athlete Profile

#7 Martha Brinton

Martha Brinton
Position: Setter Height: 5-10 Roster Years: 1998-2000 Hometown: Highland, UT Last School: Highland High School


High School: Highland Major: History Teaching Parents: Ralph and Evyonna Brinton Family: Three brothers and two sisters Hobbies: Rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking, collecting art work and children's books, cooking, skiing (snow and water). Academic Honors: Five-year Honor Roll and Citizenship Roll, four time National Honor Society member. Favorite Movie: Pride and Prejudice Favorite Singer: James Taylor Non Sports Heroes: My family Most Influential Person in Sports Career: My father, he is my biggest fan and personal coach. Biggest Sport Thrill: Winning back-to-back state championships. Favorite Parts of the Game: Working hard to open the hitters up and finding a huge hole in the block.

Before BYU

Highland H.S. Freshman of the Year ... two-year team MVP ... four-year All-Region II ... two year all-state ... Salt Lake Tribune Prep of the Week ... Utah state recordholder for assists in a match (55) ... also played basketball, All-State honors in softball. Club: Led Elite Utah Juniors to 1997 Region title and the national runner-up spot in the Club Division and her Klub Boom squad to the 1998 region championship and a top-24 finish in the Open Division ... Klub Boom went undefeated in the Intermountain Region ... 1997 All-Region selection.


Year  GP  K  E  A    Pct.  SA  SE  RE  BS  BA  TB  BE  Dig  Ast.
1999 8 0 1 4 -.250 1 1 0 1 2 3 2 2 22
Total 8 0 1 4 -.250 1 1 0 1 2 3 2 2 22

1999 | Freshman Year

Saw limited action playing setter behind All-American Anna-Lena Smith ... played in seven matches and had 22 assists ... had a career-high eight assists and a service ace in one game against New Mexico ... averaged 2.75 assists/game ... averaged 0.12 service aces/game.