Brenna Chase Drollinger
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Last School
Roster Years

Before BYU

  • Four-year letterwinner in basketball
  • 2016 Front Range Player of the Year
  • 2016 BOCO Player of the Year
  • 2015-16 All-State 5A First Team
  • Team was 2015 5A state champion
  • MVP all-star game 2015-16
  • 2014-15 5A First Team Front Range League
  • 2014-15 First Team All-Conference
  • 2012-13 All-Conference Second Team
  • 2011-12 All-Conference Honorable Mention
  • 1000-point scorer in high school
  • Two-time USJN Battle oat the Border All-Star Team (2013, 2011)
  • In 2014, played on U17 team that won the 2014 USJN/Nike National Tournament
  • Played on U17 team that won the Blue Star National Championship in 2014
  • Named to the 2014 Blue Star Nationals All-Tournament Team
  • Four-time Academic All-State
  • Holds high school record in 400 meter dash in track and field
  • Named 2016 MVP at BOCO track championships
  • Played on the Boulder Rockies basketball club team


  • Married to Max Drollinger
  • Parents are Andrew and Susie Chase
  • Has two siblings
  • Born in Colorado
  • Sister plays basketball and mom is a basketball coach
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2016-2017

  • Named to the 2016-17 WCC Women’s Basketball All Freshman Team
  • Finished freshman campaign with season highs in points (11), in rebounds (3), in assists (4), in steals (3) and in blocks (2) 
  • Played in all games averaging 3.8 points, 0.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists and .81 steals per game
  • Played 11 minutes at UVU, her first collegiate game ... had one assist

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Sophmore Year 2017-2018

  • Named to the 2017-18 WCC Women's Basketball First Team
  • Finished the year with a total of 24 games with double figures in points, including five with 20-plus points
  • Tallied season and career highs in points (25) at SCU on 2/8/18 and rebounds (7) vs. SCU on 1/31/8
  • Dished out year and career highs in assists with seven vs. PEP on 2/15/18, while recording at least three assists in a total of 18 games
  • Picked up season and career high in steals with five, last at SCU on 2/15/18, while getting at least three steals in 12 games on the year
  • Scored at least three 3-pointers in 11 games on the year, finishing with a total of 69 treys
  • Was the scoring leader in three games and in eight contest led the way in assists
  • Concluded the year averaging 13.5 points, 2.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.4 steals per game while starting in every game
  • Finished the season as the second leading scorer, ranked second in assists and minutes played and was the team’s steals leader with a 2.4 average
  • Shot .387 (147-380) from the field, .313 (42-134) from 3-point land and .652 (43-66) from the free-throw line
  • In the WCC, ended the year ranked first in 3-point field goals made, third in steals, fifth in assist/turnover ratio, seventh in minutes played, 10th in scoring and 14th in assists


Junior Year 2018-2019

  • Co-Team Captain
  • Nationally, ranked 38th in minutes played; 43rd in 3-pointers made per game and 45th in total 3-pointers made
  • Played the most minutes on the team with  36.1 average, had the team's third-best free-throw percentage at .667 (32-48)
  • Had 25 games with at least three assists and 13 games with at least three steals, ranked second in assists and had 13 games where she had the most assists, led the way in steals with 2.2 average, 
  • Recorded 23 games with double-digit scoring, ranked third in scoring with 12.8 average, scored a total of 422 points 
  • Tied for game- and career-highs in points 25 vs. GON at WCC on 3/12/19, shot 7 of 12 from behind the arc, game-high 3 steals, played 40 min.
  • In the WCC, ranked first in 3-point field goal percentage, in 3-point field goals made & in minutes played, third in steals, fourth in assist/turnover ratio, ninth in assists, tied in 14th in blocked shots and ranked15th in scoring
  • Named to the 2018-19 WCC Women's Basketball First Team
  • Named WCC Player of the Week on Feb. 18
  • Picked up 1st career double-double from a team-best 17 points & a game-high 10 assists vs. EWU, the assists are new career highs
Senior Year 2019-2020

  • Recorded 17 games with double-digit points including 2 with 20+points and finished her career with a total of 67 games with double-figure scoring
  • Was the scoring leader in six games on the year, finishing her career with 18 games as the points leader
  • Had 23 games with 3+plus assists for a total of 71 games while dishing out a career-high 384 assists that places her in 11th place all-time
  • In nine games recorded 3+steals for a career total of 36 contest with at least three steals and concluded career with a total of 223 steals for a ninth-place ranking all-time at BYU
  • With eight points vs. Utah on Nov. 29, 2019, became 30th BYU player to reach 1,000
  • With 1,304 total points, finished ranked 19th all-time at BYU in career points
  • Finished her career playing in a total of 124 games which puts her in 12th place all-time
  • Concluded her career in fifth place all-time in total 3-pointers with 244
  • Averaged 12.2 points per game for second on the team and 15th in the conference; was the team’s assists (4.3) and steals (1.8) leader and with those averages placed fifth and eighth place respectively in the WCC; led the WCC in minutes played with a 36.6 average while ranking second in 3-point field goals made (2.2) and fifth in assist/turnover ratio
  • Named to the 2020 WCC Women’s Basketball First Team
  • Named to 2019-20 Preseason All-WCC Team
  • Named to All-Tournament Team at Maui Jim Maui Classic, scored 28 points, totaled 8 assists, 10 rebounds
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year