Martha Brinton
Setter 7
Last School
Highland High School
Roster Years


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 Sets K E A Pct. SA BS BA TB Dig Ast. Pts.
1999 8 0 1 4 -.250 1 1 2 3 2 22 3
2000 6 3 2 7 .143 0 0 1 1 3 58 3.5
Totals 14 3 3 11 .000 1 1 3 4 5 80 6.5
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 1999

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.

Sophmore Year 2000

Played in six sets at backup ... had 58 assists, three digs and three kills

Junior Year

Senior Year

Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Redshirted the season

Medical Redshirt Year