#15 Brinae Alexander


Height 5-10
Class Freshman
Position Forward
Hometown Murfreesboro, Tenn.
High School Riverdale

As a Sophomore (2019-20)
•Played and started in seven games
•Missed remainder of season due to injury
•Led team in scoring and made threes prior to injury
•Finished with 94 points (13.4 per game), 10 steals and five assists
•Shot 38-of-76 (.500) from the field, including 12-of-33 (.364) from three-point range
•Scored in double figures in first six games (injured in first quarter of seventh game)
•Led team with 17 points on 7-of-14 shooting, including three 3’s and four rebounds in win over Furman (Nov. 22)
•Led team with 17 points on 7-of-13 shooting (3-of-6 from three) and three steals in win over Saint Louis (Nov. 17)
•Season-best 20 points, four steals and three assists in season-opening win over Jacksonville State (Nov. 5)
•First Commodore in eight years with at least 20 points and four steals in a game

As a Freshman (2018-2019)
•SEC All-Freshman team
•Started in 10 games for the Commodores
•Missed nine games in the middle of the season due to injury
•Averaged 9.6 points and 4.0 rebounds per game
•Shot .402 from the field and .345 from beyond the arc
•Collected a career high 24 points at Texas A&M on January 31

The Alexander File
•Product of Riverdale High School in Nashville, Tenn.
•Led Riverdale to third straight Tennessee AAA state championship title and No. 1 national ranking by USA Today
•Averaged 16 points/game and six rebounds/game as a senior, helping the Lady Warriors to 36-1 record and state title
•Averaged 12.6 points/game and 5.8 rebounds/game in Riverdale’s 34-0 season
•All-State honors as sophomore, junior and senior
•Division 7-AAA Athlete of the Year and
•Tennessee Class AAA Miss Basketball finalist
•McDonald’s All-American nominee
•No. 51 overall prospect and No. 14 guard in the 2018 class according to ESPN HoopGurlz
•33rd-ranked overall prospect by espnW
•Daughter of Brian Alexander and Stephanie Davis
•Two siblings: Brianne and Tonie Davis