Brittni LaGeorge - Women's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Brittni LaGeorge

Director • Student Services (Women's Basketball and Volleyball)

Britni LaGeorge is director of student services at Vanderbilt, working primarily with the Commodore women’s basketball and volleyball programs in her current role.

A former bowling student-athlete for the Dores, she returned to the school after serving as an admissions advisor at DeVry University.

As a Commodore, LaGeorge (née Hamilton) was a three-time first-team All-American and was named the NCAA Freshman of the Year in 2009. In addition to helping Vandy to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances—highlighted by a runner-up finish when she was a junior—she was the first student-athlete in program history to bowl a 300 game and earned all-tournament honors on 16 occasions during her collegiate career. She also competed for Team USA and Junior Team USA and was the USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championship winner in 2011.

After graduating with a degree in human & organizational development, LaGeorge would go on to add a master’s degree in sports administration from Fairleigh Dickinson. She is also on the United State Bowling Congress Board of Directors.