2016 Inductee
Brittany Henderson

Brittany Henderson

Brittany joined Los Angeles Pierce College right before her sophomore year coming from the basketball team of California State Los Angeles. Brittany played alongside her sister, Tiffany, and while at Pierce for one season, Brittany averaged 22.4 points and 20.7 rebounds, with a game high of 33 rebounds and a total of 696 points for the season.

Brittany was named MVP of the Western State Conference and received Second Team All-State Honors and was a Womenís Basketball Coaches Association Junior College All-American. Pierce ended the season with the record of 25-6.

Brittany went on to finish her collegiate career at The Masterís College in Santa Clarita and was named a 2010 National Christian College All-American.

Once Brittany graduated from the Masterís College, her coaching career began at Reseda High School as she became the Girlsí Varsity Head Coach between 2011-2014 seasons. She coached younger sister Ahlisha and coached with father, Jerome Henderson, and sister, Tiffany. In 2013, Reseda High School won the Los Angeles Division 3 City Championship and Brittany was named 2013 Los Angeles City Girlsí Basketball Coach of the Year. The team ended the season with a record of 23-5.

In 2014, Brittany returned to alma mater to Pierce College pursuing her interest in Broadcasting/Radio and hosted a radio show on the schoolís station, KPCRadio.com, called Beyond the Game.

She now plans to pursue her Masterís Degree in Mass Communication in 2017.