#9 Brittney Bisaillon
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lakefield, MN
High School: Jackson County
Experience: 2 Letters
Career stats Career stats


Brittney finished her four-year career at Weber State in 2008...She is Weber State’s and the Big Sky Conference’s all-time leader in career total blocks and career block assists...She appeared in 124 career matches and ranks in the WSU career top ten in nine categories.  


2008 (Senior)

Brittney started all 34 matches and played in all 135 sets for the Wildcats during her senior season, one of four Wildcats to appear in all 135 sets...Played in every set in each of her junior and senior seasons and missed just one set in each of her final three seasons...Served as Co-Captain for the Wildcats during the 2008 season, along with fellow senior, and first cousin Leah Burmeister...Finished her career as Weber State’s and the Big Sky Conference’s all-time leader in career total blocks...Recorded 657 career total blocks, breaking the record set by Lisa Couch of Portland State with 636 blocks in 1985...Finished her career with 580 career block assists, also a Weber State and Big Sky record...Is WSU’s career leader in total blocks by 168 blocks...Also has 153 more block assists than the second place player in WSU history...Ranks seventh in Weber State history with 77 career solo blocks...Has the second best career hitting percentage in school history at .305...Tied Burmeister with 124 career matches, the seventh most in WSU history, and appeared in 474 sets, tied for the third most in school history...Finished her career with 1,125 career kills, ranking ninth in school history in the category...Also ranks tied for tenth in career aces with 101 and tenth in career attacks with 2,710...During the 2008 season Brittney led the Big Sky in hitting percentage and total blocks...Was named to the Big Sky All-Conference First Team, becoming just the seventh player in school history to be named to the First Team...Averaged 1.32 blocks per set during the season, best in the Big Sky...Averaged 1.35 blocks per set in Big Sky matches...Had a season-high of ten blocks in WSU’s win over Northern Colorado October 10...Posted a hitting percentage of .349, which led the conference and ranked as the fourth best percentage in WSU single-season history...Hit .366 in Big Sky matches...Hit a season-best of .593 in WSU’s win over UTEP September 13...Averaged 2.76 kills per set, second best on the team, and the eighth best in the Big Sky...Had 22 matches of ten or more kills, giving her 50 for her career...Tied her career-high with 18 kills in WSU’s win over UTEP...Was named Big Sky Player of the Week three times during the season, the first Wildcat to ever earn the award three times during the same season...Has four career Big Sky Player of the Week honors, the most in Weber State history...Was named Tournament MVP of the Gonzaga Classic after leading the Wildcats to the tournament title...Was also named to the All-Tournament Team of the Arizona Wildcat Classic.


2007 (Junior)

Brittney started all 29 matches and was one of just three players that played in every game during the season...She was named to the Big Sky All-Conference Second Team for the first time in her career...Finished the year fourth in the Big Sky in blocks with an average of 1.35 per game...Posted 153 total blocks during the season, the eighth best in Weber State single-season history...She now has three spots on the single-season top ten list...Totaled 17 solo blocks and 136 block assists, the sixth most block assists in a season in WSU history...Ranked third in the conference in hitting percentage at .317, the fourth best hitting percentage in a season in school history...Averaged 2.57 kills per game and posted a career-best 290 kills during the season, the third most kills on the WSU squad...Posted double-digits in kills in 15 matches this season and has now done so in 28 career matches...Posted a career-high 18 kills in WSU’s win at Idaho State on September 21...Recorded a career-high of 17 blocks in Weber State’s 3-2 win at Sacramento State on November 2...In that match she had 16 block assists, a school record for most block assists in a match...The 17 total blocks is the second most ever in a match in school history...She also recorded 16 kills in the match for her second double-double of the season and the fourth of her career...For performance that we she was named the Big Sky Co-Player of the Week...Was named to the All-Tournament Team of the North Florida Labor Day Classic, after helping Weber State win three matches at the tournament.


2006 (Sophomore)

Brittney appeared in all 33 matches as a sophomore for the Wildcats and was the only player that started every match...Played in 119 of 120 games, the most games played by any player during the season...Finished third in the Big Sky in blocks with an average of 1.41 blocks per game. Finished the season with 168 total blocks, the fifth most in Weber State single-season history and had 146 block assists, the second most ever in a season...Had season-highs of 10 blocks in a match twice during the season, vs. IPFW and Portland State...Had 223 kills for an average of 1.87 per game and hit .226 on the season...Had double digits in kills in six matches during the season, including three of the last five matches...Tied a season-high with 14 kills and hit .545 November 2 in Weber State’s 3-1 win over Idaho State...Was second on the WSU team in aces with 27.


2005 (Freshman)

Was one of the top freshmen in the Big Sky...Was one of two Wildcats to earn Big Sky All-Conference Honorable Mention honors...Was one of the top blockers in the Big Sky and in the nation...Played in 28 matches during the year and saw action in 107 games...Had 158 total blocks on the year for an average of 1.48 per game, second best in the Big Sky, and in the top 25 in the nation in blocks...Her total of 158 blocks is the sixth most total blocks in WSU single-season history...Had 144 block assists, the second most in WSU single-season history...Had double-figures in blocks four times during the year...Also had a hitting percentage of .310, the fifth best hitting percentage in any season...Ranked sixth in the Big Sky in hitting percentage...Averaged 2.23 kills per game and had a career-high of 16 twice during the year...Had two double-doubles.


Jackson County High School

Graduated from Jackson County Central High School in Lakefield, Minnesota...Was named All-Area Player of the Year as a senior...Earned First Team All-State honors and was named Team MVP.



Born November 27, 1986 in Worthington, Minnesota...Parents are Mike and Donna Bisaillon...Is the cousin of fellow WSU senior Leah Burmeister...Leah's mother and Brittney's mother are identical twins...Has one younger brother Brock, age 19...Nicknames are Britt, Bizmarkee, and Candles...Has a 29 inch vertical leap...Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.




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