SOPHOMORE (2014-15) Played in 28 games and started in 13 consecutive games to end the season for the Wildcats, while averaging 4.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per contest (103 for the season)… Ranked second on the team in field goal percentage (.427) and ranked fourth on the team in overall rebounding… Recorded five double-figures scoring games, tallying 12 points at Stanford (1/16) on an efficient 6-of-8 shooting from the field… Totaled 12 points at California (1/18) while shooting 4-of-7 and recording six rebounds… Had a season- high 17 points against Stanford (2/13) shooting 8-of-13 while also tallying five rebounds… Scored 10 points against Colorado (2/17) going 3-for-3 from the field and recorded seven rebounds…Had 11 points in the season finale against UCLA in the Pac-12 Tournament going 7-of-8 from the charity stripe… Led Cats in scoring on two separate occasions (1/16 at Stanford and 2/27 vs. Colorado)…Led UA in rebounding two times on the season both efforts coming in back-to-back contest as she pulled down seven rebounds on 2/27 vs. Colorado followed by an eight-rebound performance on 3/01 vs. Utah…Led the team in steals three separate times (11/30 vs. Toledo, 1/18 at California and 2/22 at UCLA)… She led UA in block two separate times (2/08 vs. Stanford and 3/05 vs. UCLA)…Scored a career-best 17 points while knocking down a career-tying eight shots from the field in Arizona’s upset win over then-ranked No. 12 Stanford on 2/08.
FRESHMAN (2013-14) Started 28 games and played in all 30 in her freshman season…Averaged 6.7 points and 4.0 rebounds for Arizona...Had the team’s third-highest field-goal percentage at .444…Scored a career-high 14 points versus Arkansas Pine-Bluff (12/29) and at Utah (1/26) and had a career-high 11 rebounds versus Texas Tech (12/15).
HIGH SCHOOL Led her team to a state championship her sophomore year and advanced to the semifinals in her senior year…Was named Second Team All-State in her junior year…Was named First Team All-District her sophomore and junior years.
PERSONAL Born Breanna Monet Workman…Daughter of Haywoode Workman and Terri Lindsay…Has one older brother…Plans to pursue pre-physiology at Arizona…Wants to become a physical therapist…Enjoys listening to music, watching movies and shopping in her spare time.
I CHOSE ARIZONA BECAUSE Academics are top notch and the women’s basketball program and the women’s basketball program can help me acquire my goals.