9 - Brittni Beeman
Brittni Beeman
Height: 5-6
Year: So.
Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
High School: Rancho Buena Vista HS
Position: D

Freshman (2010)
The 2010 Big West Freshman of the Year, Beeman Beeman started 17 of 19 matches and logged 1,477 minutes on the pitch, third most on the team despite sitting out the regular season finale against UC Riverside. Beeman was the second Tiger in three years to earn Freshman of the Year honors, as Kristina Wavomba earned the award in 2008. As the Tigers held opposing offenses at bay, Pacific allowed just two goals all season long to forwards, with Beeman routinely drawing one of the top targets. In the Tigers Big West semifinal against No. 11 UC Irvine, Beeman tallied her first career goal, sending a restart into the box, off a defender and into the net. For the season, she tallied the goal and two assists for four points. She picked up an assist in the Tigers’ 3-0 win over Fullerton on Oct. 10, sending a long outlet pass to senior Kim Hargrave, who headed it home for a 1-0 lead in the 53rd minute. Against UC Davis on Oct. 21, Beeman picked up another helper, setting up Alex Topp’s header in the 11th minute. Both assists led to the eventual game-winning goals in their matches.  

High School
Brittni makes her debut this fall at Pacific after an outstanding career at Rancho Buena Vista High School in Vista, Calif. She was named All-League and All-CIF in addition to High School Athlete of the Year at Rancho Buena Vista HS after her senior season. As the Longhorns’ sweeper, Beeman lettered all four years as a starter on the varsity squad. In three of her four seasons, Brittni and the Longhorns went on to win the Palomar League including the team’s first-ever appearance in the state playoffs. In Beeman’s last three seasons she earned All-Palomar League First Team honors as a defender and was honored with Second Team honors as a freshman. In 2008 as a junior, Brittani was named Player of the Year and also MVP of the Palomar League.

Personal
Born in Oceanside, Calif., Brittni is the daughter of Dan and Grace Beeman. She is a sports medicine major at Pacific and has career plans of becoming a physical therapist. In her free time, she enjoys the beach, shopping and watching movies.