2013-14 (Redshirt - Freshman)
Rollerson appeared in all 34 games for the Bluejays during her freshman campaign, scoring 152 points and shooting 60 % from the field ... Brianna delivered two points, four rebounds, a steal, a block and an assist in her first game at Drake on Nov. 8 ... Rollerson had a breakout performance in Creighton’s 65-55 win over Houston, notching 10 points and seven rebounds on
Nov. 23 ... She continued to fill the bucket, with 10 more points on 5-of-7 from the field in Creighton’s 63-48 win over South Dakota ... Brianna nabbed six rebounds and led the team with three steals as well as two blocks at #18 Oklahoma on Dec. 1 ... Rollerson reached double-figures for the third time in her career with 10 points and four steals in Creighton’s 56-52 loss to Clemson on Dec. 20 ... Brianna raised her career-high to 14 points in just 12 minutes of action against Xavier on Jan. 15 as she was 7-of-9 from the field (77%) ... Rollerson posted her first career double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, the first Creighton double-double by a freshman since 2010, in the Bluejays’ 83-64 win over Marquette on Jan. 25 ... Continuing her impressive freshman campaign, Rollerson swatted down a career-high four blocks and notched six points in the Bluejays’ 85-64 win over Providence on Feb. 15.
Rollerson used her redshirt option during the 2012-13 season.
Central High School
Rollerson led Central to the Class A Nebraska State Championship in 2011-12 ... A four-year letterwinner for the Eagles, Rollerson nailed the game-winning free throw in the closing seconds to secure Central’s state title ... She finished her senior season with 379 points .... In her four-year career, Rollerson notched 1,101 points and 775 rebounds ... A two-time Class A All-State First Team honoree by the Omaha World-Herald, Rollerson shot a combined .581 from the field in her high school career (461-of-793) ... Rollerson was the Eagles team-captain as a senior and also played in the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star game in July 2012 ... Off the court, Rollerson was involved in the orchestra and also earned a spot on the honor roll.