Cassie Broadhead Athlete Profile | BYU Touchdownclub

Cassie Broadhead Athlete Profile

#20 Cassie Broadhead

Position: Guard Height: 5-9 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2013-2018 Hometown: Glenville, NY Last School: Scotia Glenville High School

Before BYU

  • Five-year varsity starter in basketball
  • 2013 Tartan of the Year
  • 2013 Spirit Award
  • Team won Foothills Council championship three straight years
  • Four-time NBC Newschannel 13 All-Star
  • Two-time Section II, Class A First Team
  • Four-time leading scorer in Foothills Council
  • Three-time Foothills Council Team MVP
  • Five-time Foothills Council First Team
  • Three-time First Team Large School Times Union All Area
  • Three-time First Team All Area Daily Gazette
  • 2013 First Team All State
  • Two-time Second Team all State (2010, 2012)
  • 2011 Third Team All State
  • 2013 Scholar Athlete Award for Section II
  • 2013 Business Award
  • 2013 Philip Hill Memorial Scholarship for accounting
  • 2013 Outstanding Student Leadership Award for academics, Board of Education
  • All-time career leader at high school in points: 1460; rebounds: 501, assists: 268; steals: 330
  • Played for the Saratoga Sparks AAU basketball club
  • Club team finished second at the 2012 AAU National Championships in Orlando
  • Club team finished ninth at nationals in 2011 and sixth in 2010 


  • Parents are Tim and Nicole Broadhead
  • Has four sisters and one brother
  • Born in Glendale, Arizona

2013-2014 | Redshirt Year

  • Will redshirt the 2013-14 season

2014-2015 | Freshman Year


  • Finished the season with at least three assists in a total of six games and was the assist leader in one game 
  • Recorded career highs in points with 10 in win over SMC at WCC Champs. ... went 5 for 5 from the free throw line
  • Played in 29 games ... the most minutes in league play were 11 in the home loss to Gonzaga
  • Averaged 8.7 minutes per game
  • In the home win vs. Portland where she clinched the win for the Cougars, making both free throws with 1.3 seconds left 
  • Had season bests in assists with four, twice, last vs. Louisville in the NCAA tournament
  • Recorded game highs in blocks with three in the home opener vs. CSUN, the blocks were season highs
  • Grabbed four rebounds for season bests vs. BYU-Hawaii

2015-2016 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in all games averaging 15.8 minutes of playing time
  • Averaged 3.9 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game
  • Had four games in which she scored in double figures 
  • In seven games she dished out at least 3-plus assists
  • Had two games with at least 3 steals
  • Recorded season and career highs in points with 14; in rebounds with six twice; in assists with five; in steals with five 
  • Had season bests in blocks with two
  • Named to the WCC Commissioner's Bronze Honor Roll

2016-2017 | Junior Year

  • 2016-17 WCC Women’s Basketball Player of the Year
  • 2016-17 WCC Women’s Basketball First Team
  • Named WCC Player of the Week on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017
  • Recorded a career high in points with 30 vs. San Diego
  • Scored in double digits in scoring in 30 of the 32 games played, including 14 with 20-plus points 
  • Leads the team and ranks second in WCC in scoring with a 17.9 average
  • Went 10 of 10 from the free throw line at Santa Clara for season and career bests
  • Started in first collegiate game at UVU and all 32 games on the year ...  at UVU scored 17 points for first double figure outing in points of the year and sixth overall ... had career highs in steals with five
  • Was assist leader in 13 games 
  • Ranked second on the team in assists with a 4.4 average
  • Had team’s best free-throw percentage .838 (155-185)
  • Had second most blocks on the team with 26
  • In 24 games dished out at least three assists
  • Finished ranked third nationally in minutes played per game
  • Finished ranked 18th nationally in free throws made; 32nd in free throw attempts; and 48th in free throw percentage
  • Received Female Crowd Pleaser Award at the 2017 Y Awards

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