2012: Tallied 46 assists, four service aces, 11 digs and one block attack in start versus Louisiana Tech (11/10) ... notched 50 assists, one service ace, eight digs and two block assists in start versus UT Arlington (11/8) ... earned 35 assists, 17 digs and one block assist in start at Idaho (11/3) ... provided 48 assists, one service ace and nine digs in start at New Mexico State (10/29) ... earned one kill, 24 assists and six digs in start at UTSA (10/27) ... tallied 27 assists and seven digs in start at Texas State (10/25) ... recorded 28 assists, one service ace and five digs in start versus Utah State (10/20) ... earned 34 assists, seven digs and one block assist in start versus San Jose State (10/18) ... Earned 34 assists and five digs in start at UT Arlington (10/13) ... tallied 45 assists, two kills, nine digs and one block assist in start during five-set match at Louisiana Tech (10/11) ... earned 55 assists, one service ace,14 digs and one block assist in start during 5 set match versus Idaho (10/5) ... tallied 32 assists, one kill, one ace and three digs at in three sets versus Texas State (9/29) ... recorded two kills, 44 assists, 18 digs and one block assist during start versus UTSA (9/27) ... provided 54 assists, four digs, two kills, and two blocks in start at San Jose State (9/22) ... recorded 60 kills, 14 digs, one kill, and one ace in start at Utah State (9/20) ... tallied 40 assists, 12 digs, three kills, three aces, and one block in start versus Denver (9/15) ... notched 49 assists, six digs, four blocks, and one kill in start versus New Mexico State (9/13) ... earned 61 assists, nine digs, and two blocks in start, five-set win versus Boise State (9/11) ... tallied 30 assists, six digs, two kills, and one ace in start versus Long Beach State (9/8) ... notched 18 assists, four digs, and one ace in start at #7 Washington (9/6) ... earned 25 assists, four digs, and two kills in start against Alabama State (9/1) ... totaled 19 assists and five digs in start at Washington State (8/31) ... notched 48 assists, four digs, and one kill in five-set victory against Weber State (8/31) ... tallied 42 sets and eight digs in start versus Wyoming (8/25) ... notched 21 assists and eight digs in start versus San Francisco (8/25) ... earned 42 assists and seven digs in start versus Eastern Washington (8/24) ... tallied 36 assists and 13 digs in start against Presbyterian (8/24)
2011: Brice played in 10 matches , taking second on the team in assists with 157 ... she also tallied 48 digs, five aces, and five kills ... started against Air Force (9/16), earning 10 sets and three digs ... tallied 43 sets, nine digs, and one kill in five set win over Gonzaga (9/14) ... saw time as a sub versus Fresno State (9/10), notching 11 sets and five digs ... earned 12 sets and eight digs off the bench at Washington (9/8) ... played at Portland (9/6) off bench, tallying nine assists and one dig ... appeared as sub in tight match against CSU Bakersfield (9/4) ... started against Loyola Marymount (9/4), tallying four digs and three kills ... earned fifteen assists, four digs, and four kills, a hitting percentage of .800, in start at Oregon (9/2) ... tallied 27 assists and seven digs off bench at Portland State (8/31) ... made first appearance of 2011 versus Washington State (8/27), notching 27 assists and seven digs.
2010: Brice redshirted the 2010 season and did not play.
Troy HS: Brice led the Warriors to four straight appearances in the CIF-SS Division II A playoffs, including advancing to the semifinals in both 2008 and 2009. A three-time all-league performer, she earned first team All-CIF SS honors as well as honorable mention All-Orange County recognition in 2009. Brice was also team captain in 2007 and 2008, a three-time scholar-athlete, and MVP of the 2007 Whittier Classic and of the Freeway League in 2009.
Club Volleyball: Playing first for TCA before moving on to Goldenwest, Brice has competed in the Junior Olympic Nationals, helping the Goldenwest-17 team win a silver medal at the 2009 competition. In 2008, she was chosen by SCVA High Performance to compete with a team made up mostly of college athletes in a tournament in Croatia, earning a gold medal in the Instra Division.
Personal: Brice is the oldest daughter of Russ and Linda Brice, and she has two younger sisters (Nikki, Krysti). Born December 12, 1991, she is majoring in communication studies.