Honors & Awards

  • Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Spring 2022, 2023)
  • Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2020, 2022)
  • IBCA Subway Supreme 15 Underclass All-State (Lawrence North, 2018)
  • Indiana Junior All-Star Team (Lawrence North, 2018)
  • Central Indiana Super Team (Lawrence North, 2018)
  • No. 106 Player in the Nation (Prospects Nation, 2019)

Feature Story - Huskers. Together. (Trinity Brady, 2020)

Senior (2022-23)
Trinity Brady returned to the court to start the 2022-23 season opener for the Huskers after missing all of the 2021-22 season and all but the first two games of 2020-21 with injuries.

Brady started Nebraska's first eight games in 2022-23, before being hit with an elbow and suffering a concussion in the first half of a loss at No. 9 Virginia Tech in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Dec. 1). She did not return after sustaining the injury against the Hokies, missing Nebraska's final 25 games of the season.

She produced a season-high eight points that included three rebounds, two assists and two steals in a career-high 31 minutes in a win over Tarleton (Nov. 22). Brady produced a seven-point, three-rebound effort that included a career-high four assists in a win over Houston Christian (Nov. 11). She added three points, three rebounds, two assists and a career-high two blocks in a season-opening win over Omaha (Nov. 7).

Brady enjoyed a summer of consistent training in 2022. She is a strong communicator, consistent shooter and a solid rebounder.

Junior (2021-22)
Brady did not play during the 2021-22 campaign while continuing to deal with nagging injuries.

She contributed off the court by earning a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. She was also a member of the 2022 Tom Osborne Citizenship Team.

Sophomore (2020-21)
Brady opened her second season at Nebraska as a starter, but an ankle injury suffered in the final minute of a win over Big Sky champion Idaho State (Dec. 6) sidelined her for the rest of the season.

Brady averaged 8.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals in two wins as a starter, but missed the final 24 games of the year.

The 5-11 guard from Indianapolis produced the best game of her career in Nebraska’s 90-61 season-opening win over Oral Roberts (Dec. 4). Brady erupted for a career-high 15 points and a career-best five rebounds while making the first start of her collegiate career. She hit 5-of-7 shots from the field and all three of her three-point attempts against the Golden Eagles.

She added five more rebounds while setting a career high with four steals in a win over Idaho State (Dec. 6).

Freshman (2019-20)
Brady brought strength and versatility to Nebraska’s backcourt as a freshman. One of the top high school players in Indiana in 2017-18,  Brady completed her prep career at Hamilton Heights Christian Academy in Tennessee.

Brady missed Nebraska’s first 10 games as part of the concussion protocol, before making her regular-season debut in the win over Manhattan (Dec. 22). She played in 17 consecutive games before missing the final three games with tendonitis.

Brady played strong defense while recording two points, four rebounds, an assist and a block in 16 minutes off the bench against the Jaspers. She hit the first three-pointer of her career and added two assists and her first career steal in the win over Iowa (Dec. 28). Brady’s three gave Nebraska a 30-27 second-quarter lead, and the Huskers led the rest of the way.

She sparked a 10-0 first-quarter run at Michigan State with two points, two steals and two rebounds to help Nebraska lead for much of the game against the Spartans before falling in OT on New Year’s Eve in East Lansing.

Brady scored a season-high seven points and knocked down a season-best two threes while adding two rebounds in nine minutes off the bench at Rutgers (Jan. 12).

She scored five points in a 10-0 second-quarter run that sparked Nebraska in a rally from a 25-point first-half deficit against No. 18 Indiana (Feb. 9). The Huskers eventually tied the game in the fourth quarter.

Brady scored eight points and had eight rebounds in an exhibition win over Rogers State (Nov. 2). An opponent fell on Brady inside the paint late in the game, contacting her head and shoulder area.  
Before Nebraska
The final piece of Nebraska’s three-player recruiting class, Brady came to Nebraska after completing her senior season at Hamilton Heights Christian Academy in Chattanooga, Tenn. She was ranked as the No. 106 player overall in the 2019 class by Prospects Nation.

The Lady Hawks finished No. 18 in the USA Today Super 25 rankings with a 22-3 record. Hamilton Heights Christian Academy fell to Riverdale Baptist in the NACA Championships.

Brady competed for Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis her first three seasons.

As a junior, Brady averaged 21.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and 4.0 assists to earn a spot on the IBCA Subway Supreme 15 Underclass All-State Team. She was also a member of the Indiana Junior All-Star Team and the Central Indiana Super Team. 

She led Lawrence North to a 20-4 record and produced several huge individual efforts as a junior in 2017-18, including a 38-point performance against Tindley, 30 points in a win over Pike and 28 points against nationally ranked North Central.

As a sophomore, Brady averaged 15 points and 7.5 rebounds per game for Lawrence North, after averaging 7.2 points and 6.0 rebounds as a freshman.

She played her club basketball with the George Hill Lady Stars for coaches Mike Saunders and DeJuan Howard.

Trinity is the daughter of Vincent and Jamie Brady, and she has a younger brother, Vincent II. Trinity majored in communication studies and earned her bachelor's degree from Nebraska in May of 2023. She also claimed a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the spring semesters of 2022 and 2023. She was a member of the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team in 2020 and 2022.  

She had approximately 20 scholarship offers before ultimately choosing Nebraska over Marquette, Dayton and Illinois.

“I fell in love with the atmosphere when I visited. I really liked the warmth of the relationships the coaches had with each other and the players, and I felt like I would fit in great with the team and the community.”

Trinity Brady's Career Bests
Points - 15 vs. Oral Roberts, Dec. 4, 2020 
Rebounds - 5 vs. Oral Roberts, Dec. 4, 2020; 5 vs. Idaho State, Dec. 6, 2020 
Assists - 4 vs. Houston Christian, Nov. 11, 2022 
Steals - 4 vs. Idaho State, Dec. 6, 2020
Blocks - 2 vs. Omaha, Nov. 7, 2022 
FGM - 5 vs. Oral Roberts, Dec. 4, 2020
FGA - 7 vs. Oral Roberts, Dec. 4, 2020 
3FGM - 3 vs. Oral Roberts, Dec. 4, 2020 
3FGA - 4 vs. Omaha, Nov. 7, 2022; 4 vs. Tarleton, Nov. 22, 2022
FTM - 2 Three Times, most recent vs. Tarleton, Nov. 22, 2022
FTA - 4 vs. Oral Roberts, Dec. 4, 2020; 4 vs. Tarleton, Nov. 22, 2022

Brady's Career Statistics

Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. TRB-Avg. PF-D A TO Blk ST Pts-Avg.
2019-20 17-0 9-36 .250 5-21 .238 5-8 .625 18-1.1 8-0 4 6 1 3 28-1.6
2020-21 2-2 6-12 .500 3-5 .600 2-4 .500 10-5.0 5-0 1 2 0 4 17-8.5
2021-22   Did Not Play                        
2022-23 8-8 6-31 .194 6-18 .333 3-8 .375 15-1.9 3-0 11 4 2 6 21-2.6
Career 27-10 21-79 .266 14-44 .318 10-20 .500 43-1.5 16-0 16 12 3 13 66-2.4