Honors & Awards
- 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)
The final piece of Nebraska’s three-player recruiting class, Trinity 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 the season No. 18 in the final USA Today Super 25 rankings with a 22-3 overall 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.
Nebraska Coach Amy Williams said Brady’s skill, work ethic and high basketball IQ could make her a strong contributor to the future of the Husker program.
“We are thrilled that Trinity Brady will be joining the Nebraska women’s basketball family and living out her dream to play in the Big Ten Conference,” Williams said. “She spends a great deal of time in the gym working on her game, and it shows in her skill level. She is dangerous with the ball in her hands and can score comfortably at all three levels. Her size and strength combined with her basketball IQ, make her a valuable addition for our program.”
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, an she has a younger brother, Vincent II.
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.”