#22 Brook Bekendam
Pos: G
Height: 5-8
Year: SR
Major: Liberal Studies
Parents: Tim & Suzanne
Birthday: 11/9
Hometown: Orland, CA
High School: Champion Christian
2010-11: One of only two seniors on the squad, she brings a wealth of knowledge of the system and valuable experience…may assume a different role this year because of her involvement in volleyball…known for her lockdown defense, she is also one of the top rebounding guards in the GSAC…hitting the open shot will earn her more playing time. 

2009-10: Earning a starting spot out of training camp, the hard-working junior was in the lineup for the first 17 games…saw her playing time diminish over the final quarter of the campaign, but was still a valuable contributor…tallied career-highs of four three-pointers and 16 points vs. Lambuth of Tennessee on 11/21/09…had three other double-figure outings, including a 10-point performance vs. Azusa Pacific on 12/1/09 when she also grabbed seven rebounds and had two assists…one of the top rebounding guards in the GSAC, she grabbed three or more rebounds 14 times, including another seven-rebound effort vs. Union of Tennessee on 11/20/09…handed out five assists vs. William Jessup on 12/5/09. 

2008-09: Taking advantage of increased court time, the second-year player developed into a dependable contributor with career-highs in nearly every category…scored a career-best 11 points twice…the second time came in a GSAC Tournament opening-round loss to Westmont on 3/4/09 when she may have played the best game of her young career, going 6-6 from the line and yanking down six rebounds…pulled down a career-high seven rebounds against Dominican on 11/15/08.

2007-08: Played in 24 games in her first year of collegiate ball and made two starts…posted season-highs of nine points and three rebounds vs. William Jessup on 11/9/07…recorded a season-high four steals against Dominican on 11/2/07.

Champion Christian HS: Played three years for Coach Mike Pena and led the Mustangs to a combined 63-22 record, including a remarkable 31-3 in league play…in her first varsity campaign (2004-05), she averaged 8.2ppg and was named All-Pioneer League as the Mustangs earned a league title and won the CIF North Section Division VI Championship…a year later as a junior, she upped her numbers to 10.6ppg and 3.6rpg, earning All-North Valley League honors…made it three consecutive all-league selections in 2006-07 when she went for 14.4ppg and 5.7rpg…named All-CIF Northern Section and was inducted into the Chico Sports Hall of Fame.