|High School:||Lyman Hall|
2002-03: Gingras saw action in 17 games at point guard and started 11...Named team captain for the 2003-04 season...Missed 10 games due to a thumb injury...Connected on 14 of 33 three-point attempts (.424)...Recorded a season-high and team game-high 20 points at Army on 12/10...Had a season-high four steals in the victory over Lafayette on 11/30...Dished out a season-high six assists versus Brown on 1/18...Had 12 points, five assists and four rebounds at Fairleigh Dickinson on 12/30.
2001-02: Gingras started all 27 games at point guard...Had five double figure scoring games, including a season-high 13-point performance against Columbia on 1/11...Posted seven games with 5+ assists....Nine games with 3+ steals, including a career-high 5 on 2/2 versus Harvard...Handed out seven assists against Central Connecticut on 11/29...Had her best game against Columbia on 2/16 with 11 points, eight assists and five steals.
2000-01: Gingras played in more games than any of the freshmen...An excellent shooter, she established herself as one of the top three-point shooters on the team...She finished fifth on the team in scoring (5.8 ppg) and tied for third in assists with 25...Gingras had four double-digit games, including a 17-point performance against Brown.
At Lyman Hall: Gingras was a four-year letterwinner and captain of the basketball team as a senior...Led her team to a league championship last season and became the school's leading all-time scorer with 1,209 points...Earned all-league, all-state, all-area and all-county honors her senior year as well as being named the team MVP for the fourth year...Also a two-time captain of the field hockey team.
Personal: Brynn is the daughter of Mark and Christine Gingras. Born on May 12, 1982, she has one older sister, Margaux.